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Former Mayor Ellen Moyer & Former City Attorney To Host Radio Show

| July 17, 2011, 08:29 PM | 1 Comment

Former Annapolis Mayor Ellen Moyer and former City Attorney Steve Kling will launch an hour a half hour long long radio program at 6:00pm on Monday July 18, 2011 on local radio station, WNAV.

The show will focus on a broad range of issues; but will have a strong dose of local politics. Initially, we have learned that the program will give a “pass” to the current administration which has been quick to point to Moyer’s administration for most of the City’s fiscal issues. But you can be sure that it is only a temporary pass. If anyone knows the inner workings of City Hall it is Ellen Moyer and Steve Kling.

Some of the early guests on the program will include former Director of the CIA, R. James Woolsey and local sailing guru, Gary Jobson.

The weekly show will air on Monday nights from 6:00pm to 7:00pm 6:30pm and will premiere on July 18, 2011.  Tune in, it will definitely be controversial!

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  1. Bob McWilliams says:

    How can you talk about local politics and simultaneously eliminate a discussion of the current administration?

    It would be an interesting show, if she’d invite Cohen and talk about the “train wreck”.

    But, instead, I suspect it will be heavy on self-serving legacy rehabilitation and environmental discussions.

    Nevertheless, I intend to listen. It’s more important to understand the point-of-view taken by people you disagree with than it is to listen to that which simply reinforces your own philosophy.

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