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Dyster responds to governor's proposal for Goat Island lodge

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Niagara Falls Mayor Paul Dyster is responding to Governor Andrew Cuomo's proposal to build a lodge on Goat Island.

Hundreds of residents have signed a petition opposing the governor's plan. They say it will hurt Goat Island's natural beauty.

On Saturday, Dyster released a statement saying Goat Island is just one of the possible locations for a lodge. The mayor said he's "confident" a location will be found that is "suitable" to both residents and visitors.

"Throughout my career I have consistently taken a green and environmentally-conscious position on any given issue and will continue to do so,” he said.

Dyster said Cuomo has done more to improve Niagara Falls than any other governor.