Join T.J. Pignataro, the West Seneca reporter for The Buffalo News, who will be live at the West Seneca Senior Citizens Center, 4620 Seneca Street, for the third of four public hearings about how to best utilize the more than 430-acre site of the former West Seneca Developmental Center.
Dean Gowan, a local landscape architect, will be on hand to discuss possible development strategies for the parcel, according to West Seneca town officials.
You're invited to submit your own ideas about what you think should be done at the WSDC site or comment on Gowan's presentation during the live blog.
Join T.J. Pignataro, The Buffalo News' West Seneca reporter, who will be live from West Seneca Town Hall for the 7 p.m. scheduled public hearing on the controversial (and now suspended) law requiring sewer laterals to be replaced on pre-1980 properties for sale in West Seneca.
The public hearing will be followed by a regular meeting of the West Seneca Town Board.
This is the second and final live blog from West Seneca Town Hall today at Buffalo News Live. The first -- which can now be viewed on replay -- covered the town board's 5 p.m. work session. There, Richard Henry, town engineer discussed several capital improvement projects in town.
Sewers will return front-and-center in West Seneca tonight when a public hearing will be held on a controversial - and now suspended - town law requiring residents to replace the lateral sewer line between their homes and the street before they sell their properties. The public hearing will be held at 7 p.m.
Join T.J. Pignataro, the West Seneca reporter for The Buffalo News, who will be live at West Seneca Town Hall, 1250 Union Road, for pre-hearing action at a scheduled 5 p.m. work session of the town board.
Then, Buffalo News Live will cover the 7 p.m. public hearing and the town board meeting that will follow.
Join T.J. Pignataro, Cheektowaga reporter for The Buffalo News, who will be at Cheektowaga Town Hall at 6:45 p.m. Wednesday for the regular meeting of the Cheektowaga Town Board.
Board members are expected to consider plans from Charles J. Basil to convert a warehouse at 1694 Walden Ave. into a car parts storage and vehicle-detailing shop. Also to be discussed at the meeting is the town's proposed $15,000 funding for the Cheektowaga Community Symphony Orchestra.
Join T.J. Pignataro, the Buffalo News' West Seneca reporter, live from West Seneca Town Hall at 7 p.m. Monday.
The West Seneca Town Board will consider a request from Upstate Cellular Network, doing business as Verizon Wireless, for a special permit and site plan approval for 2801 Seneca St. Upstate Celluar is seeking to construct a 100-foot cellular phone tower and an equipment shed.
Town board members will also be asked to vote on Supervisor Sheila M. Meegan's proposed transfer of Linda M. Kauderer, an account clerk mini-computer operator from the finance department to the police department.
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