By Jay Socol, Public Communications Director
In this podcast, College Station Neighborhood Services Coordinator Barbara Moore discusses the challenges of her role in a fast-growing university city. She also explains why beavers cause her issues and why she sees herself as an ambassador for the city.
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- Economic development means more than “we’re open” (May 2015)
- Coleman responds to city’s water worries(April 2015)
- City Manager talks about “The Big Show”(April 2015)
- Vacant properties, Pappadeaux and Chimney Hill(March 2015)
- A day in the life of the city manager(February 2015)
- The Strong & Sustainable Grant Program (February 2015)
- Natalie Ruiz talks economic development(November 2014)
- CSFD’s Bart Humphreys says so long after 35 years(July 2014)
- Recycling Coordinator discusses oil recycling(June 2014)
- Challenges of regulating rental properties in college towns (April 2014)
- Effectiveness of the Mosquito Abatement Program (April 2014)
About Jay: Jay Socol is in his sixth year as College Station’s public communications director. A 1991 graduate of Texas A&M, Socol has also been communications director for the Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service, public information officer for the City of Bryan, and news director at several B-CS radio stations.
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