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YONKERS, NY -- January 9, 2012 -- Hezi Aris is your host today. Richard Narog is on a foreign assignment. We'll review the news of the day. The Yonkers Charter Revision Commission, The Clarkstown, The Bronx, White Plains connection of Anthony Mangone and Joseph "Jay" Savino, the New Hampshire Primary, and the latest news. Listen live at http://www.BlogTalkRadio.com/WestchesterOnThe Level and join the conversation by calling toll-free to 1-877-674-2436.
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Our first guest this Monday, June 25, 2012, is Lawrence Stone, is a member the “Rockland Republican Academy”, comprised of Jean Black of Orangetown, Joseph Ciardullo of Clarkstown, Anthony Mele of Ramapo, and aspiring Committeeman of Stony Point and spokesman for the group. Mr Stone will address the demands of the “Rockland Republican Academy” for a new slate of GOP leaders. Their collective position is based on their having become disheartened by the many years of “non aggression” pacts that have undermined the tenets of the local Republican Party. Mr Stone will open the show at 10 a.m.
Barry B. McGoey, Esq., president of the Yonkers Fire Fighters, Local 628 – I.A.F.F., is our guest from 11:00 a.m. He will discuss the most recent understanding of Local 628 and Mayor Mike Spano’s Administration vis-à-vis with regard to the still not certified Yonkers FY2012-2013 Budget to which New York State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli is said to have reservations specific to funding for the Yonkers Firefighters. Other concerns will also be brought up.
Hezi Aris will conduct today’s interviews.
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