On February 8, 2017

Rutland City mayoral candidates to face off

RUTLAND—Educate yourself about your Rutland City mayoral candidates by watching PEGTV’s live mayoral forum on Thursday, Feb. 9, on Channel 21 starting at 7 p.m.
All four mayoral candidates were invited to attend, who include Dave Allaire, Chris Louras, Mike Coppinger and Kam Johnston. Candidates will answer questions from moderator Tom Donahue and those that were submitted by the public.
If you have a question you would like to ask the candidates please email it to bwilliams@pegtv.com.
“Providing area residents with important political information is a huge part of the PEGTV mission,” said Tom Leypoldt, executive director for the station. “By airing these forums, PEGTV further promotes the idea of connecting the community.”
This forum is open to the public and held at the PEGTV studio on 1 Scale Avenue in the Howe Center. If you are unable to watch the debate on cable you can access a live stream video on pegtv.com.
PEGTV is Rutland County’s public access television station comprised of Comcast Channels 15, 20 and 21 and VTel channels 163, 164, and 165 and is available throughout Rutland County to all cable subscribers.

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Tom Donahue will be moderating the live Rutland City mayoral forum on PEGTV Channel 21, airing Feb. 9 at 7 p.m.

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