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Members of the Evansville City Council received an earful from residents opposed to a face mask ordinance.

Many of the residents said the measure infringes on their rights and amounts to government overreach, while others questioned the safety and effectiveness of wearing face coverings to stop the spread of COVID 19.

One woman, Brenda Bergwitz, said she would be proud to go to jail rather than comply with the proposal that would require face coverings in most places…

Justin Perkins

Alex Burton is currently the president of the Evansville City Council and the EVSC OptIN Program Manager. He talks to Zac about what he's cooked since their last conversation, the progress that's been made on solving food insecurity in Evansville, and his hopes for after the coronavirus. 

Justin Perkins

Alex Burton is currently the president of the Evansville City Council and the EVSC OptIN Program Manager. He talks to Zac about what's changed since their first conversation, continuing his work to solve food insecurity in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic, and how he's seen Evansville respond to the coronavirus. 

CW: This episode contains discussion about death and dying. Listener discretion is advised.

Justin Perkins

Alex Burton is currently the president of the Evansville City Council and the EVSC OptIN Program Manager. He talks to Zac about helping high school students excel after graduting, working to solve food insecurity in the middle of the coronavirus pandemic, and learning new ways to interact while practicing physical distancing. 

Non-Profit Cuts to be Considered

Mar 9, 2020
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The Evansville City Council is expected to consider measures Monday evening that would reduce city funding for local non-profits. 

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