This week's guest on The Annapolis Podcast is Chris Jimenez. Chris is the operations manager for the Annapolis SPCA. Chris talks to host Scott MacMullan about how he defines "a true animal lover." The beginnings of the Annapolis SPCA in the 1920s is discussed. Chris talks about how he could care less about the breed of an animal; the focus should be on the temperament of the animal. Chris and host Scott MacMullan talk about the potential law changes that could help the Annapolis SPCA. Dog fighting and the Michael Vick case are discussed, and the interesting positive spin on Vick's national case regarding dog fighting. Dog fighting and it's correlation with drugs in our city is examined. Chris discusses how the foreclosure crisis and Annapolis housing directly impacts our pet population. Service dogs, and their unique role in our city, are talked about. Finally, Chris talks about what he would do if he was Mayor of Annapolis and could help out our pet population. Please tune in, share and subscribe to the podcast. Chris is a true class act, gentleman and gentle giant, who should be continuously recognized for what he is doing at the Annapolis SPCA.
This week's guest on The Annapolis Podcast is Former Annapolis Mayor Josh Cohen. Josh talks about growing up in Annapolis. We candidly talks about his academic struggles at St. John's College. Crystal Springs, traffic congestion and crime are all discussed. Notably, Josh candidly talks about what he would have done differently in the Mayoral race against now Mayor Mike Pantelides. Josh answers the question of whether he is going to run for Mayor or not. He also hints at another contender in the Mayor's race.
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This week's guest on The Annapolis Podcast is Jay Fleming. Jay has spent the past three years actively documenting all aspects of the fascinating and rapidly changing way of life of those who make their living from the resources of the Chesapeake Bay. He has travelled thousands of miles around the Bay's watershed, photographed hundreds of individuals, and dozens of fisheries: with the goal of documenting all aspects of the industry. From underwater shots of watermen diving for oysters, to crabs shedding their shells, to incredibly poignant portraits of workers in packing houses, Jay will illustrate the full spectrum of the industry in his first book, Working the Water. Fleming hopes that his documentation will accurately depict the different businesses that depend on the water as well as portray the cultures on and around the water.
Please listen, share and subscribe to the podcast. Next week's guest is former Mayor Cohen. He answers the question what he would have done differently in his last mayoral election.