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Local News: May 28, 2024

Mass Evictions and Rent Hikes at West Hill Apartments Residents at a West Hill apartment complex in Ithaca are facing eviction. According to the Ithaca Times, the Delaware-based new owners of Cayuga Gardens Apartments plan to raise the rent in all units by $600 a month. In February they served every resident in the complex with a 90-day eviction notice. Many renters in the 60-unit development have already moved out. About a dozen remain, many of whom are elderly or disabled. Wednesday is the deadline for them to vacate.  Cornell DACA Assistance Program Gets Boost A Cornell-based group providing legal assistance to migrants has been granted $1.5 million. According to the Cornell Sun,…

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Interview With the Veverka Brothers about Passfire – a film about fireworks around the world

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Call for Fall 2013 Local Programs

By katrina

It is WRFI Schedule time!  Community members interested in having a program on WRFI must submit their Slot Preference and Working Group/Committee Selection forms by Sunday, August 25th at 5pm.  This applies to new local programs and hosts who have not yet been trained, as well as seasoned hosts and currently-scheduled local programs.  If you…

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A Message from Pacifica, regarding Al-Jazeera News

By katrina

WRFI is no longer playing Al-Jazeera News, and this is why: To Pacifica Network listeners, Thank you listening to Pacifica’s exclusive broadcasts of Al Jazeera English and for supporting your local community radio station. It is with great regret that we must report that Al Jazeera English is no longer available for distribution in the…

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Our friends in Dryden and their Fracking Ban Get Some Great Coverage on MSNBC

By WRFI News Staff

SOURCE: http://video.msnbc.msn.com/mhp/52780984 >>> call it the little town that could. in 2011 , rural dryden in upstate new york , population, 14,500, banned hydraulic fracking, prompting the anchills exploration corporation to shoe. the energy company wanted the court to force the company to accept the fracking. not only did the town fight back, it garnered the support of 20,000 people to support them in…

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