Episode 181 Rod Stevens, Suzuki, Affordable Housing and the Police Station.

Episode 181 Rod Stevens, Suzuki, Affordable Housing and the Police Station.

Can the old cop shop be a future statement about real affordable housing and growth on Bainbridge Island? City of Bainbridge Island, Washington might enjoy this approach. It’s interesting! We all agreed the BARN – Bainbridge Artisan Resource Network is an underutilized resource (the first place Wake Up Bainbridge recorded). The question Rod thinks we should all ask ourselves is, “How you will draw members of the community together to identify what they want to accomplish together?”

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