New York State Assembly Minority Leader Brian Kolb (R-Canandaigua) believes that there is still room for improvement and change.
That is why he remains at his post.
While frustration boils over regarding Albany’s corruption, Leader Kolb is looking at the ways in which policy can bring on change. To discuss those policy concepts, and talk about some recent news in Albany – including the DEC’s decision to kill the Crestwood project – Kolb was in-studio talking all the issues.
This fall Congressman Tom Reed (R-23) will have a challenger on the Democratic side.
While Rep. Reed is viewed as the front-runner, with a voter enrollment advantage – Democrats cannot stop talking about the ‘blue wave’ coming this fall. Reed discussed this ‘wave’ of momentum for Democrats, and the future of his race – along with some important local issues on Inside the FLX.
The Lake Tunnel Solar Village in Geneva, which will sit alongside Seneca Lake will be operational in October.
SmallGrid LLC. founder Ryan Wallace was in-studio talking about development of his company, project, and how it could propel the future of housing – in the same ways it’s been revolutionized across the globe.