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Posted on: October 4, 2017

October Episode of City Span Now on SGTV

For Immediate Release
Date: October 3, 2017

Savannah Government Television has launched the October edition of City Span. The magazine-style news show features stories in and about the City of Savannah.

This month’s show features a recap of the City’s response to Hurricane/Tropical Storm Irma and looks back at how far we’ve come in the year since Hurricane Matthew. There’s also a segment on the history of the canals in Savannah – specifically the Springfield Canal – slated to become an integral part of the planned Arena and Canal District.

Other stories this month include an update on changes to the downtown parking shuttles, Savannah Fire & Emergency Services efforts to educate our young adults on the consequences of drinking and driving, Carver Village and its rich history, changes to the City’s grass cutting program, and a street naming to honor the men and women of the Armed Forces. You can also see our partnership stories with the Small Business Assistance Corporation and Step Up Savannah.

City Span airs weekdays at 7am, 11am, 3pm, 7pm and 11pm on Comcast Channel 8. The full show can also been viewed on the City of Savannah’s website It is also available on the City’s YouTube page, just search “City of Savannah” or visit

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