Much has been written about the failure of Niagara Falls Mayor Vince Anello to get on the ballot, meaning come Dec. 31st, his tenure is over. The Niagara Falls Reporter does a nice job in detailing his amazing fall from grace, although they may do it with a little too much glee.
Now that the Falls is guaranteed a new Mayor, I thought it would be interesting to see what one piece of advice you might have for whoever takes over the unenviable task of presiding over the Honeymoon Capital.
Clearly, it would be very easy to be sarcastic here, but I'm serious. Let's have your ideas.
My suggestion: Focus casino dollars into neighborhood revitalization. That could mean starting a homestead program for casino workers, tearing down dilapidated houses or paving city streets. Invest in the people who have invested their lives in being citizens of Niagara Falls.