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WBFO Brief Jan. 4, 2022

Hear why Williamsville Trustee Mathew Etu’s resignation letter says “I will state clearly that Mayor Deborah Rogers is the reason I am leaving”. Also nearly agencies want Gov. Hochul to announce Master Plan for Aging during State of the State on Wednesday. And Canisius College Professor Robert Klump talks with Jay Moran of her plan to propose 8-year term limits on statewide offices.

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