Restoring Public School Population, a Lifelong Love of the Lions & More!|Full Megacast, July 19,2021

Detroit Lions Superfan, Ron “Crack Man” Crachiola and other news-makers discuss the latest COVID-19 information and election-related news on this full edition of the Oakland County Megacast!

Julie Moore, Early Childhood Specialist at the West Bloomfield Township Public Library, joins the show to talk about programs in place through the library system to continue learning for kids throughout the summer and reduce the impact of the “summer slide.”

Ron “Crack Man” Crachiola, renowned Detroit Lions Superfan, talks about this lifelong allegiance to Detroit’s professional football team, as well as many unique experiences that have been provided to him by the NFL and the franchise over the years as a result of his remarkable loyalty to the Honolulu blue!

MLive Reporter, Taylor DeSormeau joins the program to talk about MLive’s new public database of Paycheck Protection Program (or “PPP”) loans distributed during the pandemic, as well as stories on unemployment issues and the never-functional Michigan Restaurant Meal Program.

Southfield Chief of Police, Elvin Barren discusses his long career in the Detroit Police Department, strengthening Southfield Police’s ties to the local community, his relationship with former Detroit Chief of Police and mentor, James Craig and much more!

Oakland Schools Manager of District and Pupil Services, Carolyn Claerhout talks about how to the COVID-19 pandemic has affected enrollment numbers in local school districts, as well as what is being done by districts and regional districts such as Oakland Schools to restore some of the student population lost to private, charter and online schools during the pandemic.

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