This week we’re featuring two parts of our upcoming Sunday Conversation with Wayne County Board of Supervisors Chairman Ken Miller. He serves as Palmyra Town Supervisor as well, and spoke with us about his outlook on 2021 – addressing some of the fiscal concerns that counties like his are contending with amid the coronavirus pandemic. Miller also talked about how having major companies like CSX and Ginna in the community helped them prepare for responding to the pandemic.
Part I: NYS Could Hurt Counties Badly
Part II: Operational Experience Crucial For Wayne County
DEBRIEF: Bitcoin mining, shopping mall in flux, hiring struggles, officer involved shooting, and Red Jacket HS incident (podcast)
DEBRIEF: Debating Willard closure, diversions at local hospitals, Wegmans security for shopping carts, and hedge fund play for Lee newspapers (podcast)
DEBRIEF: Healthcare worker shortage, Geneva school leadership, Seneca Falls elections, and future of marijuana legalization, mobile sports betting (podcast)
DEBRIEF: Local elections enter home stretch, investigation into sheriff enters new phase, and COVID holiday guidelines (podcast)
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