Town of Warwick Supervisor Michael Sweeton joins us to discuss the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy and recovery efforts in the town. He also discusses Economic Development and running for County Executive in 2013.
Assemblywoman Annie Rabbitt discusses redistricting and the effects of Superstorm Sandy. Other discussion issues include rebuilding and the election.
Warwick Mayor Michael Newhard discusses many important topics and issues of the area.
Phillip Valastro,The Village of Chester's Mayor, discusses many topics including a bit of his background, consolidation of the town and village police departments and the economic development of the area.
Frank Fornario is excited about the economic development happening. He also talks about his career, tax relief for the town and the water problems he is working to fix.
BettyLou DeCroce joins us for a special memorial to the late Assemblyman Alex DeCroce.
Assemblywoman Nancy Calhoun reflects on her career in public service, discusses the reasons for her decision not to run for re-election, and the posibility of casino gambling coming to New York State.
Superintendent of the Warwick Valley Central School District Dr. Raymond W. Bryand joins David Smith to discuss the possibility of bringing Greenwood Lake students to Warwick High School and the Diginity for All Students Act.
Senator Andrew Roraback reflects on his eighteen year career in the legislature, discuss plans for the new Litchfield County Courthouse and his run for Congress.
Representatives Michelle Cook and Roberta Willis join Jeff Zeiner to discuss the Special Session in Hartford, capital punishment and making Connecticut more business friendly.
Town of Poughkeepsie Supervisor.
A conversation with Assemblyman Peter Barnes from District 18.
A conversation with Assemblywoman Caroline Casagrande from District 11.
A conversation with Newark East Ward Councilman Augusto Amador.
A conversation with Theresa Marshall and Amiri Baraka of Newark's Lincoln Park.
A conversation with Assemblywoman Angelica Jiminez from 32nd District.
A conversation with West New York Commissioner Fior D'Aliza Frias.
Candidates from across NJ vie to become Youth of the Year.
Sens. Andrew Roraback and Robert Kane along with Reps. Sean Williams and Roberta Willis.
Senator Kevin Witkos and Representatives Michelle Cook and Craig Miner take some time talking about how this session closed and the affect decisions will have in the north west corner of the state.
Problems facing the water level of the lake, town's dependency on tourism and the upcoming vote for students attending high school.
Her reaction to the state budget, comments on redistricting and the Ramapo lawsuit. Vetteran's affairs and the environment.
Discussion about the legislation that took place during the 2012 session.
NJ League of Municipalities Executive Director.
The recent merger of NU and NSTAR and the benefits to Connecticut residents.
Discussions include the state budget, pension reform and mandates.
Smith details efforts to grow business while Willis reflects on state of the education bill.
Current issues of consumer protection and state utility regulation.
Discussions include the latest economic development, new nepotism law and his promotion to Lieutenant in the Navy.
Discussions include the town's Dial-a-Ride transportation and his push for a county-wide program and a possible run for County Executive.
Creating jobs, transportation and infrastructure issues and healthcare.
Issues include national budget process, healthcare and rebuilding the transportation infrastructure.
Topics include economic recovery, rising gas prices and transportation needs.
Topics include the need to Buy American, rising gas prices and the economy.
Senator Toni Boucher, Secretary of State Denise Miller and Representative Michelle Cook reflect.
Optimum Locals Meet the Leaders from the State House in Trenton.
Payroll and medicare tax cuts and issues that are being negotiated in Washington.
Guests include Senators Joe Crisco and Bob Duff.
The Girl Scouts celebrate their 100th anniversary in Hartford.
Issues include infrastructure, women's health, Homeland Security and more.
Food service program
Optimum Local/Rider University Special
Reorganization of Legislature and plans for the Tappan Zee Bridge.
Guests include Senators Andrew Roraback & Kevin Witkos and State Representatives John Piscopo & Sean Williams
Creating jobs in Rockland and plans for renovating the Tappan Zee Bridge.
Vincent Cozzolino, founder and CEO of The Solar Energy Consortium, discusses solar energy.
Potential guests: Gov. Dannel Malloy and Lt. Gov. Nancy Wyman.