Lynn Marinelli Interview

25 Jan

As part of our ongoing interview series with Erie County Legislators, Marc and I turned our camera on Legislator Lynn Marinelli.  We spent about an hour with her and covered dozens of topics ranging from the “reform coalition” to the pending budget crisis in Erie County.

We’re asking each legislator the same basic set of questions and we hope through this interview series, you can juxtapose the responses from each and get a feeling for what’s important to them and get a perspective on their ideas for governance and politicking.

After we got through the basic set of questions about the “reform coalition”, reductions in urban-centric service programs, urban/suburban divide issues, regional planning/coordination, and general politics, we went with a few additional questions about the ECIDA, Collins for Governor and the upcoming decision to maintain or repeal the municipal share of the additional sales tax levied in 2005.

There was a lot of ground covered and it was pretty tough to edit the interview down to under 10 minutes, but I think we got most of the important topics covered.

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We’re scheduling an interview with Legislator Kozub later this week and we hope to hear back soon from Legislators Hardwick and Rath.  If you have questions you’d like us to look into, let us know in the comments section.

4 Responses to “Lynn Marinelli Interview”

  1. Brian January 26, 2010 at 7:17 am #

    Lynn Marinelli would make a much more compelling County Executive candidate in 2011 than she did in 2007. 

  2. Mike In WNY January 26, 2010 at 9:36 am #

    Marinelli has perfected the art of partisan hack sound bytes, all style, no substance. It’s too bad she doesn’t use her brain for some good.

  3. Jim Ostrowski January 26, 2010 at 1:05 pm #

    She is right about downsizing though.

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