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  • 01:26

    Stand Up Hudson Valley #21

    in Politics

    Stand up Hudson Valley will be moving to Wednesdays during the nice weather.  


    However, in light of the late Friday release of the Draft Generic Environmental Impact Statement (DGEIS) for the 507 Acre annexation, we will have a special, shortened edition of the show tonight.  


    Please listen to this special show, which will run about one hour.  The phone lines will be open for your comments, as usual.


    Thanks,


    John & Emily

  • 02:00

    Stand Up Hudson Valley #20

    in Politics

    Please tune in to Stand Up Hudson Valley Episode 20 tonight at 7 PM.  Hosts John Allegro and Emily Convers will discuss the latest on "Salt-gate," the manufactured controversy that has roiled the relationship between the Town Board and the Monroe Highway Superintendant over the past months.  It's so bad that the April 20 Town Board meeting degenerated into a shouting match between the Supervisor and the Hwy. Superintendant that lasted about an hour.


    All this prior to announcing a "rules of civility" for meeting attendees.  


    John and Emily will also detail the plan by the KJPE to drive down property values through annexation.  Also, how this annexation - if passed - will have grave consequences on the MW School District and our childrens' education.


    Stand Up Hudson Valley is a live, call in podcast, where public comment is not only welcome, its encouraged.  Even if it's NOT ON THE AGENDA!

  • 02:00

    Stand Up Hudson Valley #19

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    Join hosts John Allegro and Emily Convers for "Stand Up Hudson Valley" episode 19. 


    Tonight, we'll speak with a special guest named Michelle.  Michelle has a troubling story to tell about her interactions with the Town of Monroe Dog Control Officer, who approached her home twice in one week with questionable motives.


    We'll also recap this week's Orange County Forum on the Kiryas Joel Annexation, which was held on April 16th at Central Valley Elementary. 


    And of course, all calls are welcome.  "Stand Up Hudson Valley" is a live, call-in podcast, where pulic comment is not only allowed, it's welcome.  Even if it's NOT on the agenda!

  • 02:08

    Stand Up Hudson Valley #18

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    Join hosts John Allegro and Emily Convers for "Stand Up Hudson Valley" episode 18.


    We have breaking news this week - a Woodbury to Kiryas Joel annexation plan is in the works.  It was reported in the latest "Hakiryah" - the local Kiryas Joel newspaper.


    We are working on obtaining more translated details, and hope to have them by showtime.


    PETER MARTIN MATHSTRAVAGANZA!!!


    The last Monroe Town Board meeting was chock full o' legendary Peter Martin quotes and calculations regarding the former Monroe Cinema, now affectionately referred to as TWACC


    Tune in tonight!  

  • 02:01

    Stand Up Hudson Valley #17

    in Politics

    **Thank You** to all of the listeners who made #16 the most live-streamed episode since we started the show!


    Join hosts John Allegro and Emily Convers for episode 17 of Stand Up Hudson Valley, airing live on March 29 at 7 PM.  This week, we'll talk about:



    The Village of Kiryas Joel's shaky financial condition, and how that factors in with their big push for annexation
    Kiryas Joel rushing through the SEQRA process for the 507 acre annexation
    More Harley Doles - TWACC Madness
    A very special announcement about the lawsuit against the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation


    Stand Up Hudson Valley is a live, call-in show. And remember, not only is public comment allowed, it's encouraged.  Even if it's NOT on the agenda!

  • 02:00

    Stand Up Hudson Valley #16

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    Join hosts John Allegro and Emily Convers for episode 16 of "Stand Up Hudson Valley," airing Sunday, March 22 at 7 pm.


    Our topics for this episode will be:



    Harley Doles' plot to arm Town dog catchers
    John's actions at the Town Board meeting during the dog catcher discussion
    The continuing saga of  TWACC (Monroe Movie Theater) 
    The Village of Kiryas Joel's poor financial condition


    "Stand Up Hudson Valley" is a live, call-in podcast.  And remember, not only is public comment welcome, It's encouraged -even if it's not on the agenda!


     

  • 00:30

    All things Ohio!

    in Entertainment

    Bo and Andy return to the digital airwaves to discuss all things about the Buckeye state. Why do we call it Pop? Why do we bleed Scarlet and Grey? The answers to all your Ohio questions await you in just a moment!  Let's talk!

  • 02:00

    Stand Up Hudson Valley #15

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    Join hosts John Allegro and Emily Convers for episode 15 of "Stand Up Hudson Valley."  


    In this podcast, we'll discuss; 



    A new lawsuit against the DEC
    More KJPE propaganda
    Our meeting with Assemblyman Brabenec


    "Stand Up Hudson Valley" is a live call-in podcast.  Not only is public comment allowed, it's welcome. Even if it's NOT on the agenda!

  • 00:03

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  • 02:59

    Stand Up Hudson Valley #14

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    Join hosts John Allegro and Emily Convers for episode 14 of "Stand Up Hudson Valley."  This week, you'll hear about the KJ Scoping Session that should not have been held, annexation propaganda, and a very special segment on the plans for a film festival to be held in a theater that doesn't have a plan.


    Stand Up Hudson Valley is live, call-in podcast.  Not only is public comment welcomed, it's encouraged.  Even if it is NOT on the agenda!


     

  • 02:01

    Baby Boomers to Millennials facing the future; Brent Gardner on the E-I Bank

    in Politics Conservative

    Show time: 8AM-10AM EST


    Today "In the Pickle Barrel" we begin with the realization Baby Boomers have caught up with their financial future and for many it's not that good. We will also be looking at what Generation Xers and the Millennials aka Generation Y may expect when they enter the so called Golden Years? 


    Then we will look at another finacial issue when Brent Gardner—Vice President of Government Affairs at Americans for Prosperity—joins us to discuss the corrupt Export-Import Bank and how it is harming taxpayers.  The bank, which provides American taxpayer backed loans and loan guarantees to foreign companies, has a history of questionable deals and conduct, and is up for legal reauthorization.  


    Join in the discussions in the online chat room or call to discuss the issue live on air at 855-236-2486.