A Call to Action

A Call to Action

On Thursday May 15th WKVT hosted a community forum to discuss ways to make our recent drug and crime problems in Brattleboro go away.
Chris Lenois & Fish will moderated and they were joined by:
9:00 – 10:00AM
Commissioner Harry Chen
States Attorney Tracey Shriver
Lt. John Merrigan – VT State Police (Narcotics)

10:00 – 11:00AM
Robin Reiske – Certified Prevention Consultant
Dr. Todd Kammerzelt – Brattleboro Retreat
Brattleboro Police Chief Gene Wrinn

11:00 – Noon
Jeanette White – Windham County Senator
Steve Gordon – BMH
Bainca Barry & Danielle Southwell – Youth Services
Brian Condon – Turning Point

We will also had floating contributors throughout the morning as well:
Kate O’Connor – Brattleboro Chamber
Sue Avery – Citizen
Julie Davenson – Youth Services
Beth Shrader – Brattleboro Area Prevention Coalition
& More

If you missed the conversation please take advantage of our Pod Casts

Hour 1
Hour 2
Hour 3

Special thanks to:
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For supplying additional coverage
special- special thanks to:
Janis Chaillou & Maria Dominguez

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