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State of the Borough Address 2012

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Bronx Currents » 12pm - Feb 27, 2012
Rating: 2.8 (186 Votes)
Category: Bronx Currents

Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz, Jr. delivers his annual State of the Borough Address. The speech was delivered on February 23, 2012 in the beautiful auditorium at Truman High School, in front of an audience that included many elected officials, organization leaders and Bronx residents. Find out how the Bronx is doing in terms of: development, education, employment, health, environment and more…

The 2012 State of the Borough Address will be cablecast on BronxNet Cablevision iO TV Channel 67 / FiOS Channel 33 tonight 2/24 at 7pm.
It will also be televised on BronxNet iO TV Channel 67 / Verizon FiOS Channel 33 on:

  • Saturday 2/25: 1:30pm, 8:00pm
  • Sunday 2/26: 8:15pm
  • Monday 2/27: 6:30am, 11am, 11pm
  • Tuesday 2/28: 11am, 11pm
  • Wednesday 2/29: 11am, 11pm
  • Thursday 3/1: 11am, 11pm
  • Saturday 3/3 1:30pm 8pm

BronxNet Public Access Television: Bronx Currents Bronx Currents gives Bronxites the opportunity to attend community meetings, debates, and symposiums, now via BRONXNET. Bronx Currents provides full coverage of many of the events that help to determine the future of our borough. Additionally, the program features documentaries that capture the people and flavor of our borough and sporting events featuring local high school and college teams. Bronx Currents can be seen on BRONXNET Cablevision's channel 67 & Verizon Fios channel 33. Airs schedule: Monday - Friday: 11 am, 11 pm | Sunday, Mon, Thursday: 12 am | Sunday: 4 pm | Monday: 6:30 am

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