Northfield Mayor Mary Rossing presented at an NDDC forum this morning, discussing, as noted in Ross’ NDDC blog post, “the City of Northfield’s plans for financing the Capital Improvement Plan and [the] work to address the budget shortfall in the 2010 budget and a similar challenge for the 2011 budget.”
Click play to listen. 1 hour, 13 minutes. Or download the MP3.
Truth be told, it was only me who was grumpy this week (see photo) as we reviewed our podcast and ongoing online discussion with Mayor Mary Rossing. (I’ve turned off comments here. Continue the discussion attached to the Feb. 1 podcast with the mayor.)
Click play to listen. 30 minutes:
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We’re having Northfield Mayor Mary Rossing on our show today, live at 6 pm on KYMN 1080 AM. (The photo is from our January, 2009 podcast.)
Do you have questions for her that you’d like us to consider asking? (Note the word consider, please.) If so, attach a comment here or use our Contact Us form.
Update: 2/2, 7:25 am: Ross wasn’t able to attend. And the live show went for a full hour. Yikes!
Click play to listen. 60 minutes:
You can also download the MP3 or subscribe to the podcast feed, or subscribe directly with iTunes. Our radio show/podcast, Locally Grown, usually airs Mondays at 6:00 PM and Sundays at 10 AM on KYMN 1080 AM.
I’ve been a fan of ‘separated at birth’ since the days of Spy Magazine, so when I saw Northfield Mayor Mary Rossing in the HideAway Coffeehouse and Winebar last week with someone who looked somewhat like her, I paused. It turns out, her sister Jane Rossing (a regular visitor to LoGroNo, she contends) was paying a visit to Northfield. On the right: a current favorite ‘separated at birth.’
Saturday’s Tour d’ Art bike tour (part of ArtSwirl) began with a dedication ceremony for the Peggy Prowe Pedestrian Bridge, part of the Mill Towns Trail.
See the album of 28 photos, the large slideshow, or this small slideshow:
Northfield Mayor Mary Rossing was one of the Memorial Day speakers at Northfield Area Veterans Memorial in Riverside Park on Monday. Her speech was why it’s important that all citizens serve others, their nation, and their community.
Click play to listen. 10 minutes. And hear the audio of the entire Memorial Day service on KYMN’s blog.
Let it not be said that shopping in downtown Northfield is strictly a highbrow experience. To wit, see this educational display at Present Perfect. That our mayor is the purveyor of this type of material is, IMHO, impressive. I plan to get my Xmas shopping done early this year.