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MY SCOTTS VALLEY PODCAST
34 minutes | Oct 14, 2021
Pulse of Scotts Valley Episode One - John Weiss
In this first episode of The Pulse of Scotts Valley, we go one-on-one with former SVPD Chief John Weiss to check in on how he is doing and what life is like today.
47 minutes | Dec 14, 2020
Robert Aldana Talks with VCUM
Valley Churches United Missions has served SLV and Scotts Valley families that are in need for almost 40 years. In this episode of the MSV Podcast Robert Aldana talks with Lynn Robinson who is the Executive Director of VCUM along with Danny Reber, a Board Member for VCUM and also Executive Director of the Scotts Valley Chamber of Commerce.Learn more about VCUM at www.VCUM.org
35 minutes | Oct 30, 2020
MSV Podcast talks Fundraisers, Local Elections and More!
In this episode of the My Scotts Valley Podcast I talk about our recent FUNdraiser for the Scotts Valley Educational Foundation, another one coming up for VCUM as well as the upcoming elections and who I am voting for, and why.
38 minutes | Oct 14, 2020
WELCOME BACK MSV PODCAST!
After a 6 month hiatus, the My Scotts Valley Podcast is back with host Robert Aldana, publisher of the My Scotts Valley FB page.In this episode, we get reacquainted and talk about this crazy that we have had so far. From COVID, to the message against Social Injustice and our wildfires that we in Scotts Valley were fortunate enough to dodge, this has been a year to remember.
36 minutes | Apr 7, 2020
Week 3 of Shelter in Place and the Effect on Schools and Businesses
In this episode of the My Scotts Valley Podcast we finish 3 weeks of "Shelter in Place" and discuss the impacts this could have on our schools and local businesses as well as how to keep moving forward and we enter a tough next couple of weeks in terms of the severity that this pandemic will become before we start to see progress.
39 minutes | Mar 23, 2020
Week ONE of Shelter in Place Orders and the Coronavirus
In this episode, we survive week one of the Shelter in Place orders in the area as health officials look to get a handle on the Coronavirus. This episode was recorded as part of an MSV Facebook "LIVE" show. You can see that episode at: https://bit.ly/3acImSF
44 minutes | Mar 14, 2020
MSV Podcast Tackles the Coronavirus
In this episode of the My Scotts Valley Podcast, Robert Aldana meets with Mimi Hall who is the Santa Cruz County Health Director, Dr. Amee Sawhney of the all Alto Medical Foundation Urgent Care and Scotts Valley City Councilman Derek Timm.Lot’s to discuss in regards to the Coronavirus including:* Symptoms to look out for* The importance of Social Distancing* Getting the right information and great local resources * Anxiety and panic* Prevention and preparedness* Sanitation of our schools and parks* Panic stockpiling of goods* What our city and county is doing to deal with the virus* Vulnerable populationsTWO EXCELLENT RESOURCE SITES TO KNOWThere are two great resources that you can access for local Coronavirus information:* www.santacruzhealth.org - excellent source of local information* Get instant information by texting COVID10 to 211211
42 minutes | Feb 18, 2020
SVPD Chief Steve Walpole and City Councilwoman Donna Lind Talk Safety, Programs, the City and Measure Z
In this episode of the MSV Podcast, Robert Aldana talks with Scotts Valley Police Department Chief Steve Walpole and Councilwoman Donna Lind about the safety of our city, the importance of having a local police department and dispatch, along with many city finance issues and Measure Z.
31 minutes | Jan 31, 2020
Scotts Valley Bank of America Bank Robbery and Police Chase on 17
On January 26th 2017, the Bank of American on Scotts Valley Drive was being robbed and in this episode we talk with the officer, John Hohmann who did the chase going almost 100MPH on highway 17 with him and the suspect eventually hitting each other and locking cars on a divider.The event was national news as the robber later held a family at knife-point to steal their car and clothing, and he even stole another car which was an unmarked law enforcement vehicle.We go step by with Officer Hohmann and share audio of the actual dispatch and officers communicating as the call came in.
43 minutes | Jan 16, 2020
The 2019 Scotts Valley Real Estate Market Report and 2020 Forecast
In this episode of the MSV Podcast, Robert breaks down the 2019 Scotts Valley real estate market and gives a forecast for 2020. You can read the article that this podcast covers at https://bit.ly/2NxaF4Y.
43 minutes | Jan 3, 2020
Best of and Most Talked About Topics of 2019 in Scotts Valley
In this episode we discuss the hot topics and most popular posts and videos on the My Scotts Valley Facebook page and within the commUNITY. We also discuss some projected hot topics coming in 2020.
43 minutes | Dec 21, 2019
Derek Timm and Tina Friend Discuss City Finances and Measure Z
In this episode Robert Meets with Scotts Valley City Council Member Derek Timm and City Manager Tina Friend to discuss Measure Z and the city's financial situation.
29 minutes | Dec 6, 2019
Secret Santa, City Council Votes on Sales Tax Increase and Kmart Plan, and Upcoming Events
In this episode we discuss the Secret Santa Program now in it's third year that is helping many families in need in our area. We also discuss city council voting to add a .75% sales tax to the upcoming ballot and a potential plan for Kmart building once they leave, along with upcoming events.
32 minutes | Nov 28, 2019
MSV Podcast: Recent News & Events, & MUCH to be Thankful For
In this episode Robert Aldana covers recent news such as Kmart closing updates, crazy driving during rainy season, Emma Watson visits Scotts Valley and the cool locals who covered up the graffiti at Siltanen Park. We also discuss Ferrell's Donuts moving, the Farmers Market done for the year and some of the things we have to be grateful for in our commUNITY.
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