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The Ice Ball is back at the Statler and Canadians are hard at work underground

From Business Today:

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The new owner of the Statler Towers is already planning its coming out party.  Mark Croce is hoping to have the historic building ready in time to host the annual Ice Ball New Year's Eve celebration. Tickets for the high-end event should be on sale by August, with an estimated price tag of $100 to $150.

 

CLM Real Estate sold its Williamsville office to a local investor for $400,000. Susan Pleskow bought the building and will rent the second floor to her husband, Stephen J. Schop. Schop will use the space for his boutique real estate law firm.

Get an in-depth peek at a massive project going on underground in Niagara Falls, Ontario. For the past five years, 400 workers have been digging and cementing the six-mile Niagara Tunnel, which is 47 feet in diameter. The tunnel will allow Canada to increase the amount of energy it generates from the water.

The Earned Income Tax Credit was a boon for families and the local community this tax season. It brought $6.4 million in refund money this year. The Volunter Income Tax Assistance program (VITA) run throug the United Way and the University at Buffalo helped hundreds of people apply.
 

Who is getting hired, promoted and honored?

 

 

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