Wednesday on Lake Effect: County Politics, Park Centennial, Israeli TV
Wednesday on Lake Effect:
Milwaukee County Executive Chris Abele discusses a state bill that would make changes to the county’s mental health complex. He says it’s high time to shift oversight of the County's mental health complex away from politicians. Then, a Milwaukee woman shares her love for the county's parks in a new book, as Sheridan Park celebrates 100 years. Essayist Jerianne Hayslett got to thinking about the people for whom our recent cold weather is more than just inconvenient, and an award winning Israeli screenwriter and novelist explains why his country’s television programming is such a success there – and here.
- County Executive Talks Mental Health, Living Wage, Transit
- Supporters of Milwaukee County Park Celebrate Its 100th Year
- Essay: Cold Conviction
- Israeli Television's Influence On the American Small Screen
Producer's note: Due to a computer error, parts of today's Lake Effect were unable to air. We regret the inconvenience. The full show audio is available above.