Give county voters a say on more funding for Bills

No one in my family wants to give the Buffalo Bills $200 million so they can fix up a crumbling 39-year-old football stadium that has a never-ending stream of losers playing for it and a bunch of drunken, rowdy Bills fans who act like seventh century barbarians.

Have a special election asking the people in Erie County if they want to keep a losing football team that will cost them $200 million, and more for added security and other functions. Then they can have their Erie County taxes increased to keep their beloved losers playing in Erie County for just seven regular-season games, maybe less, if more games are added to Toronto.

I’d much rather have the money go to rebuild our schools and fund our libraries and culturals, which increases knowledge.

James Ziolkowski