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Editorial: New Year's Resolutions

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MONTGOMERY, AL (WSFA) - Resolutions abound as the new year rolls in and the WSFA team will join you in making them. 

We resolve to remain committed to quality news coverage and service to your community in the coming year. 

We will expand our news and public affairs programming offerings on WSFA and WSFA 12.2 in the coming year and add members to our news team. 

We will enhance our content on our community web pages on WSFA.COM to offer you more news from your neighborhood. 

We'll upgrade our WSFA mobile offerings with special focus on weather content.    

We will continue to assist growth for area businesses through innovative offerings like Clickable Television, Business Breaks and Web Directories.

We will continue to support numerous community events and programs that make our quality of life better. 

Most importantly, we will be responsive to your concerns and feedback. 

Happy New Year!      

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