Massena's new mayor and former police chief Tim Currier came out a winner on today's Alcoa announcement. The effect of the possible closure was sending shock waves through the already ravaged village once the hub of blue collar labor.
The other winner is Assemblywoman Addie Russell who benefits from locking down support in that end of the River District. Takes the sting out of her being so tied to Governor Cuomo and his SAFE Act.
After last year's close call at the polls, Mayor Currier's stock rose, but he would be unlikely to challenge a sitting Democratic MOA.
For Governor Cuomo, will the next stop be a PASNY takeover of the closing nuke plant in Oswego County ?
For everyone, the lack of bad news is good news, whether you had anything to do with the end result.