Niagara Gazette — He said he’s more than willing to assist in the transition to the new regime.
“I love Lewiston and still love Lewiston,” he said. “I’m going to help Dennis and Paul as much as I can in the transition. I think things will work out.”
Meanwhile, Kloosterman appears excited to begin his new role. A Niagara University graduate and certified public attorney, the Lewiston resident said he’s had no conversations with Johnson yet but is anticipating a quick turnaround.
“We’ve just got to see how it goes,” he said.Contact reporter Timothy Chipp at 282-2311, ext. 2251 or follow on Twitter @timchipp.