The complete rundown for Thursday
October 5, 2006:
- A ballot issue: amending the SC Constitution to cap property taxes. Donna London, director of the Jim Self Center on the Future talks with Howard Duvall, executive director of the Municipal Association of South Carolina, a non-profit, non-partisan organization for SC cities.
- Spam and spam filters. Eric Rodgers talks with Phil Yanov, Director of Business Development at Acentron Technologies, and founder and Executive Director of the GSA Technology Council about the growing problem of spam email.
- Third Annual Recycling Business Forum. Tonya Lott, manager of the recycling market development program at the SC Department of Commerce, previews the upcoming Recycling Business Forum planned for October 13, 2006 at the Archives and History Center in Columbia. For more information call (803) 737-0400 or register online: Recycling Business Forum.
- Crossing the Tracks for Love.Jon Keith talks with Dr. Ruby Payne, an expert on poverty and class, who addressed the recent SC Sisters of Charity Foundation 10th anniversary celebration, about her book, Crossing the Tracks for Love.
- The Mission of ChasDOC . Eric Rodgers talks with Justin Nathanson, executive director of ChasDOC, Inc. about this non-profit organizations mission to support documentary filmmaking. On October 5-8, 2006, ChasDOC sponsors an exposition of documentary films and cinematic shorts addressing a wide variety of environmental and ecological issues. For more information write firstname.lastname@example.org or call (843) 277-0485.
In Upstate South Carolina, you can listen on WEPR 90.1 FM. For a complete list of South Carolina station's carrying Your Day, check out the Your Day website.
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