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Some Free Advice for Mayor, From the Reporter

By Anna M. Howard

September 16, 2014

Paul Dyster stays busy on Facebook posting selfies and writing about the Blues Fest, the Buffalo Bills and other things that interest him.

The Reporter has often been accused of being long on criticism and short on suggestions.

With that in mind we have put together a few sincere notions as to how Paul Dyster can better spend his time once he pulls himself away from his Facebook page.

** Start writing a casino-spending plan (see last week’s Reporter, Mr. Mayor).

** Figure out what you’re going to do about the water lines that are going to freeze in LaSalle this winter.

** Trash and recycling plan…get all of your secret meeting minutes and records out of that big box and share it with the city residents who were “bombed” by your trashy garbage contract.

** Develop a genuine crime-fighting plan. If Obama can figure out a plan to fight ISIL terrorists in the Middle East, the least you can do is help us fight crime in the city.

** Hold biweekly press conferences and invite TV, radio and newspapers. What’s the big secret? Answer some questions in public for a change.

** And while we’re on the subject of meeting the public, what happened to the “Mayor’s Night In” where residents got a chance to actually see you face to face?

** Why do you refuse to appear on Vince Anello’s radio show and the Sal Paonessa Internet show? Answering puffball questions on WJJL doesn’t cut it anymore.

** If all else fails to capture your attention, work to LOWER OUR TAXES!

Paul Dyster stays very busy on Facebook posting accounts of himself and where he goes. The Blues Fest captured his attention last week. “Sun's out in downtown Niagara Falls as the Niagara Falls Blues Festival goes into its third day. Black Rock Zydeco, Marsha McWilson, Pappy John's Blues Band, The Electras, Pitbull of Blues Band, then later tonight The Cheryl Arena Band, followed by The Kinsey Report to close out the evening. Come say hello at the beer tent after 3:30--I'll be serving...” Dyster wrote on Sept 13.


Paul Dyster stays too busy on Facebook. Above he posts a video of Ray Fuller and The Bluesrockers singing "Voodoo Mama," which the Mayor informs us was performed at “The Vonn Blues 1-2-10 Columbus OH.” “These guys are going to rock the house,” he noted. He also wrote that he served beer at the beer tent during the Blues Fest.







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