Saturday, May 02, 2009


Issues Discussed:
1) my commentary on above topic
2) e-mail responses to last post "A Piece Of My Heart"
3) a message from candidate for Westchester County Legislator John Testa
4) cable t.v. show update
a)The Volpe Report
b)Speak Out With Sandy Galef
5) What's Happening at Graymoor, Garrison N.Y.
6) What's happening at 12 Grpaes, N. Division Street, Peekskill
7) a message from candidate for Yorktown Council Terrance Murphy
8) a message from Putnam Valley Supervisor Bob Tendy
9) a message from Assemblywoman Sandra Galef
10) a message from candidate for Westchester District Attorney Dan Schorr
11) a message from Assemblyman Greg Ball
12) a message from the Westchester GOP
************My new In My Opinion column's topic of discussion in the NCN
************Atom Taxi Inc. Airport Service
************Contact me e-mail addresses
************Sites to link to for more information(to be a better voter)
************Cable shows to watch(to better inform)
Dear Readers:

Recently I posted a story about a person who tried to pay a ticket to the Town Of Cortlandt, you can see the original post below. Supervisor Puglisi responded that she would forward the post to the town court. Also below you will see the response from Gail Gmeine Court Clerk, Town of Cortlandt Justice Court. A few thoughts are in order.

1) She states "Perhaps the person in this article was not aware of our office hours and procedures. I would like to point out that this office does have two signs posted in our court clerk’s office window that indicate that payments will be accepted from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. This information is also on the Town of Cortlandt Website and our automated telephone voicemail system for our office. For the convenience of the public, we also accept payments through the mail, which would eliminate any personal appearance by the person receiving the ticket. In addition each summons contains the date and time that a person is to appear in court to answer the summons, or that they may do so by mail."

The problem was that on the first attempt to pay, the sign on the OUTSIDE door said the hours are till 4PM. So if the outside doors are locked as they were, how would the person know what was posted on the INSIDE door? If the person was from out of town, what would they know about a town web-site of even if one exists? If the person wanted to pay by mail or pay at the time that appeared at the bottom of the ticket, all this would be moot. However the person wanted to pay this ticket and get it out of the way. The actual problem is that the office hours are not posted on the outside door, a point Gail Gmeine fails to grasp! As stated in the original post, the notice received by mail, of which I have a copy, does not state anywhere the hours the office is open, another easily corrected problem.

2) She states "We pride ourselves in treating each person at our window and on the telephone with the utmost respect and courtesy, and am confident that our policies and practices have been and were adhered to at all times."

A written in the original post, this person states rudeness was the order of the day. Who are we to believe, someone who was not there or the person who was? The real problem is, and a common one when one deals with a bureaucrat is to blame the citizen, and deny a problem exists. Her entire reply is one of denial. This is unacceptable! It is my hope that should the Supervisor read this post, she will correct this kind of response to a tax paying citizen. Nobody who has a valid complaint should be dismissed as the reply by Gail Gmeine attempts to do.

April 27, 2009
Dear Mr. Bazzo:

I would like to respond to your article printed on April 11, 2009 with regard to the Town of Cortlandt Justice Court.

Perhaps the person in this article was not aware of our office hours and procedures. I would like to point out that this office does have two signs posted in our court clerk’s office window that indicate that payments will be accepted from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. This information is also on the Town of Cortlandt Website and our automated telephone voicemail system for our office. For the convenience of the public, we also accept payments through the mail, which would eliminate any personal appearance by the person receiving the ticket. In addition each summons contains the date and time that a person is to appear in court to answer the summons, or that they may do so by mail.

We pride ourselves in treating each person at our window and on the telephone with the utmost respect and courtesy, and am confident that our policies and practices have been and were adhered to at all times. Please rest assured my staff is aware of the importance of continuing this practice and we will continue to serve the public with the same respect and courtesy as we always have.

Thank you for this opportunity to respond to this article.
Very truly yours,
Gail Gmeiner
Court Clerk

Dear Readers:

A person (not me) gets a ticket in the Town Of Cortlandt for a rolling stop. You know the kind of stop you see State Troopers make all the time while talking on their cell phones. This person does not contest this ticket, even though in my opinion it is hypocritical for Troopers to give this kind of ticket as they are practitioners of this kind of stop, same as cell phone tickets. I really have a problem with do as I say, not as I do. However I digress.

This person goes to the Cortlandt Court House on Heady Street Monday to pay the fine at 4:30 PM only to find they close at 4PM per the sign on the door. So they come back Tuesday at 3:35 PM only to find they are closed again. This person walks in and the person behind the desk look up and says "what do you want"? It is explained that they are here to pay a ticket, at which time they are told the clerks office closes at 3:30 PM. When told the sign on the door says 4 PM this person is told that's when the building closes.

You would think that the time the clerk office closes would be posted also. You would think a little courtesy would be in order,, after all this person pays taxes to Cortlandt and therefore pays the person behind the desk's salary. So far this person has lost two days trying to pay this ticket for no reason other than lack of proper information. I read the "notice to appear" and how much the fine was and no where on this page was a time of office hours posted. BTW this person recieved three notices on the same ticket on the same days mail.

I realize to those keepers of the gate at the court house, these people who receive ticket are nefarious criminals to be treated with contempt, or at least that's how it seems. However, I think the powers that be in Cortlandt should see to it that when the notice to appear in court and the fine to be paid is sent, the hours to pay if one is not contesting the ticket should also be on the notice. I also think a little courtesy would also be in order.
Hi Andy,

I am so sorry to hear about your loss of Samuel P. Samuel.

When we lost our first dog, Luke Dogg, it was also to a heart attack, due to heat prostration. My wife held him in her arms as he just slipped away, and we cried ourselves to sleep. Even as I am writing this, 12 years later, I am choked up and teary-eyed.

You’ve had a tough couple of years on the loss front, but you’ve bounced back. Feisty is a good healing emotion.

All best,
Bill Burton
Hi Andy,

Sorry to hear of your cat's death. We lost one about 10 years ago, and we buried him under his favorite back yard lilac bush, very near the bird feeder (which is no doubt why he liked spending time there), so I know how you feel.

We thought it would be quite awhile before we got another, but it was only a few days before we decided to rescue a neighborhood stray we had been seeing around for almost a year. Turned out he had been abandoned by a family on the next block when they moved. he had been out doors completely on his own for about a year, including an entire winter. We still have him, and while we still think about Magic, Mr. Whiteside has been a joy. We were right to jump right back in. You'll know when it's time for you.


So sorry about your cat. We lost our dog to a brain tumor three years ago and are still mourning his passing. My heart goes out to yours.
Mike K.
Hi Andy,

I'm really, really sorry about your cat. I know how devastating losing a pet is -- as does Michael, who also asked me to send his condolences. We're thinking of you...

Aside from all the politics and government issues, I wanted to convey my sadness for your loss. Pets are so very special and become such an important part of our lives. And they are missed when gone. So I understand your grief. My thoughts are with you.

John G. Testa announces his candidacy for Westchester County Legislator in District 1 (which spans the communities of Peekskill, Cortlandt and Yorktown)

His achievements as a 3 term Mayor of Peekskill highlight his extensive qualifications for the position of County Legislator. During his tenure, Peekskill experienced a boom and revitalization unprecedented in the City's history. With a focus on fiscal responsibility, quality of life of all residents and open and fair government, Testa was able to transform the City into a model community recognized nationwide for its turnaround.

Through his leadership of restructuring City departments and the consolidation of government, Peekskill was able to improve services while increasing efficiency, which led to three years in a row of 0% tax increases. During this time the City's crime rate fell by nearly half, dozens of new businesses opened and expanded, hundreds of jobs were created, and fire and police services were enhanced. Testa was also recognized for his environmental record of remediating former industrial property, preserving open space and other eco-friendly policies. Under Testa's leadership the city created, improved and expanded a record amount of recreational facilities and programs. These achievements were recognized by publications and agencies both locally and nationwide. The NY State Comptroller's Office recognized Peekskill as one of the most fiscally sound municipalities in NY State, all due to the planning and policies of the Testa Administration. Moody's Financial Services also recognized the tremendous fiscal stability Testa brought to Peekskill and increased the city's bond rating for the first time in 3 decades.

"I look forward to once again serving the citizens of Peekskill as well as The Town of Cortlandt and Yorktown. I will work hard for Northern Westchester and use my experience and leadership to bring real change and refocus county government to be fiscally responsible to those who pay the bills, the taxpayer," Testa said. "The approach I used as mayor of a city can be utilized at the county level. We are the highest taxed county in the country and something must be done now to ease the burden on the taxpayers. People are afraid and need representatives who they know will be on their side. I am ready to be that representative," Testa added.

Testa also boasts his life-long residency in Northern Westchester (Peekskill) and his family's century-plus long contributions to the Peekskill and Cortlandt communities. He is a high school Technology and Social Studies teacher for 29 years at Peekskill High School and lives in Peekskill with his wife Nancy and children John Jr. and Katy.

He is also the host of a monthly cable program, On Topic with John Testa, which is televised in Peekskill, Cortlandt and Yorktown. All shows can be viewed and additional information can be found on the show's website at

Testa will be having a Campaign Kick-off event on Thursday, May 14th at Cortlandt Colonial Restaurant from 6:00 to 8:00 PM. For more information visit

For more information on John and his achievements as Mayor of Peekskill visit
Visitors can also visit Testa's campaign site via a link on his homepage or visit directly at

Host, Domenic Volpe, is pleased to announce the guest for the Domenic Volpe Report is a real estate attorney, Bobbie Ann Cox, who is also a member of Rethinking Westchester- which is a movement looking to limit County Government. Join in as I ask many questions as to truth and rumors which abound about this very sensitive issue and a stance which I too have taken these past 4 years.

The Domenic Volpe report can be seen in the Peekskill/Cortlandt area on public Access channel 14 Thursday's at 8:00pm May 7 and 14. Yorktown/Putnam Valley viewers can see us on Channel 74 Wednesday's at 6:00pm. May 6 and 13.

“Speak Out” with Assemblywoman Sandy Galef Investigates County and State Working Together to Save Tax Dollars

(May 1, 2009) Assemblywoman Sandy Galef hosts Westchester County Deputy Executive John Tully on her cable television show “Speak Out with Sandy Galef.” They discuss how county and state governments can work together more effectively in order to better serve their constituents. Mr. Tully also describes how the current state of the economy has affected county services, and what the Putnam County government is doing to relieve residents’ tax burdens in light of the present economy. Tune in to cable television on the following days and times to learn more.

“Speak Out with Sandy Galef” airs as follows:
Ossining and Peekskill Channel 15 –Wednesdays at 8:00 pm
Wappingers Falls Channel 21 & Yorktown Channel 74 -Wednesdays at 7:30 pm
Carmel, Kent, Mahopac & Putman Valley Channel 8 – Wednesdays at 7:30 pm

“County and State Working Together”
Airs May 13, 20, 27& June 3

TUESDAY, May 5th, at 7:00 PM in PIlgrim Hall

Sister Maureen Wild, SC, co-founder of the Center for Earth and Spirit, lectures on "Care for the Earth and and the Integrity of Creation." The lecture is hosted by the Franciscan Sisters of the Atonement. A free-will offering will be accepted. Information: (845)230-8228.

TUESDAY, May 5th, 7:30-8:30 PM
SHARING EASTER FAITH: The Mission of the Church

A seven-week series celebrating The Great Fifty Days of Easter with the help of Roger P. Schroeder’s book, What Is the Mission of the Church? A Guide for Catholics (Orbis, 2008) continues Tues.May 5th, 7:30-8:30 PM with “Mission from the Early Church to the Fall of Constantinople (100-1453): House Churches, Monks, Mendicants, and Geguines (chapter 4, pp.44-65). Copies of the book are available at the Graymoor Book and Gift Center (845-424-2100 or

THURSDAY, May 7th, at 7:30 PM

ON the eve of Pope Benedict XVI’s historic visit to Jordan, Israel, and the Palestinian Territories, a panel of local religious leaders – including Fr. Anthony Falsarella, assistant director of St. Basil Academy, Garrison; Dr. Mahjabeen Hassan, chairwoman of the American Muslim Women’s Association, Briarcliff Manor; Rev. Dr. Adolphus C. Lacey, pastor of Mt. Olivet Baptist Church, Peekskill: and Rabbi Lee S. Paskind, rabbi at First Hebrew Congregation, Peekskill – will explore interreligious relations locally. Award-winning Journal News religion writer Gary Stern will moderate the panel. Further information will be forthcoming. Free. Seminar Rooms (3rd floor). Information: (845)424-2111.

SUNDAY, May 17th, at 4:00 PM

The third annual Grateful Gathering, a “sacred meal featuring foods from the Bible,” will be held at 4:00 PM in the friars’ dining room. Reservations are required by Mon.May 11th (845-424-2111). Requested donation is $65.00 per person, $100.00 per couple.

Sun, May 3
Peekskill's Cinco de Mayo Festival 3-11 pm
12 Grapes Singer/Songwriter Showcase 6-9 pm

Three of the most accomplished Singer/Songwriters in all of Westchester, Petey Hop, Mishti Roy and Mani Cregan are not only good friends, they are a powerhouse trio whose performances as solo artists are only surpassed by their performances as a group. **Free admission**

Next Weekend:
Fri, May 8, 9:30 - 12:30
The Gil Parris Band

Grammy-Nominated guitarist Gil Parris has toured as lead guitarist for Blood, Sweat & Tears, and has played with many pop & jazz legends. Join us as we welcome Gil and his talented band back to our stage.
**$5 Entertainment Fee for all, including diners**

Sat, May 9, 9:30 - 12:30
Buried in Blue
Last time here, Buried in Blue blew the doors off the place.
Tonight will be no exception. These guys ROCK! **Free Admission**

Mon, May 11, 8:00 - 10:00
Greg Westhoff & The Westchester Swing Band
Outstanding 18-piece orchestra, world-class musicians.
Reservations are recommended. Fun is guaranteed.
**$5 Cover goes directly to the band**

For reservations call: 914-737-6624

Thanks again for joining in the fun at 12 Grapes. To see our menus, calendar of events and photo gallery, please visit

As always, thank you for your patronage and friendship.
Rich & Jeannie Credidio
12 Grapes Music & Wine Bar
12 North Division Street, Peekskill, NY
(914) 737-6624


Amidst a crowded room of over eighty supporters Dr. Terrence Murphy (R, C, I – Jefferson Valley) formally reentered the political arena as a candidate for Yorktown Councilman. With his wife Caroline and children McKayla and Jack by his side, the lifelong Yorktown resident and former marathon runner, made it known his campaign is ready to hit the ground running.

“This is going to be a sophisticated grassroots campaign which will address the everyday needs of the residents of this great town,” Dr. Murphy declared.
Citing the current economic climate throughout the country Dr. Murphy offered his own prognosis.

“Families all across Yorktown are indeed struggling and looking to the town for answers. As a successful small business owner, my experience will bring jobs back home through new common sense leadership and solutions for the constituents of Yorktown to help them through these tumultuous times.”

Recently, Murphy received a unanimous endorsement from the Yorktown Republican Town Committee in an enthusiastic sign of support for his candidacy. Now, Dr. Murphy has pledged to aggressively pursue the endorsements of several minor parties.

“All political jargon aside, I share many of the values and ideas of the minor parties and I intend on meeting with all of them in hopes of receiving their endorsements,” Murphy said. “People need to realize that partisan politics is not going to solve any of our problems.”

Nearly shouting over the cheering crowd Dr. Murphy made one thing abundantly clear, “No one needs to convince me to run for this job. I want it and will knock on every door in Yorktown to get it.”
Murphy Speaks up for Silenced Children
Councilman Candidate Supports Child Safety Zone Laws With Local Officials

Across the street from the Van Cortlandville Elementary School in Mohegan Lake stood three men in the form of one: Terrence Murphy the candidate for Yorktown Town Board, Terrence Murphy the President of Keeping Westchester Safe, and Terrence Murphy the father of two young children. Combined, all three make up the loudest voice for the enactment of Child Safety Zone Laws in Westchester County.

Dr. Murphy, accompanied by Assemblyman Greg Ball, County Legislator George Oros, and Westchester County District Attorney Candidate Dan Schor, stood together in an effort to reveal a scary reality. A level 3 registered sex offender moved into Mohegan Lake this past winter. Even worse, the individual resides less than 900 feet from popular Van Cortlandville Elementary School.

“This is simply unacceptable,” Dr. Murphy stated. “As a parent of two young children I would be appalled to know such an individual lives mere feet from where my kids spend several hours a day.. This is precisely why this county needs to pass and enact the Child Safety Zone Laws.” Under such law, a registered sexual predator is prohibited from residing or working within 1,000 feet from any school, playground, or area frequently populated by children.

“The Child Safety Zone Law is a common sense piece of legislation which will provide an additional layer of protection between our children and known sexual predators,” Murphy explained. “The reality is only level two and three predators are required to enter a public registry. Level one predators are not required to do so, however, this law will still apply to them.”

Dr. Murphy recently announced his candidacy for Yorktown Councilman. He has been the President of Keeping Westchester Safe since 2006.
Lake Oscawana Management Plan.

Lake Oscawana has been designated under the Clean Water Act as an impaired water body due to an overload of phosphate from numerous sources. The Management Plan is a restoration plan which was approved and adopted by the Putnam Valley Town Board in November 2008 to combat this phosphate overload. This plan calls for a series of steps that include a) adding additional storm water-runoff catch basins with phosphate filtration; b) the creation of two bio-filter sites to trap contaminants flowing into the lake from streams on the south and west shores; c) construction of an underwater aeration system; and d) better management and control of septic systems in the watershed.

The plan contemplates expenditures of up to 1.5 million over a period of 5 - 7 years, and federal funding is necessary if the plan is to be successfully implemented in a timely manner.

Congressman Hall has pledged his support for this effort, and many local representatives have also voiced their support.

Putnam Valley Supervisor Robert Tendy has said that "funding for the management plan is is of great interest to all residents. This issue crosses all party lines. If Lake Oscawana continues to deteriorate, property values, particularly in the Lake District, will decrease. Families' investments in homes will yield decreasing returns, and our town's most beautiful body of water will eventually be less of a natural attraction and more of an eyesore, gradually becoming useless for most recreation and environmental activities. This would be tragic for Putnam Valley. We cannot allow this to happen."

Please call the Supervisor's Office for questions: 845-526-2121
Assemblywoman Galef Announces Summer Internship Program

Assemblywoman Sandy Galef will be starting her summer internship program for high school and college students. This is the seventeenth year the program will be offered which gives students a unique educational experience by participating in the everyday activities of their state and local government and serving their community.

Interns help run Assemblywoman Galef’s district office in downtown Ossining. During their time in the office, they will work on significant projects and gain first-hand knowledge in a number of different fields. Interns write letters, research bills, write press releases, work on newsletters, and deal with constituents. Many interns also focus on special projects. Interns also join Assemblywoman Galef at community events.

These unpaid internships offer a valuable opportunity for volunteers to make a difference in their community, and learn or improve skills that will be important throughout their lives. “Interns have a great opportunity to learn about government through their work in the office,” said Assemblywoman Galef. “They are able to utilize talents they possess, as well as improve and develop new abilities that can last them throughout their lives.”

“The opportunity that I have had interning in the office has broadened my understanding of state government,” stated Alexander D’Attore, an intern from Ossining High School. “Not only have I learned more about the legislative process, but I also get to see first hand how current events and issues impact our community. I’ve researched topics including environmentally friendly policies in hotels, gun control bills, state funding to help those having problems with drug and alcohol abuse, ways to make schools healthier, and Quadricentennial events and destinations along the Hudson River.”

Assemblywoman Galef’s office is currently seeking interns. If you are interested in more information on the internship program or you are looking to apply, please contact Chief-of-Staff Dana Levenberg at (914) 941-1111.

Ron and Marcy Vinder cordially invite you to a
reception in support of Westchester District Attorney Candidate Dan Schorr

with special guest Ari Fleischer Former White House Press Secretary

On Thursday
May 28, 2009
7:00 – 9:00 pm

At The Vinder Residence
26 Cushman Road
Scarsdale, NY

Business Attire General Reception Ticket - $200
General Reception and Photo Opportunity Ticket - $500
Group of 10 - $1,800 (includes 4 Photo Opportunity Tickets)
Contributions can be made in advance or at the door:
Online by credit card at:
or by mail with a check payable to:
Committee to Elect Dan Schorr
P.O. Box 8082
White Plains, NY 10602

To RSVP or for more information, please visit,
e-mail, or call (914) 513-3745.

Join us on Facebook at

Can you take two seconds, and support me today?
I know you are so busy, but I really need your help.
Today, I am trying to get 100 more solid friends to donate $100, more or less.

On May 9th I will be making my official announcement....

I need to file with a big number! And would like to raise $5000 by Tuesday.
We are gaining steam...and to keep pace, we need to raise $2500 today!
We now have over 500 donations from across the nation!

Today, I am trying to get 100 more solid friends to donate $100, more or less.
Some people have donated $25, $50, $100, $250, $500 or even $1000.
I know times are tough..but do you think you could help?
Yes? Awesome!

Please, donate online now

Greg Ball

Here is the site where you can donate online
If you would rather send a check, send it to "Ball4NY" PO Box 135, Patterson NY 12563

We do have a fundraiser this Sunday from 1-4 PM at Sentrista, take a look at

My official kickoff (FREE) will be May 9th at Murphy's 344 Kear Street in Yorktown at 10AM - bring the family!!

Greg Ball's 4th Annual Golf Outing will be taking place on June 5th, 2009 at Hudson Hills Golf Course and Murphy's Restaurant. You can view all the details at For this big event we need help pulling in donated items for the silent auction that will be going on throughout the day.

To accomplish this task, I will be organizing a Silent Auction Committee that will meet a few times prior to the golf outing. Please let me know if you will be able to help by calling me at (914) 648-0069 or e-mailing me at

We are looking for tickets to sporting events, televisions, gift certificates to restaurants and services (such as legal and accounting services), foursomes for other golf courses, trips, plane tickets, spa gift certificates, televisions, just to name just a few....

You can reach out to your network and try to get donations from both businesses and people. Many people have saved up points on their credit cards that can be redeemed for many items that we could auction off. When working with a business, you can emphasize the foot traffic that will be generated by having their name featured at our event and in a brochure to be handed out to everyone that attends.

Thank you and I look forward to working with you!

Jacqui Ambrosino
Ball4NY Congressional Exploratory Committee 2010
(914) 648-0069
President Obama’s First Hundred Days Full of Blunders
Statement from Joseph N. Mondello, New York Republican State Committee Chairman

As Americans, we all wish President Obama success as he faces the many problems that confront our nation at home and abroad.

However, in its first one hundred days the administration has taken the country on an irrational path marked by unprecedented levels of new federal spending and an inexplicable undermining of our nation’s efforts for real homeland security.

The radical policies of the Obama administration are detrimental to our national security and our economy. Our current course should deeply concern every American who supports lower taxes, smaller government, spending restraint, a firm commitment to free enterprise, and an unwavering resolve to protect our country and its citizens from the very real threat of international terrorism.

During these difficult times, I hope that our country’s leader can exhibit better judgment in the time remaining in his first term than that in the first 100 days.

Hi, Andy.

I've started a new blog. It's really more of a news aggregator, I suppose. Here's the address:

Feel free to share the link with anyone who you think might enjoy it.

Thomas G.

Please visit my website I have updated it and added new paintings.
Dear Readers:

This week I PAY TRIBUTE TO WESTCHESTER LEGISLATOR GEORGE OROS. You can read my column on this topic exclusively on line(see link below)or in this weeks NORTH COUNTY NEWS on sale now. I am worth the seventy-five cents. Look for my column IN MY OPINION(page 10) in the editorial section. Better yet as this column is exclusive to the North County News on a regular basis and will be covering the local political scene, take out a subscription. Click on the North County News link below and go to Subscribe. Between this blog and The North County News you will have all the information to make a vote based on substance.
Dear Readers:

This gives me a chance to plug my business ATOM TAXI INC. As you are planning your holiday or business or vacation travel? Instead of the headache of trying to find Airport parking, we do Airport Service to The Westchester County Airport(and ALL other airports) 24/7. Just call 1(914)879-6121 and my partner Tommy, will be glad to take you in our Airport Taxi. You will also be provided with a free copy of your local paper of record The North County News. If this is a business trip we also provide a professional receipt, just tell Tommy at the time of booking. The cost of a one-way trip to LaGuardia Airport the cost is Ninety dollars plus tolls. The cost to JFK and Newark Airports is one hundred-twenty-five dollars plus tolls. The tolls are $10.00 Westchester County Airport and Stewart cost $75.00. We do not take credit cards, sorry.
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YORKTOWN WATCHDOG: Every Friday at 9:30 PM & Wednesday at 4:30PM on channel 74
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