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Voices of Littleton with Jason Henderson
12 minutes | Jun 6, 2020
Curbside Pickup Has Begun at Bemis Library, says Library & Museum Director Tim Nimz
Library and Museum Director Tim Nimz drops by to discuss the launch of Curbside Pickup at Bemis Library, which began on May 26 and through which the library has checked out 4000 items so far. Residents can make appointments for Tues, Thurs and Sat-- visit http://littletongov.org or call Bemis Library (303-795-3961) for more. Tim and Jason chat about the library's services, the Friends of the Library, and adapting the library's services during quarantine.
17 minutes | Apr 18, 2020
Fmr Mayor Pat Cronenberger on Why We (Especially Kids) Need Nature and the South Metro Land Conservancy
This episode we’re talking to former Littleton Mayor Patricia Cronenberger. Pat worked in policy development in the areas of land use, transportation, and aging and disability resources at the Denver Regional Council of Governments for 7 years until 2014. Prior to joining DRCOG she served as a Littleton council member, mayor and mayor pro tem for 15 years. She is a founder/Vice Chair of the Littleton Leadership Academy, serves as President of the South Metro Land Conservancy (SMLC), and is a member of the South Metro Housing Options board.Pat talks about the activities of the SMLC and gives us some excellent resources for taking advantage of the parks and trails around us. She calls out: - The South Metro Land Conservancy Facebook Page, an up-to-date community with information on (and amazing pictures of) area public spaces- Generation Wild, whose website has an amazing list of activities for young people (and the young at heart) called 100 Things to Do Before You're Twelve (https://www.generationwild.com/the-list)- Richard Louv's book on "Nature Deficit Disorder," Vitamin N, as well as Scott D. Sampson's book How to Raise a Wild Child
18 minutes | Mar 26, 2020
Fmr Mayor Susan Thornton on the History of the Littleton Municipal Courthouse
In our first episode, Jason chats about the history of the Littleton Municipal Courthouse with Susan Thornton, who served for 16 years on the Littleton City Council, from 1987 until 2006. For 8 of those years, she was Mayor, and for another 4 years, she was Mayor Pro Tem. As she points out, those were important years for historic preservation for Littleton.
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