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‘Unfortunate,’ but necessary

August 25, 2013 Tough decisions, most often, are not popular ones. It is why few area politicians and elected officials make them. more »»

City may have tax dilemma

July 28, 2013 One of the largest community gatherings happened at Fredonia State University earlier this month when residents rallied by the thousands to show support for the $500 million repowering of the NRG... more »»

Applauding tough choices

June 30, 2013 When it comes to making progress on reversing the population drain from Chautauqua County, you have to start somewhere. more »»

Landscape changes in instant

May 26, 2013 On April 26, current Chautauqua County Executive Greg Edwards made an announcement that shocked just as many in the Republican party as it did the Democrats: he would not be seeking a third term. more »»

Worker gripes ignore demand

April 28, 2013 Ask any employee who works at a private-sector business about staffing levels and their response is almost always going to be, “We are understaffed. more »»

Youth can serve as lesson

March 31, 2013 There have been many reasons for hope regarding the village of Fredonia and city of Dunkirk working together in recent years. First, there was a plan for the village to purchase water from the city. more »»

Can spending spree stop?

February 24, 2013 Though far from perfect, the recent contract agreed to by the Dunkirk Police Benevolent Association and the city could be viewed as a template for future negotiations for all area municipalities and... more »»

Eliminate village Police Department

January 27, 2013 With the closing of the Petri Baking plant just a little more than two months away, Silver Creek residents and trustees are facing some tough times and decisions in regard to its future. more »»

Leadership on the outside

November 25, 2012 When the shrinking Forestville Central Schools appointed Patrick Moses as its new secondary school principal, it followed an unfortunate and unwelcome trend. more »»

Poor choices lead to exodus

September 30, 2012 It is no secret that upstate has been in decline for more than three decades. more »»

On top of the world

August 26, 2012 Though this region has celebrated the national athletic feats of Michael Heary who played college basketball at Navy and the legendary home run by Dave Criscione while he was with the Baltimore... more »»

City’s list of bad news grows

July 29, 2012 Whatever momentum the city of Dunkirk had in regard to development seems to have come to a grinding halt. News of Krog Corp. more »»

Station discussion a distraction

June 24, 2012 It appears one of the major issues in the Democratic primary for the District 23 race comes down to a railroad station. more »»

Low rates are ‘great concern’

April 29, 2012 It appears as though the elephant in the room has been located. For years, hard working and taxpaying residents have questioned just exactly how much the burden is regarding welfare costs. more »»

A charge to assist NRG

March 25, 2012 Fredonia Mayor Stephen Keefe may have said it best regarding the mothball notice from NRG for its Dunkirk facility: “It’s terrible. It would be devastating to the county.” Absolutel. more »»

7 requirements to be met

February 26, 2012 Members of the Chautauqua County CSEA were once again in Mayville last week, at right, before a Legislature meeting to voice their displeasure with marketing plans to sell the County Home. more »»

Tax cap brings accountability

October 30, 2011 How dire is the need for a real property tax cap? Ver. more »»

‘Not closing,’ but changing

September 25, 2011 We must change the way we do business. It is a statement we have heard many times in New York state — and locally. more »»

Medicaid not only major expense rising

August 28, 2011 New York state has approved a 2 percent property tax cap. All of our state representatives from the area — state Sen. more »»

Resignations pad pockets

July 31, 2011 Two resignations accepted by local school districts this month have put the spotlight on the misuse of public funds. more »»

 
 

 

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