Lyons Town Supervisor Brian Manktelow says he’s running to restore the American Dream in New York State. He criticized Albany’s deadlock, the stagnation of the state’s economy, and wants to advocate for real change.
On Friday, Manktelow was in-studio talking about issues impacting the region as a guest on Inside the FLX. Watch or listen to the entire conversation below:
A number of issues have taken root here in the Finger Lakes that have representatives in Albany weighing in. None have gotten as much air-time as the proposed $365 million incinerator, which is at the beginning stages of the Article 10 process for state approval. It’s far from the only issue that is important to residents and taxpayers here in the region – and Assemblyman Phil Palmesano didn’t shy away from any.
Watch the whole conversation below, or listen to the audio version in the player below that window.
Emergency Management offices throughout the region provide comprehensive, integrated programs of mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery, for several kinds of emergencies and disasters.
Recently, FingerLakes1.com featured a conversation with American Red Cross – Finger Lakes Chapter Executive Director Brian McConnell, who talked about community-led efforts to ease the burden on individuals and families after local disasters.
Now, Seneca County Emergency Management Director Melissa Taylor sheds some light on County-led efforts to keep residents and taxpayers safe and prepared in case of an emergency – natural or man-made.
While broadcast has evolved over the years, especially with the growth of digital media – some names have remained relevant. One of those names locally, who has stayed a force in bringing news to listeners every day is Ted Baker. The longtime host of Finger Lakes Morning News on WGVA was in-studio talking about the changes he’s seen in the industry and much more.
Watch the entire conversation in the video window below: