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Stand up Hudson Valley will be moving to Wednesdays during the nice weather.
However, in light of the late Friday release of the Draft Generic Environmental Impact Statement (DGEIS) for the 507 Acre annexation, we will have a special, shortened edition of the show tonight.
Please listen to this special show, which will run about one hour. The phone lines will be open for your comments, as usual.
John & Emily
Please tune in to Stand Up Hudson Valley Episode 20 tonight at 7 PM. Hosts John Allegro and Emily Convers will discuss the latest on "Salt-gate," the manufactured controversy that has roiled the relationship between the Town Board and the Monroe Highway Superintendant over the past months. It's so bad that the April 20 Town Board meeting degenerated into a shouting match between the Supervisor and the Hwy. Superintendant that lasted about an hour.
All this prior to announcing a "rules of civility" for meeting attendees.
John and Emily will also detail the plan by the KJPE to drive down property values through annexation. Also, how this annexation - if passed - will have grave consequences on the MW School District and our childrens' education.
Stand Up Hudson Valley is a live, call in podcast, where public comment is not only welcome, its encouraged. Even if it's NOT ON THE AGENDA!
Join hosts John Allegro and Emily Convers for "Stand Up Hudson Valley" episode 19.
Tonight, we'll speak with a special guest named Michelle. Michelle has a troubling story to tell about her interactions with the Town of Monroe Dog Control Officer, who approached her home twice in one week with questionable motives.
We'll also recap this week's Orange County Forum on the Kiryas Joel Annexation, which was held on April 16th at Central Valley Elementary.
And of course, all calls are welcome. "Stand Up Hudson Valley" is a live, call-in podcast, where pulic comment is not only allowed, it's welcome. Even if it's NOT on the agenda!
Join hosts John Allegro and Emily Convers for "Stand Up Hudson Valley" episode 18.
We have breaking news this week - a Woodbury to Kiryas Joel annexation plan is in the works. It was reported in the latest "Hakiryah" - the local Kiryas Joel newspaper.
We are working on obtaining more translated details, and hope to have them by showtime.
PETER MARTIN MATHSTRAVAGANZA!!!
The last Monroe Town Board meeting was chock full o' legendary Peter Martin quotes and calculations regarding the former Monroe Cinema, now affectionately referred to as TWACC
Tune in tonight!
THE ROAD HAWGS RADIO NETWORK - FREE ROAD REPORT - BIKE NITE ORGANIZERS & F&J RACING
The organizers for the Thunder Nites in Newton Bike Night which is a nonprofit reorganization of Weekend Pit Stop created by a group of friends to promote and share all that Newton has to offer. Located just 30 miles east of Des Moines off I-80 (exit 164 or exit 168) This event, all but surrounds the Downtown Square, is held the 2nd Friday of May to September.
Also joining me will be the good people of F & J Racing to share all there is about their 20th Annual Blessing of the Bikes in Marshalltown, Iowa on Saturday May 9th
THE ROAD HAWGS RADIO NETWORK - CLASSIC CHROME - CELEBRATING THE KNUCKLEHEAD PART 1 PRE-WAR
Special Guests: Matt Olsen, Restorer, Builder at Carl’s Cycle Supply David Monahan, Collector, Historian Anthony Rutledge, Collector, Historian
In 1936, Harley Davidson began a new era in their history with the introduction of the overhead valve v-twin model known as the Knucklehead. Prior to this motor introduction, Harley Davidson was primarily known for its sidevalve and F-Head powerplants that combined both overhead and sidevalve technology. The Knucklehead marked the first production run of an entirely OHV model and would forever turn the course of design for the Milwaukee-based company. The Harley Davidson Knucklehead was produced for 11 years, from 1936-1947 and has remained as one of the most desired collector’s pieces for decades now. Of these years, the models produced prior to World War II have remained as the king when it comes to value and rarity.
THE ROAD HAWGS RADIO NETWORK - CLASSIC CHROME RADIO LIVE
Classic Chrome host Buck Carson is live on location at the Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth, Texas for the 2015 Pate Transportation Meet. This massive swap meet and antique show is open to automobiles and motorcycles both. Hundreds of antique motorcycles are on display at the AMCA Cherokee Chapter booth, where there is a Concours d'Elegance Show taking place all weekend. Join us on Saturday, May 2nd as we sit down with some of the giant players in the motorcycle industry!
THE ROAD HAWGS RADIO NETWORK - CLASSIC CHROME - VINTAGE MOTORCYCLING
Special Guests: Buzz Kanter, Editor and Owner of American Iron Magazine
This week on Classic Chrome, we sit down with friend of the program Buzz Kanter. Kanter is the owner and editor of American Iron Magazine, but more importantly is a dedicated lover of old motorcycles. A veteran of 3 Motorcycle Cannonballs, Buzz has also achieved many other feats in motorcycle racing. Hear about some exciting upcoming vintage events that Buzz is organizing, as well as hear some of his tales of racing on the track and across the country.
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