Community Focus Report

Courtesy of Ozarks Transportation Organization

This week on Making Democracy Work, we continue our ongoing series looking deeper into individual aspects of the 2019 Springfield-Greene County focus report.  Todays’ discussion explores Red Flags and Blue Ribbons related to transportation.

Host Debbie Good speaks with Sara Fields, executive director with Ozarks Transportation Organization (OTO).

Courtesy of Debbie Shantz Hart / Co-owner and Developer with Housing Plus

This week on Making Democracy Work, we continue our ongoing series looking deeper into individual aspects of the 2019 Springfield-Greene County focus report.  Todays’ discussion explores Red Flags and Blue Ribbons related to affordable housing.

Host Maggie Castrey speaks with Debbie Shantz Hart, co-owner and developer with Housing Plus, who also serves on several non-profit boards in the housing field.

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This week on Making Democracy Work, the continuing series looking deeper into individual aspects of the Springfield-Greene County Focus Report.  Today’s discussion explores the impact on community health, particularly mental health and substance abuse. 

Host Lynn Howerton speaks with Harold Bengsch, Greene County Commissioner for District 1, and former director of the Springfield-Greene County Health Department.

Courtesy of Mike Kromrey-Executive Director of Watershed Committee of the Ozarks

This week on Making Democracy Work, the continuing series looks deeper into individual aspects of the Springfield-Greene County focus report.  Today’s discussion looks at the natural environment chapter of the report.

Host Debbie Good speaks with Mike Kromrey, executive director of the Watershed Committee of the Ozarks.

Courtesy of Missy Riley-Dirctor of Early Childhood Eduation SPS

This week on Making Democracy Work, the continuing series looking deeper into individual aspects of the Springfield-Greene County focus report explores the impact on early childhood education.

Host Hue-Ping Chin speaks this morning with Missy Riley, director of early childhood and Parents as Teachers with Springfield Public Schools (SPS).

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