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This week's guest on The Annapolis Podcast is Elvia Thompson. Elvia is the Co-Founder of Annapolis Green. Elvia talks to host Scott MacMullan about the beginnings of Annapolis Green and where it is now going. Annapolis Green works together with the local business community to facilitate networking and to protect our local environment.
Please enjoy a short Annapolis ghost story based in the 1700s. This is the first in a series of "stories" that myself and guests will be telling on the podcast. Please let me know if you have any interesting, creative, compelling, fun stories to tell.
This week's guest on The Annapolis Podcast is Carl Snowden. Mr. Snowden and I discuss his growing up in Annapolis in the 60's; his journey to becoming an Alderman for the city of Annapolis; his court case against the FBI in which Alan Legum represented him on, his thoughts on #oneannapolis organizer Da'juan Gay; his thoughts on current police and community relations in the city and his ideas for the future of Annapolis.
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Many thanks to The Annapolis Podcast's sponsor, Scarborough Capital Management. They can be found at www.scmadvice.com A managing partner of Scarborough, Greg Ostrowski, helped organized the West Annapolis Music and Food Festival. Greg is also a St. Mary's High School graduate.
This week's guest on The Annapolis Podcast is Councilman Chris Trumbauer. He talks to Host Scott MacMullan about meeting his wife for the first time when he was volunteering and how he is an interesting study in careers. (He worked for Department of Natural Resources for awhile, then worked as the West & Rhode Riverkeeper for 5 years. He currently works for the Hatcher Group, a communications and public affairs firm located on West Street.) He talks about how he got into politics and how he is inclusive in his leadership. The Councilman talks about one of his present resolutions that weighs in on the Federal government to detain undocumented immigrants in a local jail. (Scheduled to be voted on at the October 17th, 2016 County Council meeting.) Finally, Chris discusses what he would like to do if he was County Executive for a day (He's not running for County Executive.)
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This week's guest on The Annapolis Podcast is Judicial Candidate Claudia Barber. I asked her these questions, which were the same questions I asked the sitting judges. (I will always give equal time, when practical, to any candidates running for office.) Here are the questions I asked: What first brought you to the Annapolis area? Why did you initially want to become a judge? How would you represent the judiciary in the community? Why should people care who their judges are? If you were Mayor for a day in Annapolis and could wave your magic wand and get something done, what would you get done? What is your favorite restaurant in Annapolis? Who else would be a good guest to have on the podcast?
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