The City of Geneva has enhanced programming on Geneva Broadcast Network with two new monthly shows that debuted in March.
Residents can get insight into the City Council and other volunteer advisory boards each month when tuning in to "Officially Speaking" on Geneva Broadcast Network.
Second Ward Alderman Don Cummings served as the first guest of sit-down interview show. Topics discussed during the first episode included the City's snow plowing response to one of the worst winters on record, the 2014-15 budget planning process and long-term strategic planning.
"Officially Speaking" can be seen at 10 a.m. daily on Geneva Broadcast Network, which is Channel 10 on Comcast and Channel 99 on AT&T UVerse.
The second show, "Geneva Works," puts the spotlight on a particular City department or division to give residents a "101-course" on what their role is within our local government and what programs or services they provide to the community.
Geneva Fire Department Deputy Chief Mark Einwich and Firefighter Rod Johnson serve as the show's first guests speaking about the department's operations, important safety tips and education programs offered to children, adults and senior citizens.
"Geneva Works" can be seen daily at 6:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. on Geneva Broadcast Network.
The shows also can be seen On Demand. Visit the Geneva Broadcast Network page at the link below, and select the show you want to watch on the left-side rail.