At last night's North Tonawanda Common Council meeting, a city resident asked about the proposal to share Paul J. Drof, head of the city's water and wastewater superintendent, with the Niagara Falls Water Board.
In the discussion (click below for full audio), Christiana Street resident Walt Yaro asks the questions, as part of the public comment portion near the end of the meeting. City Attorney Shawn P. Nickerson answers the question about the Walmart lawsuit status. What follows is an exchange between Yaro and Mayor Robert G. Ortt about the proposal.
In his comments, Ortt says Drof approached the city about the matter and supports the idea.
Listen to the entire discussion here:
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