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WESTCHESTER COUNTY, NY -- White Plains CitizeNetReporter Publisher John Bailey speaks to all things White Plains, including David Buchwald, representing Assembly District 93, announcing his re-election campaign; the Westchester County deficit and looming CSEA contract yet to be negotiated; as well as concepts espoused by Virginia Picinich, Mount Kisco Mayor, regarding shared services, and issues specific to small towns and villages. This segment airs Monday, July 16th, from 10-10:30am

Michael Edelman, Esq., national political analyst reviews President Trumps visit to the United Kingdom, his tardy meeting with Queen Elizabeth, and his suggestion for Prime Minister Theresa May to sue the European Union rather than negotiate with respect to Brexit, and his meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Helsinki, Finland. POTUS’ assertion that Crimea is part of Ukraine, the escalating tariff war, Europe not investing 2 percent in defense and security investments,  the pending outcome of the Mueller investigation, the escalating battles in the Middle East. This segment airs: 10:30-11am.

Ossining Village Mayor Gearity speaks to the evolving challenges undertaken, realized, and being contemplated by the Village under her mayoralty. Shared services, in police, education, economic development, and the upcoming elections. This segment airs: 11-11:30am.

Mayor Gearity, moderator of the Ossining Documentary and Discussion Series’ screening of the film by Mikaela Shwer’s Peabody Award-winning Documentary “Don’t Tell Anyone (No Le Digas a Nadie)” which aired on PBS in 2015 navigating the difficult reality and double silence undocumented immigrants and survivors of sexual assault endure. The film will be screened Thursday, July 19th at the Ossining Public Library’s Budarz Theater @6:15pm EDT. This segment airs: 11:30am-12Noon.

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