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Sinclairville: Going to well for big digs

August 20, 2013

For all those who want to subsidize their local governments because of the “local control,” it never fails how they will look to Washington or Albany to help pick up the big price tag items....

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Aug-21-13 1:02 PM


Then please explain why so many people in the area have been on welfare their entire lives?

It couldn't have anything to do with all the loopholes in that law could it? Surely not!

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Aug-21-13 8:39 AM

Gee Chuck, what irritates me is that you have no idea as you spout your mouth, that that welfare is only available for 60 months during a life time...

The only 800 lb gorilla in the room is ignorance like yours.

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Aug-20-13 7:44 PM

You know what really irritates me is that some want to nickel-dime everything while overlooking the 800-pound gorilla in the room - welfare and Medicaid. GO AFTER THE BIG MONEY FOR BIG RESULTS. We're close to having this slogan: "The New, New York, start your career called Welfare."

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Aug-20-13 11:05 AM

Sinclairville's water also covers Cassadaga Valley elementary and high school...seriously, you guys need to get out Demetri's once in a while

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Aug-20-13 6:32 AM

This assumes that the same grant money would be available to a big district, which it likely would not be. And we need only look in our back yard, at the Erie County Water Authority, for an example of a poorly run large district.

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