WJFF-The Reporters Roundtable

In this podcast, we cover a variety of local news stories from the Hudson Valley region of New York State. Liam discusses the potential impact of the Sullivan County Adult Care Center's transition from county government to a consultant on the quality of care provided to residents and what steps should be taken to ensure a successful transition. He also delves into proposals related to bail reform and budgetary issues put forth by Sullivan County representatives in discussions about the state budget.

Derek provides updates on the Tusten Energy Committee shake-up and the proposed project in Fosterdale, including the reasons behind the resignations of three TEC members and the impact of the new complex on Route 17B.

Philip talks about the firing of the Ulster County human rights commissioner and the recent change in the Megan McDonald murder case. He also provides background information on the Ulster County Human Rights Commission and its mission.

Chris covers the ongoing saga of the Berme Road Park playground in bad shape and the efforts to find funding to replace equipment. He also discusses the Senior Center in Napanoch, which is in need of funding, and the big meeting held to search for grant funding.

What is WJFF-The Reporters Roundtable?

The Reporters Roundtable gathers local reporters from the Hudson Valley/Catskills and North East Pennsylvania to discuss the pressings issues facing the community and to delve further into the latest headlines.