Tonawanda News


May 15, 2013

NT budget, school board candidates debated


Tonawanda News — “I understand the needs of being financially accountable,” he said. “I promise to be that voice not only as a parent, but as a taxpayer.” 

Williams, a medical office manager, said that raising a deaf child will make bolstering special education programs a priority for her, while time spent “managing millions of dollars” in her professional life would help her make sound decisions for the district. 

“I want to make North Tonawanda a better district than it already is today,” she said. 

Polls are open for both the budget referendum and school board races from noon to 9 p.m. Tuesday at the Alumni Student Activity Center on the high school’s Meadow Drive campus.

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

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