Join Jessica Lahr, Josh Durso, Sydney Rogers and Jim Sinicropi for your mid-week Finger Lakes round-up. We’ll recap the aftermath of Tuesday’s historic flooding in southern Seneca County and Schuyler County, look at the upcoming weather forecast and weekend events, and share some great local photos from the past week in the region.
We return to the air with a look back at the Seneca County Fair, and all the pageantry that comes with our own hometown derby. We also take a peek at the action promoted by Jordan Rutherford tonight and Stirrin Dirt’s Wastch Wipeout later this week, and look ahead to what’s to come in the Finger Lakes this month.
Emergency Management offices throughout the region provide comprehensive, integrated programs of mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery, for several kinds of emergencies and disasters.
Recently, FingerLakes1.com featured a conversation with American Red Cross – Finger Lakes Chapter Executive Director Brian McConnell, who talked about community-led efforts to ease the burden on individuals and families after local disasters.
Now, Seneca County Emergency Management Director Melissa Taylor sheds some light on County-led efforts to keep residents and taxpayers safe and prepared in case of an emergency – natural or man-made.
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.