What began as the Sampson Naval Training Station during World War II became the Sampson Air Force Base on the eastern shore of Seneca Lake where Sampson State Park is today. In this edition of Our Finger Lakes History Walter Gable takes you through the opening of the Air Force Base along with the activities and development on the property along with photos and visuals that bring that era in our local history alive.
The Executive Director of the Seneca County Industrial Development Agency sits down with Josh Durso as a guest on Inside the FLX on Tuesday afternoon to talk about the controversy surrounding the IDA’s handling of the sale of the former Seneca Army Depot. Also, some of the successes of the IDA under Aronson and unique challenges facing development in Seneca County.
On the debut episode of The Debrief Podcast, Jackie Augustine and Josh Durso discuss the giant check Seneca Meadows presented the Seneca Falls Town Board Tuesday night, Rep. Tom Reed’s stance towards protesters at his Geneva office and the DRI project proposals in the City of Geneva.
Seneca County Supervisors Cindy Lorenzetti and Steve Churchill return to the FingerLakes1.com Studios on Monday morning’s Weber This Week show to discuss the County IDA’s handling of the former Army Depot sale and potential sales tax and del Lago Casino revenue sharing with the towns that comprise Seneca County.
The Seneca Army Depot in Romulus played a major role in the United States’ defense plans during the major conflicts of the 20th century as well as the nuclear arms race and Cold War with the Soviet Union. In the premiere episode of Our Finger Lakes History, Seneca County Historian Walter Gable takes an in-depth look at the history of the Depot from inception to closure and beyond.
Seneca County Supervisors Steve Churchill and Paul Kronewetter along with Seneca White Deer President Dennis Money were in-studio on Thursday to talk about the upcoming vote to determine the future of the former Seneca Army Depot in Romulus.
Kenny is hyped up for the big game on Sunday. Does he like Peyton Manning’s Broncos or Cam Newton’s Panthers? Also, an update on Dino Babers’ recruiting efforts, the Seneca Army Depot and Syracuse basketball.
Welcome to the New Year! Join Amanda and Tiffany as they welcome in 2014 with Dennis Money as he talks about the need for action to save the Seneca Depot White Deer population. Visit SenecaWhiteDeer.org for more information.