- EDITORIAL: When a holiday isn't a holiday When is enough enough? When can we just take a day off from all the commercials, all the sales, all the midnight lines wrapping around big boxes and just be thankful for what we have?
- Voters -- it's all in your hands now|EDITORIAL: Voters -- it's all in your hands now It's election season again, a time when newspapers traditionally offer their endorsements for specific candidates.
- EDITORIAL: Local hiring law just makes sense After months of debate and exhaustive review, the Niagara County Industrial Development Agency finally has a policy on the books that will require developers obtaining tax incentive packages to hire predominantly local labor during construction.
- EDITORIAL: Thanks not deserved for Hamister approval It's difficult to laud Councilman Robert Anderson Jr. for doing what we believe he and his colleagues in the Niagara Falls Council majority should have done weeks ago.
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- EDITORIAL: Getting priorities straight at NYPA Just when Western New York's beleaguered electricity rate payers think they've heard it all, state Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli releases an audit that found 35 percent of the New York Power Authority's 1,636 full- and part-time employees earn $100,000 or more per year. Of those, 58 employees earned in excess of $150,000.
- EDITORIAL: Situation surrounding Covanta's air permit application is troubling It's hard to imagine that in the wake of the Tonawanda Coke saga -- one of the larger environmental disasters in recent years in Niagara County -- any regulatory agency would allow any company to install equipment without having an approved air permit in place.
- EDITORIAL: Wasting time on Hamister hotel issue isn't helping the Falls Lost in all the hoopla over the long-awaited arrival of casino revenue in Niagara Falls this week was an underlying message delivered by two key figures in the landscape of Western New York politics and government.
EDITORIAL: Hamister hotel project's a success story
The Niagara Falls City Council majority is standing its ground when it comes to selling a city owned parcel at 310 Rainbow Blvd. as part of a larger effort to build a $25 million multi-story hotel and mixed-use building.
- EDITORIAL: We still must sing out against prejudice It is easy for Americans to congratulate ourselves over how far we have come since the Jim Crow days of segregation and other examples of racial and religious prejudice.
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