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Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine,
We begin with Mark Dunlea and New York Public Interest Research Group’s Blair Horner discussing how best to replace New York’s State’s Joint Commission on Public Ethics, or JCOPE, with another approach to oversee ethics issues with state officials.
Then, Alexis Goldsmith interviews with Dr. Clifford Lau, a chemist leading a citizen air-quality monitoring program near an ethane cracker plastics plant in Pennsylvania.
Later on, Aileen Javier talks with Angela Kaufman from Saratoga’s Lake View Mobile Home Park about possible retaliation against her by the park’s new owner in response to her advocacy there.
After that, we re-broadcast an interview by Meghan Marohn with David Borton about his decisions to build a solar home and a solar boat.
And we end with our weekly live discussion with retired meteorologist Hugh Johnson, this time with a look at tornadoes and, of course, regional weather.