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White Plains CitizeNetReporter Publisher / Editor and Monday’s Westchester On the Level Monday Co-host John Bailey speaks to the most important issues concerning Westchester County and White Plains governments from 10-10:30am.
- We learn of the latest technology that New York Presbyterian Lawrence Hospital has acquired that takes a clear, pyrophosphate picture scan of the heart that reveals the essence of protein that causes cardiac amyloidosis.
- The Business Council of Westchester to engage the Westchester County Board of Legislators on whether to enhance Westchester County Airport to accommodate commercial aviation or to avoid flight expansion. The conundrum of permitting commercial transportation is undermined by a runway that is too short in length and thereby diminishes the capacity of aircraft to fully fuel up which requires them to fly to Stewart Arport, exact a layover for passengers board in Westchester as they wait to refuel and also ribs the sale of jet fuel profits thereby denying financial gain of potential sales locally, and savings to aircraft that need not pay for an otherwise unwarranted stopover at Stewart Airport.
- White Plains CitizeNetReporter informs its eaders that The French-American School of New York (FASNY) has decided to divest part of its Ridgeway property in White Plains. john Sheehan, President of the Gedney Association has been long engaged in challenging the efficacy of FASNY’s intent to build out the land parcel on an ecological basis, and zoning ordinances. Why is FASNY now contemplating some of the parcels it once coveted? Inquiry of the Gedney Association initiating a revised local action against the intentioned effort to sell the property, in violation of SEQRA regulations forbidding segmentation puts into question whether FASNY was intent on financially overwhelming the Gedney Association who are presently in their best legal posture ever.
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Political Analyst Michael Edelman, Esq., tackles the issues that revolve about President Trump and recent issues that have taken center stage in New York State. This segment heard from 10:30-11am.
- New York State Congressman Jerry Nadler, House Judiciary Chairman, advised on NBC News’ Meet the Press with Chuck Todd that “executive privilege” cannot be used by POTUS to hide wrong-doing, asserting that in a nine to zero vote taken during the Nixon Administration, SCOTUS ruled that “executive privilege” can be overridden and thereby, the tapes were made public.
- Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s findings regarding Russian interference in the Presidential elections of 2018 is said to have been formally divulged to Attorney General William Barr. Will the report be made public? Mueller’s conclusions by some informed sources advise that he will not include any indictments concerning collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian interference in the presidential election. We learn if Mr. Edelman is aware of similar findings and how they may impact POTUS. is Pres. Trump safe or vulnerable?
- With the findings concluded by Mueller, are the inquiries by New York State Attorney General Trish James of greater concern to POTUS? Why so? What can she uncover that has not been gleaned by Mueller?
- President Trump asserts he can beat any of the Democrats that may challenge him in 2020. We inquire how strong the prospects is presently conjectured should POTUS face Joe Biden, Kamala Harris, Beto O’Rourke, or Bernie Sanders?
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Hezi Aris, Yonkers Tribune Editor-at-Large, engages in speaking to the most pertinent hyperlocal, state, national, and international news with commensurate analysis. This segment from 11:00am-11:30am
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Rich Castaldo, Political Commentator and New York Congressional Candidate is seeking to represent New York State’s 11th Congressional and will thereby be immersed in a face off against incumbent freshman Congressman Max Rose Rich. The 11th Congressional district includes all of Staten Island and parts of southern Brooklyn, including the neighborhoods of Bay Ridge, Bath Beach, Dyker Heights, south western Gravesend, western Sheepshead Bay, and parts of southern Bensonhurst.
Politically, it is the most conservative district in New York City, the only district in the city which leans towards the Republican Party in national elections, and until 2018, it was the only district covering part of the city to be represented by a Republican. Following the 2018 election, the Republicans were left without House representation in New York City for only the second time since the 1930s. The district has significant Italian-American, Jewish, Irish-American, Russian-American, and Arab-American populations. What has happened to Republican voices? Do Robert Mueller’s findings that did not discover collusion between POTUS and Russia resuscitate the Republican dogma that did not collapse under the assertions of collusion, denied vociferously by Pres. Trump. This segment will be heard from 11:30am-12Noon.