HMM 9 – 9-20
Hello Capital Region! This is the Hudson Mohawk Magazine, broadcasting from the Sanctuary for Independent Media in Troy, NY.
Health experts and Cohoes residents have sent a letter to DEC outlining concerns over a study the DEC is designing to investigate possible AFFF contamination from the Norlite incinerator. We speak to Chris Sevinksy, a Cohoes resident who holds a PhD in biochemistry.
Longtime peace activist Kevin Zeese passed away unexpectedly on Sunday. Peace Bucket host Mark Dunlea looks back on interviews Zeese did with HMM.
We continue our conversation with Deacon Jerry Ford Jr, about his origin story as a community leader.
A resolution supporting a proposed rezoning of 1011 2nd Avenue in Lansingburgh is on the agenda at Thursday’s Troy City Council meeting, but not every stakeholder may be allowed to speak at the meeting. We speak with Jess Bennett of Friends of the Mahicantuck.
Equality for Troy activist Ken Zeoli and his attorney Matt Toporowski were in court today addressing charges stemming from August 21st, when Zeoli says he was violently arrested by Troy Sergeant Sean Kittle for requesting a complaint form. … but first, some headlines.