March 13, 2023

HMM 03 – 13 – 23

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine:

We begin with Mark Dunlea talking with Nick Wurst of the Railroad Workers Union about recent derailments as well as ongoing labor issues.

Then, Marylyn Raleigh, a resident of Rensselaer, shares her concerns about the Dunn Landfill with Steve Pierce.

Later on, Caelan McPherson explores music and music-related organizations with Todd Mack, founder and director of Music in Common, and Tray Carlisle the programming coordinator for the Black Legacy Project.

After that, Sina talks with guest Shanice Fleming, founder of the Queenz Cut Flowers.

Finally, we hear about the upcoming storm from retired meteorologist Hugh Johnson.

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