Robert E. Pecoraro was unanimously re-elected president of the North Tonawanda Widespread Council Tuesday evening.
Pecoraro, a Republican who dropped November’s mayoral election to Democrat Austin J. Tylec, will serve his 2nd consecutive yr as chief of the all-Republican Council.
Niagara County’s other town councils have new leaders.
In Niagara Falls, Republican John K. Spanbauer was unanimously picked out – except for his have abstention – to thrive Kenneth M. Tompkins as Council chairman. The Falls Council has three Republicans, just one Democrat and a single impartial.
In Lockport, Paul M. Beakman Jr., the Council’s only Democrat, was appointed Council president by Democratic Mayor Michelle M. Roman. In Lockport, the Council main also is the deputy mayor.
City Clerk Paul K. Oates mentioned the Lockport Council will improve its meeting plan this 12 months. The company conferences, long held on the very first and third Wednesdays of the month, will transfer to the next and fourth Wednesdays, starting up Jan. 26. Meetings will get started at 6:30 p.m.
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