Media

Interviews and Appearances

 

Hudson seeks Climate Smart Community certification

Register-Star

“This task force is an important opportunity to create an institutional commitment to a sustainable future. The COVID-19 crisis shows us the importance of following science and the need for planning and preventive action.”

Supervisors approve fly-overs looking for weed

Register-Star

"Four members of the Board of Supervisors voted against the agreement, including Canaan Town Supervisor Brenda Adams, Hudson 1st Ward Supervisor Sarah Sterling, Hudson 4th Ward Supervisor Linda Mussmann and Hudson 3rd Ward Supervisor Michael Chameides.

'Attempting to eradicate marijuana is the wrong use of resources. We should be focusing on evidenced-based solutions, successful pathways to recovery and harm reduction,' Chameides said during the vote."

Bridge Authority merger proposal under fire

Register-Star

County tests expanding Hudson area bus schedule

Columbia Paper

WGXC

Starting at 11:20, Kristen Buckbee interviews Michael about how county government functions.

Columbia County expands public transportation hours

Register-Star

“Public transportation contributes to economic development, public health, and quality of life...”

We will survive the plastic bag ban

Register-Star

To help Columbia County residents manage the changeover, 3rd Ward Hudson Supervisor Michael Chameides organized a tote-bag collection

Local stores ready for plastic bag ban

Register-Star

Hudson receives grant to tackle housing displacement

Register-Star

Chameides named to oversee ADA coordination

Register-Star

Columbia County Supporting Lawsuit Against EPA Over Hudson Clean-up

The Other Hudson Valley

"City of Hudson Third Ward Supervisor Michael Chameides, who introduced the resolution supporting the lawsuit, said PCBs have harmed Columbia County."

Creativity and Community

WGXC 90.7-FM

Grant gives Hudson money for crosswalks

98.5 The Cat

“It’s important that people feel safe walking in Hudson and crosswalks can make an intersection safer” says Michael Chameides, 3rd Ward Supervisor who helped coordinate the grant. “Safe streets make a more just city, a better quality of life, and improve our economy.”

Will app improve public health?

Columbia Paper

Delgado talks affordable housing

Register-Star

Fund the EPA

Register-Star

"During one particularly heavy rainstorm this July, the city of Hudson spilled almost two million gallons of sewage into the Hudson River. Spills like these are routine up and down the Hudson, wherever our cities’ older sewer systems channel wastewater and stormwater into the same pipes."

The endless waves of reinvention in Hudson

Chronogram

"If you work on creating an environment where it's possible—and safe—for kids to walk or bike to school, then you're also inherently taking on issues of public safety, traffic, and zoning, and building a community in which people look out for the well-being of children they see around town, even if they don't know them. It's also much more likely that a kid who enjoyed their childhood will stick around as adults."

County Transportation Update

Register-Star

City to consider county’s short-term rental tax

Register-Star

Lawmakers upgrade county bus route, schedule

Register-Star

Delgado sets priorities in ceremonial swearing-in

Register-Star

Is this your stop? If it’s Hudson, maybe not

Columbia Paper

Talked Census 2020, transportation, and affordable housing on the Drive Time Radio Show. I come on around the 45-minute mark.

Airbnb business rises as Columbia County continues occupancy tax discussion

Register-Star

Hudson Planned Parenthood seeks support for new center

Register-Star

Delgado opens new Hudson office on Columbia Street

Register-Star

Columbia County partners with youth organizations to launch new bus route

Register-Star

Supe Says Better Bus Service Starts with Signs

Columbia Paper

Alderwoman cites lack of ADA access for missed meetings

Register-Star

Vacant properties law back on the table

Register-Star

Facilitating Congressional CD-19 Candidate Forum.

Forum: Airbnb, affordable housing at odds

Register-Star

Protesters call for legislation on separation of families at the U.S.-Mexico border

Register-Star

WGXC

Tom Roe talks with Michael on WGXC.

David McDonald interviews Michael at 7th Street Park.

Facilitating forum on Affordable Housing.

Sanctuary City Discussion Continues

The Gossips of Rivertown

Prospect of ACA repeal draws sharp criticism

Register-Star

"People survive because of their health care and to threaten that is really dangerous."

House cuts threaten 1,310 wild acres in NL and Canaan

Register-Star

Soccer players, council dribble over park usage

Register-Star

"Chameides said the city’s signs at the park forbidding soccer are unjustified. He argued that officials should be encouraging the city’s youth to exercise at the park, which he said they could all agree is a special public space."

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