Lackawanna may keep DARE in reduced form

Jun 28, 2010 Full story: Buffalo News

Lackawanna is daring to keep DARE. After deciding this month to cut the popular Drug Abuse Resistance Education program in its schools because of a recently passed budget that eliminated two police positions, Mayor Norman L. Polanski Jr.

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#1 Jul 7, 2010
Maybe the mayor should give up the SUV that he drives, we are in some of the worst economic times and he thinks the purchase of a personal vehicle is fine. The drug problem in this city is out of control if Zybert helps one child it's worth its weight in gold - Norm get a clue!

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