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Media Recognition and Praising the Manchester Fire Department

(Hour 2a) Rich talked about feedback regarding his closing of the Girard at Large radio show, pointing out silence from Carol Robidoux’s ManchesterInkLink and attention from the Union Leader.  He then thanked A Question of Voter Fraud Anchor Ed Naile for his participation in the show, before sharing about a presentation last night in which the Manchester Fire Department was recognized and commenting on Union contracts.  Tune in to get all of the details!...

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Joyce Craig and the Queen City Elections

(Hour 1a) Rich opened up the show by displaying the difference in manpower between the Republican Party and the Democratic Party.  He then spoke about Mayoral candidate Joyce Craig’s campaign strategy, pointing out her handling of the opioid epidemic.  Tune in to get all of the...

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Queen City Conversations: Candidates and Concerned Citizens

(Hours 2a,b,c) Rich talked to Jon DiPietro, who is a candidate for School Board in Ward 6.  Rich and Jon began the segment by discussing statements made by Manchester Ink Link’s Carol Robidoux regarding political forums.   They were then joined by Ross Barry, who is Mayor Ted Gatsas’ campaign manager.  Ross commented on the mood of the public, among other things, before Jon shared more about issues in his Ward.  Finally, Rich spoke to Ward 10 Alderman Bill Barry.  Tune in to hear all of the details!    (Hour 2b) As Rich continued he spoke to Ward 3 Alderman...

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Ward 9 Debate: Alderman Barbara Shaw v. James Burkush

(Hours 3a,b,c) Rich talked to Alderman Barbara Shaw and James Burkush, who are running for Alderman in Ward 9.  Barbara began the segment by telling the listeners about her background.  James then came to the microphone to explain why he is running for the position.  Tune in to get all of the details! (Hour 3b) As the debate continued, Rich inquired about spending services and tax caps.  James shared his opinion about Union contracts and Barbara defended her decision to override the tax cap. (Hour 3c) Rich took a call from John in Hooksett, who inquired about whether the...

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Bob O’Sullivan – Candidate for Alderman in Ward 2

(Hour 3b) Rich talked to Bob O’Sullivan, who is a candidate for Alderman in Ward 2.  Bob began the segment by speaking about his personal life.  He then told Rich why he’s interesting in getting back into politics, how he feels about education and more.  Finally, they discussed his 30 – 60 – 90 Plan and took a call from Mike in Manchester, who shared his criticisms towards the plan.  Tune in to get the details! Publisher’s Note:  O’Sullivan stated after the interview that those committed to treatment his 30-60-90 plan would come out of the program without a...

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Mayor Ted Gatsas on the Opioid Crisis and City Projects

(Hours 3b,c) Rich talked to Manchester Mayor Ted Gatsas.  Their discussion addressed the following topics:  Safe Station funding Taking a look a prescription opioids What a housing solution looks like John in Hooksett about the Politicization of the opioid crisis Attempt to house Amazon’s second headquarters in Manchester (Hour 3c) Rich and the Mayor continued with: Rex Theatre deal The Mayor’s project Actions towards labor contracts Wine and Chocolate event And...

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On Air News Read for October 18, 2012

In a statement issued yesterday, Governor Christopher Sununu disclosed he and Drug Czar David Mara, who was a guest on our show yesterday, met with Manchester Mayor Ted Gatsas earlier this week to discuss Manchester’s efforts to combat the opioid epidemic.  He said the meeting with the mayor and other city officials was productive, acknowledging that the city had become a “regional access point” for thousands of people suffering from substance abuse.  Referencing the city’s Safe Station program, Sununu said it was quote “imperative that the state support these services” and announced, quote: “We worked to secure adequate funding...

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New Hampshire Drug Czar Discusses the Opioid Crisis

(Hours 1b,c,2a) Rich talked to David Mara, who is Governor Sununu’s Advisor on Addiction and Behavioral Health.  They began by speaking about David’s role, before discussing the opioid epidemic and the State’s response to it.  They then took a call from Patrick Long, who wanted to get involved in the conversation.  Tune in to get all of the details!   (Hour 1c) Rich continued with Mara for Public Safety This Week.  They resumed their coverage concerning what New Hampshire is doing and what Mara’s role is.  They addressed narcan-dependent users, safety concerns for public officials, the letter of the law...

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A Political Round-Table and Granite State Drug Statistics

(Hour 1c) Rich talked to retired officer Jim Gaudet for Public Safety This Week.  They began by discussing the uproar surrounding the political round-table event that is being organized by Ward 6 School Board candidate Jon DiPietro.  They then tackled the opioid epidemic, sharing about safe stations, the prescription of pills and more.  Tune in to get all of the...

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The Humble Host Interviews an Absent Joyce Craig

(Hours 3b,c) Rich started the segment by talking about Mayoral candidate Joyce Craig.  He then took a call from John Lyscars, who informed him about Education on Tap, an upcoming meeting that both Craig and Mayor Ted Gatsas are invited to.  Finally, he continued his interview with the absent Joyce Craig, focusing on education issues.  Tune in to get all of the details! (Hour 3c) As Rich continued his interview with the non-present Joyce Craig he inquired about her stance on the opioid epidemic, taxes and more.  Tune in to hear her responses!...

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