Is Mayor Dyster distressed over the upcoming election? Rumor has it that all sharp objects have been removed from his city hall office.
However, there’s no truth to the rumor that a city hall employee received a stipend to remove those sharp objects from his office.
Vote for Dyster? As mayor of Niagara Falls Paul Dyster spent $90,000,000 of your casino cash, plus, he froze your water pipes, plus, he built a $50,000,000 courthouse, plus, he built a $44,000,000 train station, plus, he spent $100,000 on a parking study, plus, he gave penguins $150,000 in casino revenue, plus, he gave his campaign manager’s wife a judgeship, plus, he spent $2,200,000 of your money on trash totes, plus, he refused to hire a city engineer, plus…well, you get the picture.
Sometimes you feel like a city employee sometimes you don’t! When Paul Dyster hooked Brook D’Angelo up with a job did he end up with a campaign worker moonlighting as a city employee or a city employee moonlighting as a campaign worker?
While on the Tom Darro show last week the mayor referred to a local “disreputable newspaper.” What newspaper was he slamming?
a) Buffalo News
b) Niagara Gazette
c) Niagara Falls Reporter
Identify the Niagara Falls business below:
a) Paul Dyster’s “Niagara Tradition Homebrew Supply” of Tonawanda
b) The Niagara Falls Reporter of Niagara Falls
What are Paul Dyster’s three favorite Jackson Browne songs?
Running on Empty
Lawyers in Love
What two things do Andrew Cuomo, Kirsten Gillibrand and Brian Higgins have in common?
1) None of them live here
2) They want you to vote for Paul Dyster
“The times they are a’changin’” John Accardo went from Democrat to Republican. John Ceretto went from Democrat to Republican to Democrat. Paul Dyster is going from mayor to former mayor.
Q: How are Nik Wallenda and the Niagara Power exactly alike?
A: Dyster tossed both of them out of the city.
Paul Dyster and his 72nd Street engineering consultants walk into a bar. Dyster turns to the consultants and says, “If I win the primary you’ll have to work hard and fast to get the water lines repaired before Election Day. If I lose the primary I’m going back to Tonawanda to run my beer store and you’re on your own!”
Paul Dyster couldn’t have said it better. When mayoral candidate Jim Szwedo appeared on the Darro show last Wednesday, the radio host told Mr. Szwedo, “It’s not important why the pipes on 72nd Street froze or whose fault it is, let’s just fix the problem!”
Three weeks ago the Reporter predicted that Dyster would turn Sal Maglie Stadium over to a private operator now that he had the Niagara Power out of the picture. Last week the mayor announced he was seeking a private operator to run the stadium. Is the Reporter that good or is Dyster that obvious? The answer to both questions is, yes.