—————–=[ Public Affairs Archive ]=—————–
These are special shows about politics and public issues: the most recent are on top. WBFY also maintains a Short Term Archive, a Program Archive and one for Specials other than Public Affairs.
Sheriff and District Attorney Candidates Forum 2018
Held October 24th, 2018 at The Crosby Center. Two candidates for Waldo County Sheriff and two candidates for regional District Attorney appeared at this forum to answer questions from the audience. Sponsored by CAMS (Community Addiction and Mental Health Solutions) and other community groups, the event was moderated by Jay Davis.
Part One, Two — Total time 1:58:12
City Council Candidates Forum 2018
Held October 22nd, 2018 at The Boathouse. All six candidates for Belfast City Council appeared at this forum to answer questions submitted by the audience. Sponsored by Belfast Community Television and Belfast Community Radio, the event was moderated by Linda Lord of the League of Women Voters of Maine
Part One, Two — Total time 1:59:05
Salmon Farm: Planning Board Meeting
Held August 15th, 2018 at Troy Howard Middle School. This public meeting was for Belfast residents to comment to the city’s Planning Board aboout the Nordic Aquafarms salmon factory proposal.
Part One, Two, Three — Total time 2:14:12
Salmon Farm: Second Meeting
Held May 9th, 2018 at the Hutchinson Center, this public meeting put representatives for Nordic Aquafarms before members of the public for a presentation and a Question & Answer session.
Part One, Two, Three — Total time 1:37:24
Salmon Farm: First Meeting
Held February 21st, 2018 at the Hutchinson Center, this public meeting put representatives for Nordic Aquafarms and the City of Belfast before members of the public for a Question & Answer session about the proposed facility.
Part One, Two, Three, Four — Total time 1:47:00
Mayor and City Council Forum 2017
On October 26th a candidates forum was held at the Belfast Free Library. Speaking were incumbent Mayor Walter Ash Jr. and challenger Samantha Paradis, along with councilors Mike Hurley and Eric Sanders, running unopposed.