February 16, 2024

HMM 02 – 15 – 24

Today, on the Hudson Mohawk Magazine:

First, Elizabeth (EP) Press spoke with Troy Mayor Carmella Mantello about her first five weeks in office.

Then, Hunter Wallace of the Independent Living Center of the Hudson Valley discusses the resources needed for Troy’s people dealing with houselessness.

Later on, we have part one of Willie Terry’s interview with Sean Collins, Troy Area Labor Council President and Labor Organizer for Service Employees International Union (SEIU).

After that, Isabella LaForte chatted with Grannies for Peace at their 2023 Valentine’s Day protest.

Finally, Marshall Hildreth interviewed owner and operator Rachel Anne of the Capital Region’s first ever cat café, The Pretty Paw Lounge.

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