Lakes Area Community Television Stations
LATV 10 and Ranger 20
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Lakes Area Community TV
24260 Greenway Ave N. Suite C
Forest Lake MN, 55025

Phone: 651-464-1142
www.latvten.com
Contact Us:
Station Phone: 651-464-1142
Station E-mail: contactus@latvten.com
Monday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Tuesday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Wednesday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Thursday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Friday: 9:00am - 5:00pm
Saturday: CLOSED
Sunday: CLOSED
Business Hours:
Lakes Area Community TV
is a Most of Us Community Champion and a participating member of the "Most of Us" Community Planning Team!
Joint Power Cities and Lakes Area TV meet with Midcontinent Communications
Serving the Cities of:

City of
Columbus
CABLE COMMISSION VACANCY NOTICE: 
The City of Columbus is seeking an interested resident who would like to serve the Columbus community as a public representative on the Forest Lake Cable Commission board.  The requirements for the public representative are residence in the City of Columbus and a willingness to serve!

Meetings are held once a month on Wednesdays, 4:00 pm, at the local public access station, Lakes Area Community Television (LATV).  The station is located at 24260 Greenway Ave. N., Suite C, in Forest Lake.

If you are interested in serving on the Cable Commission please fill out the Boards and Committee Application at www.ColumbusMN.com and submit it to cityoffices@ci.columbus.mn.us regarding the vacancy can be directed to Elizabeth Mursko at 651-464-3120.

On January 15th, multiple meetings were held between Midcontinent Communications executives who traveled from Cambridge, Minnesota and from Midcontinent's Sioux Falls, South Dakota headquarters to meet with city administrators, elected officials, and representatives from the Forest Lake Cable Commission and Lakes Area Community Television.  Meetings were organized by the Cable Commission, which is a Joint Powers group representing the cities of Scandia, Forest Lake and Columbus.

It was an opportunity to work on local LATV cable 10 and 20 technical improvements, share updates on the joint city supported Midcontinent broadband grant (not yet awarded at press time), and discuss each city's priorities for cable build out, including the latest new residential and business areas for cable expansion.  This past December new cable enabled Lakes Area Community Television to start airing city meetings live for the first time from the Forest Lake City Center.  In meetings with Midcontinent, both Columbus and Scandia also discussed airing meetings live on LATV 10, the public access government and community channel.  Meetings will continue to be rebroadcast at other times as well. 

"The Cable Commission plans to meet with Midcontinent again in late spring," says Cable Commission Chair and Mayor of Scandia, Randall Simonson.  "Together our three cities are placing a high priority on cable and broadband expansion."