On Tuesday, former Cayuga County Legislature Chairman Keith Batman was in-studio talking about his candidacy for New York Assembly’s 126th District. The move to run for Assembly, and challenge Assemblyman Gary Finch, came after he elected to not seek another term as chairman of the legislature.
While the Democrat has received a wave of support from those in Scipio and Cayuga County as a whole, he still has a long way to go in the process; and he understands that fact.
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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.
Brad Jones, chairperson of Indian Affairs Citizens Advisory Committee in Seneca County, is in-studio to talk about issues surrounding the Cayuga Indian Nation land holdings and unpaid propoerty taxes in Seneca and Cayuga Counties. Also, news that Cayuga Indian Nation leader Clint Halftown is stepping down and did you hear the racist remarks make by the Los Angeles Clippers owner that surfaced over the weekend?