We'll remember an environmental giant and founder of this program - Peter Berle. Ward continues to work in the EHD that is killing deer in the region, we'll have an update. It is getting colder, the water is rising. Finally. We'll talk about the geese, all the geese, the hundreds of thousands of millions of geese and their environmental impact. Ward loves to get your letters as well; today we will talk about what is up with a city-bound moose.
Great Barrington, MA – A legal aid organization in the Berkshires is providing assistance to residents who might otherwise fall through the cracks. Details from WAMC's Berkshire Bureau Chief, Carrie Saldo;
Pittsfield, MA – According to a report issued by the National Association of Community Health Centers, 56 million Americans have inadequate access to primary care because of shortage of doctors in their communities. WAMC's Berkshire Bureau Chief, Carrie Saldo, spoke with the president of Williamstown Medical Associates about the state of primary care in the Berkshires;
Albany, NY – Alan Chartock welcomes DMV Commissioner David Swarts. Swarts explains the new plan to issue driver's licenses to illegal immigrants. Hear why Swarts says the plan is good for public safety and how it will make New York safer. Also, Swarts responds to critics of the plan.
Albany, NY – (Airs: 11/02/07 and 11/03/07) The Legislative Gazette is a weekly program about New York State Government and politics. On this week's program: Criticism continues over Governor Spitzer's license plan, Our political observer Alan Chartock comments on his interview with NY's DMV commissioner who defends the license plan, and we'll look at the state of the Adirondack park.