Schad Votes Against His Own Party To Keep His Job On Erie County Water Authority Board of Commissioners

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One of the “part- time, all-powerful board, whose members get paid $22,500 to do the bidding of their political bosses”… is Amherst Democratic Committee Chairman Jerry Schad.

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He did not vote against the Burns appointment but rather – he seconded the nomination and voted FOR it! (like he did the County Executive’s brother, the chef, and the former Cheektowaga councilman, who was ousted from office after pleading guilty to a crime.)

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Is it any wonder the ADC is being run by downtown political bosses Zellner and Poloncarz, who he needs to keep his patronage plum?  This is an embarrassment for Amherst and no way to lead a party.

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Capitol Scandals Raise Tough Questions For New York Governor

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They were Albany’s most powerful men: the governor, the Senate leader and the Assembly speaker. Together, they negotiated billion-dollar budgets and decided which bills passed and which ones didn’t.

Now two face federal corruption charges, and the third – Gov. Andrew Cuomo – appears eager to focus on other issues even as he faces questions about his ties to a major real estate firm at the center of the newest scandal to rock the state
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Poloncarz Putting Together A Deal To Sink Bucki and Spoth

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Even though the Amherst Democrats endorse two ladies for the two open seats on the Amherst Town Board, don’t expect them to win.

The Democratic candidate who wasn’t endorsed by Chairman Jerry Schad was Hadar Borden but Mr. Wonderful, Mark Poloncarz, is going to support her to win.

Schad – counting committee votes for next year for himself – 3 Bucki’s + Spoth versus Borden, who is not even on the committee, it was an easy choice as to who he would endorse – secretly.  To please Poloncarz he will be helping Borden.  I think the Bucki’s and Spoth’s  should know this for us a chance to exploit this rare opportunity.

If you go to the Temple Beth Zion Facebook page, they list their members – at the top is Rich Tobe.  Hadar Borden is further down the list there were two deals done by the Dems and Conservatives at the Town Level and County level involving Schad, Kindel, Zellner, Lorigo.

The local Town committee hadn’t interviewed or recommended a County Leg candidate in quite awhile, however you’ll notice that they did just that last week. Schad & Kindel agree that Schad will endorse Kaminski for Hwy, if Kindel agrees to do all Dems for the TB, and so it was done.
Lorigo agreed to not give any Wilson Pecula’s to any Republicans from Amherst and will say it’s a town decision, however he would allow Kindel to vote to recommend Loughran. It should also be noted that Lorigo told Marlette to not attend any Town meeting where they were voting to recommend or endorse at the Town Level. It should also be noted that Marlette was never invited to the local committee meeting.
Zellner and Lorigo met to cut a deal. The deal was Zellner would not put a candidate against Ralph’s son Joe Lorigo if Ralph gave Loughran the Conservative endorsement. This was agreed to and Ralph began calling the County Conservative Executive Committee asking them to vote for Loughran. He did with some resistance, but became insistent that Loughran is a true conservative, even though he has always been a Working Family candidate. Loughran has done nothing in the legislature, except vote on stuff other legislators have brought forward.
So basically Kindel, Schad, Loughran & Lorigo have all conspired together to sell out the residents of the town and the county.
by Jim Tricoli,Editor of the Amhersttimes

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Whole Foods Market Developer Buys Northtown Plaza

 

Plans for Western New York’s first Whole Foods Market took a major step forward late Friday.

WS Development announced that it had acquired the 375,000-square-foot plaza, at Sheridan Drive and Niagara Falls Boulevard. It did not disclose how much it paid for the 19-acre property – its first holding and project in New York state – and the deed had not yet been filed with the Erie County Clerk’s office.

The company unveiled plans last year to replace the long-vacant 100,000-square-foot Bon-Ton Department Store building at the site with a new 50,000-square-foot supermarket for the Austin, Texas-based upscale grocer, and obtained municipal approvals. Officials said Friday they intend to begin demolition of the Bon-Ton immediately.

But the developer’s plans go much further. The Buffalo News last year reported that WS Development’s preliminary proposals, mapped out in diagrams that were shopped to prominent national retail chains, showed a complete overhaul of the plaza, with new upscale stores, many of them likely coming from other nearby malls or retail centers. That prompted significant worry among the existing tenants, many of whom lack long-term leases.
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Farmers Market Set to Open on May 16

The Williamsville Farmers Market will open Saturday, May 16, with Island Park as its location for the 2015 season.

The market was moved from its traditional location on East Spring Street because of planned construction on the street set to begin in the summer. The park is located behind the Amherst Municipal Building, 5583 Main St., Williamsville.

Ellie Grenauer, organizer of the Farmers Market, said the plan is for the market to return to East Spring Street near the Williamsville Water Mill for the 2016 season.

She said the Farmers Market will be open from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. each Saturday through October, with its final date of 2015 on Halloween.

Grenauer said that while several Saturdays during the 2015 season the market will be in the parking lot between the Williamsville Library and the Amherst Municipal building, the majority of the market’s dates will be at Island Park.

“There are some Saturdays, like during the week of Old Home Days, that the market will be in that lot, but for the most part we will be found at the park,” Grenauer said. “People should just walk toward the park — they will be guaranteed to find us no matter our exact placement.”

Grenauer added that the market will be located near the left side of the park, similar to where the tents for the Taste of Williamsville are set up each year.

“If people walk over the foot bridge onto Island Park, they will see us there at the left,” she said.

Grenauer added that this year the market has added an organic liquor distillery as well as a pie vendor for consumers to visit.

In addition, the market will offer children’s activities, and local musicians are scheduled to perform each week.

She also said consumers can park their vehicles in the large municipal lot behind Village Hall, 5565 Main St., Williamsville.

For more information about the Farmers Market, visit its website at www.williamsvillefarmersmarket.com.

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Police investigating village burglaries, larcenies

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Amherst police are currently investigating three residential burglaries and approximately six vehicle larcenies that occurred in the Village of Williamsville within the past two days.

According to Field Intelligence Officer Craig Johnson, the burglaries and larcenies were reported on the east side of the village. Johnson said that the doors of the residences and the vehicles were unlocked at the time of the incidents.

He added that the vehicle larcenies occurred during the overnight hours on Thursday and Friday.

Johnson said police are reminding all residents in the village and Town of Amherstto make sure their vehicles are locked when not in use and that  the doors of their homes are locked when the house is unattended.

Anyone with information regarding the incidents is asked to call 689-1311.

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Dairy Queen To Remove Soda From Menu

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Dairy Queen is owned by Coca- Cola Co.’s largest shareholder, Warren Buffet.

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Drones Will Sooner or Later Hit Our White House

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CNN reporting that the White House area in DC is shut down after some clown with another drone tried to fly it at or near the White House.

One of these days or nights they will will hit our White House.

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Boston Marathon Bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev Sentenced to Death

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A jury sentenced Dzhokhar Tsarnaev to death Friday for the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing, sweeping aside pleas that he was just a “kid” who fell under the influence of his fanatical older brother.

After 10 weeks of heart-wrenching and often gruesome testimony from more than 150 witnesses, including survivors with missing limbs and an anguished father who spoke of watching his young son die on the sidewalk in front of him, a jury sentenced Dzhokhar Tsarnaev to the death penalty for his role in the deadly 2013 Boston Marathon bombing.

Tsarnaev offered no visible reaction.

The decision came a little over two years after a pair of pressure-cooker bombs ripped through a crowd of unsuspecting spectators near the marathon’s finish line in April 2013, killing three and injuring nearly 300. Among the injured: 17 amputees, many of whom took the stand against Tsarnaev with bomb shrapnel still embedded in their bodies.
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Bush Says Iraq Question Unimportant Since He Clearly Will Never Be President

TEMPE, ARIZONA (The Borowitz Report) — After several days of controversy over whether he would have authorized an invasion of Iraq, former Florida Governor Jeb Bush said on Thursday that the question was unimportant since it is now painfully clear that he will never be President.

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