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 41. 2020 Census with Nancy Rangel and Michael Howell | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:24:15

Welcome to Roses & Weeds! A City of Tyler podcast that is here to keep you up to date with current events and news related to our beautiful city. In this episode of the Roses & Weeds, we are joined by Nancy Arellano Rangel, the President of the Tyler Hispanic Business Alliance and Chairperson of the Complete Count 2020 Committee. The Complete Count 2020 Committee supports participation in the 2020 census in the greater Tyler area. We are also joined by Michael Howell from Tyler Planning and the Tyler Area Metropolitan Planning Organization. Both Nancy and Michael joined us to speak about the 2020 Census. They provide our listeners with guidance on participating in the census, and to help get the word out about employment opportunities related to the 2020 Census. Remember, Census day is April 1st, 2020. Being counted makes a big difference. Please visit https://census.gov/ for more information about the 2020 Census. For more information on the Tyler Hispanic Business Alliance check out our Roses & Weeds episode showcasing that great organization here: https://soundcloud.com/rosesandweeds/33-tyler-hispanic-business-alliance-with-nancy-arellano-rangel. Roses & Weeds is recorded at the Tyler Innovation Pipeline, which is a makers space staffed by the city of Tyler and the University of Texas-Tyler College of Business and Technology where you too can record a podcast with our world-class audio studio, record something on a huge professionally lit green screen, use 3d Printers, Laser Cutters, and so much more. Memberships are now available. Roses & Weeds is hosted by City employees Veronica Brady Innovation Manager of the Innovation Pipeline and by Samuel Brady from Tyler GIS. If you have any questions, comments, or ideas for future show topics, please reach out to us at PublicRelations@TylerTexas.com, and be sure to #rosesandweeds all your questions to the City of Tyler on social media. Recordings of City Council, as well as Meeting Agendas, can be found here: tylercitytx.iqm2.com/Citizens/Default.aspx. City Council meetings are held on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of every month at City Hall 212 N. Bonner Ave, Tyler, TX 75702. Music used in intro and outro is Surfing day by Marcos H. Bolanos on Unchained Melodies Vol. 2, Creative Commons. Roses & Weeds is a City of Tyler production, all rights reserved. This episode was produced by Samuel Brady. Edited by Samuel Brady. Show notes by Samuel Brady.

 40. Tyler Rose Garden | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:22:14

Welcome to Roses & Weeds! A City of Tyler podcast that is here to keep you up to date with current events and news related to our beautiful city. In this episode of the Roses & Weeds, we are joined by Leanne Robinette, the Senior Manager of Parks Recreation and Tourism for the City of Tyler and Jose Parga, the Superintendent of the Tyler Rose Garden. Jose and Leanne showcase the Tyler Municipal Rose Garden for Roses & Weeds listeners. This rose garden was recently added to the National Register of Historic Places. Roses & Weeds is recorded at the Tyler Innovation Pipeline, which is a makers space staffed by the city of Tyler and the University of Texas-Tyler College of Business and Technology where you too can record a podcast with our world-class audio studio, record something on a huge professionally lit green screen, use 3d Printers, Laser Cutters, and so much more. Memberships are now available. Roses & Weeds is hosted by City employees Veronica Brady Innovation Manager of the Innovation Pipeline and by Samuel Brady from Tyler GIS. If you have any questions, comments, or ideas for future show topics, please reach out to us at PublicRelations@TylerTexas.com, and be sure to #rosesandweeds all your questions to the City of Tyler on social media. Recordings of City Council, as well as Meeting Agendas, can be found here: tylercitytx.iqm2.com/Citizens/Default.aspx. City Council meetings are held on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of every month at City Hall 212 N. Bonner Ave, Tyler, TX 75702. Music used in intro and outro is Surfing day by Marcos H. Bolanos on Unchained Melodies Vol. 2, Creative Commons. Roses & Weeds is a City of Tyler production, all rights reserved. This episode was produced by Samuel Brady. Edited by Samuel Brady. Show notes by Samuel Brady.

 39. GIS Day 2019 with Tyler GIS and Dr. Mary Helen Fagan | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 01:02:02

Welcome to Roses & Weeds! A City of Tyler podcast that is here to keep you up to date with current events and news related to our beautiful city. In this episode of the Roses & Weeds, we showcase the all-star Tyler GIS team with special guests Dan Allee, Dana LeBrun, Holly Wahl, Jonathan Baldwin, Lance Yarema, Philip Burkhart, Rey Morales, and Shruti Patil. We also speak to Dr. Mary Helen Fagan from the UT Tyler Soules College of Business about her collaborations over the past year with Tyler GIS. For more information about Tyler GIS, visit us on the web at https://cityoftyler.org/, or feel free to reach us by phone at 903-531-1241 or by email at gisstaff@tylertexas.com. For more information on the UT Tyler Soules College of Business, you can visit them on the web here: https://www.uttyler.edu/cbt/. More information about GIS Day can be found here: https://www.gisday.com/en-us/overview. Special thanks to Dan Allee for guest hosting parts of this episode. Roses & Weeds is recorded at the Tyler Innovation Pipeline, which is a makers space staffed by the city of Tyler and the University of Texas Tyler College of Business and Technology where you too can come record a podcast with our world-class audio studio, record something on a huge professionally lit green screen, use 3d Printers, Laser Cutters, and so much more. Memberships are now available. Roses & Weeds is hosted by City employees Veronica Brady Innovation Manager of the Innovation Pipeline and by Samuel Brady from Tyler GIS. If you have any questions, comments, or ideas for future show topics, please reach out to us at PublicRelations@TylerTexas.com, and be sure to #rosesandweeds all your questions to the City of Tyler on social media. Recordings of City Council, as well as Meeting Agendas, can be found here: tylercitytx.iqm2.com/Citizens/Default.aspx. City Council meetings are held on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of every month at City Hall 212 N. Bonner Ave, Tyler, TX 75702. Music used in intro and outro is Surfing day by Marcos H. Bolanos on Unchained Melodies Vol. 2, Creative Commons. Roses & Weeds is a City of Tyler production, all rights reserved. This episode was produced by Samuel Brady. Edited by Samuel Brady. Show notes by Samuel Brady.

 38. Texas College with President Fennell, Ph.D. | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:24:45

Welcome to Roses & Weeds! A City of Tyler podcast that is here to keep you up to date with current events and news related to our beautiful city. In this episode of the Roses & Weeds we interview Dr. Dwight J. Fennell, Sr. the President of Texas College a historically black four-year college located here in Tyler Texas. Texas College is celebrating 125 years since it's founding and is an important and vibrant part of the history of Tyler Texas. To learn more about Texas College please visit them on the web at https://www.texascollege.edu/ or call 903-593-8311. For more information on Liberty Hall visit them on the web here: libertytyler.com/. Roses & Weeds is recorded at the Tyler Innovation Pipeline, which is a makers space staffed by the city of Tyler and the University of Texas Tyler College of Business and Technology where you too can come record a podcast with our world-class audio studio, record something on a huge professionally lit green screen, use 3d Printers, Laser Cutters, and so much more. Memberships are now available. Roses & Weeds is hosted by City employees Veronica Brady Innovation Manager of the Innovation Pipeline and by Samuel Brady from Tyler GIS. If you have any questions, comments, or ideas for future show topics please reach out to us at PublicRelations@TylerTexas.com, and be sure to #rosesandweeds all your questions to the City of Tyler on social media. Recordings of City Council, as well as Meeting Agendas, can be found here: tylercitytx.iqm2.com/Citizens/Default.aspx. City Council meetings are held on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of every month at City Hall 212 N. Bonner Ave, Tyler, TX 75702. Music used in intro and outro is Surfing day by Marcos H. Bolanos on Unchained Melodies Vol. 2, Creative Commons. Roses & Weeds is a City of Tyler production, all rights reserved. This episode was produced by Samuel Brady and Adriana Rodriquez. Edited by Samuel Brady. Show notes by Samuel Brady.

 37. Card 53 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:36:06

Welcome to Roses & Weeds! A City of Tyler podcast that is here to keep you up to date with current events and news related to our beautiful city. In this episode of the Roses & Weeds we interview Brad Johnson and Jamey Whitley from the improv comedy team Card 53. Card 53 regularly performs at the historic Liberty Hall Theater in Tyler and have become a mainstay of the Tyler community. To learn more about Card 53 visit them on the web here: https://www.card53.com/ or on facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/CARD53/. For more information on Liberty Hall visit them on the web here: https://libertytyler.com/. Roses & Weeds is recorded at the Tyler Innovation Pipeline, which is a makers space staffed by the city of Tyler and the University of Texas Tyler College of Business and Technology where you too can come record a podcast with our world-class audio studio, record something on a huge professionally lit green screen, use 3d Printers, Laser Cutters, and so much more. Memberships are now available. Roses & Weeds is hosted by City employees Veronica Brady Innovation Manager of the Innovation Pipeline and by Samuel Brady from Tyler GIS. If you have any questions, comments, or ideas for future show topics please reach out to us at PublicRelations@TylerTexas.com, and be sure to #rosesandweeds all your questions to the City of Tyler on social media. Recordings of City Council, as well as Meeting Agendas, can be found here: tylercitytx.iqm2.com/Citizens/Default.aspx. City Council meetings are held on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of every month at City Hall 212 N. Bonner Ave, Tyler, TX 75702. Music used in intro and outro is Surfing day by Marcos H. Bolanos on Unchained Melodies Vol. 2, Creative Commons. Roses & Weeds is a City of Tyler production, all rights reserved. This episode was produced by Samuel Brady, and Adriana Rodriquez. Edited by Samuel Brady. Show notes by Samuel Brady.

 36. Walking Tour of the 1859 Goodman-LeGrand House & Museum pt 2 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:31:58

Welcome to Roses & Weeds! A City of Tyler podcast that is here to keep you up to date with current events and news related to our beautiful city. In this episode of the Roses & Weeds we embark on an audio walking tour of the 1859 Goodman-LeGrand House & Museum. Your usually Roses & Weeds hosts are accompanied by Mary Foster, the Goodman Museum Curator who gives us a detailed tour of a treasured historical home in Tyler. To learn more about the Goodman Museum visit them on the web here: parksandrec.cityoftyler.org/ConventionT…Museum.aspx. The Goodman Museum can be reached by email at gmuseum@tylertexas.com or by phone at 903-531-1286. Roses & Weeds is recorded at the Tyler Innovation Pipeline, which is a makers space staffed by the city of Tyler and the University of Texas Tyler College of Business and Technology where you too can come record a podcast with our world-class audio studio, record something on a huge professionally lit green screen, use 3d Printers, Laser Cutters, and so much more. Memberships are now available. Roses & Weeds is hosted by City employees Veronica Brady Innovation Manager of the Innovation Pipeline and by Samuel Brady from Tyler GIS. If you have any questions, comments, or ideas for future show topics please reach out to us at PublicRelations@TylerTexas.com, and be sure to #rosesandweeds all your questions to the City of Tyler on social media. Recordings of City Council, as well as Meeting Agendas, can be found here: tylercitytx.iqm2.com/Citizens/Default.aspx. City Council meetings are held on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of every month at City Hall 212 N. Bonner Ave, Tyler, TX 75702. Music used in intro and outro is Surfing day by Marcos H. Bolanos on Unchained Melodies Vol. 2, Creative Commons. Roses & Weeds is a City of Tyler production, all rights reserved. This episode was produced by Samuel Brady, Dan Allee, Adriana Rodriquez, Veronica Brady, and Mary Foster. Edited by Samuel Brady and Adriana Rodriquez. Show notes by Samuel Brady.

 35. Walking Tour of the 1859 Goodman-LeGrand House & Museum | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:56:33

Welcome to Roses & Weeds! A City of Tyler podcast that is here to keep you up to date with current events and news related to our beautiful city. In this episode of the Roses & Weeds we embark on an audio walking tour of the 1859 Goodman-LeGrand House & Museum. Your usually Roses & Weeds hosts are accompanied by Mary Foster, the Goodman Museum Curator who gives us a detailed tour of a treasured historical home in Tyler. To learn more about the Goodman Museum visit them on the web here: http://parksandrec.cityoftyler.org/ConventionTourismFacilities/GoodmanMuseum.aspx. The Goodman Museum can be reached by email at gmuseum@tylertexas.com or by phone at 903-531-1286. Roses & Weeds is recorded at the Tyler Innovation Pipeline, which is a makers space staffed by the city of Tyler and the University of Texas Tyler College of Business and Technology where you too can come record a podcast with our world-class audio studio, record something on a huge professionally lit green screen, use 3d Printers, Laser Cutters, and so much more. Memberships are now available. Roses & Weeds is hosted by City employees Veronica Brady Innovation Manager of the Innovation Pipeline and by Samuel Brady from Tyler GIS. If you have any questions, comments, or ideas for future show topics please reach out to us at PublicRelations@TylerTexas.com, and be sure to #rosesandweeds all your questions to the City of Tyler on social media. Recordings of City Council, as well as Meeting Agendas, can be found here: tylercitytx.iqm2.com/Citizens/Default.aspx. City Council meetings are held on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of every month at City Hall 212 N. Bonner Ave, Tyler, TX 75702. Music used in intro and outro is Surfing day by Marcos H. Bolanos on Unchained Melodies Vol. 2, Creative Commons. Roses & Weeds is a City of Tyler production, all rights reserved. This episode was produced by Samuel Brady, Dan Allee, Adriana Rodriquez, Veronica Brady, and Mary Foster. Edited by Samuel Brady and Adriana Rodriquez. Show notes by Samuel Brady.

 34. UT Tyler with Dr. Laura Jackson | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:23:48

Welcome to Roses & Weeds! A City of Tyler podcast that is here to keep you up to date with current events and news related to our beautiful city. In this episode of the Roses & Weeds, we are joined by Ms. Laura Jackson, the Assistant Vice President for Government and Community Affairs with the University of Texas at Tyler or UT Tyler the largest higher education system here in Tyler. Laura Jackson helps introduce us to UT and the role it plays in the greater Tyler community. To learn more about UT Tyler please visit them on the web here: https://www.uttyler.edu/. Roses & Weeds is recorded at the Tyler Innovation Pipeline, which is a makers space staffed by the city of Tyler and the University of Texas Tyler College of Business and Technology where you too can come record a podcast with our world-class audio studio, record something on a huge professionally lit green screen, use 3d Printers, Laser Cutters, and so much more. Memberships are now available. Roses & Weeds is hosted by City employees Veronica Brady Innovation Manager of the Innovation Pipeline and by Samuel Brady from Tyler GIS. If you have any questions, comments, or ideas for future show topics please reach out to us at PublicRelations@TylerTexas.com, and be sure to #rosesandweeds all your questions to the City of Tyler on social media. Recordings of City Council, as well as Meeting Agendas, can be found here: tylercitytx.iqm2.com/Citizens/Default.aspx. City Council meetings are held on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of every month at City Hall 212 N. Bonner Ave, Tyler, TX 75702. Music used in intro and outro is Surfing day by Marcos H. Bolanos on Unchained Melodies Vol. 2, Creative Commons. Roses & Weeds is a City of Tyler production, all rights reserved. This episode was produced by Samuel Brady. Edited by Samuel Brady. Show notes by Samuel Brady.

 33. Tyler Hispanic Business Alliance with Nancy Arellano Rangel | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:32:09

Welcome to Roses & Weeds! A City of Tyler podcast that is here to keep you up to date with current events and news related to our beautiful city. In this episode of the Roses & Weeds, we are joined by Ms. Nancy Arellano Rangel, the president of The Tyler Hispanic Business Alliance, a nonprofit housed in the Tyler Chamber of Commerce supporting new and existing Hispanic owned businesses in East Texas and supporting all businesses in Hispanic business outreach. To learn more about the Tyler Hispanic Business Alliance visit them on the web here: www.tylertexas.com/hispanic-business-alliance or on facebook here: www.facebook.com/TylerHBA/. Nancy Rangel's email address is nrangel@tylertexas.com. Please feel free to reach out to her for any questions about the Tyler Hispanic Business Alliance, or for inquiries on how to volunteer for the HBA. To learn more about leadership Tyler listen to this episode of the Roses and Weeds highlighting Leadership Tyler: Rosesandweeds – 18-leadership-tyler. To learn more about the East Texas Leadership Summit listen to this episode of the Roses and Weeds highlighting the East Texas Leadership Summit: Rosesandweeds – 32-east-texas-leadership-summit. Roses & Weeds is recorded at the Tyler Innovation Pipeline, which is a makers space staffed by the city of Tyler and the University of Texas Tyler College of Business and Technology where you too can come record a podcast with our world-class audio studio, record something on a huge professionally lit green screen, use 3d Printers, Laser Cutters, and so much more. Memberships are now available. Roses & Weeds is hosted by City employees Veronica Brady Innovation Manager of the Innovation Pipeline and by Samuel Brady from Tyler GIS. If you have any questions, comments, or ideas for future show topics please reach out to us at PublicRelations@TylerTexas.com, and be sure to #rosesandweeds all your questions to the City of Tyler on social media. Recordings of City Council, as well as Meeting Agendas, can be found here: tylercitytx.iqm2.com/Citizens/Default.aspx. City Council meetings are held on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of every month at City Hall 212 N. Bonner Ave, Tyler, TX 75702. Music used in intro and outro is Surfing day by Marcos H. Bolanos on Unchained Melodies Vol. 2, Creative Commons. Roses & Weeds is a City of Tyler production, all rights reserved. This episode was produced by Samuel Brady. Edited by Samuel Brady. Show notes by Samuel Brady.

 32. East Texas Leadership Summit | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:22:53

Welcome to Roses & Weeds! A City of Tyler podcast that is here to keep you up to date with current events and news related to our beautiful city. In this episode of the Roses & Weeds, we are joined by Mr. Nick Pesina, an attorney at Roberts & Roberts Law Firm, to talk to us about the East Texas Leadership Summit. This year's East Texas Leadership Summit will occur on May 17th, 2019 and is a one-day event where attendees can hear from inspirational leaders in the greater Tyler Area. From the East Texas Leadership Summit’s website: "The East Texas Leadership Summit will connect you with other leaders from different backgrounds and experiences to set the basis for the transformation of our region. Large-scale social change requires large-scale collaboration and the commitment to a common agenda. Join emerging and existing leaders at the East Texas Leadership Summit to ignite the conversation to make an impact!" To learn more about the East Texas Leadership Summit and to purchase tickets please visit them on the web here: https://www.etxleadershipsummit.com/. Smittee Root the Executive Director of leadership Tyler's previous appearance on Roses & Weeds can be found here: https://soundcloud.com/rosesandweeds/18-leadership-tyler. Roses & Weeds is recorded at the Tyler Innovation Pipeline, which is a makers space staffed by the city of Tyler and the University of Texas Tyler College of Business and Technology where you too can come record a podcast with our world-class audio studio, record something on a huge professionally lit green screen, use 3d Printers, Laser Cutters, and so much more. Memberships are now available. Roses & Weeds is hosted by City employees Veronica Brady Innovation Manager of the Innovation Pipeline and by Samuel Brady from Tyler GIS. If you have any questions, comments, or ideas for future show topics please reach out to us at PublicRelations@TylerTexas.com, and be sure to #rosesandweeds all your questions to the City of Tyler on social media. Recordings of City Council, as well as Meeting Agendas, can be found here: tylercitytx.iqm2.com/Citizens/Default.aspx. City Council meetings are held on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of every month at City Hall 212 N. Bonner Ave, Tyler, TX 75702. Music used in intro and outro is Surfing day by Marcos H. Bolanos on Unchained Melodies Vol. 2, Creative Commons. Roses & Weeds is a City of Tyler production, all rights reserved. This episode was produced by Samuel Brady. Edited by Samuel Brady. Show notes by Samuel Brady.

 31. Tyler Junior College with Dr. Renfro | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:29:20

Welcome to Roses & Weeds! A City of Tyler podcast that is here to keep you up to date with current events and news related to our beautiful city. In this episode of the Roses & Weeds, we are joined by Dr. Bryan Renfro theAssociate Vice Provost of Academic and Workforce Affairs and Dean of the School of Professional and Technical Programs at Tyler Junior College to talk about all things TJC. For more information on TJC please visit them on the web here: https://www.tjc.edu/. Roses & Weeds is recorded at the Tyler Innovation Pipeline, which is a makers space staffed by the city of Tyler and the University of Texas Tyler College of Business and Technology where you too can come record a podcast with our world-class audio studio, record something on a huge professionally lit green screen, use 3d Printers, Laser Cutters, and so much more. Memberships are now available. Roses & Weeds is hosted by City employees Veronica Brady Innovation Manager of the Innovation Pipeline and by Samuel Brady from Tyler GIS or Geographic Information Services. If you have any questions, comments, or ideas for future show topics please reach out to us at PublicRelations@TylerTexas.com, and be sure to #rosesandweeds all your questions to the City of Tyler on social media. Recordings of City Council, as well as Meeting Agendas, can be found here: tylercitytx.iqm2.com/Citizens/Default.aspx. City Council meetings are held on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of every month at City Hall 212 N. Bonner Ave, Tyler, TX 75702. Music used in intro and outro is Surfing day by Marcos H. Bolanos on Unchained Melodies Vol. 2, Creative Commons. Roses & Weeds is a City of Tyler production, all rights reserved. This episode was produced by Samuel Brady. Edited by Samuel Brady. Show notes by Samuel Brady.

 30. The Discovery Science Place | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:24:29

Welcome to Roses & Weeds! A City of Tyler podcast that is here to keep you up to date with current events and news related to our beautiful city. In this episode of the Roses & Weeds, we are joined by Chris Rasure the Executive Director of the Discovery Science Place a children's science and discovery museum located at 308 N Broadway Ave, Tyler TX 75702. For more information on the Discovery Science Place you can find them on the web here: http://www.discoveryscienceplace.org/. For more information on the Discovery Science Place's Spring Break Camps please visit them on the web here: http://www.discoveryscienceplace.org/spring-camps-2019/. For more information about the Tyler Mini Maker Faire please visit them on the web here: https://tyler.makerfaire.com/. For more information on the Girls Who Code club hosted at the Tyler Innovation Pipeline please visit them on the web here: https://www.tylerinnovators.com/gwc3-5. Roses & Weeds is recorded at the Tyler Innovation Pipeline, which is a makers space staffed by the city of Tyler and the University of Texas Tyler College of Business and Technology where you too can come record a podcast with our world-class audio studio, record something on a huge professionally lit green screen, use 3d Printers, Laser Cutters, and so much more. Memberships are now available. Roses & Weeds is hosted by City employees Veronica Brady Innovation Manager of the Innovation Pipeline and by Samuel Brady from Tyler GIS or Geographic Information Services. If you have any questions, comments, or ideas for future show topics please reach out to us at PublicRelations@TylerTexas.com, and be sure to #rosesandweeds all your questions to the City of Tyler on social media. Recordings of City Council, as well as Meeting Agendas, can be found here: tylercitytx.iqm2.com/Citizens/Default.aspx. City Council meetings are held on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of every month at City Hall 212 N. Bonner Ave, Tyler, TX 75702. Music used in intro and outro is Surfing day by Marcos H. Bolanos on Unchained Melodies Vol. 2, Creative Commons. Roses & Weeds is a City of Tyler production, all rights reserved. This episode was produced by Samuel Brady. Edited by Samuel Brady. Shownotes by Samuel Brady.

 29. Black History Month in Tyler | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:24:12

Welcome to Roses & Weeds! A City of Tyler podcast that is here to keep you up to date with current events and news related to our beautiful city. In this episode of the Roses & Weeds, guest host Bob Mauldin sits down with City Councilman Ed Moore and former City Councilman Daryl Bowdre to talk about Black History Month in the City of Tyler. They will also discuss the upcoming program Step Up: The History of Our Fraternities and Sororities coming to Liberty Hall February 28th at 7:00 PM. Roses & Weeds is hosted by City employees Veronica Brady Innovation Manager of the Innovation Pipeline and by Samuel Brady from Tyler GIS or Geographic Information Services. If you have any questions, comments, or ideas for future show topics please reach out to us at PublicRelations@TylerTexas.com, and be sure to #rosesandweeds all your questions to the City of Tyler on social media. Recordings of City Council, as well as Meeting Agendas, can be found here: tylercitytx.iqm2.com/Citizens/Default.aspx. City Council meetings are held on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of every month at City Hall 212 N. Bonner Ave, Tyler, TX 75702. Music used in intro and outro is Surfing day by Marcos H. Bolanos on Unchained Melodies Vol. 2, Creative Commons. Roses & Weeds is a City of Tyler production, all rights reserved. This episode was produced by Samuel Brady, and Bob Mauldin. Edited by Samuel Brady, and Bob Mauldin. Shownotes by Samuel Brady, and Bob Mauldin.

 28. Tyler Innovation Pipeline Deep Dive and Tyler Library | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:38:00

Welcome to Roses & Weeds! A City of Tyler podcast that is here to keep you up to date with current events and news related to our beautiful city. In this episode of the Roses & Weeds, we are joined by Ashley Taylor the City Librarian at the Tyler Public Library who joins us to talk about all the exiting upcoming events at the library as well as to tell us about its many features. We also explore the Tyler Innovation Pipeline with our cohost and the Executive Director of the pipeline Veronica Brady and hear some interviews recorded from the Pipeline’s one year anniversary party. For more information on the Tyler Innovation Pipeline you can find them on the web here: https://www.tylerinnovators.com/. And for more information on the Tyler Public Library including its upcoming events, they can be found on the web here: http://tylerlibrary.com. Roses & Weeds is recorded at the Tyler Innovation Pipeline, which is a makers space staffed by the city of Tyler and the University of Texas Tyler College of Business and Technology where you too can come record a podcast with our world class audio studio, record something on a huge professionally lit green screen, use 3d Printers, Laser Cutters, and so much more. Memberships are now available. Roses & Weeds is hosted by City employees Veronica Brady Innovation Manager of the Innovation Pipeline and by Samuel Brady from Tyler GIS or Geographic Information Services. If you have any questions, comments, or ideas for future show topics please reach out to us at PublicRelations@TylerTexas.com, and be sure to #rosesandweeds all your questions to the City of Tyler on social media. Recordings of City Council, as well as Meeting Agendas, can be found here: tylercitytx.iqm2.com/Citizens/Default.aspx. City Council meetings are held on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of every month at City Hall 212 N. Bonner Ave, Tyler, TX 75702. Music used in intro and outro is Surfing day by Marcos H. Bolanos on Unchained Melodies Vol. 2, Creative Commons. Roses & Weeds is a City of Tyler production, all rights reserved. This episode was produced by Samuel Brady, Veronica Brady. Edited by Samuel Brady. Shownotes by Samuel Brady.

 27. TML Awards with Councilmember Don Warren | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 00:42:03

Welcome to Roses & Weeds! A City of Tyler podcast that is here to keep you up to date with current events and news related to our beautiful city. In this episode of the Roses & Weeds, we are joined by Tyler Councilmember Don Warren who represents the Northeast district of Tyler, by Tyler Managing Director (and Roses & Weeds Intern) Stephanie Franklin, and by Tyler Communications Director Julie Goodgame to discuss Tyler's recent winning of two Texas Municipal Excellence Awards by the Texas Municipal League. More information on Tyler's winning of these two prestigious statewide awards can be found here: http://www.cityoftyler.org/News/tabid/1554/ctl/NewsArticle/mid/3011/CategoryID/11/NewsID/34056/Default.aspx?SkinSrc=[G]Skins/CityTyler/Departments. More information on Bergfeld Park can be found here: http://parksandrec.cityoftyler.org/ParkDirectory/BergfeldPark.aspx. And more information on the 2018 Texas Municipal Excellence Awards can be found here: https://www.tml.org/2018-tml-municipal-excellence-award-winners-over. Roses & Weeds is recorded at the Tyler Innovation Pipeline, which is a makers space staffed by the city of Tyler and the University of Texas Tyler College of Business and Technology where you too can come record a podcast with our world class audio studio, record something on a huge professionally lit green screen, use 3d Printers, Laser Cutters, and so much more. Memberships are now available. Roses & Weeds is hosted by City employees Veronica Brady Innovation Manager of the Innovation Pipeline and by Samuel Brady from Tyler GIS or Geographic Information Services. If you have any questions, comments, or ideas for future show topics please reach out to us at PublicRelations@TylerTexas.com, and be sure to #rosesandweeds all your questions to the City of Tyler on social media. Recordings of City Council, as well as Meeting Agendas, can be found here: tylercitytx.iqm2.com/Citizens/Default.aspx. City Council meetings are held on the 2nd and 4th Wednesday of every month at City Hall 212 N. Bonner Ave, Tyler, TX 75702. Music used in intro and outro is Surfing day by Marcos H. Bolanos on Unchained Melodies Vol. 2, Creative Commons. Roses & Weeds is a City of Tyler production, all rights reserved. This episode was produced by Courtney Burton, and Samuel Brady, Veronica Brady. Edited by Samuel Brady. Shownotes by Samuel Brady.

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