Niagara Gazette


December 17, 2013

Lewiston officials closing in on village sign law


Meanwhile, Collesano said he's getting closer to making a decision on Brochey's replacement, which will be filled by appointment before an election for the seat will be held summer 2014. Collesano said he's completed six interviews, but will likely hold off a choice until the Jan. 6 meeting.

"They've all been very good interviews," Collesano said. "Men and women from both parties have come in. But I haven't made a decision yet."

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