Tonawanda News

The City

October 22, 2012

Iraci resigns as mayor's assistant and is headed to direct a nonprofit


Tonawanda News — He said he has received about 20 resumes for the position but has not made any calls for interviews as of yet. 

In addition to what he brought to the city, he also saved the area money — working for $42,000 without benefits due to pension regulations — about $25,000 less than what is normally budgeted for the position. 

“Now, if you go out to the market, you aren’t going to get someone with his experience for that amount,” Pilozzi said. “And he has really done so much.” 

Iraci, too, is sad to leave.

“I have mixed feelings,” he said. “I have made a lot of friends, and the city is lucky to have so many talented people.”

Contact reporter Jessica Bagley at 693-1000, ext. 4150.

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