By Jill Terreri
Today, the Zoning Board of Appeals will meet at 2 p.m. to consider granting a live music license to the Acropolis restaurant in the Elmwood Village. Neighbors have said they will speak out against the variance, while Acropolis owner Paul Tsouflidis has said neighboring restaurants have live music licenses, and he should have one too.
Also on the agenda is a height variance for a new medical office building at 1001 Main St. on the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus. In a surprising turn of events yesterday, the development, from Ciminelli Real Estate Corp., was denied tax breaks by the Erie County Industrial Development Agency.
The ECIDA did approve tax breaks for Rocco Termini's developments in North Buffalo.
There was a lot of news yesterday in City Hall, including final approval for the Buffalo Sabres' HarborCenter Development project and public meetings on the Michigan Avenue African American Heritage Corridor.