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Southwest Suburban Cable Commission

Southwest Suburban Cable CommissionThe Southwest Suburban Cable Commission (SWSCC) represents the cities of Eden Prairie, Edina, Hopkins, Minnetonka and Richfield, and manages the public, educational and governmental (PEG) access channels available to CenturyLink and Comcast cable television subscribers.

The SWSCC consists of two representatives from each member city for a total of 10 representatives. The SWSCC retains the law firm of Moss and Barnett to provide administrative and legal services. Brian Grogan serves as the Commission's administrator and attorney.

The member cities jointly enforce the cable television franchises with Comcast and CenturyLink. The SWSCC was established pursuant to Minnesota Statute § 238.081 Subdivision 101 for the purposes of coordinating administration and enforcement of each member city's franchise to ensure that cable systems are constructed, operated, maintained and upgraded in a manner that maximizes benefits to all cable subscribers and each member city.

The playback of educational and public access programming for SWSCC member cities — called Southwest Community Television — is coordinated by the City of Edina and its community television administrator.

For more information about cable television in Eden Prairie, click here to access Cable TV FAQs.