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April 13, 2004

ARE NOT PROPERLY USED BUT THE PARENTS BELIEVE THAT THEY ARE. THEY COME JUST TO BE TOLD THAT EVERYTHING'S FINE. SO BE AWARE THAT MOST CHILDREN ARE NOT PROPERLY BUCKLED UP AND THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT FOR YOUR CONTINUED SAFETY AND HEALTH. THANKS AGAIN FOR YOUR SUPPORT. [ APPLAUSE ]

SUP. BURKE: IS COLLEEN WILSON HERE? WELL, WHEN COLLEEN COMES IN, WOMEN TEMPERANCE UNION, WE'LL RECOGNIZE HER.

SUP. KNABE, CHAIR: SUPERVISOR YAROSLAVSKY?

SUP. YAROSLAVSKY: THANK YOU, MR. CHAIRMAN. IF I COULD ASK ANN MARTIN AND HER CREW TO COME UP HERE, DAVE CLARK. THERE'S DAVE. MR. CHAIRMAN, MEMBERS OF THE BOARD, IT GIVES ME A GREAT DEAL OF PLEASURE TO HONOR KCBS T.V. AND KCAL T.V. FOR A PUBLIC SERVICE THEY PROVIDED TO OUR COUNTY AND TO EVERYBODY WITHIN THE SOUND OF THEIR VOICE AND THEIR SCREEN. KCBS AND KCAL LAUNCHED A MAJOR PUBLIC SERVICE CAMPAIGN ON EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS IN 2003 USING THE COUNTY'S EMERGENCY SURVIVAL PROGRAM AS ITS CORNERSTONE. THE STATIONS MADE AN UNPRECEDENTED COMMITMENT TO PRODUCE AND BROADCAST SPECIAL NEWS PROGRAMMING, LIVE SPECIAL EVENTS AND PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENTS. THE SAFE AT HOME CAMPAIGN, AS IT WAS CALLED, GAVE VITAL, STRAIGHTFORWARD, IN-DEPTH AND NON-ALARMING INFORMATION TO HELP SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA'S 15 MILLION

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