|Studio one features college towns and spring park cleaning|
Learn why the economy is different in college towns and the reason flooded parks may not be ready for pedestrians this spring on the next edition of Studio One.
The economy is making things more difficult for almost everyone, but some cities are not as affected because of universities. College towns have the benefit of young people who like to spend money on recreation. “You see a younger generation that has a certain amount of disposable income, likes to spend money on movies shopping or entertainment,” says Grand Forks Public Information Officer, Kevin Dean. Find out how these towns might help soften the blow of the recession.
Also on the show, spring cleaning in the Grand Fork’s Park District is being put on hold. Fifteen employees work year round to keep the parks clean, and it looks like their jobs are going to be a little harder this spring. Learn how labor intensive flood clean-up can be on the next edition of Studio One.
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