Saturday August 29, 2015
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I would like to correct the misinformation that is posted in the comments about this poll. Arbitron began including non commercial radio stations in the fall of 2006. They include low power FM stations in their ratings as well. If you look at the information below you will see that they do in fact rate LPFM stations and they are included with commercial station ratings in every market. The are licensed the same as a commercial station and they are protected the same as any commercial station. Are their rules and guidelines different.....Yes, but then sponsors and supporters of LPFM know that.
Pete: As a 25+ year property owner in Whispering Pines, I want you to know that yours is the most accurate article I have ever read on the subject. Thank you!
Let's call it the "College of the Imagination" and have it in the shape of a dollar $ign.
Yes, Kathie! There is nothing we need more!
John, As a Board member of the Mogollon Health Alliance, would you accept a council appointment to the Rim Country Educational Alliance, knowing that the Educational Foundation (part of MHA) will be involved in the acquisition of land for the university, or would you consider it a conflict of interest?
I suppose my ignorance is showing once again, but did Mary Kastner's term expire, did she resign, did the Town Council have a meeting to remove her from her position, and when did the Council meet and vote on Su Connell's appointment? I thought that wasn't on the agenda until tonight's (March 19th) meeting, but apparently the Vice Mayor is empowered to speak on issues before the Council votes.
In the interest of full transparency, it is my hope that the Payson Roundup will publish the names and positions of the current Board members of the Mogollon Health Alliance and the Rim Country Educational Foundation.
Oh boy, here we go again! A ten-fold increase in that portion of my property taxes made possible by an entity that wasn't created in an election, but supposedly by a petition approved by the County Board of Supervisors and now they have signed a nondisclosure agreement so that the very people expected to pay for improvements on a pipleline that hasn't even begun yet can't be told what we are paying for or why. Yep...clear as mud to me!
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