And with his win, Mayor Paul Dyster
's handpicked successor, Seth Piccirillo goes home.
Seth Piccirillo is the handpicked successor of Mayor Paul Dyster
If people understood that Paul Dyster
is the Albany--Buffalo mayor, they would know how to vote in the coming election.
One name absent from the field is the present mayor, Paul Dyster
. For the last 11 years he has led Niagara Falls to the position it now occupies in the van of cities: Dead last.
I wrote back in June of 2013 after the four-year gaming stalemate between the state and the Seneca Nation was settled that Mayor Paul Dyster
played a smart hand in backing Gov.
was supposed to get a lucrative state job from Governor Andrew Cuomo--something in the $120,000 plus range--in return for his unquestioning obedience to Cuomo, even when it cost his city a lot of money.
Mayor Paul Dyster
is working with state and federal labor officials to try and help the 100 workers affected by the sudden "shutdown" of the Global Specialty Metals silicon production plant in Niagara Falls, effective last Sunday, two days before the beginning of the new year.
Armed with a new job title in an attempt to avoid possible Hatch Act violations in his mayoral run in 2019, Seth Piccirillo, now the director of community development AND code enforcement (the new description) for Niagara Falls, apparently is also trying to shed his image as a puppet for his mentor, Mayor Paul Dyster
And up until now, none of them thought it was a good idea to close the front door of the building--until Paul Dyster
came up with the idea.
Days before Niagara Falls Mayor Paul Dyster
was to unveil his proposed budget for 2019, NYS Governor Andrew Cuomo announced he planned to propose in his NYS budget to the legislature that they approve "advancing" up to $12.3 million of future casino revenue to the City of Niagara Falls.
Administration Proposes Garbage 'User Fee,' Salary Increases & Curious Job Change for Piccirillo at Taxpayer Expense!
At a Memorial Ceremony to honor the men and women who lost their lives during the terrorist attacks on September 11th, Mayor Paul Dyster
used the opportunity to slam the Seneca Niagara Casino for stopping the casino to Niagara Falls.