In Tonawanda, politicians don't retire. They're recycled.
What better proof thanRonMoline,thetowncouncilman-turned-s upervisor-turned-councilman-turned-supervisor.
Moline's on-again, off-again career was fodder for a few yuks at Thursday's meeting of the Association of Erie County Governments in Orchard Park.
Wales Supervisor Mary Weinman, president of the association, started it off by introducing Moline as the "new old" Tonawanda supervisor.
Moline's latest stint began after Carl Calabrese left the supervisor's post to become deputy Erie County executive.
"You've gotta believe in our recycling program," he told the crowd. So "don't count Calabrese out."