Marin County is planning to build a $1 million cable TV station within the next year that will offer three new channels of programming — educational, local government and public access, according to the Marin Independent Journal. “I’d love to see a kind of local C-SPAN, where people can watch the deliberations of their government, and the public can engage in discourse,” said County Supervisor Susan Adams, who serves as vice chairwoman of the Marin Telecommunications Agency board, which is setting up the station.

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