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May 10, 2014

Sound Off published May 10

Tonawanda News — I’d like to see the paper write up something about Lois Lerner in the IRS, all this pleading the Fifth. Who’s paying for all this court stuff? Are the taxpayers footing the bill? If we are, I feel that when she loses the case she should have to foot the bill not the taxpayers. I’m getting tired of paying for all these politicians, for their sex crimes and all this stuff they’re doing wrong and we end up footing the bill for them and they end up getting out with a pension, or end up getting out on paid leave. This is ridiculous, they should lose their pensions, they should be fined ridiculously, they should spend time in jail. Something has to be written up to let us know what’s going on, the news doesn’t tell us everything.

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Some candidates for the Ken-Ton School Board are saturating the village and town with expensive campaign signs. They should reveal if the Teacher’s Union is paying for these signs. Candidates beholden to the Teacher’s Union will probably not serve the students and taxpayers.

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Will the woman with the bullhorn at Spruce School please stop annoying the neighborhood? We’d all appreciate it.

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Once and for all, for all you people who keep saying what’s going on with the Meadow Drive extension. Don’t you understand, the hold up is the railroad and still is the railroad finalizing and coordinating with them. It’s the railroad. And the railroad is like anything else to do with a federal government function. We are at the true mercy of the railroad.

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I’m so tired of reading about the failed lethal injection for a murderer. Where is the outcry for his victim?

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