September 20, 2022

HMM 09 – 19 – 22

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine:

We begin with Mark Dunlea’s report from the Lights Out Norlite update on September 15th.

Then, Corinne Carey brings us her next Election Watch 2022 profile, this time on Rensselaer County Court Judge Debra Young, who is running for re-election.

Later on, Brea Barthel welcomes Ian Hauck, the new head of adult services at Troy Public Library, for his first segment of book recommendations and activities updates.

After that, Water Justice Lab Youth Fellow Muzzamil Moate talks with Scott Kellogg of Radix Ecological Sustainability Center during a visit to “floating islands” in the Hudson River.

And our show wraps up with our weekly chat with retired National Weather Service meteorologist Hugh Johnson about current climate issues and a weather forecast for the week.

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