Oil and Oceans Don’t Mix
with Fred Keeley
on Sustainability Now!
Sunday, December 26th, 5-6 PM on KSQD
Join hosts Ronnie Lipschutz and Brooke Wright for a conversation with Fred Keeley, a well-known political person about town and across the Monterey Bay Region. He has a long and distinguished career in community service. In the 1980s and 1990s, Keeley served two terms as County Supervisor and three in the State Assembly. Following that, he was Santa Cruz County treasurer for 10 years. Currently he is working with the County of Santa Cruz to assess park, recreation and cultural services needs and is leading an effort to establish a county open space district. Keeley also teaches undergraduate political science and in the graduate program of public administration at San Jose State University.
Our topic is “Oil and Oceans Don’t Mix.” This is a rebroadcast of the abridged Halloween night interview, with 30 added minutes about electricity in California.
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