Locally Grown: show for week of 10.08.06

locally_grown_team_minus_ross.jpgFor this week’s show, we reviewed issues from last year’s episodes that are still current, including:

downtown streetscape, library expansion, sidewalk dining, liquor store relocation, Q-Block, traffic light at Hwy 3, etc.

You won’t hear Ross Currier’s voice today, as he was evidently interviewing for a hosting job on another radio talk show. So we punished him by inserting a little theme music at the start and end of the show without his permission.

Click play to listen (30 minutes). You can also download the MP3 File, subscribe to the podcast feed, or subscribe with iTunes. The show airs and streams on the web on Tuesdays at 4:30 PM on KRLX 88.1 FM.

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  1. Ross Currier said:

    …well, I only listened to a few minutes of your podcast before I had to say that although I, personally, am open to considering “swapping” the library for the city hall, the thought, personally, of turning the Historic Carnegie Library into a city hall is not a pleasant one…

    …but that does not necessarily represent the thoughts of the NDDC or the Planning Commission…

    October 10, 2006
  2. Stephen Cade said:

    We love to listen to you guys down here in Guatemala. It feels like we are in the basement of Sayles…You are guys are great and thanks for all the great news about Northfield. (The greatest Dundas suburb of all.)

    October 11, 2006

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