City of Niagara Falls Mayor Robert Restaino, on Wednesday, expressed his appreciation to the Town of Niagara for its “generous offer” to provide the town’s used, surplus police vehicles to the city at a “very affordable cost.”
“Since coming to City Hall, I have had the pleasure of working closely with Niagara Town Supervisor Lee Wallace on various collaborative efforts. This is another example of the benefits of governments working together,” Restaino said. “Thank you to Supervisor Wallace, the Town Board, and Town of Niagara Police Chief Jim Suitor for this opportunity.”
The city has been in need of improvement to its police vehicle fleet. Interim Niagara Falls Police Superintendent John Faso also expressed his appreciation to the Town of Niagara, its Town Board, and Suitor for assisting the city with this offer.