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Silver Creek Board to meet with sheriff

April 24, 2013

SILVER CREEK — The Silver Creek Village Board will explore its police coverage options at a special meeting next week with representatives from the Chautauqua County Sheriff’s Office....

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STUPADASO

Apr-24-13 9:37 AM

I AM SURE IT WILL BE ALOT CHEAPER TO HAVE THE SAME OR EVEN BETTER COVERAGE FROM THE SHERIFF, BESIDES ISN'T ONE OF OUR EX OFFICERS A SHERIFF NOW???

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mattdillon

Apr-24-13 9:47 AM

There's more than one ex-village police officer who is now a deputy.

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STUPADASO

Apr-24-13 10:10 AM

GREAT, THEN WE ARE ALL SET, WE HAVE COVERAGE ALREADY!

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bronski

Apr-24-13 5:37 PM

OMG the village finally has a Mayor that has a pair!! He is looking out for the interests of the people not his friends, relatives and cohorts. Thank you Mr. Piccolo!!!!

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DonaldTrump

Apr-24-13 7:43 PM

GOOD JOB MAYOR, FIRST STEP IN CONSOLIDATION. EVERYONE IS GOING TO FIND OUT AFTER THE SHERIFF SPEAKS THE VILLAGE IS GOING TO SAVE HUNDREDS OF THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS, WHICH WILL LOWER THE TAX LEVY OF A DYING MUNICIPALITY. IF APPROVED, THE BOARD MUST ONLY DEAL WITH ONE CONTRACT, THE COUNTY. BOARD WILL NO LONGER HAVE TO NEGOTIATE WITH THE POLICE FOR WAGES BENEFITS, PAY HEALTH CARE INSURANCE, THE GOLD MEDICAL CARDS, RETIREMENT THESE WILL NOW BE THE SHERIFFS RESPONSIBILITY. THIS CAN BE BIG SAVINGS FOR THE HIGHEST TAXED VILLAGE WHICH IS LOSING BUSINESSES MONTHLY. MR PICCOLO, THIS IS THE FIRST STEP, YOU NEED TO LOOK HARD AT THE OTHER DEPARTMENTS YOU HAVE ALSO. THERE MUST BE BIG CHANGES MADE THERE TOO. LOWER THE TAXES SIGNIFICANTLY TO ATTRACT BUSINESS AND MAKE THE FOR SALE SIGNS DISAPPEAR.

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STUPADASO

Apr-25-13 3:25 PM

NOW MAYBE THE NEW MAYOR CAN SAVE PETRIS

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Captain

Apr-26-13 11:34 AM

Save Petri's?...that's just wishful thinking. SC residents (and the few small businesses) are struggling to support its PD and all other public services. This is why SC has one of the highest tax rates in NYS. It can't attract a major employer (for obvious reasons). I'm afraid there's not much hope for property tax relief in SC's future. Nick's a good man and will do what he can, but most of the problems are waaay beyond his control.

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