Niagara Gazette — Choolokian said he feels the departments are capable of picking up the slack in this tough financial situation.
“We want to do more in-house stuff,” he said. “I have a lot of faith in the employees of city hall.”
Choolokian said the council spoke with department heads to ask what they could do without before making decisions on where to make cuts.
“Right now, we’re going to have to tighten our belts, watch the consultant spending and figure this thing out,” he said.Mug of Dyster, Paul Paul Dyster Cuts are a concern