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Payment set on water tower dispute

January 14, 2013

An ongoing dispute over payment for the exterior painting of the Benton Street water storage tank has apparently been settled. When Common Council meets Tuesday at 5:30 p.m....

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jamesamuscato

Jan-14-13 3:00 PM

Nothing against Rural Ministries, but why the investment in a tax exempt agency. How does this help the tax paying businesses of Dunkirk.

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rumblefish

Jan-14-13 3:29 PM

that's a interesting question JM,but I doubt that a straight answer will come from city hall if that question is asked,pat answer to all questions will be enforced,that being"we will look into it and get back to you"and of course that does not happen,weeks from now this issue will be buried as with all others

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hadenough

Jan-14-13 8:08 PM

Rural ministries I thought was a not for profit organization. Now one can use state funds to build up a not for profit but be prepared to suffer the consequences when this is reported to the state attorney general. This is what happened during the last administration. guess our politiciand think they are untouchable. We shall see.

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