March 21, 2023

HMM 03 – 21 – 2023

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine,
We begin with The city of Albany recently restructured some of its departments into a new Neighborhood and Community Services Department. Brea Barthel spoke with Elissa Kane, the Deputy Commissioner in charge of the unit,

Then, Willie Janeway announced he will step down as the Adirondack Council executive director at the end of this summer. Mark Dunela speaks with Willie

Later on, Lavender spoke with audience members during the community meal portion of Sunday’s event, David Carpenter: “Science for the People”.

After that, Sina Basila Hickey tell us about the tree pruning event at the Sanctuary for Independent Media

Finally, Thom Francis brings us the weekly poetry segment. Alyssa Michelle is a mother, poet, self-published author, and spoken word artist.

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