This week on the newly re-launched Debrief – hosts Josh Durso and Jackie Augustine talk about the changes coming to the now-weekly program exclusively on FingerLakes1.TV and FL1 Radio – as well as the latest headlines in the Finger Lakes.
This week the duo will discuss:
What’s next in Seneca Falls? Cuts to services, a sharp increase in property taxes, or a new host agreement with Seneca Meadows?
Whether it was news that the DEC had killed plans by Crestwood Midstream to store LPG underneath Seneca Lake in abandoned salt caverns, or a controversial rent agreement and arrangement in Seneca Falls – the heat of summer hasn’t slowed political news. Even an unexpected court closure in two high-profile cases in Penn Yan stirred discussion on a range of topics. Jackie Augustine and Josh Durso are back, debating the latest in politics from around the Finger Lakes exclusively on FingerLakes1.com:
Whether it’s continued growth on the economic development front, or expanding on broadband access – the news for the Yates County Legislature has been overwhelmingly positive. Newly-selected Yates County Legislature Chairman Doug Paddock is in-studio talking about the future of the county he leads, the biggest challenges they face in 2018, and what taxpayers can expect with new leadership.
The Section V Class B Semifinals features a pair of Finger Lakes East teams playing for a shot at the title game in the Blue Cross Arena. First, the Mynderse Blue Devils take on the Greece-Odyssey Leopards. Then, the Penn Yan Mustangs face the Livonia Bulldogs. Jim Sinicropi and Matt Verkey have the call for FL1 Sports.