Canby Vibe: Episode 41
Guitars, city council and a plug for history were all part of this week's episode of the Canby Vibe podcast.
Canby Herald staffers Kristen Wohlers, Carol Rosen, Derek Wiley and John Baker gathered around the table at their palatial studio on 4th Avenue to talk about some things going on in and around Canby.
Wohlers offered her take on a cool guitar series at the will be opening this week at Clackamas Community College and how a Canby man helped bring it all together. It's a great discussion about an interesting musical offering that's right down the road – with a Canby connection.
From there, the staff meandered through some interesting terrain, most of which will likely be cut from the final podcast, then landed on Rosen, who gave a synopsis of a pair of city council issues that came up during Wednesday night's meeting – what to do with the old library building (and what it might cost), and a look at a resolution that kind of caught folks off-guard a bit. The staff talked a bit about each of these issues as they are still being deliberated by the council.
Editor John Baker talked a little bit about the Heritage and Landmark Commission's public meeting on Jan. 22 at the library, as well as the group's passion for preserving Canby history. The meeting is open to the public and the commission is seeking public input as well.
Finally, the staff riffed on the changes that have happened at the Herald and Molalla Pioneer, as well as reacted to some of the reactions that have come in after the Jan. 15 issue went out.
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