County Officials Hearing Plenty About the Animals

While the county commissioners indicated that only budget matters would be discussed tonight, the bulk of the testimony, by far, has included comments about the SPCA and animal control.  Speakers are complying with the request, but they met the commissioners’ standard by generally associating their comments to the SPCA budget and animal cost control opportunities.  Most comments are met with large rounds of applause.


4 responses to “County Officials Hearing Plenty About the Animals

  1. Wayne Fenstermacher

    Kudos for the play by play account of what’s going on. I’m going to surf over to see what the television stations have to report.

    Because of the multi-faceted news coverage, it’ll be a pleasure to provide some analysis in the next day or so.

  2. Can you image if a media firm applied itself as using these new web 2.0 products to share the news? The Whig reporter departed from the meeting a few minutes ago, so I’m not sure what that does for a deadline for tomorrow’s paper.

    All the Baltimore TV stations will have it for the 11:00 p.m. news cycle.

  3. I switched around all the channels and it was only ch 2 and ch13 that handled it.

  4. Louise:

    You are right, it was carried yesterday evening by two television stations, 2 & 13. We thought channel 11 was there too. So many videographers, reporters, and photographers were working that meeting that it appeared everyone within 100 miles of the Delaware Line was on the job, including the Cecil Whig. The Whig had two reporters and a photographer there last night and one of county personnel mentioned that the Whig editor covered the 10:30 commissioners meeting.

    Thanks for posting and letting us know.

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