Kyle Baker joins us to talk about the win at Buried Alive, and then we welcome Mark and Marcella Benjamin to the studio. We will talk about the upcoming RDP Blizzard Bash online derby, and look at the RDP’s Suicide Prevention and Awareness Initiative.
Mark Benjamin is running for Town Supervisor.
This week on Inside the FLX, Benjamin was in-studio discussing the issues and opportunities the Town of Lodi has to grow and become more sustainable for taxpayers in 2020. If elected in November, he will succeed longtime Supervisor Lee Davidson.
Check out Episode #187 of Inside the FLX below on YouTube, or listen to the podcast in the player above, or on your favorite streaming service like Spotify.
Kyle Black, Ben Zimmerman & Mark Benjamin of Seneca Meadows are in-studio as guests on Weber This Week to discuss the Seneca Meadows Wetland Preserve, ecological monitoring and the preserve’s Audubon Important Bird Area designation.
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.
On the final edition of Weber This Week for 2017, Harold “Web Dog” Weber is joined in-studio by Kyle Black & Mark Benjamin of Seneca Meadows to discuss the latest happenings at the northern Seneca County landfill and to learn about recent charitable programs that Seneca Meadows has been involved in during this holiday season.
Join Harold “Web Dog” Weber for another edition of Weber This Week as he welcomes Seneca Meadows facility director Kyle Black and community relations director Mark Benjamin in-studio to discuss the latest projects, events and happenings at the northern Seneca County landfill.
Kyle Black & Mark Benjamin of Seneca Meadows were in-studio with Harold Weber on Monday morning to talk about Wednesday night’s public forum on Local Law #7 which would ban landfills within the Town of Seneca Falls.
Seneca Meadows’ facility manager Kyle Black and community relations director Mark Benjamin are in-studio to talk about Local Law #7, progress on their odor mitigation efforts and some events coming up this summer.
Seneca Meadows facility manager Kyle Black and Community Relations Director Mark Benjamin are in-studio to respond to some of the negative community feedback that has been voiced in recent weeks.
In a milestone 75th Episode, we chat with crowd favorite TJ McPhie in Utah, and then welcome Tim Clark with Smash It Demolition Derbies to break some monumental news regarding their Bash for Cash event. We also welcome Mark Benjamin and Brett Relyea to discuss with Clark Youth Demolition Derbies, and how hosts get them covered by insurance providers.
This week, we welcome Sam Williams back to the Crash Course to chat up the upcoming Blizzard Bash in Topeka, Kansas. Then, we talk with midwestern standout Bobby Brockway as he prepares for Blizzard Bash before getting in touch with Kansas’ own Chase Moellering, who is just getting into the sport with old iron.