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Niagara Falls City Council meeting moved, mayor requests funding in wake of storm damage

When the Niagara Falls City Council meets Wednesday night instead of tonight, they'll be asked to consider spending some money in the wake of last week's storm.

Mayor Paul A. Dyster will be asking city lawmakers to approve spending $100,000 of casino funds for tree trimming and tree removal resulting from storm damage.

The request will require a special vote of the Council to be allowed on the agenda because it was filed after last week's deadline.

Council Chairman Glenn A. Choolokian said last week he changed the date of the meeting because a member who was not able to attend requested it.

Here's the agenda:

Niagara Falls City Council agenda - July 24, 2013

 

Niagara Falls City Council agenda backup documentation - July 24, 2013

 

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City Council | city government | Glenn Choolokian | Paul Dyster
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