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Savings At The County Home

Hellwig: ‘I Think What We’ve Done So Far Has Reduced A Number Of Expenses’

May 16, 2013

MAYVILLE — Measures enacted this year to reduce operating costs at the Chautauqua County Home are on track, legislators were told Wednesday....

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May-16-13 10:58 AM

A little too late for all that.

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May-16-13 9:59 AM

please do everything you can (even if you do not live in their district) to defeat Hoyer, Cornell and Whitney in November. I intend to donate 99 dollars to each one of their opponents. At this time I do not care if Al Quida is running against them . They MUST go. Please do everything you can.

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May-16-13 9:12 AM

Mean While paychecks and benefits will decrease in half and more will qualify for public assistance!

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May-16-13 8:39 AM

The key to resolving this problem, selling the home, is to make sure we all vote in November. Those legislators who did not vote to sell, especially Whitney, Cornell and Hoyer who are more interested in their own agenda than serving the voters need to be replaced.

All the other homes in Chautauqua County are privately owned and most are rated higher quality.

I wonder home many school employees in dunkirk lost their jobs because of the loss of taxes due to the home not paying property taxes over the history of the home being owned by the government. And dont the kids lose because of it.

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May-16-13 8:12 AM

How are they going to make up the rest of the money they are losing?

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May-16-13 7:55 AM

Hoyer, whitney and cornell need to be voted out of office in November, these three have lied and mislead the voters about rothner and the sale of the home.

The home could have been so much more by selling it, the patients would have benefited with more services, the employees would not have been laid off because of more services a private owner could have offered, the local school system would have benefited by bringing the home back on the tax roles, businesses would have benefited also. Only because of hoyer, whitney and cornell, we taxpayers are stuck with funding the home.

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May-16-13 7:37 AM

"required by the csea" - who are they to require anything......

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May-16-13 6:35 AM

What don't they understand? SELL IT!!!

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