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Hanover asked to contribute to Horrigan transition

November 26, 2013

HANOVER — A familiar face approached the Han-over Town Board to help County Executive-elect Vince Horrigan’s transition team Monday....

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Nov-27-13 6:32 AM

Would Joew say that if a DEMOCRAT had been elected? Doubt that!!! I wasn't aware that Hanover had all that many issues. I'd say he ought to be concentrating in Dunkirk for the North County.

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Nov-26-13 9:28 PM

And just who comprises the transition team? I suspect their favorite word is... Yup. Oh, and Joew.. does this mean you'll no longer be one of the most vocal of the NAYSAYERS?

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Nov-26-13 12:23 PM


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Nov-26-13 12:22 PM

As always ...just complain. If I recall correctly, he is serving out his one and only term as a legislator. I believe he represented the Bemus Point area and he focused heavily on the water issues there, and made quite a bit of headway in his short term as that area's representative. I'm encouraged he's been asking for input, but the truth of it is, we don't know the inner workings of government so, we can give suggestions and ideas but some of them just aren't possible. I'll be interested to see how he works on his initiatives and look at the broad county-wide picture. People who complained about Edwards "doing nothing" haven't looked at the county-wide picture either. I may not have liked his politics or the way he handled certain situations, but I have to give credit where it's due and I think he accomplished quite a few things with the national & state mess he had to contend with. Horrigan seems much more willing to listen and put his ego on the back burner. I'm hop

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Nov-26-13 8:34 AM

Why don't you give him a call and convey your concerns as well as any constructive suggestions? Naysayers are the problem,not the solution. Give the man a chance for goodness sakes!

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Nov-26-13 8:03 AM

Blah, blah, blah and ha,ha,ha. This is just more talk and a joke. Just like he did on the legislature talk everything to death and do nothing. He could start with three biggies....NRG, Lakeshore Hospital and figure out how to stop all the welfare freeloaders from concentrating in chautauqua county. Mainly Dunkirk and Jamestown. They are both high crime areas.

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