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New radio show ‘The State of the City’ to cover Bristol issues

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Second District City Councilman Dave Preleski

Second District City Councilman Dave Preleski

The Beat – Bristol’s Rock Mix will premier a new call in talk show called ‘The State of the City’ hosted by Join Mike Anthony.

Second District City Councilwoman Jodi Zils Gagne

Second District City Councilwoman Jodi Zils Gagne

The Beat says The State of the City will be an hour-long program featuring everything Bristol, including events, news, and issues that affect the community.

The first show will include City Councilors for the 2nd District, Democrat Dave Preleski, and Republican Jodi Zils Gagne.

Host Mike Anthony says “We will discuss the present and the future of Bristol, and we’ll find out if there’s there a solution for the political discourse which strains our City?”

The show will field calls from listeners and encourages them to ask questions and join the conversation by calling 860-261-7456.

The show debuts this Sunday, October 2 at 11:00am.

The Beat is an internet radio station so the only way to listen is by simply downloading the free app to your Android or Apple device or listen through your PC at BristolBeat.com

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