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The new Community Access TV Committee will hold its first meeting on Monday at 6:30 p.m. in the library at Medford High School. Mayor Michael J. McGlynn appointed the three-member panel to develop a new plan for public, educational, and government access programming for the city’s public access cable stations. The Rev. Chip Hines, pastor of St. Joseph Church, is chairman of the committee. Hines co-hosts Catholic TV’s movie review show. The other members are Frederick Laskey and Allison Goldsberry. Laskey, executive director of the Massachusetts Water Resources Authority, formerly hosted a cable TV show on energy issues. Goldsberry is the city’s webmaster. He teaches Web design at Medford High and oversees the school’s educational access television station.

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