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In looking to staff positions in his Administration, Mayor-Elect Robert M. Restaino is accepting applications for the following positions: City Administrator City Clerk City Controller City Engineer Corporation Counsel Dir. – Business Development Dir. – Community Development Dir. – Personnel & EEOC Officer Dir – Public Works Fire Chief Superintendent of Police Dir – Economic...

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The Niagara Falls Captains and Lieutenants Association has announced its endorsement of Robert M. Restaino for the office of Mayor of the City of Niagara Falls. Association President Michael Drake stated “Our city is facing various challenges in many areas. It is important that Niagara Falls has strong leadership to take on these issues.” In...

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The Libertarian Party of Niagara County endorses Robert M. Restaino for the office of Mayor of the city of Niagara Falls, NY. In issuing the endorsement local Libertarian Party Chairperson, Kathy Ligammari stated “Robert has expressed views central to the principles of our party, individual liberty and limits on government interference in business growth and...

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Governor Cuomo continues to show his commitment to Western New York and specifically to the development of Niagara Falls. On Wednesday the Governor announced the fantastic news that the City has been awarded $10 dollars from the New York State Downtown Revitalization Initiative. As I have stated, strong partnerships between the various levels of government...

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Restaino for Mayor Niagara County

During the 1930s, 1940s, and 1950s, over half of the population of Niagara County lived in Niagara Falls. The construction trades, chemical and carbon manufacturing, and retail and business services drove the economy and provided living-wage employment for people throughout the area. By 1950, there were seven companies based in Niagara Falls that employed over...

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As part of the political process, Robert Restaino must receive your signatures in order to appear on the Democratic Primary Ballot this June 25. As a result, volunteers from the Restaino For Mayor campaign will be out in our City neighborhoods collecting signatures between February 26 and April 1, 2019. Volunteers will be residents within...

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The Niagara County Conservative Party has announced that Robert M. Restaino has received its endorsement for the office of Mayor of the City of Niagara Falls. Our party strongly believes that Robert’s professional skill will serve the city well. In announcing the endorsement, Chairman Daniel Weiss stated, “Mr. Restaino has shown his ability to work...

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“The Independence Party of Niagara County has every confidence that Robert Restaino will be an effective leader for the City of Niagara Falls.”   The Independence Party of Niagara County has endorsed Robert M. Restaino for the Office of Mayor of the City of Niagara Falls.   Chairperson Susan Agnello-Eberwein stated, “Mr. Restaino has the...

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Establishing effectiveness and efficiency in local government is an extremely challenging task for any mayor. Many barriers arise that prevent the simple implementation of the policies and programs the mayor desires. One of the most difficult challenges for any mayor is convincing the city council that a particular policy or program will produce the anticipated...

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bob restaino for mayor of niagara falls

by Matt Cole Read the original article here on Niagara Falls Reporter >   I’m 5th generation Niagara Falls. My family has lived here since the city incorporated in the 1800s. But, my work and travels in life have taken me far and wide. I have never been anywhere in the world, in any language,...

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restoring trust in government, robert restaino

Restoring Trust in Government As I continue to present my platform of collaborative government, I will focus on the necessary elements of this concept that are critical for its success. In my last article, I explained why a genuine sense of “community” was the first element necessary to be developed in a collaborative approach to...

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One persistent question that is often debated by the under-40 year old generation in many communities just like Niagara Falls is simply:  “Is it time to move?” Conventional wisdom seems to imply that if the jobs are more plentiful and the quality of life more appealing somewhere else then the answer is to leave. Last...

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