The CAN TV funding ordinance co-sponsored by Mayor Daley and Alderman Stone will come to a vote before the Chicago Committee on Finance on Monday, November 1, 10am, at City Hall.
Comcast has expressed opposition to the ordinance, and CAN TV is asking supporters to come to City Hall on Monday morning to support the Finance Committee to pass this ordinance.
Update: The ordinance to fund CAN TV was passed at the November 1, 2004 Finance Committee meeting, but discussion on the floor suggests it may be deferred and published at the Wednesday City Council meeting. Read all about it.
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