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September 26, 2013

Sound Off published Sept. 26

Tonawanda News — This is in regards to the Sound Off to the person who’s worried about the looks of other people’s backyards: Why don’t you mind your own business? If you pay their property taxes then you can talk. Otherwise, mind your own business.

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I can’t believe the Tonawanda mayor would close off Young Street for a restaurant. That’s a slap in the face to taxpayers and I hope it won’t cost me any money. Are all you other taxpayers happy about this? I think it stinks.

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The Clint Small Stadium, the new one, is wonderful but the speakers are too loud. The whole city doesn’t want to hear play-by-play of the game. Please turn it down. 

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I’d like to know why North Tonawanda police don’t report in the paper these home break-ins and their locations. It would be better if they put it in the paper so people are aware.

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I didn’t realize we have another group home in North Tonawanda on Miller and Payne. I witnessed some gruesome activity where one of the youths couldn’t be contained. It took several police officers and two paramedics. What is going on with North Tonawanda? I thought we were supposed to vote on a group home. I’m really disgusted. My kids aren’t safe in that area anymore, I guess.

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I am so excited about the fresh new approach of Alderman Clark on the council. It’s about time we got a breath of fresh air in there. I think he’s going to do wonders for the city. I think he’s got fresh new ideas we sorely need. Also, I loved the article in the paper about him donating the portion of the Twin Towers to the city. It brought tears to my eyes. Thank you, Alderman Clark, you certainly have my vote in November.

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