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.
Brad Jones gives an update on issues surrounding collection of property taxes owed to Seneca and Cayuga Counties by the Cayuga Indian Nation and also gives his thoughts on the impact of Lago Casino Resort on the Cayuga Nation Enterprises and the local economy.
Joe Siccardi, owner of The Reveille Between The Lakes, is in-studio to talk about his publication and the past year during the last Weber This Week of 2014.
11-year-old Seneca Falls student James Mirras and father Mike Mirras join in-studio after James was a finalist in the Buffalo Bills GM for a day contest earlier this season. These die-hard Buffalo fans lament another year of missing out on the playoffs.
New York Chiropractic College’s Health & Fitness Director and Lyons, NY native Rhett Ticconi is in-studio to talk about the facilities and programs available at the Seneca Falls campus and about his former positions with the Miami Dolphins and the Cornell football program.