Frankie Guy with Hard Core Derby Promotions joins us for a quick chat, then we look ahead to Bash for Cash with Tim Clark. We finish with Jamie St. Mary as he prepares for the annual Memorial Day trip to Ohio. We will also catch up quick with Barry Clemens, who won King of the Ring over the weekend.
Mayor Jonathan Taylor says that growth and progress is happening thanks to perseverance of current, and past elected leaders. South Main Street has experienced the most-apparent visual overhaul. That project was worth more than $6 million, which was federally funded thanks to years of planning and studies. However, with the added bonus of overhauling the water and sewer infrastructure underneath South Main Street, total investment there is north of $11 million, according to Taylor.
It’s just a couple examples of the growth that’s happened in Newark.
This week’s Sunday Conversation is a one-on-one with Taylor, who has been serving Newark for several years now – learning more each day about the intricacies, and importance of good local government. He credits his success to his Village Board; and the high caliber staff who work for the Village.
Listen to the full-conversation in the podcast player above, or check it out on your favorite platform – like Spotify or iTunes.
This week on The Debrief Podcast – Josh Durso and Ted Baker break down the latest headlines from around the region. The two discuss rent control advocacy across the state, a vacant Geneva City Council seat, access to high speed broadband (and the implications), as well as a veto power proposal that would give new power to voters.
In today’s episode, your host, John Sullivan, calls live to Pimlico race course to speak with Gene Kershner who is covering the Preakness Stakes. Gene writes the Equispace column for The Buffalo News. John also previews MLB and NHL Friday games.