SoundCheck

What do you think about downtown revitalization?

Coming in January on SoundCheck, Raven Radio’s new public affairs podcast, we’ll examine the progress, goals, and vision of the Downtown Revitalization Workgroup. You can participate in the program by recording your ideas or questions below. What kind of changes do you think would improve downtown? Is change necessary? To submit your comment (from a device with a microphone) simply click on our DropBox below. By doing so, you’re also giving us consent to use your voice on SoundCheck. Thank you!

What does downtown revitalization mean to you?

Comments

Please read our comment guidelines.

Recent News

Peanut is a “hoot” at Raptor Center

Peanut is a 13-year-old Western Screech Owl currently living at the Alaska Raptor Center. KCAW photo/Vanessa Walker
There’s a new bird in town, and she’s a little shy. After a long career in education, she doesn’t have a lot of patience for the classroom. But for the right student, she still has plenty to teach. These days, she’s settling into a comfortable retirement, just off Sawmill Creek Road-- at the Alaska Raptor Center. more

SEASWAP: How to stop a whale of a thief

homet2
Linda Behnken, the Executive Director of the Alaska Longline Fisherman's Association was joined by Tori O'Connell, the Research Director of the Sitka Sound Science Center, to provide an update on SEASWAP (The Southeast Alaska Sperm Whale Avoidance Project). As O'Connell explains, the project just secured $311,000 in funding to continue research on a sperm whale avoidance network this fall. The avoidance network will tag whales in the Chatham Strait black cod fishery and give fisherman devices to communicate where the whales are located. Downloadable audio. more