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This week on Moose Talks, host Dub Craig spoke with FSJ City Councillor, Trevor Bolin, about the Council’s recent endorsement for the 100th street corridor. Trevor also talked about what that means going forward! As well, Karen Mason-Bennett, the Executive Director of NEAT was in-studio to talk about the Pumpkin Plunge! Karen stated this is the final Yard Waste Drop-off happening Nov 2nd.

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Moose Talks is Produced by Tracy Teeves and Serena Deschner

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