The 34th episode of Champaign Connection airs thru April 2013.
- Angela Adams (Recycling Coordinator) and Joe Hooker (Assistant City Attorney) discuss the critical importance of the Mahomet Aquifer for 750,000 people in Central Illinois. Learn why this resource is vulnerable to contamination and why several communities are rallying together to protect it.
- Kerri Spear (Neighborhood Programs Manager) and area residents discuss the plan to redevelop the Bristol Park neighborhood. Find out what the City plans to do and what residents are hoping to see when the project is done.
- Patti Anderson (Management Analyst) unveils a new mobile app available to help citizens quickly and easily report problems like graffiti or potholes to the City. Learn how the new SeeClickFix application works and why it will help Public Works crews become even more responsive to citizen requests for service.
Champaign Connection is an award-winning 30-minute news magazine which helps the City better communicate with its residents. The show airs on CGTV (Comcast channel 5 and U-verse channel 99) nightly at 6:30 PM. The show is also available on-demand on the City’s website at ci.champaign.il.us/cgtv. Champaign Connection is produced by the Information Technologies Department with input from the Communications Advisory Committee.