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November 4, 2013

Palmer, Brochey focus on town finances in Lewiston supervisor race

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Niagara Gazette — "Through my seven years experience on the town board I have had an opportunity to work with two supervisors who were complete opposites," Palmer said. "I learned much from both, and along the way, I have gotten the feel for what Lewiston residents expect from their leadership. That is important. And I will turn that education into effective leadership for all of Lewiston."

Brochey, a village resident, is married to his wife, Cathy, and the father to two adult children. Palmer is married to his wife, Michelle, and has five adult daughters and three grandchildren.

Contact reporter Timothy Chipp at 282-2311, ext. 2251 or follow on Twitter @timchipp.

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