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July 3, 2014

Sound Off published July 3

Tonawanda News — Concerning the accident with the North Tonawanda DPW truck that just rolled over. Just wondering, is it standard procedure to use Mercy Flight when it’s non-life threatening, and even the department head said that the hospital visits are being viewed as a precautionary measure.


When attending the Shawnee Fire Company parade Saturday, June 28, 2014, it was a pleasure to see the North Tonawanda Police Color Guard the most polished and organized among several. It is a great time to show great respect for our country!


The three people that stand in the way from moving the city forward are Zeisz, Hall and Gilbert. Could of fooled me. I thought Zeisz was a Democrat. I will remember these three as being obstructionists come next November. Hope Pilozzi finds better candidates for their wards. Your scapegoats can’t return phone calls or emails.


I recently went to a store to purchase sunblock, and was amazed at how expensive it is. They say everyone should be using it, especially children to prevent skin cancer, but it costs more than $6 for a small bottle. I think it should be much cheaper so poor families can afford it as well.


First of all, if a neighbor wanted to put their trash in my can, they should ask instead of sneaking around my property at night. If it should become a habit, I might not have enough room in my can on the weeks that I have more trash. So why don’t they just call the city and ask for an additional tote? Because they don’t want to be charged for it, that’s why.

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