KFAI's 106.7FM Off The Air

Our transmitter site on the West St. Paul Water Tower is under construction until at least June of 2019.  In the meantime, you can listen to 90.3 on our expanded signal and always online and on-demand at www.KFAI.org. 

 

Our transmitter site on the West St. Paul Water Tower is under construction until at least June of 2019.  In the meantime, you can listen to 90.3 on our expanded signal and always online and on-demand at www.KFAI.org.

KFAI's 106.7FM Off The Air

Our transmitter site on the West St. Paul Water Tower is under construction until at least June of 2019.  In the meantime, you can listen to 90.3 on our expanded signal and always online and on-demand at www.KFAI.org.

KFAI's 106.7FM Off The Air

KFAI Board of Directors December meeting notice and agenda

Dec 13 2018

This month’s meeting of the KFAI Fresh Air Board of Directors takes place Monday, December 17, 2018 at 6:30 p.m.

NOTE: This is one week earlier than usual, due to the regular meeting date falling on Christmas Eve.

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KFAI Minneculture 'Live From Minnesota Mixtape' cassette release party at the Turf Club, Saturday Dec. 15

Nov 03 2018

KFAI’s MinneCulture 'Live from Minnesota Mixtape' cassette release party will be held at the Turf Club in St. Paul on Saturday, Dec. 15. The cassette release show will feature performances by Pornonono, Jayanthi Kyle, See More Perspective and more special guests.

Doors open at 7:00 pm; music starts at 8:00 pm

$10 suggested donation goes to KFAI Community Radio

Turf Club

1601 University Ave. W., St Paul, MN 55104

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KFAI Bylaws amendment approved and ratified by a vote of volunteers

Nov 16 2018

An amendment to the KFAI Bylaws adopted earlier this year by the Fresh Air Board of Directors has been approved and ratified by a vote of volunteers.

Eighty-nine volunteers (of 245 eligible voters) participated in the approval/ratification process. All 89 votes were in favor of the Bylaws change; there were no “No” votes cast. Unlike an election where a simple majority of votes determines the outcome, changes to the KFAI Bylaws additionally require a quorum — a minimum of 25 percent of all eligible voters — to participate or the proposed change fails, regardless of the outcome of the Yes-No vote. The 89 voters constituted 36 percent of eligible volunteers, and exceeded the quorum necessary to pass.

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