Tag Archives: Emil Bove

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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FLX Weekly with Jessica Lahr for 8/19 – 8/23/15

Jessica Lahr brings you this week’s top local news and your weekend weather outlook. Also, Phish comes to Watkins Glen, Wine Symposium 2015 in Geneva, and a discussion about the expansive restaurant and culinary scene in Auburn, NY.

Seneca Falls Councilman Emil Bove in-studio .::. Weber This Week 8/17/15

Seneca Falls Town Councilman Emil Bove is in-studio with The Dog to talk about the new Town Hall project, the status of Lago Casino & Resort, downtown parking, the Van Cleef Lake Centennial and whether he will seek another term.

Don Collins, Town of Seneca Falls Assessor .::. Weber This Week 2/23/15

The Town of Seneca Falls Assessor Don Collins is in-studio to talk about the revaluation process of the 4,000 parcels in Seneca Falls that is underway along with other issues surrounding the assessment values of homes. Town Councilman Emil Bove is back in studio as well to talk about snow removal, the Seneca Falls historian position, Lago Casino and more.

Emil Bove in-studio .::. Weber This Week 12/8/14

Seneca Falls Town Councilman and local attorney Emil Bove will be in-studio with an update on the progress the Town of Seneca Falls is making towards a new Town Hall, the latest on the effect the Cayuga Indian Nation is having on Town finances, and a preview of It’s A Wonderful Life Weekend in Seneca Falls.

Emil Bove, Seneca Falls Town Council .::. 4/21/14

Seneca Falls Town Councilman Emil Bove was in-studio on Monday morning with Harold Weber to talk about economic development in Seneca Falls and potential locations for the new Town Hall and other issues facing the residents of Seneca Falls.