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Young announces $100,000 for SUNY Fredonia Technology Incubator

April 23, 2013

Special to the OBSERVER New York State Senator Catharine M....

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commentor

Apr-23-13 3:21 PM

Money for everything but schools. Let's just rip the property owners for that.

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DarkStar

Apr-23-13 4:06 PM

More money down the toilet.

One would think that with something as "successful" as they claim this one is they would be constatly listing at least some of these successes, but as it is it appears the only realy thing it has succeded in doing is leeching millions of tax dollars from those working in the state.

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DUHnkirk

Apr-23-13 4:12 PM

I hope Catharine Young defines "successful" for us...

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Christopher

Apr-23-13 5:50 PM

More Pork barrel to go with the $450,000 the county health department received, $450,000 for Gowanda to teach people to cross the street, and now $100,000 thrown into the black hole of the incubator, that's 1 million frigging dollars in PURE PORK while schools are cutting programs and laying off teachers!!!! Disgusting! Not good news, it's a disgusting display of corruption, vote buying and in my opinion pure arrogance!

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rightwinglib

Apr-23-13 5:56 PM

YOUNG IS A SELF-SERVING LIB WHO COULD CARE LESS ABOUT THE COMMONER. I SEE MY TAXES ARE GOING DOWN AND SHE HAS TO GO.

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Christopher

Apr-23-13 6:37 PM

Young is a Republican, not a Liberal.

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Preston

Apr-23-13 9:50 PM

Continue to drink the kool-aid.

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DarkStar

Apr-24-13 7:27 AM

Christopher,

A agree for the most part, although don't forget however much money the bike path has leeched over the last 6 years.

Actually I see school funding as much the same issue as this because Dunkirk, and many other local schools cost an obscene amount, especially when you consider how few students are actually in those districts.

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