We were delighted to welcome back Daniel Parrotta, Executive Director of Habitat for Humanity, who dropped by to tell us about an exciting new partnership with Cochise College. He was joined by Dr. Clyne Namuo, Dean of Business & Technology, who explained how the college’s construction students will be helping to build Habitat’s next home for a low-income family.
What are the city council’s goals and priorities? Will Douglas get a badly needed commercial port of entry? How did Sierra Vista fare in a recent poll of best places for families, and what are the continuing impacts of Prop 206 on local small businesses? These are some of the subjects we discussed with Eric Petermann of the Sierra Vista Herald during our first hour.
In our second hour occasional host Tim Cervantes talked to local musician and music promoter John Flanagan about the local entertainment scene and the ongoing efforts to provide venues to show local artists. Among those artists is Kira Gee, John’s granddaughter, who brought her guitar and treated us to some beautiful singing.