Mark Juliano, GM at del Lago Resort & Casino .::. Weber This Week 1/21/19

On July 9 of this past summer, Mark Juliano became the new general manager of del Lago Resort & Casino, a casino that opened in February 2017 in Tyre. On this edition of Weber This Week, Juliano is in-studio with your host Harold “Web Dog” Weber to talk about casino operations, what a sports book at del Lago will look like, and more.

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Seneca Falls Parks & Rec Director Jim Spina .::. Weber This Week 1/14/19

Join your host on this weeks episode of Weber This Week where the Dog is joined by the director of Seneca Falls Parks & Recreation Department, Jim Spina.

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Watertown Rapids manager Mike Wood .::. Weber This Week 1/7/19

Kicking off the year of 2019, Watertown Rapids manager Mike Wood joins Harold Weber in-studio on the latest edition of Weber This Week.

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Jon Lamanna performs in-studio .::. Weber This Week 12/17/18

On this weeks episode of Weber This Week, your host is joined by local entertainer Jon Lamanna of Geneva who will perform a few songs in-studio and talk about his latest projects.

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Mitch Rowe, Acting Seneca County Manager .::. Weber This Week 12/10/18

On this weeks episode of Weber This Week, sit down with your host Harold Weber as he is joined by Mitch Rowe as he discusses his return to the area and his goals as Acting Seneca County Manager.

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Kevin Bostrom of Bostrom Farms .::. Weber This Week 12/3/18

Bostrom Farms is a butcher shop dedicated to supporting local farmers and providing customers with fresh, high-quality, locally-raised meat. They have a retail store located on Routes 5 and 20 in Stanley, NY, where they offer a full range of delicious pork, beef, and chicken products that you can feel good about sharing with your family and friends. Meet the owner, Kevin Bostrom, who is in-studio with The Dog for this week’s episode of Weber This Week.

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Emil Bove of Preserve Seneca Falls .::. Weber This Week 11/26/18

The proposed demolition of the Huntington Building at 205 Fall Street in Seneca Falls has sparked discussion of historic preservation and economic development. Should it be demolished or should there be a reuse of the historic building? Emil Bove of Preserve Seneca Falls is in-studio to debate your host, Harold Weber, on the topic.

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Jason Klug, Director of Entertainment at del Lago .::. Weber This Week 11/19/18

This week, Jason Klug joins Harold Weber in-studio for the latest edition of Weber This Week. Jason is the Director of Entertainment, Special Events and Audio/Visual Operations at del Lago Resort and Casino in Tyre. Hear about what goes into bringing national acts to northern Seneca County and find out what’s planned for the upcoming months at The Vine.

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Bradley Zimmer of del Lago Resort & Casino .::. Weber This Week 11/12/18

Bradley Zimmer is in-studio as this week’s guest on Weber This Week. Zimmer is the director of sales at del Lago Resort & Casino. He has 20 years in the industry and was previously in senior leadership roles with Hilton, Marriott and Luxury Independent properties.

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Stu Peenstra & Tim Snyder of Seneca Falls Police Department .::. Weber This Week 11/5/18

Join your host Harold Weber on the newest episode of Weber This Week where he is joined by Chief of Police Stu Peenstra and Lieutenant Tim Snyder of the Seneca Falls Police Department to discuss the latest things going on with SFPD, the public image of law enforcement officers and two people who recently had their lives saved by SFPD officers.

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Things looking up on the Syracuse hill & World Series wrap .::. Weber This Week 10/29/18

On this week’s edition of Weber This Week, the Dog talks about Syracuse football’s win over NC State and the season ahead for the Orange basketball team. Also, a look at the World Series, the Cleveland Cavaliers and in a parting shot, Weber’s take on the pending litigation between the Town of Seneca Falls and Seneca Meadows.

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Kyle Black & Mark Benjamin of Seneca Meadows .::. Weber This Week 10/22/18

Seneca Meadows representatives Kyle Black & Mark Benjamin are in-studio as guests on the Weber This Week show to talk about the northern Seneca County landfill amid contract negotiations to extend the host agreement with the Town of Seneca Falls.

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