The Safe City Project

Recorded: November 13, 2014

The Safe City Project is about SOLUTIONS that will reduce crime in a city. It’s about smart people deeply investing in their city so they are equipped to answer some of the toughest questions that a community could face. In 2014, the City of Redding reached a peak in frustration over rising crime. Some may have even started to believe that the problems were too big, too expensive, and too complex, or couldn’t be repaired because of decisions already made by others in Sacramento.

The Safe City Project brought together a team of people who would not give into resignation or hopelessness over the city that they love. They came together and invested hundreds of hours into listening to community leaders, studying the problems, researching other cities, and discovering successes in cities much like ours. They were strategic enough to think outside of the box, resilient enough to not give up when facing resistance, and committed enough to dig deeply and realistically find the best possible ideas to rebuild Redding into a safe city.

Heidi Hall and Doug LaMalfa - candidate forum for the California 1st Congressional District

Recorded: October 8, 2014

Candidate Forum for the California 1st Congressional District. Questions to the two candidates, Heidi Hall and Doug LaMalfa, were submitted by the audience members. This was presented by the Redding Area League of Women Voters. It was open to the public. The event was co-sponsored by the Record Searchlight.

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Redding City Council Presentation

City of Redding – City Council candidate forum.

Recorded: September 12, 2014

Redding City Council candidates answered questions during a League of Women Voters Forum. This was organized with the assistance of VIVA Downtown, Cascade Theater, and the Shasta County Arts Council. This video was made possible by Shasta Community Access Channels, a project of Shasta County Arts Council.

Performing Arts Society concert: An Evening With John Maich & Robert Bowman.

Recorded: July 11, 2014

The Performing Arts Society, in conjunction with the Shasta County Arts Council, bring monthly classical concerts at Old City Hall. This one featured an evening recital with John Maich on the violin and Robert Bowman on the piano. The program featured Symphonie Espagnol, Op. 21 by Edouard Lalo (1823-1891) - four movements: I. Allegro non roppo II. Scherzando-Allegro molto III. Andante IV. Rondo-Allegro. Sonatina in G major, Op. 100 by Antonin Dvorak (1841-1904) - four movements: I. Allegro risoluto II. Larghetto III. Scherzo-Molto vivace IV. Finale - Allegro Molto. Sonata #3 in d minor, Op. 108 by Johannes Brahms (1833-1891) - four movements I. Allegro II. Adagio III. Un poco presto e con sentinento IV. Presto Agitato.

Redding Police Department - Quarterly Town Hall Meeting.

Recorded: July 30, 2014

Available on YouTube! Many thanks to Robert Exter, who helped to film and edit the material and made it available on his YouTube channel. Click here to view the videos.

Performing Arts Society presents: Trinity Alps Chamber Music Festival and Friction Quartet.

Recorded: February 5, 2014