On Episode #16 of the Debrief Podcast, Jackie Augustine and Josh Durso discuss the latest political headlines in the Finger Lakes. They discuss Circular EnerG’s proposal in Romulus, efforts in Geneva to name a new city manager, and a number of state-level proposals that will have a direct impact locally.
Episode #15 of the Debrief Podcast marked the final show of 2017 from Jackie Augustine and Josh Durso, who has discussed a variety of political, social, and economic issues in the FingerLakes1.com Studio. On the special, ‘year-end’ edition of the pod, the duo discussed Assembly Minority Leader Brian Kolb’s viability in 2018, a number of state proposals that will be making headlines in 2018, as well as a number of local items of interest.
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On this edition of the Debrief Podcast Jackie Augustine and Josh Durso discussed a wide-range of headlines that have hit residents over the last two weeks.
Geneva City Manager Matt Horn’s abrupt resignation from his leadership post, the waiving of a residency requirement in Geneva for the police chief, a controversial incinerator project in Romulus, as well as safety on college campuses. The duo also tackles a controversial federal funding opportunity that a Canandaigua restaurant qualified for after a fire ravaged their facility this summer.
On Wednesday’s edition of the Debrief Podcast Jackie Augustine and Josh Durso dive into election results, ballot measures, the budget process in Seneca Falls as the Town Board weighs usage of landfill revenue, a newly hired Director of Public Works in Seneca County, and disaster declaration along the shores of Lake Ontario.