January 23, 2018

Radio Golden Episode #4: The “My Eminent Domain is Bigger Than Yours” edition, special guest Nathan Richie of the Golden History Museums, youth access to tobacco products, and more.

We published Episode #4 about a week ago. We had a great time, focusing mostly on the latest shenanigans and on a terrific interview with Golden History Museums director Nathan Richie.

We also experimented in this episode with a different format. In response to a listener suggestion (thanks Eric!), instead of a shorter episode with a separate extended interview, we recorded everything in a single podcast. The show is longer (about 50 minutes) but we didn’t break up our conversation with our guest. Let us know what you think!

On episode #4 you’ll hear:

  • 02:03 – Jeffco’s beltway shenanigans at the State Legislature
  • 14:21 – GURA’s new parking lot
  • 18:12 – Windy Saddle’s request for a liquor license for their outdoor seating
  • 22:35 – A conversation with Nathan Richie, the director of the Golden History Museums
  • 40:45 – Getting Involved
  • 44:00 – The Mailbox
  • 44:37 – Community Chatter

And here are some links related to some of the issues we brought up during podcast:

Radio Golden Episode #3: the Beltway Lawsuit, Jeffco’s Emergency Notification System, Downtown Liquor Licenses, and More

Radio Golden Episode #3 features an interview with the executive director of one of the environmental groups suing the federal government to stop the proposed toll highway north of Golden. We also cover Jeffco’s emergency notification system, Golden’s Community Wildfire Community Protection Plan, downtown Golden liquor licenses (and especially outdoor seating), and more. Check out the main podcast (Episode #3) and check out the extended interview with Josh Pollock.

Jacob's Golden Update: Improving Public Input in Development Projects and Other News

Jacob’s Golden Update: September 9, 2009

1. City Council Considers Improving Public Input in Development Projects
2. Golden’s Energy Performance Contract: Saving Taxpayers $82,500 Per Year
3. Golden Gallup Returns This Saturday (September 12)
4. New Outdoor Seating Permit at 13th and Washington
5. Golden Gem Cinema Revival
6. New Storage Pod Limits
7. Fine Arts Festival a Huge Success (Again!)
8. Golden’s New Communications Manager
9. Eighth Annual Second Wind Fund Walk/Run/Ride: September 20
10. Blog Roundup
11. Other Upcoming Events
12. Next City Council Meeting: Thursday, September 10

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Jacob’s Golden Update: Improving Public Input in Development Projects and Other News

Jacob’s Golden Update: September 9, 2009

1. City Council Considers Improving Public Input in Development Projects
2. Golden’s Energy Performance Contract: Saving Taxpayers $82,500 Per Year
3. Golden Gallup Returns This Saturday (September 12)
4. New Outdoor Seating Permit at 13th and Washington
5. Golden Gem Cinema Revival
6. New Storage Pod Limits
7. Fine Arts Festival a Huge Success (Again!)
8. Golden’s New Communications Manager
9. Eighth Annual Second Wind Fund Walk/Run/Ride: September 20
10. Blog Roundup
11. Other Upcoming Events
12. Next City Council Meeting: Thursday, September 10

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