Montgomery 45242 Podcast

Podcast LogoWelcome to Montgomery 45242, a podcast about recreation, special events, and important news about the City of Montgomery.

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Montgomery 45242 Episode 23 (video) – “Wise Words for Newcomers”

Mayors Ivan Silverman, Richard Tuten, Gary Blomberg, Gerri Harbison, Ken Suer, and Todd Steinbrink shared wise words for newcomers.

About This Project

Several years ago, City staff members embarked on a project to document Montgomery’s history since the completion of the book History of Montgomery 1795-1995. This book was created, funded and published by the Montgomery Historical Society and the Montgomery Bicentennial Commission as a part of the 1995 Bicentennial celebration.

As a part of this history project, former Montgomery mayors gathered for a video-recorded roundtable discussion to capture their unique perspectives and recollections serving as a Montgomery mayor. Those former mayors who participated in the discussion included Ivan Silverman, Richard Tuten, Gary Blomberg, Gerri Harbison, Ken Suer and Todd Steinbrink. This was certainly not an easy task, but all of the former mayors rose to the challenge and pondered some key questions of their tenures in office.

Do you have memories or stories about living in Montgomery that you would like to share with the history project? You can share your story using the podcast feedback form. We are primarily seeking stories from 1995 to today but we will accept any story about living in Montgomery that you wish to share.

Montgomery 45242 Episode 22 (video) – “Mayor Steinbrink on Vision”

Mayor Steinbrink talks about Montgomery’s vision and the legacy it has created.

About This Project

Several years ago, City staff members embarked on a project to document Montgomery’s history since the completion of the book History of Montgomery 1795-1995. This book was created, funded and published by the Montgomery Historical Society and the Montgomery Bicentennial Commission as a part of the 1995 Bicentennial celebration.

As a part of this history project, former Montgomery mayors gathered for a video-recorded roundtable discussion to capture their unique perspectives and recollections serving as a Montgomery mayor. Those former mayors who participated in the discussion included Ivan Silverman, Richard Tuten, Gary Blomberg, Gerri Harbison, Ken Suer and Todd Steinbrink. This was certainly not an easy task, but all of the former mayors rose to the challenge and pondered some key questions of their tenures in office.

Do you have memories or stories about living in Montgomery that you would like to share with the history project? You can share your story using the podcast feedback form. We are primarily seeking stories from 1995 to today but we will accept any story about living in Montgomery that you wish to share.

Montgomery 45242 Episode 21 (video) – “Sister Cities”

Mayors Ivan Silverman and Todd Steinbrink talk about Montgomery’s relationship with its Sister City, Neuilly-Plaisance, France and Montgomery’s Bicentennial.

About This Project

Several years ago, City staff members embarked on a project to document Montgomery’s history since the completion of the book History of Montgomery 1795-1995. This book was created, funded and published by the Montgomery Historical Society and the Montgomery Bicentennial Commission as a part of the 1995 Bicentennial celebration.

As a part of this history project, former Montgomery mayors gathered for a video-recorded roundtable discussion to capture their unique perspectives and recollections serving as a Montgomery mayor. Those former mayors who participated in the discussion included Ivan Silverman, Richard Tuten, Gary Blomberg, Gerri Harbison, Ken Suer and Todd Steinbrink. This was certainly not an easy task, but all of the former mayors rose to the challenge and pondered some key questions of their tenures in office.

Do you have memories or stories about living in Montgomery that you would like to share with the history project? You can share your story using the podcast feedback form. We are primarily seeking stories from 1995 to today but we will accept any story about living in Montgomery that you wish to share.

Montgomery 45242 Episode 20 (video) – “Funny Recollection”

Mayor Richard Tuten talks about an unexpected military proclamation.

About This Project

Several years ago, City staff members embarked on a project to document Montgomery’s history since the completion of the book History of Montgomery 1795-1995. This book was created, funded and published by the Montgomery Historical Society and the Montgomery Bicentennial Commission as a part of the 1995 Bicentennial celebration.

As a part of this history project, former Montgomery mayors gathered for a video-recorded roundtable discussion to capture their unique perspectives and recollections serving as a Montgomery mayor. Those former mayors who participated in the discussion included Ivan Silverman, Richard Tuten, Gary Blomberg, Gerri Harbison, Ken Suer and Todd Steinbrink. This was certainly not an easy task, but all of the former mayors rose to the challenge and pondered some key questions of their tenures in office.

Do you have memories or stories about living in Montgomery that you would like to share with the history project? You can share your story using the podcast feedback form. We are primarily seeking stories from 1995 to today but we will accept any story about living in Montgomery that you wish to share.

Montgomery 45242 Episode 19 (video) – “City Comes Together After Natural Disasters”

Mayors Richard Tuten and Gerri Harbison talk about how the City came together during natural disasters.

About This Project

Several years ago, City staff members embarked on a project to document Montgomery’s history since the completion of the book History of Montgomery 1795-1995. This book was created, funded and published by the Montgomery Historical Society and the Montgomery Bicentennial Commission as a part of the 1995 Bicentennial celebration.

As a part of this history project, former Montgomery mayors gathered for a video-recorded roundtable discussion to capture their unique perspectives and recollections serving as a Montgomery mayor. Those former mayors who participated in the discussion included Ivan Silverman, Richard Tuten, Gary Blomberg, Gerri Harbison, Ken Suer and Todd Steinbrink. This was certainly not an easy task, but all of the former mayors rose to the challenge and pondered some key questions of their tenures in office.

Do you have memories or stories about living in Montgomery that you would like to share with the history project? You can share your story using the podcast feedback form. We are primarily seeking stories from 1995 to today but we will accept any story about living in Montgomery that you wish to share.

Montgomery 45242 Episode 18 (video) – “Zoning”

Mayor Gary Blomberg talks about zoning in Montgomery.

About This Project

Several years ago, City staff members embarked on a project to document Montgomery’s history since the completion of the book History of Montgomery 1795-1995. This book was created, funded and published by the Montgomery Historical Society and the Montgomery Bicentennial Commission as a part of the 1995 Bicentennial celebration.

As a part of this history project, former Montgomery mayors gathered for a video-recorded roundtable discussion to capture their unique perspectives and recollections serving as a Montgomery mayor. Those former mayors who participated in the discussion included Ivan Silverman, Richard Tuten, Gary Blomberg, Gerri Harbison, Ken Suer and Todd Steinbrink. This was certainly not an easy task, but all of the former mayors rose to the challenge and pondered some key questions of their tenures in office.

Do you have memories or stories about living in Montgomery that you would like to share with the history project? You can share your story using the podcast feedback form. We are primarily seeking stories from 1995 to today but we will accept any story about living in Montgomery that you wish to share.

Montgomery 45242 Episode 17 (video) – “Economic Development”

Mayors Gerri Harbison, Richard Tuten, and Ken Suer talk about economic development in the City of Montgomery.

About This Project

Several years ago, City staff members embarked on a project to document Montgomery’s history since the completion of the book History of Montgomery 1795-1995. This book was created, funded and published by the Montgomery Historical Society and the Montgomery Bicentennial Commission as a part of the 1995 Bicentennial celebration.

As a part of this history project, former Montgomery mayors gathered for a video-recorded roundtable discussion to capture their unique perspectives and recollections serving as a Montgomery mayor. Those former mayors who participated in the discussion included Ivan Silverman, Richard Tuten, Gary Blomberg, Gerri Harbison, Ken Suer and Todd Steinbrink. This was certainly not an easy task, but all of the former mayors rose to the challenge and pondered some key questions of their tenures in office.

Do you have memories or stories about living in Montgomery that you would like to share with the history project? You can share your story using the podcast feedback form. We are primarily seeking stories from 1995 to today but we will accept any story about living in Montgomery that you wish to share.

Montgomery 45242 Episode 16 (video) – “MCLA”

Mayors Gerri Harbison, Ken Suer and Todd Steinbrink talk about the benefits of the Montgomery Citizens’ Leadership Academy.

About This Project

Several years ago, City staff members embarked on a project to document Montgomery’s history since the completion of the book History of Montgomery 1795-1995. This book was created, funded and published by the Montgomery Historical Society and the Montgomery Bicentennial Commission as a part of the 1995 Bicentennial celebration.

As a part of this history project, former Montgomery mayors gathered for a video-recorded roundtable discussion to capture their unique perspectives and recollections serving as a Montgomery mayor. Those former mayors who participated in the discussion included Ivan Silverman, Richard Tuten, Gary Blomberg, Gerri Harbison, Ken Suer and Todd Steinbrink. This was certainly not an easy task, but all of the former mayors rose to the challenge and pondered some key questions of their tenures in office.

Do you have memories or stories about living in Montgomery that you would like to share with the history project? You can share your story using the podcast feedback form. We are primarily seeking stories from 1995 to today but we will accept any story about living in Montgomery that you wish to share.

Montgomery 45242 Episode 15 (video) – “How Montgomery Has Evolved”

Mayors Ivan Silverman, Richard Tuten, Gary Blomberg, Gerri Harbison, Ken Suer, and Todd Steinbrink talk about how Montgomery has evolved over the years.

About This Project

Several years ago, City staff members embarked on a project to document Montgomery’s history since the completion of the book History of Montgomery 1795-1995. This book was created, funded and published by the Montgomery Historical Society and the Montgomery Bicentennial Commission as a part of the 1995 Bicentennial celebration.

As a part of this history project, former Montgomery mayors gathered for a video-recorded roundtable discussion to capture their unique perspectives and recollections serving as a Montgomery mayor. Those former mayors who participated in the discussion included Ivan Silverman, Richard Tuten, Gary Blomberg, Gerri Harbison, Ken Suer and Todd Steinbrink. This was certainly not an easy task, but all of the former mayors rose to the challenge and pondered some key questions of their tenures in office.

Do you have memories or stories about living in Montgomery that you would like to share with the history project? You can share your story using the podcast feedback form. We are primarily seeking stories from 1995 to today but we will accept any story about living in Montgomery that you wish to share.