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.
IN THE SUMMER, IT’S A SPLASH PAD. IN WINTER, THE PAD TRANSFORMS INTO AN ICE SKATING RINK.
This week, the Buffalo Olmsted Parks Conservancy is collecting new and gently-used skates at its Parkside Lodge office for skaters to use free of charge at Martin Luther King Jr. Park.
BUFFALO, N.Y.– MONDAY IS MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR. DAY, BUT IT IS ALSO THE NATIONAL DAY OF SERVICE.
Here in WNY there are several events to honor MLK and his work.
MEDIA ADVISORY/PHOTO OPPORTUNITY: ‘WINTER BLAST’ – 3rd ANNUAL CELEBRATION AND ICE SKATE DRIVE
At Martin Luther King Jr. Park – a designated BlueCross BlueShield Healthy Zone