June 06, 2023

HMM 06 – 05 – 23

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine:

We begin with Mark Dunlea’s look at the effort by Sierra Club’s Atlantic Chapter to have the state regulate or ban the spread of “sewage sludge” contaminated with PFOAs and other harmful chemicals.

Later on comes Alisha Washington’s interview with Kristen Dart, a candidate for Commissioner of Public Safety in Saratoga’s upcoming election.

After that Moses Nagel talks with Sarah Rogerson of Albany Law School about the legal status of the migrants arriving in the Capital region from New York City.

Then, Brea brings us another round of book recommendations by Ian Houck from Troy Public Library.

Finally, retired meteorologist Hugh Johnson joins us to discuss the seasons, the crazy weather, and the forecast for the upcoming week in the capital region.

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