CCM Logo
May 16, 2013 - In This Issue:
CCM Newsletter Banner
Like us on FacebookFollow us on TwitterView our profile on LinkedIn
Resident First Programming
County Cable Montgomery (CCM) programming is produced by a skilled team of professionals that work to ensure high levels of both information and production values in service to our residents. Listed below are some of our recent episodes of County Cable Montgomery programs. Click the images or links below to view each program episode or click the link below to visit the CCM website.

Council In Brief May 14, 2013 Council In Brief - #576
Click image to watch the video.

This week, a compromise to keep the Wheaton Redevelopment Program moving forward; approval of more than 6 million dollars in grants, and some special students are recognized for their unique talent.
County Report This Week - #161 County Report This Week Episode 161 May 17, 2013
Click image to watch the video.

In this week's episode hosted by Susan Kenedy, we'll get an update on the redevelopment program for Wheaton; good news for the county's Safe Speed Program; Senator Ben Cardin visits Rockville, and some third grade students who could be opera stars. These stories plus reports from Montgomery County Police, MCTV, Takoma Park and more on County Report This Week. 
Montgomery Al Dia Montgomery Al Dia Episode 56 May 14, 2013 #56
(En Espanol) Click image to watch the video.

Lorna Virgilí hosts this episode of "Montgomery al Día". Montgomery County's Spanish language live Radio Show on Radio América 1540 AM, Tuesdays at 2pm. On this show, we talk with Police and M311 about making the right call. Listen to the live broadcast Tuesdays at 2pm.



Montgomery Plans #40 Montgomery Plans #40
Click image to watch the video.

Learn about plans to expand transit in the County; tour the neighborhood of Longbranch; find out where to recycle confidential document, and hear about the latest news of the Montgomery County Planning Board.

Every 15 Minutes - Poolesville High School Every 15 Minutes
-Poolesville High School
Click image to watch the video.

Students from Poolesville High School and public safety officials participate in the "Every 15 Minutes" program which focuses on high school students and challenges them to think about drinking, personal safety, driving habits and the responsibility of making mature decisions when lives are involved. The program's name was conceived from the fact that every 15 minutes, someone in the United States dies in an alcohol-related traffic collision

Donna Keating
Executive Producer
Feel free to contact us with comments, suggestions and compliments by emailing the address listed above.


Like us on Facebook   Follow us on Twitter   View our profile on LinkedIn