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    A $2 million Museum

    A $2 million Museum

    Who the hell thought this up?

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    $2.3 million in upgrades coming to Stiglmeier Park in Cheektowaga

    CHEEKTOWAGA, N.Y. (WKBW) — Erie County will spend more than $2 million for upgrades to Stiglmeier Park in Cheektowaga.

    Announced Thursday by Erie County Legislature Majority Leader Tim Meyers and several Cheektowaaga officials, $2.36 million will be used to renovate and upgrade existing facilities and build a multi-use building that will be the new home of the Cheektowaga Historical Association.
    https://www.wkbw.com/news/local-news...eZMbWsLC1seduQ

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    Bunch of dopes as usual. They can put the caboose in there that thing needs some work it's being neglected. Also maybe the work clothes of past employees that got into trouble and fired over the many years or the ones that just got a spanking but kept their jobs because of political ties. Damn, that would be a long list and work boots to be put on display. How about the facility boss the town forced to retire no criminal charges were placed from what packers tell me. Maybe they can frame a few of his OT checks for the museum
    God must love stupid people; He made so many

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    What the hell does a museum have to do with pandemic relief?

    Some questions emerge with Erie County spending choices for pandemic relief funding

    More than $2.3 million in COVID pandemic relief money will go toward a town history museum/multi-purpose building in Cheektowaga's Stiglmeier Park.
    https://www.wgrz.com/article/news/lo...KOlPhuBwOhy1h0

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    Stimulus money to improve parks, fund overhauls at Wendt mansion, Johnnie B. Wiley complex

    When Buffalo's War Memorial Stadium was demolished in 1989, the Johnnie B. Wiley Amateur Sports Pavilion rose on the site of what was called the Rockpile in Masten Park. The park and athletic complex now appear worn, but not welcoming.

    https://buffalonews.com/news/local/s...FjibvBlz4DBkc8



    I don't get it. How does spending Stimulus money on items like this help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cheekman View Post
    Bunch of dopes as usual. They can put the caboose in there that thing needs some work it's being neglected. Also maybe the work clothes of past employees that got into trouble and fired over the many years or the ones that just got a spanking but kept their jobs because of political ties. Damn, that would be a long list and work boots to be put on display. How about the facility boss the town forced to retire no criminal charges were placed from what packers tell me. Maybe they can frame a few of his OT checks for the museum

    This reminds me when on the Simpson's their city built a monorail...

    Covid relief money!!!!! Let us build a museum. You can't make this crap up if you tried.

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