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MONDAY ROUNDTABLE
steve_homepage1[1]Orange County Executive, Steve Neuhaus
9 AM – 10 AM
 Start your Roundtable series every Monday with a first look at all things affecting Orange County. Steve and his guests take calls and answer your questions.
Orange County is located in the picturesque Hudson Valley, named by National Geographic Traveler magazine as one of the top 20 places to visit in the world. From Sugar Loaf to Storm King, from Woodbury Common to West Point, Orange County offers a unique variety of history, culture, shopping, and entertainment, all in one place.
Our County’s location remains one of its strongest assets: bordering the Hudson River, situated 90 minutes from New York City, featuring the peaks of the Schunnemunk Mountains and the fertile soil of the Black Dirt Region. Our parks and recreation system is second to none, offering more than 3,300 acres where families and vacationers can golf, hike, and picnic. It’s a County that offers something for everyone – whether you live here, or are one of the thousands who visit each year. The residents have made a community here unlike any other in New York State. It’s a caring place where everyone is made to feel welcome, from a pancake breakfast to support the local American Legion, a 5K run to benefit charity, to a clothing drive to help a neighbor in need. That’s why Steve is proud to call Orange County his home.- Visit http://www.orangecountygov.com/.
Steve Neuhaus has spent over a decade in public service.  After college, Neuhaus began working for the Newburgh City Managers Office.  He has also served as Deputy Village Manager in the Village of Walden.  In 2003, Neuhaus was elected Town Councilman and re-elected in 2005.  He was the Supervisor in the Town of Chester. In 2013, Steve was elected to the top job of “Orange County Executive”. Neuhaus also serves as an Ensign in the United States Navy Reserves.
Neuhaus is a member of the Stewart Airport Commission, Hudson Valley Boy Scouts Council Dinner Committee, a volunteer firefighter and former board member of the Orange County Land Trust.  He is currently Chairman of the Town of Chester Republican Committee. He holds a BA from Mount Saint Mary College and a MPA from Marist College.Steve lives in Chester with his wife Rachel.

 


TUESDAY ROUNDTABLELorraine McNeil[1]Lorraine
9 AM – 10 AM

Lorraine is a former Town Council Member for the Town of Woodbury. She served 8 years and also served on Woodbury’s Planning Board and Zoning Board of Appeals. In addition, Lorraine served on the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation and Regional State Environmental Quality Review Act panel. Lorraine also has an extensive background conducting medical and legal research.

She has a fervent belief in open government reflected in her weekly broadcast on the Tuesday Roundtable from 9 to 10 AM right here on WTBQ!

 


WEDNESDAY ROUNDTABLEBerkmanWEBSIZErgb[1]Jeff Berkman
9 AM – 10 AM

Jeff is an Orange County Legislator for the 20th District. He hosts Wednesday’s Roundtable Show from 9:00 AM until 10:00 AM. Jeff brings his political expertise to the airwaves as he keeps the phone lines busy with callers looking to join in the conversation.

 


 Thursday Roundtable

Paul R

Paul Ruskiewicz  – Legislator of District 3

Barry Cheney

  Barry Cheney – Legislator of District 8

John Vero

John Vero – Legislator of District 10
9 AM to 10 AM
Three legislators, one show, one hour to get a lot of information out. They are your representatives in government and are here to inform and answer any questions about Orange County.

Friday Roundtable
Pat ODwyerPat O’Dwyer
9 AM to 10 AM
Host of Friday’s Roundtable, her blend of political talk, interviews and conversation make for one informative and entertaining show, and, you’re always invited to call the show.