Ellicott Street makeover a must, BUDC tells mayor

Fink, James
August 2012
Buffalo Law Journal;8/2/2012, Vol. 84 Issue 62, p4
The article reports on the recommendation of Buffalo Urban Development Corp. (BUDC) that Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown must include $750,000 in his capital budget funds for the completion of the $6.4 million makeover of the stretch between Goodell and Best streets.


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