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Port Angeles, WA
Pacific Public Media
KVIX is an FM non-commercial radio station broadcasting at 89.3 MHz. The station is licensed to Port Angeles, WA. The station airs public radio programming.
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Listener Comments and Reviews
The Governor’s Committee on Disability Issues and Employment (GCDE) is hosting a Town Hall Forum and Leadership Breakfast in Port Angeles in December.
Our meeting dates are December 1 & 2.
The Town Hall Forum is a public meeting. It will be on December 1 and will be held at the Port Angeles City Hall Chambers from 5:30 to 7:30 PM
The Leadership Breakfast, is an invitation only event and it will be held on Friday, December 2, from 8:00 am to 10:00 am. Location TBD.
I am contacting you to see who else you know in the local media landscape we should be talking with or who would be interested in receiving information about the meetings.
The purpose of these meetings is to discuss issues and concerns important to persons with disabilities such as: transportation, employment opportunities, health care, affordable housing, voting accessibility, support services, transition from school to work, and emergency preparedness. We are also interested in learning about best practices, local success stories and efforts being made in your community to improve accessibility and expand services for the disability community.
Who in your office or other media enterprises should we be inviting? Feel free to send me their contact information, mailing address, phone number and email.
Can you recommend any other organizations or key individuals who should be on our invitation list?
The Town Hall meeting is open to the public and we need to get the information out the disability community, do you have a listserv? Would you be willing to distribute our meeting flyer? Can you post the flyer in your neighborhood or insert the information in your newsletter or blog? Can you broadcast a public service announcement for this public meeting?
I appreciate your time and help to identify people in your community. If you think of anyone else we should be contacting just email me at Julianfwheeler@aol.com.
Feel free to contact GCDE staff:
Thank you again for your time.
Julian Wheeler, GCDE Member.
Reasons why to attend:
1. The Governor’s Committee is interested in learning about issues affecting persons of disability in your community.
2. Although the GCDE has a broad representation of individuals with disabilities who serve on the Committee, the information we gather in our outreach activities helps us respond to legislative issues and state agency budget proposals.
3. The challenges you experience in Port Angeles and nearby communities may be different from individuals who live in the I-5 corridor or in urban areas or eastern Washington, etc. Many programs and services are developed without the input from consumers and service providers in smaller communities. Your comments will broaden our understanding of how program improvements could be made.
4. Hearing about and experiencing the coordination between programs and services in our outreach activities has been very helpful when visiting similar communities across the state. As a result, we have been able to provide resource information to other communities based on your best practices.
5. One of the outcomes of our meeting is to start local discussion on what is working and what is not working for individuals with disabilities in your community. People who attend will receive a summary of the issues discussed along with the names and contact information of those who attended. Your community is given an opportunity to develop a local network to continue the discussion and develop action steps for change. The contact information can also be used to find local resources and assistance.
6. GCDE uses this outreach activity as a recruitment vehicle for membership to the Committee. GCDE needs people with disabilities who have an interest in working on issues that impact the disability community in our state.
7. Another positive outcome of our gatherings is that service providers can share information about their programs with people who need their services so they can learn what is available in their own community
8. The meetings provide an opportunity to network with local consumers, decision makers and service providers.
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