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Poloncarz takes 'Executive Report' to cable

You'll catch quite a bit of County Executive Mark C. Poloncarz this month on Time Warner Cable.

Poloncarz has made his government access debut as county executive in a half-hour program he recently taped called "The Executive Report."

He touches on the Buffalo Bills, the Erie County Industrial Development Agency, economic development and the adjustment to the new job in an interview with Brenda Alessi, a spokesman for Poloncarz said.

It'll air on Time Warner's Channel 22 once or twice a day for the next two weeks.

Poloncarz taped a similar program called the "┬ÉComptroller's Report" when he was county comptroller.

-- Denise Jewell Gee

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