Whether it was news that the DEC had killed plans by Crestwood Midstream to store LPG underneath Seneca Lake in abandoned salt caverns, or a controversial rent agreement and arrangement in Seneca Falls – the heat of summer hasn’t slowed political news. Even an unexpected court closure in two high-profile cases in Penn Yan stirred discussion on a range of topics. Jackie Augustine and Josh Durso are back, debating the latest in politics from around the Finger Lakes exclusively on FingerLakes1.com:
Customers of Bella’s Sicilian Ristorante on Seneca Street in Geneva have grown to love the restaurant’s tasty Italian fare. On Monday’s edition of Weber This Week meet owners Tomás Gonzalez and Mike Kerr who are in-studio with Harold “Web Dog” Weber.
May has arrived in the Finger Lakes and warmer weather came along with it. How long will it last? Join Sydney Rogers, Josh Durso and Jim Sinicropi to get your weekend outlook, recap the week’s top news, preview the sports weekend ahead, and look at some great local photos from across the region over the past few days.
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.