Oneida County Executive Anthony Picente was on Keeler Thursday discussing several issues including the Animal Abuse Registry, Woodstock and the dispute between Broadway Utica and the Stanley Theatre.

The Broadway-Stanley dispute was revealed last week when Broadway Executive Director Derek Clark reported a dangerous rift between the two organizations that he claims threatens the success of both groups.  Clark said the two boards don't even communicate. Officials from the Stanley Theatre told WIBX that they refuse to get involved in a public debate.

Picente told WIBX that the two organizations need to work together as they both need each other to be successful. He said he's offered to work with them to broker a deal to move forward.

Listen to the complete interview here.