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Starting November 28, 2018, the City of Richfield will be starting a weekly podcast dedicated to expounding on the city’s many projects and programs, as well as talking to people of interest within the community.

The podcast, which is titled That’s Rich(field), is available on iTunes and Spotify.

Episode I - Mayor Pat Elliott

For our first episode of the That's Rich(field) Podcast we sit down with Mayor Pat Elliott and talk about growing up in Richfield, his time on the city council and his plans for the future. 

 

Episode II - Organics recycling 

For our second episode of the That's Rich(field) Podcast we sit down with Minnesota Green Corps member Rachel Lindholm to talk about the city's new organics recycling program. 

 

 

Episode III - Road reconstruction 

For the third episode of the That's Rich(field) Podcast we sit down with city engineer Jeff Pearson to discuss road reconstruction, roundabouts and the city's complete streets policy. 

 

 

Episode IV - Holiday fire safety 

For our fourth episode of the That's Rich(field) Podcast we sit down with Fire Chief Wayne Kewitsch to discuss holiday fire safety and what it is like to spend Christmas at the fire station. 

 

 

Episode V - Winter at the Wood Lake Nature Center

For our fifth episode of the That's Rich(field) Podcast we sit down with Wood Lake Nature Center naturalist Ashley Hansen to discuss the nature center's annual Candlelight and Ice event taking place on December 31, as well as all the other winter happenings at the nature center. 

 

Episode VI - Winter weather and smart salting

For our sixth episode of the That's Rich(field) Podcast we sit down with Public Works Department Operations Superintendent Chris Link to discuss how the city tackles winter weather. We also talk about how smart salting is saving the city money and better for the environment, while still keeping residents safe on the roads. 

 

Episode VII - Community policing 

For our seventh episode of the That's Rich(field) Podcast we sit down with Richfield Police Department Lieutenant Brad Drayna and Community Liaison Diana Chaman Salas to discuss how the city's police utilize community policing to build trust in with residents, as well as how this relationship leads to a safer Richfield.