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FINGER LAKES 2/24: Lawsuit filed by Watertown Firefighter’s family, Rochester Youth Philharmonic Orchestra and Finger Lakes Welcome Center (video)

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Today’s show is hosted by Rebecca Swift and Sydney Radka.

In today’s news, there is a lawsuit against the state of New York in Montour Falls, Cayuga County is voting on whether SUNY students should be vaccinated, a smoke shop in Cortland is facing charges, Frontenac park was vandalized, advocates are pushing for a new measure in New York that would require minors to have a lawyer present during police interrogation, and a drive to increase the state’s speed limit to 70 mph is gaining momentum. Also, Wayne County Board of Supervisors is exploring the possibility of transferring ownership of 52 miles of Ontario Midland Railroad property, while a 35-year-old inmate serving a life sentence for a brutal murder in Syracuse attacked and injured staff at Elmira Correctional Facility. Additionally, Robert Otterstatter, a former Republican Auburn City Council candidate and owner of Octane Social House, has pleaded guilty to criminal trespass in Geddes Town Court.

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On the show, Rebecca interviews representatives from the Rochester Philharmonic Youth Orchestra, which is gearing up for a performance to celebrate its 50th anniversary.

Paul Russo talks sports, including high school basketball sectionals, the Buffalo Sabres, and racing. Rebecca also talks with a local vendor at the Finger Lakes Welcome Center. The show ends with the crew discussing their favorite parts of spring in the Finger Lakes region.

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