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.
Finger Lakes Times reporter Mike Hibbard is in-studio to talk about his coverage of some of the biggest trials in our area including the Karlson murder trial in Romulus, the Rose Chase murder trial in Yates County, the upcoming Bardo trial in Waterloo, and the Sodus double-murder trial and conviction of Dante Taylor.
Local Volunteer Doris Wolf is involved in so many local organizations, programs and charities, most notably Trevor’s Gift school backpack program and Habitat for Humanity. The “Wolf” joins the “Dog” live in-studio to talk all about it on a snowbound Monday morning in the Finger Lakes.
Joe & Kelly Cosentino, owners of Cosentino Florists, are live in-studio to talk about their family history, prepping for Valentine’s Day, and revitalization in downtown Seneca Falls on a snowy Monday morning.
Fayette Town Supervisor Cindy Lorenzetti and Seneca Falls Supervisor Steve Churchill are in-studio to talk Seneca County politics including the election of a new board chairman, Seneca Lake gas storage, and who is to blame for the missed Supreme Court filing in regards to the Cayuga Indian Nation in Seneca Falls.
Sal Franzone, founder and owner of Ciccino’s Pizzeria & Restaurant in Waterloo and Geneva is in-studio to talk about his business, proposed development in downtown Waterloo, and much more.