November 10, 2021

HMM 11 – 09 – 21

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine,
We begin by revisiting last weekend’s Climate March in Albany.
First Willie Terry speaks with various attendees about the importance of this demonstration, then Sina Basila Hickey catches up with Alexis Goldsmith throughout the event;
Later on, The Friends of the Mahicantuck join us to say that a positive declaration is needed for 1011 Second Avenue to study all potential impacts of a proposed apartment development;
After that, we get to know the More Music Less Violence campaign;
Finally, Hugh Johnson joins us for a meteorological update and climate change discussion

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