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Discussion on Snohomish County Executive John Lovick and the criminals employed inside Snohomish County Executive's Office including a peohpile inside Dept. of Emergency Managment, his Deptuy Director Mark Ericks threats to shoot and kill people and most recent allegations to extort persons in charge of land use applications.
In this segment of the Vince Anello show, Niagara County Legislator, Dennis Virtuoso discusses several County issues as they relate to the city of Niagara Falls as well as countywide issues. Legislator Virtuoso represents the 6th Legislative District in Niagara Falls.
The issue of landlords and giving landlords the opportunity and requirement that properties that receive social service subsidies be inspected at least once a year will again be brought to the County Legislature.
The new law giving vendors permission to sell fireworks within the county line on designated dates with a list of acceptable fireworks provided.
Legislator Virtuoso is also the Minority Leader and points out the stress placed on the minority made up of four Democrats In a Legislative body of 15.
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Join us on Record Talk Radio on Tuesday, June 30 at 10 a.m. when we'll discuss the news that Bergen County will will create its first-ever Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender advisory committee.
The announcement Monday comes days after a landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision upholding same-sex marriage in all 50 states.
Our guests will include Freeholder Tracy Zur, Garden State Equality Executive Director Andrea Bowen and SuSu Stewart, chair of Newark's LGBT commission.
Zur will talk about how how plans for the committee came about. Bowen will offer her statewide perspective on what she calls "the golden age" of LGBT activism" and Stewart will talk about some of the issues Newark's 11-member commission has addressed.
Bergen County would join Jersey City, Essex County and Newark, which have already created LGBT advisory panels.
Tune in to Record Talk Radio at 1:30 p.m. when our next broadcast will feature interviews with Bergen County Executive James Tedesco and Freeholder John Felice.
Both men were interviewed on Wednesday night, shortly after the freeholders adopted a 2015 budget that raised taxes by 4.3 percent.
Tedesco talked about some of the reasons for the increase, including rising debt service and pension costs.
Felice, who served as the board's budget chairman this year, talked about how health care costs might be curbed nextyear.
It's W.O.W, - White On White Crime Wednesday and need to focus on the troubles that bringing down our white brothers and sisters.
We'll have news and comment as we typically do but we need to free our starving artist, Chester Hanks from the tyranny of haters as he tries to jump on the mic and bring you all hot bars.
TV actor Dustin Diamond was convicted Friday of two misdemeanors stemming from a barroom fight, but a Wisconsin jury cleared the former "Saved by the Bell" actor of the most serious felony charge.
A robber got away with more than money in Georgia: Officials say he demanded his victim's pants.
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In the wake of the events that unfolded in Baltimore City as a result of the death of Freddie Gray and the subsequent arrest of six Baltimore City police officers, Change Montgomery County will work together with the Montgomery County community to develop solutions to address systemic issues that are rooted in our urban areas across our major U.S. cities.
On this episode of A Miner Detail, Ryan Miner will speak with Montgomery County Police, community and church leaders and government officials in an effort to dissect some of the issues that led to the riots in Baltimore City. Ryan and his panel will discuss how to work to bridge the gap between citizens and our police force and offer solutions to address the systemic issues plaguing our urban areas.
Community policing is defined as involving three key components: developing community partnerships, engaging in problem-solving, and implementing community policing organizational features. Explore the tabs below for more information on these central components of community policing.
Please join Ryan and his guests on Wednesday, May 6, 2015 at 9:00 p.m. for an invigorating discussion on community policing.
(SAVANNAH, GA) Tuesday, August 25, the third lecture in the 2015 Enmarket Encourage Health Education Series, “How to Train for a 5K,” will be presented by Chris Ramsey from Fleet Feet Savannah. After the sudden loss of Robert Espinoza, Ramsey will present the lecture in honor of his memory. Ramsey has worked alongside Espinoza for 4 1/2 years.
The Encourage Health grant donation will be presented to the Effingham County Navigator Team, a not-for-profit support group and recreational program for children with special needs and different abilities. The group provides recreational activities such as basketball, baseball, soccer, cornhole and bowling.Founder and President Pauline Shaw talks with Laurie Ross today about the value of this donation.
The Effingham County Navigator Team will also be raising funds on Saturday, August 29 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the enmarket located at 6188 Highway 21 South in Rincon. During this “Enmarket Dollar Day” there will be opportunities for the Effingham County Navigator Team to receive $1 for every car wash, $1 at their charity table and $1 donations will be accepted at the enmarket cash registers.
This Enmarket Encourage Health presentation will be held from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Auditorium of the Savannah Morning News, located at 1375 Chatham Parkway in Savannah. A healthy lunch will be provided by local business sponsors. Attendance is free and open to the public, but RSVPs are required at Healthy Savannah’s website, http://healthysavannah.org/event-signup-how-to-train-for-a-5k/.
more information can be found at: http://www.effinghamcountynavigatorteam.com
In this segment of the Vince Anello show, Niagara County legislators Jason Zona and Mark Grozio discuss Niagara County government and some of the issues that their constituents are confronted with.
Both legislators, Zona and Grozio, discuss the feedback that they're getting from their constituents while engaged in the collection of Designating Petition signatures.
The 72nd St. frozen water line of this past winter is foremost in people's minds. The hope is that the city of Niagara Falls and the Water Board come to a mutual understanding to address this problem before the coming winter.
Both incumbent legislators are running for reelection. All 15 seats of the Niagara County Legislature is up for reelection.
This week on "All About Gwinnett", our guest is District 3 commissioner Tommy Hunter. Mr. Hunter was elected in 2012. Prior to that, he served as DOT Coordinator for the Department of Public Utilities where he designed and managed the relocation of public utilities for all road construction projects.
He also served over four years as a member of the Gwinnett County Water and Sewerage Authority, serving as Secretary of the Authority in 2008.
His run for County Commissioner wasn’t an easy one as a crowded field resulted in no candidate receiving the required majority of the vote.
Although he wasn’t the top vote-getter in the general election, he came out on top in the run-off. Tune in Sunday night June 14th, at 8:00 pm, to hear Commissioner Hunter talk "All About Gwinnett".