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Councilman Bill Gates Features T-Gen, Silent Witness, Mom’s Pantry in Gateway to Phoenix SegmentsCouncilman Bill Gates Features T-Gen, Silent Witness, Mom’s Pantry in Gateway to Phoenix Segments<div class="ExternalClass2491E5DF14F24228AE4A099DE9E9637D"><p>​Phoenix City Councilman Bill Gates featured Silent Witness, T-Gen and Mom’s Pantry, in three short segments of Gateway to Phoenix, his monthly online and cable video show.<br><br>In the first show, Councilman Gates talks with a long-time board member, Rollie Trayte, about Silent Witness, a program that has been encouraging citizen involvement in crime prevention for 35 years. This segment is viewable online at: <a href="http://lists.phoenix.gov/t/1265308/341381/15974/3/">https://youtu.be/VD6etbCwL6E</a>. <br><br>In the second segment, the councilman gets an update on exciting new Alzheimer’s research underway at the Translational Genomic Research Institute from T-Gen's Director of Public Affairs Brandy Wells. This segment is viewable online at: <a title="https://youtu.be/8IH3FTLWhg8 Cmd+Click or tap to follow the link" href="http://lists.phoenix.gov/t/1265308/341381/15971/6/">https://youtu.be/8IH3FTLWhg8</a>. <br><br>In his final segment, he hosts Matthew Benidt and Joe Martinez from Mom’s Pantry, a local non-profit community food bank located in District 3 that helps families in need put food on their tables. This segment is viewable online: <a href="http://lists.phoenix.gov/t/1265308/341381/15972/9/">https://youtu.be/BpxBujitzC8</a>. <br><br>More council shows are viewable on the city’s YouTube channel accessible from the city website at phoenix.gov. </p></div>10/13/2015 6:00:00 PMDavid Urbinato602-495-5405