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Len-Co opening Tonawanda store, Westwood CC may have a deal, and Tops expands...

From Business Today:

Len-Co Lumber, the popular local lumber and hardware company, is opening a new store on Delaware Avenue in the Town of Tonawanda in the Premier Liquor building. Len-Co bought the property this week, on the same day Premier bought a site on Maple Road in Amherst, where it is building a new store. It seems fitting that a locally owned company would buy the building from the locally owned Premier. And for the folks in the Kenmore area, having a Len-Co nearby will be a huge benefit.

The board of the Westwood Country Club has voted to accept a purchase offer from the company that runs the restaurant in the Amherst club. Windows on the Green was selected over two other offers, but the club's 88 shareholders must now vote on the offer, and that could be a contentious vote. The Windows on the Green offer is being directed by John R. Yurtchuk, president of Matrix Development, and Jon Cohen and Todd Sugarman, co-owners of the club restaurant. Offers from Paul Snyder's Snyder Corp. and a group called Amherst Golf Partners, were not selected. All the offers pledged to keep the club open.

Tops Friendly Markets continues to grow. The company announced it is buying Furnal's Fresh Market in Hilton, near Rochester.

Who is  getting hired, promoted or honored?

 

  

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