Local Public Affairs Radio Program
The Community Spotlight Local Public Affairs Program airs on all six of the Media One Radio Group radio stations. The Chautauqua County Executive appears the first week of each month and City of Jamestown Mayor appears the second week of each month. The other weeks of the month feature a variety of community leaders and special guests. The program airs on the following stations at the following times: WJTN - Saturday at 8:45 A.M. | WWSE - Sunday at 7:00 A.M. | WHUG & WKSN - Sunday at 6:30 A.M. | WQFX & WKZA - Sunday at 5:30 A.M.
Community Spotlight for Oct. 29-Nov. 4, 2018
Local Congressman Tom Reed says "the job is not done," in response to the question of why he's running for a fifth-term in the House of Representatives. Reed joins our Terry Frank this week to talk about health care, Jobs, the economy, and immigrantion -- the hot-button topics of the 2018 mid-term elections. Reed says he is looking at ways to lower health care costs, and preserve coverage for people with pre-existing conditions. On jobs and the economy, he says there is still work to be done, but, adds tax cuts have led to more jobs (7.1-million) that need to be filled, compared to the number of people working. On immigration, he says he co-chairs the Problem Solver's Caucus that is looking at improving border security through improvements to the current wall, and better technology. He says they want to find a way to address the need for migrant farm workers, and for recognizing DACA recipients. He also gives his positive reaction to President Trump's recent, full-throated endorsement of his re-election.