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If Governor Cuomo intended to keep his running mate Kathy Hochul behind locked doors, why did choose this dynamic person to run with him?

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Kathy Hochul is charming, intelligent and kind but above these talents she listens to people and really tries to help.  She has the ability to work with people who maybe adversarial, people who share difference ideas. She has the chasima of JFK.

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I guess I answered my own question.  She is more talented then I mentioned above.

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History says the top of the ticket should get all the attention. Cuomo may win this race do to the large sum of money he has compared to his challenger but Cuomo doesn’t have much charm or smoothness.  He should utilize Mrs. Hochul.  He needs to remember that in his last race for Governor he lost Amherst.

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When Kathy Hochul ran for Congress the voters of Amherst voted heavily for her.

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Governor Cuomo needs more life in his campaign.  He needs more than just T.V. commercials.  Cuomo needs color, brightness and photos of the Governor and Lieutenant Governor taking part in recreation type activities. Voters need to see Cuomo and Hochul having fun with their families and co-workers.

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They should show up at Old Home Days type of activities.  Amherst Old Home Days start today and ends Saturday.

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Governor, she won’t stab you in the back but just the opposite.  You will shine more when she is around.  You need to be with positive people like Kathy.Barry M. Hollis

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Police Trying to Determine if Suspect in Molestation Has History of Similar Incidents

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Falls man allegedly groped girl on Fantasy Island ride

Would you allow your young daughter and her friend to ride on an amusement park ride with a stranger?  An adult male?  If you weren’t going to accompany them on the ride wouldn’t you be right there, close to them as the got on?  If a male stranger got into the same car wouldn’t a red flag pop up in your mind?  Wouldn’t you step up and stop that?

Two young girls went on the Crazy Mouse roller coaster at Fantasy Island and when they got into a car an adult stranger, a male, got into the car with them.

Police allege, he told them his name was “Michael Nofear” and offered them a purple teddy bear. The children turned down the stranger’s offer.

Then, as the little car reached its highest point at Martin’s Fantasy Island amusement park on Grand Island, something horrible happened, according to the Erie County Sheriff’s Office. Hollis allegedly pushed his hand up the skirt of an 8-year-old girl sitting next to him and repeatedly molested her.
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Where in the State is Kathy Hochul?

Gov. Andrew Cuomo and running mate Kathy Hochul take the stage together during an event at the United Auto Workers hall in Amherst, Friday, May 23, 2014. (Derek Gee/Buffalo News)

Gov. Andrew Cuomo and running mate Kathy Hochul take the stage together during an event at the United Auto Workers hall in Amherst, Friday, May 23, 2014.

When it comes to promoting his running mate, Republican gubernatorial candidate Rob Astorino makes sure media outlets around the state regularly know the whereabouts of Chris Moss.

But Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo has taken a different approach with Kathy Hochul, the former U.S. congresswoman from Erie County tapped in May by Cuomo his lieutenant governor candidate.

Largely, silence. Or at least public silence.

Hochul, not a known commodity beyond Western New York, has spent the past six weeks not trying to get her name out in local media outlets across the state. Neither has she given policy addresses to widespread groups of voters.

Rather, she has been meeting in small to mid-size groups in mostly private settings and much of it in downstate areas almost exclusively out of the media’s eye.

To claims he has been hiding her from public view, Cuomo on Monday dismissed such speculation as “absurd.” Hochul, through the Democratic Party, did not respond to a request for comment.
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Rick Perry Proposes Building ‘Statue of Imprisonment’ at U.S.-Mexico Border

Posted by Andy Borowitz

Rick Perry Proposes Building ‘Statue of Imprisonment’ at U.S.-Mexico BorderHOUSTON – Arguing that “it’s time to think outside the box,” Texas Governor Rick Perry today suggested constructing a gigantic “Statue of Imprisonment” to discourage immigrants from crossing the U.S.-Mexico border. “Just as the Statue of Liberty welcomed immigrants to our shores in days gone by, I think we need a Statue of Imprisonment or some such to tell these people to turn around and go home,” Gov. Perry told CNN. The Texas Governor said that the statue should be approximately one hundred feet tall and have a “mean, scary-like face that basically says, ‘Don’t mess with me, hombre.’” Calling the Statue of Imprisonment “a game-changer,” he said, “It would essentially do the job of a scarecrow, only with people and not crows, obviously.” Perry said he had not yet decided whether the statue should be electrified but added, “We shouldn’t take anything off the table.”

HOUSTON – Arguing that “it’s time to think outside the box,” Texas Governor Rick Perry today suggested constructing a gigantic “Statue of Imprisonment” to discourage immigrants from crossing the U.S.-Mexico border. “Just as the Statue of Liberty welcomed immigrants to our shores in days gone by, I think we need a Statue of Imprisonment or some such to tell these people to turn around and go home,” Gov. Perry told CNN. The Texas Governor said that the statue should be approximately one hundred feet tall and have a “mean, scary-like face that basically says, ‘Don’t mess with me, hombre.’” Calling the Statue of Imprisonment “a game-changer,” he said, “It would essentially do the job of a scarecrow, only with people and not crows, obviously.” Perry said he had not yet decided whether the statue should be electrified but added, “We shouldn’t take anything off the table.”

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Salvatore Makes $500K Donation to ECMC Lifeline Foundation

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Erie County Medical Center will name its orthopaedic unit for Buffalo restaurateur Russell Salvatore in recognition of a $500,000 gift.

The gift to the ECMC Lifeline Foundation is the largest single private donation from an individual in the foundation’s 20-year history, and brings to $750,000 the total Salvatore has contributed in recent years. In 2012, he donated $250,000 to upgrade televisions in patient rooms.

The Russell J. Salvatore Orthopaedic Unit, slated to open in the spring of 2015, will include 22 private patient suites in two zones, a new physical medicine and rehabilitation facility with specialized equipment, nurses stations, a medication room, an enhanced nutrition service station, physician work areas, a patient family lounge and a new patient education space.
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Amherst Police Identify Woman Killed on Sheridan Drive

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Amherst Police have identified the pedestrian who was killed on Sheridan Drive Saturday evening as a 67-year-old Clarence woman.

Vanessa G. Rugg was struck by a Ford Explorer when she attempted to cross Sheridan Drive near Country Parkway at about 8:40 p.m.

Amherst police said she was not carrying identification. Officers found her car Sunday morning parked in a driveway on a side street near the scene of the accident.

Capt. Patrick M. McKenna of the department’s Accident Investigation Unit said it is not clear why Rugg was in the roadway.
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Amherst Man Drowns in Lake North of Lake Ontario

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A Western New York man drowned Sunday while boating in an Ontario lake, Canadian news media are reporting.

Thomas Gangloff, 53, of Amherst was on a fishing boat in about 10 feet of water on Rice Lake when he went into the water, fully clothed and without a life jacket, according to Ontario Provincial Police. Witnesses heard his cries for help and tried to rescue the man, but were unable to reach him before he went under, the Peterborough Examiner reported.

The emergency was called in to police at about 9:30 a.m. Sunday. Divers from the police Underwater Search and Rescue Unit recovered the body at about 4:15 p.m.
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Will the Town Board Meeting be Another “Smoke and Mirrors” Show

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Monday July 7th, there will be a 3:00 work session in Town Hall.  This is when the Town Board makes decisions concerning most of the items on the Monday night agenda.  At 7:00 p.m. the Town Board hosts their public Board meeting.  The public is invited to hear the decisions that were reached during the earlier meeting.

At this weeks meeting the Board will start the process of rezoning 102 properties, which total  3,400 acres, to “RC” which stands for”recreation conservation.”  There seems to be a few loop holes in the town rezoning plan.

Gary Black, Assistant Planning Director for the town said that the property which will be rezoned “RC” doesn’t change the use of the land so the owners of certain properties can build on his land without any pressure from our Town Board.  No surprise there.  Our Board has approved building requests from major developers 98% of the time in the last 8 years.  This is why the Town Board, in their dialogue about rezoning public and private properties, is a joke.  The only way the Board can show this “RC” rezoning of the 102 properties is valid is if they vote “NO” to the Mensch Capital Partners portion.  That just so happens to be the Westwood Country Club property.  Black said this RC rezoning will provide more protection to our open spaces and recreation.

The Board may say “no” to a developer who wants to build on a small piece of land, but they will not say “no” to the Westwood County club.

Town will rezone the Club “RC” because there hasn’t been anything submitted to the Planning Department as to what the Club intends to build.

The Town Board may say NO to some people or smaller developers but when it comes to the BIG BOYS they won’t be denied.

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Chicken Dinner Available on Tues. at Old Home Days

So many Williamsville residents look forward to Old Home Days week when they have a chance to see old friends and enjoy the rides, games, food and of course the beer tent.

The festivities begin on Tuesday.

Tuesday Old Home Days

The proceeds from the chicken dinner on Tuesday will be used to support Haven House.  Dinners are available from 4 – 8 p.m. or until sold out.

It’s a great deal.  1/2 BBQ chicken, coleslaw, potato salad, roll and butter for $9.  A children’s dinner is $6 and consists of 1/4 BBQ chicken, coleslaw, potato salad, roll and butter.  If you would like a drink there is a variety to choose from including water.  The charge is merely $1.

Seating for the dinner is available in the large gazebo.  Come for dinner – rain or shine!
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Rabid Dog Briefly Mistaken for Tea Party Candidate

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Rabid Dog Briefly Mistaken for Tea Party Candidate    JEFFERSON CITY, MO — A rabid Doberman pinscher jumped on stage at a Tea Party rally in Missouri on the Fourth of July and barked at the crowd for nearly twenty minutes before people realized he was not a candidate. The Doberman's canine identity finally became clear when he lunged at a man in the front row and wrested a hamburger from his right hand, taking two of the man's fingers with it. Gwendolene Thomason, 42, a Tea Party supporter from Jefferson City, held out hope that, dog or no, the Doberman might consider running for office at some point. "I liked the way he bit off that guy's hand, and the way he did his business in the middle of the stage," she said. "We need more of that in Washington." More here: http://nyr.kr/KyHHhS

JEFFERSON CITY, MO — A rabid Doberman pinscher jumped on stage at a Tea Party rally in Missouri on the Fourth of July and barked at the crowd for nearly twenty minutes before people realized he was not a candidate. The Doberman’s canine identity finally became clear when he lunged at a man in the front row and wrested a hamburger from his right hand, taking two of the man’s fingers with it. Gwendolene Thomason, 42, a Tea Party supporter from Jefferson City, held out hope that, dog or no, the Doberman might consider running for office at some point. “I liked the way he bit off that guy’s hand, and the way he did his business in the middle of the stage,” she said. “We need more of that in Washington.”

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