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From: The Buffalo News “To borrow from Monty Python, ‘it’s not dead yet.’ Just when it seemed like a proposed new Tim Hortons Cafe & Bake Shop in downtown Buffalo had been killed by a Zoning Board of Appeals vote, the developer behind the project managed to extract a victory after all. But it took… Read more »

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From: The Buffalo News  “The Town of Tonawanda is getting ready to take over a portion of the former Huntley Power Plant to make sure local industries can continue to access the plant’s untreated water. The Town Board on Monday voted to hire a law firm to begin eminent domain proceedings against NRG Energy, the owner of… Read more »

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From: Springville Journal  “CONCORD—Residents voiced their displeasure with a proposed rezoning and special use permit for Gernatt Gravel at a public hearing June 14 at the Concord Town Board meeting. The company is looking to mine 17.7 acres of the property at 9080 Middle Road, which they recently purchased. Gernatt asked for a special use… Read more »

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From: The Buffalo News “The $34.5 million project to turn the former Pierce-Arrow headquarters and warehouse on Elmwood Avenue into 107 loft apartments has been granted $1.2 million in tax breaks by the Erie County Industrial Development Agency. The developers – Dr. Gregory F. Daniel’s Nidus Development and investor Joseph Hecht – plan to turn… Read more »

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From: The Buffalo News “Residents of Bethune Lofts and nearby buildings are about to get some new neighbors: about 300 college students. A Utah developer is now free to proceed with his proposal for a new student-housing complex at 2929 Main St., transforming an old multibuilding manufacturing complex into a new residential community. The $30… Read more »

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From: The Buffalo News “Not satisfied with just donating a record amount of money to the Albright-Knox Art Gallery, philanthropist Jeffrey Gundlach now wants to live near it. The billionaire investment manager, who owns a $15 million estate in the Pacific Palisades of Los Angeles, will use a 5,204-square-foot mansion at 76 Lincoln Parkway as… Read more »

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From: The Buffalo News “When Michael Pope sells his sweet corn, zucchini and cherries in Williamsville, everything is fine. But when Pope tries to sell produce on the Amherst side of his land, he’s breaking the law. Pope said he had no idea – not when he bought the two adjoining parcels at Wehrle and… Read more »

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From: The Buffalo News “Noco Energy Corp. wants to put in six new parking spaces and an access aisle on a single-family lot next door to its gas station and convenience store at the intersection of Elmwood and Forest avenues, to give customers more access to the business. Noco, through Elmwood Village LLC, is seeking… Read more »

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From: The Buffalo News “The student-housing developers behind a new planned project at Main Street and Hertel Avenue have been eyeing Buffalo for more than five years because, they say, it’s been underserved by outside companies and much of what exists right now is not good quality. David Freeman, owner of Provo, Utah-based DFFusion Investments,… Read more »

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From: East Aurora Advertiser “The East Aurora Village Board approved a measure to increase the locker room construction at the ice rink on Riley Street. Growing popularity with ice hockey for women at the rink was the primary reason. The board had already approved the construction of a locker room building in 2009. The Aurora… Read more »