Talk of the Sound Radio will air Friday from 11am to 12pm with your host Talk of the Sound Managing Editor Bob Cox along with Talk of the Sound Editor Matthew Pryce.
Stories we will be discussing today include:
- EXCLUSIVE: Water Main Breaks on Webster Avenue Likely Connected to Church Fire in Downtown New Rochelle
- New Rochelle Police Department Releases Annual Report for 2010
- Davids Island Task Force Public Outreach Meeting Tonight at 7 PM at City Hall
- City Council Meets to Hear Presentation on Revised Forest City Plan for Echo Bay; Passes MOU Extension, Vet Storm Out
- REPRINT FROM APRIL 2010: All About ICLEI – A Seven Part Series on the Radical Group Behind “GreenNR”
- Bring Out Your Trees! Bring Out Your Trees! New Rochelle Christmas Tree Pickup Resumes Next Week
New Rochelle Civil Service Meeting Rescheduled for Next Week
Iona College Announces Appointment of Joseph E. Nyre, President and CEO of the Hope Institute, as its New President
Pair Involved in New Rochelle Machete Murder Took Twisted Path to 309 North Avenue
This Friday, Talk of the Sound Radio will review of some of the top stories on Talk of the Sound from the previous week. We will have our newsmaker interview. This week our guest will be New Rochelle Council Member Richard St. Paul. We will get this take on Noam Bramson’s temper tantrum during Tuesday’s City Council meeting. Matthew will run down the Talk of the Sound Community Calendar. We may even get a call from Abdul from Division Street and his “tip of the week”.
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