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April 12, 2014

Sound Off published April 12

Tonawanda News — This is for Eric. If he wants to write an article about how the colleges and football teams are unionizing. They don’t seem to mention about all the gambling money that’s being made by betting on college games. Why not mention the money being made by gambling. What’s up with that?


I’m so disturbed by Mr. Saltarelli’s comments that I don’t know where to start. When the ship is sinking and someone offers you a line to safety and you say they just want it for their own purposes. Then that proves to me that you are coming from an ignorant mindset. The principal at St. Amelia’s school made a fantastic offer. St. Amelia’s doesn’t need anymore students but they are offering some help knowing that the future holds probable closing. His comments shows me that he likes to separate and cause division.


I’m really sick and tired of watching commercials of little children that are starving to death and are hungry in foreign countries. Why don’t they start showing the children, and adults even, in our country that are hungry and starving to death and don’t have enough to eat.


I received a mailer today from the esteemed Sen. George Maziarz announcing a Special Waste Drop-Off Day at the NT Public Works garage. I see he put all his Republican buddies on the postcard, Mayor Ortt and all. Why didn’t he put the former Mayor Soos on the postcard when he was in office? I know why. Soos was a Democrat! I bet George doesn’t put Mayor Dyster on the postcard in Niagara Falls for the same reason.

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