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Councilman seeks city playground improvements

May 8, 2013

The city has upgraded two playgrounds in the past few years and now a city official wants to see another playground receive some attention....

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rumblefish

May-08-13 8:41 PM

just what the doctor ordered,new play ground equipment, so the mayor and council can go swing them- selves ,isn't that special, just think Nero fiddled as Rome burned, the council can swing themselves as Dunkirk goes father under, now all that's left to do is vote all these hard working public officials a raise in their allowance and ice cream at each meeting for being such good boys and girls

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commentor

May-08-13 1:51 PM

Dunkirk leaders are in la la land. Bankruptcy here we come.

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DarkStar

May-08-13 9:44 AM

hadenough,

Sadly I think everything will be politics as usual in Dunkirk until the city burns to the ground financially.

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hadenough

May-08-13 9:07 AM

Well here we go again. The city is going to spend $200,000 for a study on the sea wall money I am sure was not budgeted for. Now Mr. Mihalski wants to spend another $35,000 for the first ward playground. Now I ask you is the sea wall a clear and present danger? No it is not. Is the playground an immediate necessity? No it is not. How many kids actually play there? Even though the money can be taken from the Bill cease fund this is absurd. Heck, it took from 2004 until the present day and the bike path is still not finished. The city has its head in the sand. Someone makes a suggestion and its balls to the wall to get it done. There is no thought process just a reaction. Wake up people before the city goes under. which at this point doesn't sound like a bad idea.

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DarkStar

May-08-13 7:37 AM

Boy, it's a good thing the city is so flush with money that they have no problem spending a couple hundred thousand on playground equipment in a few years.

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