BUFFALO, NY — GOLF PASSES FOR THE 2017 SEASON WILL GO ON SALE SUNDAY, MARCH 26, FOR THE THREE BUFFALO OLMSTED PARKS GOLF COURSES (CAZENOVIA, DELAWARE AND SOUTH PARK). FOOTGOLF RETURNS TO DELAWARE PARK.
Weather permitting; the season is scheduled to open on April 22, 2017.
(BUFFALO, NY) –BUFFALO OLMSTED PARKS CONSERVANCY, BUFFALO, NY, HAS HIRED FUERST CONSULTING CORPORATION, BUFFALO, NY, TO PROVIDE PUBLIC RELATIONS AND MEDIA RELATIONS SUPPORT THROUGHOUT 2018.
The Buffalo Olmsted Parks Conservancy (BOPC), is a 501(c)3 not-for-profit, independent, community organization that promotes, preserves, restores, enhances and ensures maintenance of Olmsted Parks and Parkways in the greater Buffalo area to guarantee Olmsted park experiences for current and future generations.
BUFFALO, NY – Officials from Buffalo Olmsted Parks Conservancy were joined today by Mayor Byron W. Brown, Lou Jacobs, Delaware North Co-CEO, and Kevin Kelly, Delaware North President, Travel Hospitality Services and Chairman of the Board, Buffalo Olmsted Parks Conservancy, to announce that Delaware North has agreed to a multi-year commitment of increased corporate support to the Buffalo Olmsted Parks Conservancy. This leadership gift will be a $100,000 annual contribution beginning this year through 2019.
ELECTED OFFICIALS AND COMMUNITY ACTIVISTS GATHERED SATURDAY TO DELIVER A MESSAGE TO THOSE REDESIGNING THE SCAJAQUADA EXPRESSWAY: COME UP WITH SOMETHING BETTER THAN THE PLAN UNVEILED LAST WEEK.
Rep. Brian Higgins and Assemblyman Sean M. Ryan joined Olmsted Parks advocates and others at Marcy Casino in Delaware Park to ask state and federal officials for more thought and planning in transforming a 2.2 mile stretch of the expressway into an urban boulevard.
THE BUFFALO SEWER AUTHORITY WILL SERVE AS THE LEAD AGENCY IN THE PROJECT WHICH WILL RESOLVE ODOR, FLOODING, STAGNATION, ALGAE AND SEDIMENT ISSUES IN SCAJAQUADA CREEK BETWEEN MAIN STREET AND ELMWOOD AVENUE
A ceremonial groundbreaking took place for a $2.8 million project to restore Scajaquada Creek between Main Street and Elmwood Avenue to resolve long-standing issues with odor, trash, flooding and other water quality problems.