September 29, 2021

HMM 09 – 29 – 21

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine,
We begin with another segment on the Poestenkill community meeting on PFOA contamination, this time with Judith Enck, the former EPA Regional administrator.
Then, for our peace bucket, we talk to John Amidon about Upstate Drone Action’s work to free whistleblower Daniel Hale.
Later on, we hear from Kiani Conley-Wilson about her race of Troy City Council in District 5.
After that, we hear from Willie Terry about a mass food distribution that took place in Troy on September 22.
Finally, Andrea talks with Opalka’s Curator Amy Griffin about the Exhibition “Pieced Together” at Albany Library’s Pine Hill Branch.

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