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Commissioner Rosalynn Bliss talks with Mark Lewis, the Executive Director of Neighborhood Ventures about our city and its many pockets of neighborhoods.
Due to inclement weather, the GRTV Studio Class scheduled for Saturday, January 25th at 10am has been moved to February 8th at 10am. We apologize for any inconvenience. GRTV will still be open for equipment checkout and facility use from 1pm to 6pm.
Focus on Issues #58 Guests Andy Soper, Founder and Project Coordinator of the Manasseh Project, which is an outreach ministry of Wedgwood Christian Services dedicated to ending the sexual exploitation of young men and women in West Michigan and Julia Koch, Director of Development and Advocacy for the Hope Project in Muskegon. They discuss the need for safe residences for those rescued from sex trafficking and provide information about recent developments and advocacy needs as legislation passes through the Michigan Legislature.
Commissioner Bliss talks with Jay Steffen from the City's planning department about the Michigan Street Corridor project.
Until further notice, LiveWire, comcast cable channel 24, will be broadcasting Classic Arts Showcase in place of our regularly scheduled NASA Television programming. This is due to the lapse in federal government funding resulting in the temporary shutdown of NASA Television. We are sorry for the inconvenience and hope to return to our regular program schedule soon.