Regionally Speaking, Tuesday, January 21, 2020

Jan 21, 2020

Hanover Community School Corp. Superintendent Mary MacAuley is on "Regionally Speaking" to talk about the south Lake County school district's capital improvement project and the request for patron support -- as a question that will appear on the May 5th election ballot.
Credit Hanover Community Schools website

Today:  We bring back our conversation with Wabash College student and Indiana College Republicans leader Isaiah Mears, on the state Young GOP organization's partnering with a national team to come up with a conversation on climate change.  We also have another "Building Northwest Indiana" conversation from the Construction Advancement Foundation.   And Hanover Community School Corporation Superintendent Mary MacAuley is with us to talk about the south Lake County school district's $79 million capital improvement project and their request for patron support, when it comes up as a question on the May 5th primary election ballot. More information can be found here.   We also have another conversation from the Welcome Project at Valparaiso University.  Today, a Gary senior remembers the neighborhood of her childhood.

Northwest Indiana financial advisor Greg Hammer talks about the recently-enacted "Secure Act," which has several changes for retirement plans that include new benefits for spousal IRAs and immunity for employers who sponsor an employee 401(k) retirement plan.