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Mayor Dolce to attend NY State of the State address

January 9, 2013

When Gov. Andrew Cuomo gives his State of the State address today there will be plenty of elected officials in attendance hoping to hear some good news about and for their local areas....

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hadenough

Jan-09-13 9:26 AM

He could of stayed home and watched it on tv. But no, he's going to Albany to listen and do some networking. Now who is going to network with Dunlirk? Waste of time.

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Greg1965

Jan-09-13 9:53 AM

he might learn something there, heres to hoping.

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foreveratownie

Jan-09-13 9:55 AM

And if he had stayed home instead of going up there to once again personally plead the case for NRG then there would be a large backlash on that as well. Oh well, you can't please everyone.

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jamesamuscato

Jan-09-13 11:52 AM

I'm supprised that the powers of the Dunkirk City Democratic Committee let him assocate with Mr. Godell to start with since he is a Republican.

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commentor

Jan-09-13 12:04 PM

He doesn't do anything anyway so what's the difference. What's one more waste of money. He can network and tell them about the welfare city he lives in.

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NotPhil

Jan-09-13 12:59 PM

Give the man a chance. Going to Albany is a good idea. Networking in person is much better than the phone/email. Maybe something good will come out of it.

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