NCPR Executive Council meeting Tuesday, May 24th at 12:00 pm

North Country Public Radio’s advisory board, the Executive Council, will hold its quarterly meeting at noon on Tuesday, May 24th, at the View Center for the Arts in Old Forge.  It is open to the public.  Members of the public wishing to submit comments in advance of the meeting may send them to [email protected] and include “EC meeting” in the subject line.

Members of the NCPR Executive Council:

  • Robert Keller, Boonville, NY (Chair)
  • Ann Adams, Dekalb Junction, NY (Board Secretary)
  • Peter Anderson, Potsdam, NY
  • Mark Dzwonczyk, Nicholville, NY
  • Margo Ernst, North Hudson, NY
  • Rich Frost, Plattsburgh, NY
  • Andy Gustafson, Old Forge, NY
  • Hannah Hanford, Saranac Lake, NY
  • James Howard, Morrisonville, NY
  • Allen McAvoy, Kingston, ONT
  • Alan McLeod, Kingston, ONT
  • Stephen Meier, Queensbury, NY
  • Julia Kaplan Toce, Thousand Islands Park, NY (Vice Chair)

Ex-officio members representing license holder St. Lawrence University

  • Paul Redfern, Canton, NY
  • Marion Roach Smith, Troy, NY
  • Jeff Killeen

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

1 Comment on “NCPR Executive Council meeting Tuesday, May 24th at 12:00 pm”

  1. louis curth says:

    For more than three years now I have been urging NCPR, and its sponsor SLU, to establish a two-way forum where the people of our rural Adirondack-North Country region would feel welcome to share their thoughts and comment with each other in a moderated setting. The hope would be that NCPR might help us rediscover the feeling of “community” that used to exist here before we had a pandemic and a social media that amplifies hatred and distrust with unproven lies, conspiracies and thinly vailed prejudice.

    Last February, Station Manager Mitch Teich held out hope for a “community engagement department that includes people on both sides of the news-development firewall.” Since then, I have heard nothing. I hope that this plan is still on track because the need for it has never been more urgent in our region and in our country.

    Today, I urge you again to please move ahead with this much needed plan?

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