HMM 12 – 12 – 22
Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine:
We begin with Mark Dunlea talking with Bob Cohen of Citizen Action about the advocacy group’s concerns regarding New York State’s Climate Action Council’s upcoming plan outlining the scope of the Council’s work.
Then, Moses Nagel reports on the December 5th meeting of the Albany Common Council.
Later on, my co-host Blaise Bryant talks with Julie Farrar with the New York Caring Majority about the push to get fair pay for home care workers.
After that, Mark returns with a 2021 archive piece about how the group Building Blocks Together assists low-income individuals in communities, such as the South End of Albany and other communities usually redlined by banks, in buying and rehabbing homes.
Finally, retired meteorologist Hugh Johnson is not available for our usual weekly chat, but Sina Basila Hickey brings us a recording of the candle lighting ceremony at the end of the Sanctuary’s community holiday celebration held this past Saturday.