On Thursday’s edition of Inside the FLX, former Seneca Falls Mayor Brad Jones, joined Josh Durso to discuss the growing obesity problem in the U.S., with particular focus here in the Finger Lakes region. BlueCross BlueShield estimates that obesity in the Finger Lakes costs residents nearly $501 million per year. According to their same study, the region faces an obesity epidemic with more than 60 percent of the population in the Finger Lakes being considered ‘overweight’ or ‘obese’.
Former Mayor of Seneca Falls Brad Jones discusses issues surrounding Seneca Meadows Landfill and offers a four-point plan for preparing for the economic shortfalls that could come with a closure.
R. Ken Camera, 4th Ward Councilman, City of Geneva and Brad Jones, former Mayor of the Village of Seneca Falls (1996-2000) were guests on Inside the FLX with Josh Durso on Thursday afternoon where they shared updates from those opposed to the the $3.3B NYC Trash Train proposal to transport garbage via Finger Lakes Railway.
Brad Jones gives an update on issues surrounding collection of property taxes owed to Seneca and Cayuga Counties by the Cayuga Indian Nation and also gives his thoughts on the impact of Lago Casino Resort on the Cayuga Nation Enterprises and the local economy.
Brad Jones, chairperson of Indian Affairs Citizens Advisory Committee in Seneca County, is in-studio to talk about issues surrounding the Cayuga Indian Nation land holdings and unpaid propoerty taxes in Seneca and Cayuga Counties. Also, news that Cayuga Indian Nation leader Clint Halftown is stepping down and did you hear the racist remarks make by the Los Angeles Clippers owner that surfaced over the weekend?
This week Brad Jones, Chairman of the Town of Seneca Falls Republicans, is in-studio to talk about the slate of candidates for the fall elections.