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A Question About The Tax Cap

June 25, 2015 There is no question that New York’s 2 percent tax cap has helped slow the growth of property taxes in New York state. more »»

School Bus Camera Bill Turned Down

June 24, 2015 Legislation sponsored by state Sen. more »»

A Lesson In Civics Falls Short

June 23, 2015 Perhaps Sen. John DeFrancisco’s inability to read a calendar is the best reason he shouldn’t have been chosen to lead the state Senate. more »»

President’s Job Is Not To Interpret The Law

June 22, 2015 A critical case involving the national health care law “probably shouldn’t even have been taken up” by the Supreme Court, President Barack Obama said this week. more »»

A Reason To Engage Property Owners

June 21, 2015 Two recent cases involving drug activity provide even more evidence of Jamestown’s need for some type of tougher nuisance property ordinance. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

June 20, 2015 Thumbs up to a reader who recently adopted Daisy, a rottweiler featured in a recent edition as the Northern Chautauqua Canine Rescue Dog of the Week. more »»

City And Unions Agree On Common Sense Reform

June 19, 2015 Jamestown officials and two of the city’s unions have found a common sense approach for saving taxpayers millions. more »»

Dunkirk ConAgra Purchase Sparks Hope

June 18, 2015 Driving past a big empty building every day surely doesn’t set a tone that things are good in the local economy. more »»

Upstate School Districts Receive Funding From Cuomo

June 17, 2015 A recent proposal by Gov. Andrew Cuomo is somewhat confusing. Cuomo, or state lawyers, have spent months making the case that school funding plays little role in the quality of a child’s education. more »»

Most Motorcycle Accidents Can Be Prevented

June 16, 2015 Spring had barely sprung before Chautauqua County suffered its first motorcycle tragedy. more »»

Feds Must Prevent Future Social Security Waste

June 15, 2015 Seventeen billion dollars is a drop in the bucket compared to the long-term fiscal challenges facing the Social Security program. more »»

Can Comedy, Trains Fit Together?

June 14, 2015 The National Comedy Center is a worthy project — it has scored well throughout economic development grant competitions and has garnered solid support from organizations like the Oishei Foundation of... more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

June 13, 2015 Thumbs up to a business owner who knows how to treat a loyal customer. more »»

Set County Tax Cut Bar A Little Higher

June 12, 2015 Local officials struggle to craft taxpayer-friendly budgets each yea. more »»

Gillibrand Bridge Proposal Worth Debate

June 11, 2015 If the federal government wants infrastructure to be maintained, it has to make sure money is available for the work. U.S. Sen. more »»

Medal Of Honor To Be Publicly Displayed

June 10, 2015 Descendants of Civil War veteran Lt. Alonzo Cushing want to use the Medal of Honor recently awarded to Cushing to bring the Fredonia native’s bravery to life. more »»

More Must Be Done To Prevent Hacking

June 9, 2015 Lock your front door and a determined burglar will merely climb through a window. Lock it and he may just break the glass to enter. As homeowners know, it can be very difficult to keep thieves out. more »»

Elia Could Succeed Where King Failed

June 8, 2015 Don’t expect a retreat from the Common Core State Standards under MaryEllen Elia, New York’s recently named state education commissioner. more »»

Body Cameras For JPD A Good Idea

June 7, 2015 Body-worn cameras would aid the Jamestown Police Department — and the community. more »»

Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down

June 6, 2015 Thumbs up to a welcome addition to traffic in Lakewood. Recently, a turn arrow was added to the traffic light at the entrance of the TJ Maxx/Petsmart Plaza on Fairmount Avenue. more »»



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