FBI Agents Search Home of Public Utilities Comission of Ohio Chairman

FBI agents carry boxes out of the Columbus home of Public Utilities Commission Chair Sam Randazzo. [Dan Konik / Statehouse News Bureau]
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Monday morning, FBI agents searched the home of the chairman of the Public Utilities Commission of Ohio.  A spokesperson for the bureau would say only that the search was related to a federal sealed warrant.

Sam Randazzo is the current chair of PUCO, appointed to that post in February of 2019 by Governor Mike DeWine.

Joining us to kick off the program, with the latest details, is Statehouse Reporter, Andy Chow.

Later in the program, we take you "Inside The Bricks" with the second episode of ideastream's new podcast that focuses on Woodhill Homes.

The producer of the podcast, Justin Glanville we be joining us, and you'll hear voices of Woodhill residents as well.

In the second episode of Inside the Bricks, we bring you stories of people moving into Woodhill Homes, and moving out.

Plus, we consider what it's like to live in a place where a lot of people — including U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson — believe you shouldn't want to stay.

Guests: 

- Andy Chow, Reporter, Ohio Public Radio Statehouse News Bureau

- Justin Glanville, Reporter and Producer, ideastream

 

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