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January 22, 2013

Turtle assessment is lowered by council

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“We’ve got to look at each one individually,” Choolokian said.

In other council matters;

• Measures to approve appropriation agreements with the Niagara Arts and Cultural Center and the Niagara Falls Block Club Council were defeated. Choolokian, Councilman Sam Fruscione and Councilman Robert Anderson Jr. voted no to the measures while Councilwoman Kristen Grandinetti and Councilman Charles Walker voted yes.

• The appropriation agreement for the Niagara Falls Beautification Commission was tabled.

• The council unanimously voted down a change order to a consulting contract on the John B. Daly Boulevard extension project that would have paid environmental consultants Stanec Consulting Group, Inc. an additional $100,000.

 

 

 

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