Mosley has poured himself into his dream.
“In seven years total, I have not made one dime,” Mosley said of the station. “We are non-profit and underwriters help. “All the volunteers are here because they love it and want to give something back to the community.”
Fernando Ramirez said the plans for the arts and entertainment district is a win-win situation for the community.
Don Hammock, an on air personality since 2005, is excited about Mosley’s dream.
“It’s a great idea and good for the community,” Hammock said. “Especially as a way to build up an arts and entertainment district. The area could use this.”
Hammock’s show is defined as a roller coaster that goes from “rock to rap, fun to folk and country to Christian” music with interviews interspersed between.
Mosley’s dream will bring youth to the area to learn radio broadcasting, play musical instruments, participate in arts and crafts, dance and drama as well as the CD production.
A courtyard of sorts would leave room for concerts in the park and for students to present their work for all to see.
The 20,000-square-foot facility has an approximate price tag of $3.6 million.
For more information about The Breeze or the Arts and Entertainment District, call 983-8276.