On Thursday’s edition of the Inside the FLX podcast the individual tasked with leading Cayuga County’s largest governing body – was in-studio talking about elections, the budget process, infrastructure, environmental issues, as well as the prospect of being excluded in a ‘disaster declaration’ from the White House.
Keith Batman, Chairman of the Cayuga County Legislature, who recently won re-election to continue serving District 7 is passionate about the place he serves and calls home.
On Episode #82 of the Inside the FLX Podcast two officials from the Seneca Falls Central School District talk about the proposed $13.9 million capital improvement project, which is slated to come before voters on December 19th.
The proposal includes multiple necessary improvements to facilities within the district, some of which, that have gone decades without updates.
Seneca Falls Deputy Supervisor Lou Ferrara told all in an exclusive interview with Josh Durso on the Inside the FLX podcast. He talked about an ongoing water issue in the Town of Seneca Falls, as well as an audit, which Ferrara says he initiated, with the State Comptroller’s Office.
“There have been a lot of irregularities for a very long time,” explained Ferrara of the need for an audit beyond the third-party audit sought by the Board earlier this year. “The books need to be examined and we need to understand what’s been going on — our taxpayers deserve it,” he explained.
On episode #79 of the Inside the FLX podcast New York State Assembly Minority Leader Brian Kolb (R-Canandaigua) will be in-studio to discuss a wide-range of topics.
Kolb has been considered a serious contender for a Republican ticket in the Gubernatorial race in 2018, along with Dutchess County Executive Marcus Molinaro. Other topics slated for discussion include business growth in Upstate New York, the growth of the Finger Lakes as a destination in the U.S., and what types of changes are needed at the state level to promote growth for those who call this region ‘home’.