Above: Rte. 30 in Schoharie County the morning after flooding caused by Tropical Storm Irene. Photo by Flickr user aimlessbird, via the Watershed Post Flickr pool.
This week on the Watershed Post Half-Hour News Hour, we talk with Elizabeth Zicari, the Vice President of Clinical Services at HCR Home Care, and Chuck McCune, a building expert who runs a disaster housing company and a nonprofit called the Prizm Foundation.
Listen live at two times today by clicking the links below:
Also on today's radio show:
- Towns across the Catskills are struggling to comply with a new law that places a two percent tax cap on budget increases.
- In Andes, a resident has publicly accused the town’s highway superintendent, who is up for re-election, of being illiterate.
- The town of Sidney has voted unanimously to allow the Leatherstocking Gas Company to build a natural gas pipeline through the town.
- The Boiceville Supermarket IGA re-opened last Thursday after six weeks of being closed due to flood damage.
- Margaretville resident Lauren Davis, who is notorious for his dispute with the village of Margaretville over the management of the Binnekill Stream, has made a large donation to establish a university program on research into stream management.
- It’s been a rough week for signage in the Catskills.
- Get ready to meet your candidates this weekend.
- The weekly News Poem.
Listen to today's show below. You can listen to past editions of the show by clicking here.