WLIA 28: Albany Stories Wrap up

My wrap up episode to round out the series starts with a capstone to the saga of Trayvon Jackson of the South end Grocery. The I revisit 787 reconstruction and the fate of the downtown bus station. Plus I have a laugh at business owners reactions to a county law for honest salary postings. This hasn’t been the longest of programs but I always tie off the loose threads in what I cover the best I can.


The last we’re likely hear of Travon Jackson
Bus Station is sold to Capitalize Albany Company for public directed redevelopment
787 Tear down would likely improve traffic
Business owners respond to possible county law forcing honest salary ranges
Referenced Transit Use Video: Miles in Transit

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