Monday, December 17, 2012

12/15 Brian Higgins

This week, Peter Hunt, welcomes Brian Higgins to the show!

Brian Higgins currently serves as a Member of Congress representing Western New York. Brian represents New York’s 27th Congressional District, which includes a large portion of the city of Buffalo, most of eastern and southern suburban Erie County, and all of Chautauqua County.

Together, Peter Hunt leads the discussion on recent events with the Newton Elementary shooting and gun control. When things like this happen, many people turn to the government and wonder what can we do to make sure this does not happen again.

 To find out more, listen to this week's show! 

Tuesday, December 11, 2012

11/24 Howard Zemsky

This week, Peter Hunt, welcomes Howard Zemsky to the show!

Howard Zemsky is the managing partner of Larkin Development Group. The firm is actively redeveloping the historic Larkin District in Buffalo into a mixed use commercial, residential and retail district.

Together, Peter Hunt leads the discussion on the future goals of the Larkin Development, which include retail and residential opportunities. 

To find out more, listen to this week's show! 

Monday, December 10, 2012

12/8 Mark Poloncarz

This week, Peter Hunt, welcomes Mark Poloncarz to the show! 

Mark Poloncarz is currently the Erie County Executive. Mark works with our partners in government and the private sector to ensure Erie County provides the best possible services to its residents at the lowest possible cost. Mark also reflects upon all the accomplishments that have been reached within the past six years. Over the years investments have gone into the economic development 

Together, Peter Hunt leads the discussion on the Buffalo Billion and the economic development of the Bethlehem Steel Plant. 

To find out more from this show, listen to this week's show! 

Monday, December 3, 2012

12/1 Jill Jedlicka

Your Host, Peter Hunt, welcomes Jill Jedlicka to the show!

Jill Jedlicka is the Executive Director and Riverkeeper of Buffalo Niagara Riverkeeper. Riverkeeper had grown to an organization of 23 employees and funded at $2.8 million by 2011 with a wide supporter base throughout the Buffalo Niagara community. As the only science-based, community focused, advocacy organization in Western New York dedicated to protecting and restoring the quality and quantity of our most valuable natural asset, our work has become increasingly more important. Riverkeeper is committed to improving the legacy we leave for future generations. Our goal is for everyone to have access to fishable, swimmable and drinkable waterways throughout the Buffalo Niagara region.

Together, Peter Hunt leads the discussion the current water quality in Buffalo, NY. 

To find out more, listen to this week's show!