Originally airing Thursday, Feb. 4, 2016 (Part 1) and Thursday, Feb. 9 (Part 2).
For WRFA’s February interview with Jamestown Mayor Sam Teresi, public affairs director Jason Sample reviews the mayor’s 2016 State of the City report and asks several follow up questions regarding some of the initiatives in the report, including the Police-Sheriff Consolidation Study, the health insurance opt-out proposal for retired city workers, the Joint Task Force on Efficiency and Cost Reduction, and the downtown parking study and a parking fine amnesty day. The mayor also covers the local drug problem and how to best battle it, as well as accusations by the leader of the county chamber of commerce (Todd Tranum) that the mayor was working to dissolve the Board of Public Utilities.
The first part of February’s interview with the mayor was broadcast on Feb. 4, 2016. Part 2 was scheduled to be broadcast on WRFA on Thursday, Feb. 9. However, the full interview has already been made available at our website.
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