Rep. Brad Tabke is the State Representative for House District 55A, serving the City of Shakopee and surrounding communities. Subscribe to this podcast as he sits down with community leaders, presents policy initiatives, and provides updates on work at the State Capitol.
A Conversation with Outgoing Shakopee Chamber President Angie Whitcomb
Angie Whitcomb, Shakopee Chamber President, has taken a new position with the Minneapolis Chamber of Commerce.
In today's podcast, Angie and I talk about her time as the Chamber President and the good - and bad - of her ten years here in Shakopee.
I can't thank Angie enough for her work on behalf of Shakopee businesses and our community. Best of luck in your new role!
Valley Fair and Autism Services
Today we have a two part podcast where we discuss what it means that Valley Fair is a certified as a Certified Autism Center.
We start off with Myron Pincomb with the International Board of Credentialing and Continuing Education Standards. He goes into what it takes to become a Certified Autism Center and what this means for a theme park.
Then we speak with Jessica Naderman with Valley Fair. She goes into what specific services and attractions will be available to make Valley Fair comfortable for folks across the entire spectrum.
End Child Abuse and Neglect
I am joined by Heather Wilson a Foster America fellow who is helping to end child abuse and neglect in Scott County. We discuss what supports are needed to keep families safe and together.
End of Session Recap
Listen as I go over everything that happened over the 2020 session and how it impacts Shakopee.
How COVID is Affecting Local Business in Shakopee
Today, we are joined by Jen Brewington the Economic Development Specialist for the city of Shakopee. We go into several issues that are facing our local businesses and what they need to continue to thrive in our community.
Discussion on Shakopee Prison with Safia Khan
Today I am joined by Safia Khan who is the Government Relations Director for the Shakopee prison. We go into a number of matters around how the prison affects our community and the criminal justice system as a whole.