GARYVIDEOS – Looking Back On My Life, I remember the time I conducted a videotaped conversation with former Wood County (Wisconsin) Board Chairman Bill Goodness on the River Cities Public Access Channel in Wisconsin Rapids, WI. The interview took place after my year 2000 retirement from my News Anchor-Reporter position at WFHR Radio. The analog VHS tape recording of that interview has now been transferred to digital for viewing on computers, tablets, laptops, and wireless smartphones. One of the topics included how redistricting following the 2000 Census resulted in causing seasoned county board supervisors, including Bill Goodness, to lose their seats. The redrawn borders moved the homes of several supervisors, forcing them all to run against each other.
The complete 2002 Gary Morgan & Friends conversation with William Goodness is now available on the only authentic McStreamy Video Channel on YouTube, along with separate conversations with longtime Wisconsin Assembly Representative lawmaker and Democrat Marlin Schneider, Wisconsin Rapids, WI, and then fresh new Assembly face in the form of MaryAnn Lippert, Pittsville, Wisconsin. You can view all of the shows here in the GARYVIDEOS section of GaryTalk.com.
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