It promises to be a busy evening tonight at West Seneca Town Hall where town board members are expected to repeal a controversial law requiring Certificates of Occupancy for properties at the time of sale.
Several other items of interest are also slated for discussion tonight.
Join The Buffalo News' West Seneca Reporter, T.J. Pignataro, who is live in town hall.
A new 42,000 square foot animal shelter for the SPCA Serving Erie County will be one of three items at a busy slate for West Seneca Planning Board members at 7 p.m. in Town Hall, 1250 Union Road. Kideney Architects is requesting the site plan for the proposed $9 million shelter be approved for 300 Harlem Road.
The board will also consider requests from Edbauer Construction Co. for the rezoning of a property at 2735 Clinton St. and Benderson Development, which is looking for site plan approval for property located at Harlem and Mineral Springs roads. Benderson wants to expand an existing strip plaza to house a new tenant, Dollar Tree.
Join West Seneca Reporter T.J. Pignataro who will cover tonight's meeting right here live.
Motorists will get their chance to voice their opinions tonight on a controversial proposed law in the Village of Kenmore that would allow the Kenmore Police to tow vehicles from village streets for three unpaid parking tickets.
The hearing will take place at 8 p.m. at Kenmore Village Hall, 2919 Delaware Avenue.
Join T.J. Pignataro, a suburban staff reporter for The Buffalo News, who will be reporting live at the meeting.
Join T.J. Pignataro, Cheektowaga reporter for The Buffalo News, who is at Cheektowaga Town Hall for tonight's 6:45 p.m. meeting of the town board.