"Neighborhood Voice" on COVID-19

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Today:   Urban Land Institute member Christopher Kunz and ULI staffer Tom Eitler are on "Regionally Speaking" with details of a committee's final report to Hammond city officials on the upgrading of the downtown Hammond master plan.  The plan has been under discussion since 2019. (Pictured above is a view of State Street, taken in the 1950s.)  Another COVID-19 conversation from "Neighborhood Voice" is also on the program, about how Northwest Indiana Community Action, a social service agency, adapts to the needs of residents during the pandemic.  


Today:    Indiana political analyst Andy Downs is on "Regionally Speaking" to talk about what's happened or about to happen during the 2021 General Assembly session, including the review of bills for the next two-year state budget.  There are conversations on "Neighborhood Voice" from the Legacy Foundation and  from the Welcome Project at Valparaiso University ,   Indiana Public Broadcasting reporter Rebecca Thiele also has another "one year later" conversation during the COVID-19 pandemic -- this time she checks back with an Indianapolis supermarket butcher who contracted the virus since their first conversation.