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Oct
25
2011

1 of 5 races attracts both candidates to debate night/ Buffalo News Tom Prohaska

LOCKPORT — Democratic mayoral hopeful Michael J. Pillot didn’t attend a candidates’ night sponsored by the Niagara USA Chamber on Monday. Mayor Michael W. Tucker skipped one organized by a taxpayer group last week. Pillot wasn’t the only absentee Monday. Both candidates showed up in only one of five contested races in Lockport. That was the battle for 13th Distri...
Oct
25
2011

Cuomo, DiNapoli endorse Dyster for re-election / Buffalo News

NIAGARAFALLS— Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo and State Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli on Monday endorsed Mayor Paul A. Dyster for mayor. "Mayor Dyster has worked hard to control the cost of government for the taxpayers of Niagara Falls and to move along the kinds of development projects and clean industry jobs to Niagara Falls critical to Niagara Falls’ future," Cuomo said in a sta...
Oct
22
2011

Officially, Cuomo for Poloncarz/ Albany Times Unioin

As we suggested last week, Gov. Andrew Cuomo endorsed Mark Poloncarz for Erie County executive. The Democrat is trying to unseat Republican incumbent Chris Collins. "Mark has done an outstanding job as Erie County Comptroller." said Cuomo. "He has rooted out waste and fraud and fought hard to protect the taxpayers of Erie County. He will make the tough decisions necessary...
Oct
22
2011

Accusations fly in city campaigns/ By Thomas J. Prohaska Buffalo News

LOCKPORT — Friday’s announcement of the demolition of the water tower at the Flintkote hazardous waste site became the latest battleground in a bruising city election campaign. Demolition preparations are to start this weekend, and the steel tower should be down by the end of the month. Clarence Specialty Contracting is doing the work and paying Niagara County $500 for the scrap...
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