HMM 7 – 28 – 2020
Hello Capital Region! This is the Hudson Mohawk Magazine, broadcasting on WOOC-LP 105.3 FM Troy, WOOS-LP 98.9 FM Schenectady, WOOA-LP 106.9 FM Albany, and WCAA-LP 107.3 FM Albany, from the Sanctuary for Independent Media in Troy, NY.
Today, we discuss the Guilderland Planning Board meeting scheduled for Wednesday, in which the board will consider accepting the environmental impact statement for a development project in the Pinebush.
Then, Associate Professor of Law at Rutgers University, Alexis Karteron, talks about the presence of federal agents on U.S. streets and constitutional norms and remedies.
And later on, Amy Klein who is the Chief Executive Officer of Capital Roots, speaks about the importance of local food accessibility and its role in climate and social justice.
After that, we speak with a college freshman about how coronavirus is impacting his academic experience
Finally, Anne Rabe, the former director and Co-Founder of the statewide Citizens Environmental Coalition talks about grassroots organizing that the Citizens Environmental Coalition did surrounding Norlite.
But first some headlines…