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10/08/09 Excerpts

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“Democracy is cumbersome, slow and inefficient, but in due time, the voice of the people will be heard and their latent wisdom will prevail.” Given the upcoming city elections, it seems appropriate to put this unattributed quote to a test with voices recorded randomly on a recent Saturday morning at the Oviedo Shopping Center. Feature length – 05:09
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10/08/09 Excerpts

Commentary - Yoffee

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Seminole Chronicle newspaper managing editor, Michelle Yoffee, comments on news that matters to her. Feature length – 03:52

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10/08/09 Excerpts

voting smart in oviedo

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November 3rd is an important date in the life of 5 Oviedo candidates who are running for election or reelection for positions as Mayor or Councilman. The Council governs the activities of a city that was incorporated in 1925 and today is ranked as the 4th largest of 7 cities in Seminole County. Feature length – 40:14
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10/08/09 Excerpts

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On November 3rd Longwood voters will go to the polls to select two city commissioners to serve for the next three years. In these interviews the 4 candidates discuss their experience and personal character and their positions on the tight budgets caused by declining revenues and the task of providing crucial public services. Voting smart means knowing the candidates before casting a ballot, listen here to the four men who want your vote. Feature length – 29:40
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10/08/09

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Welcome to the 3rd edition of Central Florida Matters, posted on 10/8/09. This edition interviews all 9 candidates for election on November 3rd in the Seminole County, Fl., cities of Longwood and Oviedo. The program also features commentary from the managing editor of the Seminole Chronicle newspaper and a “voices on the street” feature reflecting resident’s views about the city and the election. Listen here to the fully “bundled” program, with every feature included in a linear style, like you hear on a program formatted for radio. (Presented and hosted by Stephen McKenney Steck and Desta L. Horner) Full program length 1:26:58

Voices on the Street – City Elections

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“Democracy is cumbersome, slow and inefficient, but in due time, the voice of the people will be heard and their latent wisdom will prevail.” Given the upcoming city elections, it seems appropriate to put this unattributed quote to a test with voices recorded randomly on a recent Saturday morning at the Oviedo Shopping Center. Feature length – 05:09
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Commentary

Commentary - Yoffee

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Seminole Chronicle newspaper managing editor, Michelle Yoffee, comments on news that matters to her. Feature length – 03:52

Read the rest of this entry »

Voting Smart in Oviedo

voting smart in oviedo

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November 3rd is an important date in the life of 5 Oviedo candidates who are running for election or reelection for positions as Mayor or Councilman. The Council governs the activities of a city that was incorporated in 1925 and today is ranked as the 4th largest of 7 cities in Seminole County. Feature length – 40:14
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Voting Smart in Longwood

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On November 3rd Longwood voters will go to the polls to select two city commissioners to serve for the next three years. In these interviews the 4 candidates discuss their experience and personal character and their positions on the tight budgets caused by declining revenues and the task of providing crucial public services. Voting smart means knowing the candidates before casting a ballot, listen here to the four men who want your vote. Feature length – 29:40
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Central Florida Matters (3rd Edition)

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Welcome to the 3rd edition of Central Florida Matters, posted on 10/8/09. This edition interviews all 9 candidates for election on November 3rd in the Seminole County, Fl., cities of Longwood and Oviedo. The program also features commentary from the managing editor of the Seminole Chronicle newspaper and a “voices on the street” feature reflecting resident’s views about the city and the election. Listen here to the fully “bundled” program, with every feature included in a linear style, like you hear on a program formatted for radio. (Presented and hosted by Stephen McKenney Steck and Desta L. Horner) Full program length 1:26:58


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