Mark R Owen

    The City County Observer and the law firm of Woods and Woods, LLP is pleased to announce the return of Tri-State Voices TV Show this Sunday on the HEROS AND ICONS TV show on WTSN Channel.  The program is ½ hour long and can be seen on Channels 36.1, 20.1, WOW 105 and Time Warner 3 and 14 every Sunday morning at 11:30 AM. Also Tuesdays and Thursdays episodes will be aired at 6:00 PM.  The Musgrave and Owens “Tri-State Voices” show will also be published daily in the City County Observer in our video section.

    The weekly episodes of the Tri-State Voices TV show will feature current topics and issues of importance to the Tri-State region.  Hosts will be well known political activists Mark Owen and Cheryl Musgrave.

    Cheryle Musgrave
    Cheryl Musgrave

    Mark Owen served two terms on the Vanderburgh County Council, one unexpired term as a Vanderburgh County Commissioner and twelve years as Democratic Party Chairman. Owen chaired successful campaign committees for former Evansville Mayor Jonathan Weinzapfel and U S Congressman  Ellsworth. Owen previously served as Executive Director of the Board of Public Works, Chairmen of the Board of Directors for Southwestern Healthcare, Inc. and is currently a Commissioner on the Vanderburgh County Sheriff’s Department Commission.  Owen works as a Broker Associate for F.C. Tucker /Emge Realtors.

    Cheryl Musgrave served ten years as the Vanderburgh County Assessor, two and a half years as Vanderburgh County Commissioner, and was appointed by Governor Mitch Daniels as Commissioner of the Indiana Department of Local Government Finance.  Ms. Musgrave currently serves on the Vanderburgh County Board of Zoning Appeals and the Evansville Redevelopment Commission.  She operates her own consulting firm, Musgrave Consulting LLC.

    The first show airs of the Tri-State Voices  show will be aired on Sunday, February 15, 2015 at 11:30 P M . The topic of this show will feature the recently passed controversial City of Evansville Residency Ordinance.  This ordinance requires all city board appointees to be residents of the City of Evansville.  The Residency Ordinance was initially passed by City Council, then vetoed by the Mayor.  The Council then voted to override the veto only to have the Mayor file a lawsuit.  The lawsuit is projected to cost the taxpayers $35,000 to $40,000.  Our guests are Josh Claybourn, attorney, supporting the Mayors position and opposing the ordinance.  The other guest is Lori Sherman, a bright young attorney who favors changing of the ordinance.

    This TV program is extremely informative with lively debate between Co-Hosts Cheryl Musgrave and Mark Owens.  Special guests Lori Sherman and Josh Claybourn also provides excitement to this most interesting program?


    1. oh i am so excited……..two people who would campaign at a funeral. I think I’ll stick with watching paint dry.

      • I think you are wrong about that. What “most” people want are the facts so they can make up their own minds.

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