Regionally Speaking

Illiana May Have Hit A Natural Roadblock

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August 5, 2014

We sift through the newly released ISTEP results. Most schools received heartening news but many Gary schools wound up near the bottom.

Environmental Groups hosted a tour of Midewin National Tallgrass Prairie to highlight the potential impact of the Illiana expressway. We’ll talk to one of the directors live.

A program that treated addicts in Lake County is about to go away, as the state loses federal funding.

There could be money in that old barn – especially if you want to fix it up. We’ll talk to the people pushing a new tax credit.

We’ll also look at how foreclosed homes have depressed some Real Estate markets more than others.

Guests include:

Scott Elliot, editor of Chalkbeat-Indiana

Teresa Shultz, reporter Post-Tribune

Kevin Moore, the Director of FSSA’s Division of Mental Health and Addiction

Daren Blomquist, vice president at RealtyTrac

Paul Botts, Executive Director of The Wetlands Initiative

Carolyn Rahe, with the Indiana Barn Foundation, who has a small farm in Bourbon

 

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  1. Paul the Fossil says:

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