On Episode #92 of the Inside the FLX podcast Josh Durso was joined by Michael Davis, Business Manager with IBEW Local 840, who was in-studio to discuss the role of unions in a modern workforce. He talked about recent economic development in the Finger Lakes, as well, and how it has played a big role in the revival of trades jobs among all age groups.
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On episode #87 of the Inside the FLX Podcast Josh Durso is joined by Joseph Campbell and Yvonne Taylor, who are President and Vice President of Gas Free Seneca and Seneca Lake Guardian, a Waterkeeper Affiliate.
They were in-studio to talk about a number of environmental issues that have made headlines in recent months. Both have worked tirelessly to develop greater regulation around our vital lakes.
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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 episode #85 of the Inside the FLX podcast Josh Durso was joined by Steve Griffin, CEO of the Finger Lakes Economic Development Center, who discussed the prospect of driving more development in the region. In particular, the FLEDC is tasked with fostering development in Yates County. They serve as the County’s Industrial Development Agency, but the job isn’t solely about tax incentives. Instead, the entity serves as a facilitator between current and potential businesses, and the community.
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