Save Open Space Burlington (SOS-B) is a citizens group organizing around a vision of publicly owned, accessible, interconnected green spaces in the city. More information at www.saveopenspaceburlington.org
Host Andy Simon sits down with AJ Rossman and Dan Cahill, Land Steward for Burlington Parks, Recreation and Waterfront, to discuss the Cambrian Rise development.
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Andy Simon hosts a roundtable discussion with Emma Redden, Eric Maier, and Parker Beaupré about their work on the recent Infinite for Mayor campaign in Burlington, Vermont.
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Andrew Simon speaks with AJ Rossman, of Cambrian Watch, and Tony Redington, from the Pine Street Coalition.
Andy Simon of SOS-B recieves a report back from Ibnar Avilix Stratibus and Genese Grill regarding the Fearless Cities/Ciudades sin Miedo conference in Barcelona, Spain.
Hosts Andy Simon and Ruby Perry speak with Dr. Genese Grill and Amey Radcliffe (Gotham City Graphics), both South End artists and members of the Coalition for a Livable City, about Design for a Livable City.
Andy Simon and Ruby Perry, both of Save Open Space-Burlington (SOS-B), discuss New Park, Old Problems: Update on the former BC land with Charles Simpson, of the Coalition for a Livable City.
Andy Simon and Ruby Perry, both of Save Open Space-Burlington (SOS-B), speak with Mike Winslow, Staff Scientist for The Lake Champlain Committee.
Ibnar Avilix of the South End Alliance and Save Open Space-Burlington, sspeaks with Hazardous Site Manager with the Agency of Natural Resources, Hugo Martinez Cazón on the the 'Leddy Park Pile', Brownfiled clean-up and other develpment...
Andy Simon, South End resident and member of Save Open Space-Burlington, speaks with Ruby Perry, Organizer with Save Open Space-Burlington, July Sanders, ONE resident and member of Burlington Progressive Party, and Martha Molpus, Ward 4/7 NPA...
Mix, mingle, and dive into the decades at CCTV's 35th-anniversary events on May 30th and June 13th! Looking forward and looking back! Local media now more than ever keeps the democratic muscles in shape.