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A Familiar Road

Legislature Heading Down Similar Path With County Home

March 3, 2013

Less than a decade ago, the on-again, off-again sale of a nursing home cost Chautauqua County more than $1 million. With recent events, the county could be on the same path....

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Harold

Mar-03-13 12:42 PM

Kindberg and Cornell have this in common. Much education, little common sense.

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taxpayerfred

Mar-03-13 11:08 AM

I wonder if the three stooges, Whitney,Cornell and HOyer will reimburse the county taxpaers 16 million when the home is closed. They will still be arguing they did the right thing when these people are out of work and no place to live for the old folks. You 3 people should be thrown out of office as you are all idiots.

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duckster

Mar-03-13 10:24 AM

according to that beacon of clear thinking: (whitney) there are a lot of constituents against the sale.. yes, all 4 of them

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sueanne

Mar-03-13 7:28 AM

Well, just as many predicted, now the county home will have no choice but to be shut down. Thank you cornell,whitney and hoyer who deserve the dolt of the decade award. All the patients, the taxpayers,local businesses, schools and employees will be the losers. Thank you dolts of the decade. These three legislators are not fit for any public office.

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