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WESTCHESTER, NY — Political Analyst Robert Kesten delves into the conduct being revealed on the national political landscape that may well insinuate a similar demeanor on the state and local platform. Are we witnessing an incendiary divide that pits the left leaning Democratic dogma of the past against the Democratic progressive leanings of an engaged and younger voter concerned over disparate issues. Are we witnessing anything akin to the Bernie Sanders v Hillary Clinton divide? Will it encroach into future, local, and political contests? Are we witnessing a generational war that may take a decade or more to arrive at consensus? Are sensibilities and needs so different among our populations? Is age, ethnicity, or religion that informs us most? Or is it a little bit of this, that, and the other? Has America needed to straddle such challenges in the past? If so, can America replicate the remedies learned from the past in response to the present? This segment from 10-10:30am.
Mount Vernon Mayoral Candidate Hon. Commissioner Clyde Isley discusses the most pressing issues with respect that challenge the City of Mount Vernon. A prominent concern is how to rise above the dysfunction between the executive branch of government and that of the office of the comptroller? We make inquiry into whether Mount Vernon’s diminishing bond rating has proven detrimental to the city? Why is it pertinent? How does it impact Mount Vernon’s capacity to develop? Is there a prudent roadmap to begin the process of rejuvenating the dormant Memorial Field, specifically with regard to the remediation of contaminated soil. Is the state of the soil the only concern? How does the city surmount this issue? Can resolution come about more quickly by having Westchester County take over the project? This segment from 10:30-11am.
Thereafter, Yonkers Tribune Editor-at-Large Hezi Aris speaks to hyperlocal, state, national, and international concerns with commensurate analysis from 11am-12Noon.