What to Watch: Ken Fisher interviews Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer on CUNY-TV’s CityWide

 A new episode of CityWide with Ken Fisher will air on CUNY-TV (cable channel 75 in New York City) on Wednesday, January 19.  CityWide is a dynamic talk show for New Yorkers who care deeply about their city.  Continuing this season’s trend of talking with people who make things happen in New York, Ken will be joined in the studio by Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer.  Mr. Stringer was a State Assemblyman for thirteen years before becoming Manhattan’s 26th Borough President in 2006.  Ken and the Borough President will discuss a variety of issues, ranging from the current economic crisis to the City’s response to the recent snowstorm.

Scott Stringer on what he would like to see happen during the last term of the Bloomberg administration:


See more of the interview after the jump.

Stringer compares the current fiscal crisis to the crisis of 1975:

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