Allentown Mayor Ed Pawlowski has a problem. Actually, like all mayors trying to make their cities viable in Pennsylvania, the mayor has big problems. Having cut city spending to the bone, he still has major obligations such as meeting its pension obligations for retired city workers. So Mayor Pawlowski is proposing some bold measures, including unloading some major operations to private and/or outside interests. Join host Alan Jennings as he welcomes the mayor to this week’s program to discuss plans for the city.
Hosts John Pearce and Ray Schwab interview Barbara Kowitz, executive director of the Northampton County Historical and Genealogical Society. They delve into the organization's long history, its services to the public, its highlights from the past and present, and its future objectives.
Business has never been more unusual. On this week's program the spotlight will be on Lehigh Valley Economic Development Corporation - where we've been and where we are headed as a business community. Host Sally Handlon welcomes Don Cunningham, LVEDC President & CEO and Don Bernhard, LVEDC Board Chair to this week's program.
Staffing can be an employer’s greatest challenge. It is a big step to hire an employee and very expensive if you hire the wrong person.
There are resources in our community that can help business owners and the community. On Thursday’s Lehigh Valley Discourse we spotlight two – AARP Employment Center and Office of Vocational Rehabilitation. Join host Sally Handlon with guests Terry Eyler and Ann Burke as they discuss these often overlooked staffing resources.