Best Municipal podcasts we could find (Updated September 2018)
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Municipal Equation is a podcast about cities and towns in changing times. Created by the North Carolina League of Municipalities. Producer/host/music Ben Brown.
Various municipal meetings taking place at Oakdale city hall in Oakdale, MN.
Connecting national or statewide issues to the solutions provided by Colorado's cities and towns. Produced by the Colorado Municipal League.
Various municipal meetings taking place at Vadnais Heights city hall.
Municipal Mania
Podcast by RVA Dirt
City Quick Connect is an extension of the Municipal Association's City Connect blog giving listeners yet another way to get timely information about topics important to cities and towns.
Various municipal meetings taking place at Mahtomedi city hall.
Various municipal meetings taking place at North Saint Paul city hall.
Various municipal meetings taking place in the Dellwood, Grant, and Willernie area.
Get the latest updates on all the news affecting local governments in Oklahoma!
White Bear Lake Municipal Meetings including White Bear Lake Conservation District meetings
Various municipal meetings taking place at Birchwood Village town hall in Birchwood Village, MN.
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A little while back, we began talking with police chiefs for a video series on what they're doing to tackle the surging opioid problem locally -- and sat upright at the different approaches of chiefs Tom Bashore in Nashville, N.C., and Bill Hollingsed in Waynesville, N.C. They're seeing results, even as one of the chiefs said this approach init ...…
Before we dive back into politics as usual, this week we paused to reflect and expound on who we are and why we do what we do. Enjoy.
We revisit the intersection of drones, local government and public need with a trip to Holly Springs, North Carolina, a small town innovating nationally with a pilot project to see commercial food delivery by way of drone. As you can imagine, it's stuffed with logistical and policy questions. Sushi delivery in Iceland ...…
Jessee took one for the RVA Team and dropped in on that dang training camp a few weeks ago. So this week, the RVA Dirt girls team discuss the problematic nature of the team's name and the finances behind the camp.
On this week's episode of Municipal Mania, we interview Goad Gatsby and Zeno about the events in Charlottesville on A11 and A12 in remembrance of Heather Heyer. We also expand the discussion to the counter protests to Unite The Right 2 in DC. The main focus of the discussion is about a perspective that may have been missed by many media outlets ...…
RVA Dirt highlights updates on many current city issues including Stone Brewery Bistro, Westhampton School, and Carver Elementary SOLs.
Here's an encore of a favorite: Games Over Gangs. Those dang video games. Can't pull the kids away from them. And there's one city using that to its advantage -- with an innovative partnership that's actually teaching video game development to local youths from a rough neighborhood (yes, they jumped at the offer to become game developers), affo ...…
Update on the fight for justice and reformation and an interview with Princess Blanding.
Join CML Executive Director Sam Mamet in making the connection between statewide transportation funding challenges and municipal infrastructure solutions with the help of Independence Institute President Jon Caldara, Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce President and CEO Kelly Brough, and Sheridan City Manager Devin Granbery.…
An discussion about the North of Broad Development.
RVA Dirt sits down with Shonda Harris-Muhammed to talk about Northside Coalition for Children's annual back to school rally and Amy Wentz to talk about Blackwell historic district.
It's summer, and beach towns all along the coast are each receiving thousands and thousands of visitors from across the U.S. Take Atlantic Beach, N.C., for example. It has a year-round population of about 1,500, but in the summer months that number surges to roughly 50,000. How in the world does such a small community -- with limited staffing a ...…
Muni Replay! Here's one of our most popular episodes. Meanwhile, we're headed to the coast to record a special live episode, which we'll bring you soon! When you think of downtown alleys, what comes to mind? Bad associations, maybe? The place to avoid at night? Ever since childhood, Americans have had the general impression that alleyways are d ...…
Interview with 9th District Councilman Michael Jones.
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