Michigan State Representative Ryan Berman, Oakland County Animal Shelter’s Joanie Toole and other news-makers discuss the latest COVID-19 information on this full edition of the Oakland County Megacast!
State Representative Ryan Berman of Michigan’s 39th District welcomes the new Chief of Police of the City of Sylvan Lake to the job, reviews his time on the City’s police team, and talks about State issues such as police reform and training and unemployment.
Oakland County Animal Shelter and Pet Adoption Center Chief Joanie Toole talks about how the shelter continued to care for local animals during the pandemic, keep them safe, and continue to find their forever homes, as well as why dog licenses are so important and what potential adopters should consider before bringing a pet into their home.
Additionally, Michigan State Senator Peter Lucido from the 8th District discusses Senate Bill 956, of which he sponsored, centered on changing the dynamic of placing COVID-19 patients in nursing home facilities, and Meadow Brook Hall Director of External Relations for Oakland University Shannon O’Berski talks about Meadow Brook’s history, continuing tours while maintaining safety of the spaces in the hall and preserving historical artifacts, and other programs that are available on-site.
Plus, Sylvan Lake’s newest Chief of Police, Brian Bassett, introduces himself to the community and discusses police training and reform, the importance of quality relationships with neighboring departments, as well as some safety tips for residents to employ on the beach, on the water, and over the Fourth of July holiday.
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