Rick Orlov reports that Council Members Bill Rosendahl and Dennis Zine are advocating to retain this relic in the YouTube age. That's fine if the cable company wants to do it but please don't use my taxes to indulge the egos of wannabe television stars.
Public Access TV is a dinosaur of the last century.
Also a correction to Orlov's story: He said that Rosendahl hosted a public access show before his election; this is not the case. Rosendahl's Week In Review and public affairs specials on Century later Adelphia Cable was a production of the cable company and part of his role as an executive with the cable company. It's not cable access but an example of good corporate citizenship and was high quality programming.