November 15, 2022

HMM 11 – 14 – 22

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine:

We begin with Alexis Goldsmith of Beyond Plastics talking with Mark Dunlea about pending legislation related to reducing plastic consumption.

Then, Moses Nagel brings us an update on Jordan Young, who faces a prison sentence while still recuperating from being shot by Albany police.

Later on, Mark Dunlea is back to talk with Poestenkill Town Board member Eric Wohlleber about recent state funding of $3.3 million for providing safe drinking water after PFOA contamination was found in town water supplies.

After that, Sina Basila Hickey talks with an organizer and vendors at the Troy Farmers Market about the transition from the streets of Troy to inside the Troy Atrium.

Finally, Hugh Johnson joins us for a look at this c-c-c-old weather.

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