Proclamation Uniting as a Community Against Hatred and Racism Passes in North Tonawanda

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By: Reporter Staff

The Common Council unanimously approved a proclamation “uniting as a community against hatred and racism” on Tuesday, July 21st, 2020, authored by Alderman-at-Large Bob Pecoraro.

According to Common Council President Eric Zadzilka, “the proclamation makes clear that North Tonawanda leadership stands against racism of any kind. This should not a political issue and I am encouraged that this was approved unanimously.”

Pecoraro told the Niagara Reporter, “there are many of us who look to the positive future for North Tonawanda and there is a minority who want to destroy the many positive qualities of this City. As the proclamation stated, we need to utilize this opportunity to include everyone, of all creeds, color and backgrounds, and work together to strengthen our community.”

 

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