Today on WJON's 2-Cent Tuesday listeners voiced their opinions about our Somali immigrants/refugees who have relocated to St. Cloud. Listeners cited their experiences and what makes them feel they way they feel.
If you missed 2-Cent Tuesday today you missed a conversation about the Somali protests at Tech High School last week, how listeners feel about diversity and cultural differences in this community and some people's experiences with diversity in this community.
Today during 2-Cent Tuesday listeners wanted to weigh in on the potential Aquatics and Community Center. Most listeners wanted to see an indoor water park similar to what exists in Monticello and Becker.
This week on 2-Cent Tuesday we talked about the Sartell Community Center, improvements to Sartell-St. Stephen schools, multiple garbage haulers in Sartell, lowering the drinking age, and Governor Dayton giving Commissioners raises.
Today on "2-Cent Tuesday" I took calls from listeners who wanted to talk about the Aquatics Center blue print plan. Listeners didn't seem interested in new plan citing problems with 3 basketball courts, no water park, no outdoor aquatic facility in the immediate future and more.
If you missed 2-Cent Tuesday today you missed a conversation which touched on the proposed new Tech High School and remodel of Apollo High School. We also talked about the St. Cloud Airport and some people were upset that some people call often and some are sick of the Tech High School conversation.
This week on 2-Cent Tuesday we talked about a variety of things including the viability of the St. Cloud Airport. Should St. Cloud have an airport with daily service? People weighed in on that and more.
If you missed this week's 2-Cent Tuesday you missed a conversation about double parking, open warming houses, Serena Williams drinking coffee, petco, money spent by Governor Dayton and political correctness.
Today on WJON's 2-Cent Tuesday topics included the potential building of a new Tech High School. Suggestions varied from repairing the current Tech building, to getting sponsorship for a new building to help pay for it and the tearing down the old Tech because of its sustainability.
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