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Sound Off

January 10, 2014

Sound Off published Jan. 10

Tonawanda News — Thank you to Matthew Szmak for more than five years of service as our Tonawanda News carrier.  We will miss you.  

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Well I see the new mayor elect is going to agree with Mr. Pilozzi about putting the cameras at certain signals. I guess he isn’t going to be any better than Pilozzi was. He’s a fraud just like the rest of the politicians.

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These mayors that want to put cameras up at these signal lights because of serious accidents. What serious accidents? How often do we have serious accidents in the City of Tonawanda? Come on. Just another way of money grabbing. 

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Kudos to the Clinton Park decorations. Just beautiful, thank you.

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I see how the government is going to correct benefits for vets. Why doesn’t the government ever think about taking a cut in itself. Like all your politicians out there with all their big perks they get. Massive health care benefits, large pensions. Maybe they should do some cutting there. Show the country that they’re willing to help and try to save the country.

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There were no lights this year at North Tonawanda’s beautiful botanical gardens. No Christmas decorations, no Nativity scene. Can’t we afford this? It can’t be too expensive.

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If the proposed traffic cameras for the City of Tonawanda are for safety and not a money grab as the common council says it is, then they can prove it and they can put signs up warning motorists about the traffic cameras.

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