Contra Costa Today

Episode 052: Jennifer Fink Talks Alzheimer’s Caregiver Support

On this episode, I chat with Jennifer Fink who launched a podcast called Fading Memories, an Alzheimer’s Caregiver Support show. We get into how...
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Episode 022: Lynn Mackey

On this episode, I interview Lynn Mackey, Deputy Superintendent of Schools, who also happens to be a candidate for Contra Costa County Superintendent of...

Episode 057: Antioch Chamber CEO Talks Economic Development

On this episode, I chat with Antioch Chamber of Commerce CEO Richard Pagano on the recent approval of the Somersville Economic Opportunity Plan in...

Episode 032: Sabina Zafar Talks Women in Tech, Need for Inclusion and Diversity

On this episode, I chat with San Ramon City Councilwoman Sabina Zafar. She is originally from Pakistan, earned a degree in computer information science...
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Ep 007: Brian Oftedal Talks East Contra Costa Fire

On this episode, I talk with East Contra Costa Fire Protection District Board President Brian Oftedal. [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qhHc34DHlmA] 00.45 – Introduction of Brian Oftedal. 02.55...

#88: A Chat With Congressman Jerry McNerney

On this episode, I chat with Congressman Jerry McNerney after he attended a Juneteenth Celebration in the City of Antioch. We get into the...

#067: Brentwood Police Chief Talks Community Policing During COVID-19

On this episode, I chat with Brentwood Police Chief Tom Hansen about how the police department is dealing with coronavirus (COVID-19) and the impact...
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Ep 012: Joel Keller Talks BART

On this episode, I talk Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART) with Director Joel Keller. Keller also served as Mayor of the City of Antioch...

#065: Diane Burgis Talks Contra Costa County Response to COVID-19

On this episode, I chat with Contra Costa County Board of Supervisor Diane Burgis about the county response to COVID-19. Burgs talks about the...

#91: Reaction to Antioch Proposal to Spend $1 Million to House Homeless in a...

On this episode, we discuss a proposal by Antioch City council members Joy Motts and Lamar Thorpe that would spend $1 million on 32-rooms...