• Paladino endorses DiCarlo’s bid against Saland for NY 41

    Carl Paladino, the failed 2010 Republican gubernatorial candidate, endorsed Neil Di Carlo today in his GOP primary bid against Sen. Stephen Saland, R-Poughkeepsie, NY 41.

    Paladino said in a news release that Saland “has been in office for 32 years while our state has continued to slide into the abyss. He is not part of the solution. He is part of the problem. He is a RHINO Republican who, during the past year, was complicit with Cuomo and Silver in deceiving the people with a contrived $10 billion budget deficit and a tax reform bill that was in fact a tax-increase bill.” Read more ›

     
  • PALADINO ENDORSES DIPIETRO FOR STATE ASSEMBLY

    (BUFFALO, NY) – Buffalo businessman Carl Paladino announced today that he supports David

    DiPietro for the New York State Assembly. DiPietro, a small businessman from East Aurora,

    announced his campaign for the 147’h Assembly District in January, pledging to be a

    “conservative voice for Western New York” in Albany. Read more ›

     
  • Amherst fast-tracks $15 million complex

    A $15 million luxury apartment-hotel-retail project — the first of its kind in the region — was fast-tracked by the Amherst Town Board on Monday night. The 4.6-acre development will feature a 105-room Staybridge Suites hotel and two other buildings with first-floor retail and 42 luxury apartments.

    The development, dubbed “University Place,” would be located just west of the University at Buffalo, between Sweet Home and Rensch roads, next door to the 600-bed Villas at Rensch student housing development under construction for opening this fall.

    If all goes as planned, the mixed-use project would be completed by summer 2013, said project developers. Faced with no objections from neighboring property owners, the board unanimously approved rezoning for the project Monday and waived its usually one-meeting waiting period.

    Assuming no unanticipated road blocks, University Place will be the first mixed-use project of its kind to gain traction since the spectacularfailure of the gun club project on Maple Road.

    Like that project, this one is expected to take advantage of its proximity to the the UB campus, which is a 5- to 10-minute walk from the site.

    Aside from the six-story hotel anchoring the west end of the site, two other four-story buildings comprising a total of 80,000 square feet would feature first-floor restaurant and retail space, with luxury apartments on the upper floors.

    “The target market for these 42 apartments is young professionals, faculty and staff at UB,” said lawyer, Sean Hopkins, who represented Ellicott Development Co. and Bevilacqua Development on this project. “We are very confident there is ample demand already in place for those units.”

    The apartments would each be 1,400 to 1,550 square feet, featuring two bedrooms and two baths, and rent for $1,550 to $1,850 per month, Hopkins said. These apartments and the first-floor retail and restaurant tenants would be constructed by Bevilacqua Development. Bevilacqua was also responsible for the development of the “Commons on North French.” Read more ›

     
  • Paladino For Di Carlo

    Carl Paladino, the failed 2010 Republican gubernatorial candidate, endorsed Neil Di Carlo today in his GOP primary bid against Sen. Stephen Saland, R-Poughkeepsie.

    Paladino said in a news release that Saland “has been in office for 32 years while our state has continued to slide into the abyss. He is not part of the solution. He is part of the problem. He is a RHINO Republican who, during the past year, was complicit with Cuomo and Silver in deceiving the people with a contrived $10 billion budget deficit and a tax reform bill that was in fact a tax-increase bill.” Read more ›

     
  • Carl Paladino Endorses Neil Di Carlo for State Senate

    It is time that the citizens ofthe 41st Senate District have a State Senator who shares their values and een deliver a more responsive state government at a much lower cost.

    Families need relief from the burdensome taxes and regulations mandated by the Albany establishment, which is hell bent on putting en the backs of taxpayers the unending costs of obnoxious entitlement programs designed to invite every freeloading Tom, Dick and Harry from out of state to New York just to advance a permanent Democrat majority. Read more ›

     
 
 
 
 
 

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