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Leaders step up for Lake Shore

February 16, 2014

As many of you may know, Chautauqua County nearly lost an important local employer this past month. Chautauqua County’s Lake Shore Hospital was slated to close due to financial hardship on Jan.....

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Lee1972

Feb-19-14 5:15 PM

It is sad to see all the partisan hate. Love them or hate them, Tom Reed, Cathy Young and Andy Goodell kept Lakeshore Hospital open. That is a reason for celebration no matter what your political persuasion is.

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mlaneny

Feb-18-14 10:03 AM

Every comment on here is ridiculous- this is an elected official thanking those at each level for their involvement. A damaged facility has many avenues to repair, and seeking help from all officials is the only way to get that done. Thank you to all those involved, and thank you to the workers as well.

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rumblefish

Feb-17-14 9:18 AM

politicians creed: "speak loudly and carry a lot of chap stick, and above all brag on good works, shun & deflect all blunders

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friendsoftlc

Feb-16-14 1:05 PM

Truth of the matter as stated, Young got a loan for Lakeshore that has to be paid back. Reid pushed FEMA to pay money that should have been decided on years ago and paid. The people who need to be thanked are the employees of Lakeshore who have been riding this storm out and the residents of our communities who continue to utilize services that Lakeshore provides.

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Niebelj

Feb-16-14 10:12 AM

I think thanking those who have made efforts to help Lake shore Hospital is fine, However, I wish George would take the same interest in the County Home. His constituent work there and live there yet he is willing to turn away from them for a sale which will give the taxpayers no return. I find this unfortunate.

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jo1952

Feb-16-14 8:19 AM

Darn auto correct. That should except that.

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jo1952

Feb-16-14 8:18 AM

Exceptions facts get in the way. As much as Young's efforts are appreciated the $1,000,000 she got was a loan, not a grant. Something she failed to say at the rally. And Reed made one phone call to FEMA the day before the rally. But Schumer has been working with them for months. Give credit where it is due.

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rumblefish

Feb-16-14 8:12 AM

kissing butt has always gained more for a "politician" than shaking a hand but has left many a chapped lip and bad breath

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rumblefish

Feb-16-14 8:07 AM

Politics 101:"at all times kiss the butt above you and below you and a prosperous public service live will be your reward

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Christopher

Feb-16-14 6:37 AM

Is this a letter to thank those who've been at the forefront of this battle from day one, or a partisan kiss to a particular individual? Hmm...let me see...

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