Video: NCPR Executive Council Meeting, Thursday, May 14

Members of the public were invited to ask for instructions on how to attend the meeting remotely. Questions or comments may be submitted by voicemail at 1-877-388-6277 or post questions/comments below in this post.

Archive video of the May 14 meeting

Minutes of the meeting

Will be posted in this location following the meeting.

Upcoming Executive Council meeting dates:

  • Times and locations TBD

Members of the NCPR Executive Council:

  • Linda Cohen, Old Forge, NY (chair)
  • Ann Adams, Dekalb Junction, NY
  • Cali Brooks, Lake Placid, NY
  • Mark Dzwonczyk, Nicholville, NY
  • Mike Erickson, Brant Lake, NY
  • Margo Ernst, North Hudson, NY
  • Rod Giltz, Plattsburgh, NY
  • Andy Gustafson, Old Forge, NY
  • Hannah Hanford, Saranac Lake, NY
  • James Howard, Morrisonville, NY
  • Robert Keller, Boonville, NY
  • Alan McLeod, Kingston, ON
  • Stephen Meier, Queensbury, NY
  • Cathy Pircsuk, Watertown, NY
  • Susanna Piller, Plattsburgh, NY
  • Christopher Robinson, Potsdam, NY
  • Julia Kaplan Toce, Thousand Islands Park, NY

Ex-officio members representing license holder St. Lawrence University

  • Sarah Johnson, Canton, NY
  • Paul Redfern, Canton, NY
  • Marion Roach Smith, Troy, NY

The governing board of North Country Public Radio is the Board of Trustees of St. Lawrence University.

1 Comment on “Video: NCPR Executive Council Meeting, Thursday, May 14”

  1. louis curth says:

    As this dreadful pandemic continues with no end in site, NCPR becomes ever more vital to INFORM and ENGAGE north country people across the length and breadth of the broadcast area. In return for our donations, you INFORM us by sending NPR news and topics into our homes and this is a huge benefit to us. You ENGAGE us by encouraging listeners to provide local feel good stories, nature features, poems, book reviews, etc. These local programs create community spirit and help lift our spirits and that is good. and maybe that is enough.

    The question I have for the NCPR Executive Council and for fellow listeners is; will NCPR also have the courage to use its solid reputation as an honest broker to ENGAGE local listeners in a civil discussion of the controversial issues which are threatening to tear this country apart? With or without NCPR, we are all facing profound decisions about our nation’s future.

    “A house divided against itself cannot stand.” (Abraham Lincoln).

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