A video of the second public information meeting discussing a proposal for new bus transportation service in Grafton and Northbridge, held April 11th at the South Grafton Community House, is now being shown on Grafton Community Television.
The meeting was the second in a series of public information meetings hosted by the Town and Town Administrator Tim McInerney to discuss proposed bus service linking Northbridge, Grafton and the MBTA commuter railroad station on Route 30 in Grafton. Officials from the Worcester Regional Transit Authority and the Central Massachusetts Regional Planning Commission presented plans, discussed potential routes and answered questions.
A 40-minute video of the meeting is available on the Grafton Community Television’s YouTube Channel, with a link on the home page of the official GCTV web site: http://www.GraftonTV.org. The informational meeting will also be rebroadcast on the Grafton Community Television’s Government Channel – Charter Channel 12 / Verizon Channel 33 – beginning on Monday, April 15th. For scheduled dates and air times consult the GCTV web site program schedule, and the Channel 12/33 on-air bulletin board.
Grafton Community Television provides programming on three distinct public access channels in the Town of Grafton over the Charter Communications and the Verizon cable systems. Monthly schedules for Grafton Community Television Channels can be found at http://www.GraftonTV.org. and http://www.facebook.com/graftontv.
Charter Channel 11/Verizon Channel 34 provides general interest programming, Charter Channel 12/Verizon Channel 33 broadcasts town government programming, and Charter Channel 13 /Verizon Channel 32 features school programming and high school sports events. The Grafton Community Television studios and offices are located at 296 Providence Road in South Grafton.
Contributed by John LaPoint, GCTV