In this week's show:

  • Ashley Knox of Go Beyond Greatness and Frank Mulhearn, the Ulster Boces coordinator for My Brother’s Keeper, talk about programs to inspire and engage students.  The 2019 Annual Young Adult Job Fair is on April 3rd at Kingston High School.
  • Karine Duteil of KaN Landscape Design talks about the impact of community-oriented design and her work on the Hasbrouck-Delaware Parklet and the YMCA Farm Project playground.  She also discusses her experience of the New York Build 2019 Expo and as a woman working in construction.  She highly recommends the book, The Mushroom at the End of the World: On the Possibility of Life in Capitalist Ruins by Anna Lowenhaupt Tsing.
  • Once in a Lifetime by Angelique Kidjo
  • City Meetings Report: updates on projects including Hutton Brickyards Glampground, the Kingstonian, and the boarding house at 106 West Chestnut Street at the Kingston Planning Board meeting on March 18th; Ulster County Legislature Minority Leader Ken Ronk and Majority Leader Jonathan Heppner make their annual addresses and a resolution to repeal a policy to disallow the likeness of elected officials on public service announcements.
  • What Else Happened: Ulster County Chair Tracey Bartels discusses the second Democratic caucus meeting to determine the Chair vote and the implications of the allegations against Legislator Hector Rodriguez with the Daily Freeman.  On March 21st, the Daily Freeman announced that Hector Rodriguez resigned from Chair of the Legislature's Economic Development Committee.  See the whole interview here.
  • Coming up Next Week: Legal Services of the Hudson Valley will have two attorneys on hand to explain tenant rights and how they can represent themselves in court, 1 p.m.-2:30 p.m. Saturday, March 23, at the Kirkland Building, 2 Main St. in Uptown Kingston.  Fore more information, call (845) 340-2003; I'll be moderating a panel for Women's History Month Kingston, Next Steps for #MeToo, this Sunday, March 24th, 2-3:30p at the Hudson Valley LGBTQ Community Center at 300 Wall Street; and City Meetings.  A special public hearing on the Kingstonian will be held on April 10th at 6p at City Hall.

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