I am happy to have Ginger Wireman on the show this month. Ginger is a community member who volunteers for local green and arts causes and educates the public about Hanford cleanup. Hanford is where the Tri-Cities we know today got its start, and I appreciated learning more about it. We also get into her background — what brought her to Tri-Cities and her time here.
Ginger is also running for Richland’s City Council, Position 4, so we talk a bit about her ideas for the Tri-Cities and what she would like to accomplish via that position. I very much enjoyed this interview, and I hope you do too!
- Campaign Information: gingerwireman4richland.info
- Campaign Facebook Page: facebook.com/VoteGinger4Richland
- Hanford Website: www.hanford.gov
- Department of Ecology: www.ecy.wa.gov/programs/nwp
- Hanford Challenge: hanfordchallenge.org
- Columbia River Keeper: columbiariverkeeper.org
- Heart of the American Northwest: hanfordcleanup.org
- Voices of the Manhattan Project: manhattanprojectvoices.org
- PNNL-Hanford Online ENvironmental Information eXchange: phoenix.pnnl.gov
- Manhattan Project B Reactor Tour:manhattanprojectbreactor.hanford.gov
Vote in the Primary Elections (August 1)
- Benton County Elections: bentonelections.com
- Franklin County Elections: wei.sos.wa.gov/county/franklin
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