August 24, 2021

HMM 08 – 24 – 21

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine,
We begin with a report on this week’s Tonko Tuesday event, focused on incineration and the Lafarge cement plant in Ravena, and the push to end “Polluter Welfare.”
Then, we hear about an upcoming film on the Edson Thevenin killing by a Troy police officer, and the city’s subsequent settlement with Thevinin’s family.
Later on, learn about planned improvements to Barker Park, recently approved by the City of Troy’s Finance Committee.
After that, curator George Spencer tells us why he chose deteriorating artwork for his exhibition opening this weekend.
Finally, Skate Jam will take place this weekend in Saratoga Springs. We get more information from the team behind OnDeck Saratoga.

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