The mayor and his beer brewing business employees walk into a Niagara Falls bar. The mayor turns to his employees and says, "What are we doing here? Let's go drink in Tonawanda!"
Question: What do you call 35 city hall consultants on the bottom of the Niagara River?
Answer: A good start.
Carpenters were busy at city hall last week. They installed a revolving door in the council secretary's office.
The "floating deficit" the "bouncing balance" and the "mysterious debt" are just three of the magical fiscal tricks we'll be seeing as the 2016 city budget process begins this month.
The "Zipper" and the "Killer"…only Paul Dyster's administration could have road patching equipment that sounds like a World Wrestling main event.
Mayor Dyster is so enraged at the Canada goose for talking to the Reporter that he had the corporation counsel prepare a Jayne Park eviction notice for the bird.
"I think they're on to me."
A thought bubble above Paul Dyster's head
The three favorite TV shows at city hall:
House of Cards
We understand the April meeting of the city's financial review panel was quite rough, but there's no truth to the rumor that the panel members are now requesting combat pay.
"How quick they forget."
A LaSalle rat.