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Podcast: Crisis Leadership with Keith Witcosky, Redmond City Manager

New episode of the Bend Don't Break podcast, hosted by publisher Aaron Switzer

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Bend Don't Break is a new podcast series from the Source Weekly, hosted by our publisher Aaron Switzer, who started Bend's first and only alternative weekly two decades ago.

Aaron dives into range of topics relevant to the COVID-19 pandemic like the economy, the local anti-lockdown movement, leadership in the time of COVID  and much more.

This week we talk to Keith Witcosky, Redmond's city manager, about what its like to run the city after declaring a state of emergency due to COVID-19. We walk through the controversies surrounding the tourism economy, how Redmond Airport factors into the conversation around reopening and the challenge of enforcing rules while respecting constitutional rights.



Look for updates every week!

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