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Metastatic breast cancer is no longer a death sentence

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Metastatic breast cancer is no longer a death sentence This October, between the survivor celebrations and screening messages, you may be missing some important facts about cancer. For those who have survived breast cancer, they’ve conquered the first battle, but they must always be aware that a second fight — that of metastatic cancer — can recur years, even decades later. Metastatic breast cancer is a cancer that started in the breast and has progressed ...

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mdraves1
November 3, 2013
9:12 a.m.

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Gina M. Wierzbowski, I just would like to comment on the forum that I was also at...first off, you and Chris continue to take credit for bringing Target to Glenville, that project was brought to our town by our extremely hard working DEMOCRATIC County Legislature and Metroplex. And your LDC is giving many loans to Republican small business owners and is full of Republican "buddies" of yours, why are you all so afraid to have some Democrats on your committees. Both my husband and I have tried to volunteer, my husband was allowed on a committee, but, they scheduled all of the meetings while he was at work and I was told by Jamie MacFarland that I could not serve on a committee.

mdraves1
November 3, 2013
9:19 a.m.

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Koetzle DOES NOT deserve 4 more minutes!!! He did not want Target, as a matter of fact if you were at the 2/16/2011 Town Board meeting you would have heard him say, "I do not like big box stores!" He is out to make it appear as though he is looking out for the residents of Glenville, when all he is doing is looking out for himself and his own self interests. At this same organizational meeting, I asked about consolidated dispatch, and I was told that he was not concerned about public safety with regard to 911 calls, until he was receiving complaints that these calls were not being answered. Is this the type of Supervisor Glenville wants?!? Someone that is not concerned with public safety until AFTER something tragic happens?!?

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