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Democrat Brochey Opposes Palmer and GOP Spending Sprees

Ernie Palmer, popular councilman runs against businessman Dennis Brochey.

Dennis J. Brochey, who owns Dennis Brochey’s Automotive on Center Street, is running for Town of Lewiston supervisor and he thinks the town needs to be more frugal.

“My greatest concern for the Town of Lewiston is spending and how to control it,” Brochey said. “As a business owner I understand the need to carefully plan spending projects and make sure all your obligations can be met.”

Brochey wants a comprehensive review of the proposed town recreation center. “The recreation-civic building is a nice idea but, as conceived, it will lock up Greenway money for years to come and would prevent the town from pursuing any other projects,” Brochey says.

Brochey also questions spending at Joseph Davis State Park and the Town’s role in its future. “We’ve spent hundreds of thousands of dollars so far and we just have a parking lot and the grass gets cut on property that will never be owed by town,” Brochey argues.

Brochey is a member of Lewiston Moose Lodge and the Lions Club. Five times he was selected the winner of the NAPA ASE Automobile Technician of the Year Award for Western New York.

Brochey is a weight lifter and is founder and director of the Red Brick Bench Press Championships that has raised money for military troops and their families for the last nine years.



Niagara Falls Reporter - Publisher Frank Parlato Jr. www.niagarafallsreporter.com

OCT 29, 2013