It's down to the final three days before voters choose their next mayor.
Democratic nominee Paul A. Dyster will face Republican candidate Candra C. Thomason Tuesday in an election that could shape the future of the city.
The winner will need to make swift decisions about how the city should run. Choices must be made about appointments to top city jobs, the status of development contracts and an ongoing project to build a new public safety building.
Since August, The Buffalo News has asked each candidate to address a number of issues facing the city. In the final week, we asked the two mayoral hopefuls: What will you do in your first 100 days if elected mayor?
On the Brink ? Big choices in Niagara Falls
City voters will elect a new mayor on Tuesday. A new infusion of money makes the city poised for revitalization but economic, social and political forces that have long held the city back remain. How will the new mayor start making an impact after taking office? The remaining two candidates tell our readers.
Key races: See Page NC6 Voting on Election Day: Polls across Niagara County are open from 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesday; if you don?t know where to vote, visit the county elections board online at www.elections.niagara.ny.us/, or call the board at 438-4040.