Frederick County Councilman Kai Hagen on Climate Resolution
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Frederick County Councilman Kai Hagen on Climate Resolution that he and Councilwoman Jessica Fitzwater introduced. Read Story on WFMD Frederick Newspost story See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Frederick County Councilman Kai Hagen discussed including forested areas in protected land easements in Frederick County’s Installment Purchase Program (IPP), a county-run agricultural preservation program. FNP Article See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Kai Hagen was elected to the Frederick County Council (At-Large) in 2018. Previously, he was elected to Frederick County Board of County Commissioners in 2006, where he served through 2010. Kai and his wife, Kirsten, have two sons, Tor, 27, and Leif, 22. After growing up in Washington DC, Kai left the area to attend St. Olaf College in Minnesota, returning east after a dozen years there and eight more in California. For most of that time, he worked with a number of environmental organizations. The family moved to the City of Frederick in 1995, and then to northern Frederick County in 2000. Since they first settled in Frederick County, Kai has been highly engaged in the community. For the last eight years, he has served as the Director of Envision Frederick County, a non-profit organization founded on the principle that informed public discourse and active engagement of individuals and groups in our civic life are essential to our mutual well-being and prosperity.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
In the Booth with Kai Hagen, candidate for County Council At-large
Kai Hagen, a Democrat seeking an At-large seat on the Frederick County Council, sat down with host Allen Etzler and News-Post reporter Mallory Panuska to discuss a variety of county issues, ranging everywhere from school construction fees and affordable housing to opioid abuse and property taxes.Voters will elect two County Council At-large members during the upcoming general election. The members will represent the entire county, will serve four-year terms and make $22,500 each. Early voting for the election begins Oct. 25 and the Election Day is set Nov. 6.Be sure to also give a listen to separate podcast episodes featuring fellow At-large candidates Democrat Susan Reeder Jesse, Republicans Phil Dacey and Danny Farrar and unaffiliated incumbent Bud Otis.Subscribe on Apple Podcasts
Episode 33 | Kai Hagen for County Council at Large
Frederick Democrats Podcast
Kai Hagen for County Council at Large discusses his previous experience as a county commissioner, his dedication to protecting the environment, and championing affordable housing, education, and smart growth for Frederick County.For more information visit: https://kaihagen.com/ and https://www.facebook.com/friendsofkaihagen/ For more information about the Frederick County Democratic Party visit: www.frederickdemocrats.org or find us on Facebook at: https://www.facebook.com/FrederickDemocrats/