LISTEN IN: Salem going to taxpayers for money for millions in new city projects

TODAY’S BROADCAST:  Rachel Alexander explains what’s behind the city of Salem’s move to get $300 million from taxpayers for projects – without raising taxes. She goes into details of what could appear in the city if voters say yes this fall. The story she produced is HERE. Salem Health has expanded, finishing construction on a 150-bed tower that will see its first patients mid-July (original story HERE) Plus, the state Treasury has a new office intended to withstand a 9.0 earthquake and just about every other type of disaster (story HERE).

YOUR SOURCE: Rachel Alexander, Salem Reporter’s managing editor.

THE RECORDING: Behind The Story 

OUR PARTNER: Capital Community Media, the Salem-based community television and radio operation, produces Behind the Scenes for broadcast on FM radio station KMWV. Reach Host Wendy Brokaw at [email protected] or (503) 588-2288.