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So once again I’m trying to exit off of the Twin City Highway onto Division Street at the East Robinson exit and have a near crash. I think I am right in saying that I have the right of way for both Division Street lanes due to the two yield signs and arrows marked on the pavement? So why is it that people on Division Street at the time have to lay on their horns and proceed to finger motion me that I’m No.1. Who can clarify this problem as to who has the right of way to avoid a mishap, this situation occurs a lot. Thank you.
All you City of Tonawanda voters, when it comes time for the mayor election, let’s not forget all the policemen who’ve gotten millions of dollars in compensation for the city and they still get. Let’s not forget what’s happened in this city over the last few years who’s been there for all that’s happened. Let’s not forget. Vote for the other guy.
Two of the candidates for the The Ken-Ton School Board have saturated the Town of Tonawanda and Village of Kenmore with expensive, professionally made signs. The board should reveal who paid for them. If it was a Teacher’s Association the voters have a right to know. The new budget calls for additional new buses. There is no reason for the school system to also be running a bus company. Time to start cutting costs.