Producers/hosts: Amy Browne and Meredith DeFrancesco
We talk with Emily Hill and Ani St. Amand, members of the 207 collective and, with others, organizers of the second New England sub-regional Assembly of the NorthEast Anarchist Network which will be taking place this coming weekend, January 12 and 13th, at the Meg Perry Center, 644 Congress Street in Portland, Maine. The meeting will feature workshops, socializing and entertainment. All are invited, food, housing and child care will be provided and/or can be arranged.
Also, we talk with Judy Berk fo the Natural Resources Council of Maine(NRCM) who is urging people to express their views at an important upcoming public hearing: LURC (the Land Use Regulatory Commission) will hold it’s final public hearing on Plum Creek’s request to re-zone land they bought for about $200 an acre because it was zoned for forestry. They want the land to be re-zoned to allow massive developments in the Moosehead Lake region. The final hearing is scheduled for January 19th, 10a.m.-1p.m. and 2p.m-6p.m. at Greenville High School. Those wishing to speak must register. Registration starts at 9a.m. NRCM is organizing vans and carpooling.