Monday, July 26, 2010

Your City at Work


Last Wednesday I began taping a new edition of "Your City at Work," a series on KPAS that has me following a city employee out of the office and into the field.

Past editions have featured a public health nurse, motorcycle cop, code compliance officer, arborist and other employees who don't spend all their time behind a desk.

This latest edition, which will air after some additional taping and editing are completed, features Jesse Reyes (in orange shirt below), a water troubleshooter with Pasadena Water and Power.


The camera crew is Davide Colleone, left, and Michele Maglionico. Linda Centell of the Public Affairs Office is the director.

What's a water troubleshooter? You'll have to tune in to find out! When the program's ready to roll, I'll let everyone know the schedule. All KPAS programming can be seen via streaming video on the Internet as well.

In the top photo I'm doing a little intro for the show in front of the Chapman Wellhead near PWP's water meter shop. The color coordination was coincidental!

The photos were shot by Linda Centell.

5 comments:

Helen said...

Can you post the link to the streaming video? Also, are the past episodes archived on the internet?

Petrea said...

Velly nice. And I do like the color coordination. I look forward to seeing this.

West Coast Grrlie Blather said...

Suggestion: Follow one of those environmental health people...restaurant inspections and vector control make for good video.

pasadenapio said...

I followed an environmental health inspector a couple of years ago, Kelly, as he was inspecting The Hamlet (formerly Hamburger Hamlet). It reruns from time to time in rotation.

Helen, when the new episode is completed I'll post the schedule.

Cafe Pasadena said...

"Your City PIO in OT Work" sounds like a better title.