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Monday, April 30, 2018 by Austin Monitor

Austin Monitor Radio: The ARCH

On this week’s show, Front Steps Executive Director Greg McCormack joins Austin Monitor freelancer Caleb Pritchard to talk about the challenges and future of the Austin Resource Center for the Homeless. Listen in; the entire show is embedded below.The Austin…

Wednesday, April 18, 2018 by Elizabeth Pagano

Austin Monitor Radio: District 9 candidate Danielle Skidmore

This week, Danielle Skidmore joins Austin Monitor freelancer Caleb Pritchard and editor Elizabeth Pagano to talk about why she’s running for City Council’s District 9 seat, how she prepared for the challenge, and what she hopes to tackle if elected.…

Monday, April 9, 2018 by Elizabeth Pagano

Austin Monitor Radio: District 1 candidate Natasha Harper-Madison

This week, Natasha Harper-Madison joins Austin Monitor freelancer Caleb Pritchard and editor Elizabeth Pagano to talk about why she’s running for City Council’s District 1 seat and what led her into local politics. To hear her take on local issues,…

Monday, April 2, 2018 by Elizabeth Pagano

Austin Monitor Radio: Dockless bike share

What is dockless bike share? Is it coming to Austin? City of Austin active transportation manager Laura Dierenfield and bike share program manager David Orr join Austin Monitor freelancer Caleb Pritchard and editor Elizabeth Pagano to answer those questions and…

Tuesday, March 13, 2018 by Elizabeth Pagano

Austin Monitor Radio: CodeNEXT Draft 3

In this week’s show, Planning and Zoning Director Greg Guernsey and Assistant Director Jerry Rusthoven sit down with Austin Monitor freelancer Caleb Pritchard and editor Elizabeth Pagano to talk about the third draft of CodeNEXT. This is the final draft of…

Monday, March 5, 2018 by Austin Monitor

Austin Monitor Radio: Margaret Gómez

This week, Precinct 4 Travis County Commissioner Margaret Gómez sits down with Austin Monitor freelancer Caleb Pritchard and editor Elizabeth Pagano in a special live broadcast to talk about why she is seeking a seventh (!) term on the Commissioners…

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