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November 1, 2013

Sound Off published Nov. 1

Tonawanda News — Hey NT Dems, where are your new ideas?


Reading today’s paper in Sound Off about the water. Yes, I’ve called and complained about the water, the smell and the taste. I’ve complained for many years now. And it seems to just be getting worse. I don’t know if they got somebody down there who doesn’t know how to work that plant and make the water taste great or they just don’t care. But for what we pay for that stuff, I think it should be where we can drink it and not have to buy bottled water all the time. I’m getting tired of buying bottled water. But the water coming from there and the smell is ridiculous. 


I see Mayor Pilozzi wants to spend nearly $1 million to build a gazebo down behind Tops market by those townhouses for those townhouse people. We didn’t even have enough money to build the gazebo in Clinton Park. We had to have fundraisers, bands had to play to get donations to come in because we didn’t have enough money to build the gazebo. But now Mayor Pilozzi has $914,000 to build the gazebo down for the townhouse people. I think it’s time to get rid of Mr. Pilozzi because he’s spending money like it’s growing on trees. Money doesn’t grow on trees.


Does the City of North Tonawanda send letters to all residents where kids play adjacent to their homes advising them that they are a liability to the city or just to the ones on my street because someone has an in at City Hall? Maybe the Tonawanda News should investigate!


Suspicious timing in NT politics. Donovan’s early “retirement” so Clark could be handed to be an incumbent in the election. Now Wojtaszek’s late “retirement” so it is too late for anyone to be able to run against him. Does it ever end?

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