Tuesday, May 23, 2006
Detroit Zoo Director Interview by Jack Lessenberry's Essays and Interviews
Jack Lessenberry writes: Late last week the state Senate approved a 4 (m) million dollar emergency appropriation for the Detroit Zoo. The state House is expected to approve the subsidy this week, and send it to Governor Granholm. This winter, the future of the zoo future seemed in jeopardy. Detroit could no longer afford the zoo's upkeep. And it briefly appeared that Detroit's City Council would rather close the zoo than transfer it to the private zoological society. Michigan Radio's Jack Lessenberry spoke with Ron Kagan the director of the Detroit Zoo to find out how the zoo is faring.
Listen to Interview: Ron Kagan - 5/22/06
Read or listen to Essay: Human Zoology - 5/22/06
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