Tonawanda News

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October 10, 2013

Airbase advocates seek NT support

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Tonawanda News — “They brought it up before in tighter times and we didn’t go with it but I think it’s a very noble cause,” he said. “It certainly contributes to North Tonawanda and we’d hate to see 180 people lose their livelihood. I wish we weren’t having a conversation about closures again. We already successfully fought that off. From my mind it will come down to dollars and cents as to whether its the right move for our city’s budget.” 

Contact reporter Michael Regan at 693-1000, ext. 4115. 

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