May 05, 2022

HMM 05 – 05 – 22

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine:

First up, Mark Dunlea talks with Rob Hayes of Environmental Advocates about the standards for PFAS chemicals necessary to ensure water quality;

Then, Roaming Labor Correspondent Willie Terry brings us some voices from the Albany celebration of International Workers Day last Saturday;

Later on, Michael Lozman joins us live to talk about the planned Capital District Jewish Holocaust Memorial Museum;

After that, Andrea Cunliffe talks with Steve Ridler about the Troy Farmers Market moving outdoors for the season;

Finally, kicking off a new weekly initiative in this time slot, to give community groups a chance to drop in to tell us what they’re up to, we’re joined live by Doug Bullock of the Solidarity Committee of the Capital District.

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