New edition of Meet Your Council now airing on CDTV

DEARBORN – The newest edition of the program “Meet Your Council” is airing on CDTV, the city of Dearborn’s government cable television channel.
CDTV is on channels 12 and 915 on Comcast and on channel 10 on WOW! “Meet Your Council” airs at 1, 5 and 9 a.m., and 1, 5 and 9 p.m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays; 2, 6 and 10 a.m., and 2, 6 and 10 p.m. Tuesdays and Thursdays; and 3, 7 and 11 a.m., and 3, 7 and 11 p.m. Saturdays and Sundays.
Many CDTV programs, including “Meet Your Council,” can be viewed online anytime at
This month’s show features:
• City Council President Thomas Tafelski helps raise money for the Friends of the Dearborn Animal Shelter at the 16th Annual Critter Invitational. He’s joined at the Dearborn Country Club by event sponsor and president of Livernois Vehicle Development, Norma R. Wallis; Detroit Lions wide receiver Eric Fowler; and Friends for the Dearborn Animal Shelter Development Director Kelle Sisung.
• Councilwoman Nancy Hubbard explores Bangkok 96 with owner Genevieve Vang. The successful Dearborn restaurant specializes in Thai food.
• Councilman Doug Thomas drops in on La Penguina Deli. Long a Dearborn staple, owner Joann Murphy shares the secret to the restaurant’s success; son Timothy Murphy invites residents to enjoy their offerings.
• Councilwoman Suzanne Sareini explores knee surgery with Dr. Eric T. Silberg. In this first in a multi-part series, the orthopedic surgeon from Michigan Orthopedic Specialists offers advice for people considering the procedure.
• Councilman Mark Shooshanian celebrates with students and staff at Henry Ford Elementary School. Teacher Kathleen McCormick discusses the transformative power of the Heart Smart program.
• Councilman Robert A. Abraham returns to Lindberg Elementary for the conclusion of Core Values Month. He interviews Principal Pam DeNeen and student Erin Deutschman, the core values contest winner of a bike from Jack’s Bike Shop.
• Councilman George T. Darany wraps up the program with Police Chief Ron Haddad, who tells residents how to protect themselves from summer scams.