Updated: November 28, 2016
Looking to hear an in-depth discussion of some the most important city projects, events and issues? Then tune in to "Positively Port St. Lucie"—a radio talk show hosted by Public Information Officer Sarah Prohaska and Communications Director Kristina Ciuperger featuring interviews with local leaders who formulate the policies and city staff members who know the issues that affect the quality of life in our city.
The show airs on Saturdays and Sundays, every 6 to 8 weeks.
This edition of "Positively Port St. Lucie" airs on WPSL 1590 AM and WSTU 1450 AM on November 26, 2016.
Click the links below to hear the audio from each segment.
Dr. Sara Pizano, a veterinarian with Target Zero, discusses the high return-to-owner rate for dogs that are picked up by Port St. Lucie’s Animal Control Department. Dr. Pizano talks about some of the techniques Port St. Lucie uses to help keep the number of dogs reunited with owners so high. Bryan Lloyd, Animal Control supervisor, gives residents tips on what they should do if their dog or cat is missing.
St. Lucie Clerk of Court Joseph Smith tells Port St. Lucie residents about a new, free way they can protect themselves from property fraud.
Carmen Capezzuto reports on all the great things happening in the Neighborhood Services Department, including traffic box artwork, City University, efforts to help neighborhood find their own identities and a new program that will give a mortgage-free home to a veteran.
Larry Lankow, of Port St. Lucie’s Parks & Recreation Department, tells residents and visitors about the wide range of holiday events happening in the City in December.
For more information, contact:
Public Information Officer
City of Port St. Lucie
Office – (772) 873-6326
Cell – (772) 919-2061