Tag Archives: Seneca Meadows

Kyle Black, Ben Zimmerman & Mark Benjamin of Seneca Meadows .::. Weber This Week 3/25/19

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.

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Kyle Black & Mark Benjamin of Seneca Meadows .::. Weber This Week 10/22/18

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.

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Kyle Black & Mark Benjamin of Seneca Meadows .::. Weber This Week 12/18/17

On the final edition of Weber This Week for 2017, Harold “Web Dog” Weber is joined in-studio by┬áKyle 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.

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Kyle Black & Mark Benjamin of Seneca Meadows in-studio .::. Weber This Week 6/26/17

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.

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Seneca Falls Lawsuit, Geneva Foundry, Lake Ontario & “Lu-Lu” checks .::. The Debrief Podcast 6/8/17

On Thursday night’s edition of the Debrief Podcast Jackie Augustine and Josh Durso discussed a variety of topics including a new Article 78 petition filed in Seneca Falls, the ongoing debate around the Geneva Foundry, as well as “Lu Lu” checks distributed to certain members of Senate, and New York’s response to the flooding along Lake Ontario.

The Giant Check & Ignoring the Protest .::. The Debrief Podcast for 2/8/17

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 Supervisor Steve Churchill .::. Inside the FLX

On Thursday afternoon’s edition of Inside the FLX on FingerLakes1.TV, Steve Churchill, of the Seneca County Board of Supervisors joined Josh Durso in-studio to discuss ongoing issues in Seneca Falls including the new municipal building, Local Law #7 and an aging water system. Churchill is currently serving a two year term as one of the at large supervisors for Seneca Falls on the Board of Supervisors.

Kyle Black & Mark Benjamin of Seneca Meadows .::. Weber This Week 9/26/16

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.

Brad Jones discusses Seneca Meadows .::. Inside the FLX

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.

Ken Camera & Brad Jones .::. Inside the FLX 3/24/16

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.

Kyle Black & Mark Benjamin of Seneca Meadows .::. Weber This Week 3/7/16

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.