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GRTV is excited to announce the studio switchover to LED lighting is complete! We've replaced 15 halogen studio lights with 8 LED Elation TVL3000's. These new lights are 70Watts total power consumption at full output, whereas the halogens used 1000Watts. Along with saving energy, we will also be saving on bulb replacements. These units have 50,000 hours estimated LED life.
This is one of many upgrades to come in the GRTV studio; next time you're in, check them out!
Grand Rapids City Commissioner Rosalynn Bliss talks with Steve Alsum, the executive director of the Red Project. They discuss what the Red Project is, statistics and data of communicable diseases in Kent County, and what you can do to help the project.
This month's episode features City Commissioner Rosalynn Bliss with Amy Snow-Buckner, the Donor Relations Coordinator of Habitat Kent. They discuss Habitat for Humanity of Kent County including current projects: women build, veteran build, ReStore, and how you can volunteer with Habitat Kent.
The CMC IT Team is happy to announce the launch of the all new HistoryGrandRapids.org, the online archive of the Grand Rapids Historical Commission. A long time client, and partner on other projects, the Commission decided it was time to update the site we had built for them years ago, and update we did. Everything from the design all the way down to the database has been changed.
The design pushes latest and highlighted content front and center to engage users right off the bat, and users of modern browsers get a beautiful full...
Grand Rapids 2nd Ward City Commissioner Rosalynn Bliss talks with Lee Mueller, the GR Urban Forest Project Coordinator about our tree canopy, the new tree mapping app, and what to do when a tree needs help.