Dec. 7, 2016: AG Schneiderman, Gas Free Seneca, Hon. A. Gail Prudenti, Larry Levy
December 8, 2016
Attorney General Schneiderman joined Susan to explain voting reforms he is pushing for.
Finger Lakes vineyard owners, business owners, elected officials, and residents are gathering in Albany today calling on the governor to reject Crestwood’s gas storage plan in Seneca Lake. We hosted Joseph Campbell, President of Gas Free Seneca and Tina Hazlitt, co-owner of Sawmill Creek Vineyards in the Finger Lakes and a member of the Finger Lakes Wine Business Coalition.
Hon. A. Gail Prudenti, the former Chief Administrative Judge for the State of New York, analyzed potential nominees for the Court of Appeals justice appointment.
Larry Levy, Hofstra University’s Executive Dean at the National Center for Suburban Studies, gave his take on the local energy on Long Island—both positively and negatively—in the wake of the Trump election.◄ Back to PodCasts