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  • Paladino Back in the political Arena

    “Hello. It’s me again.”

    That’s how Buffalo’s Carl Paladino used to introduce radio ads blasting his target of the week. And after licking wounds for more than a year following his 2010 defeat for governor by Democrat Andrew Cuomo, Paladino is once again announcing his presence. In a conversation a few days ago with the Politics Column, the Buffalo developer sounded like his old rabble-rousing self.

    “I laid down for a year,” he said. “Now it’s time to pay the piper.” Read more ›

     
  • Paladino back in the political arena

    “Hello. It’s me again.”

    That’s how Buffalo’s Carl Paladino used to introduce radio ads blasting his target of the week. And after licking wounds for more than a year following his 2010 defeat for governor by Democrat Andrew Cuomo, Paladino is once again announcing his presence. In a conversation a few days ago with the Politics Column, the Buffalo developer sounded like his old rabble-rousing self.

    “I laid down for a year,” he said. “Now it’s time to pay the piper.” Read more ›

     
  • Kaleida Health Plans to Lease the Squier Mansion

    Kaleida Health is planning to move its Family Planning Center into the Squier Mansion at 1313 Main Street from its current location at 1001 Humboldt Parkway. Many will remember the mansion was a demolition candidate not long ago. In fact, demolition actually began before a stop order was approved. A portion of the exterior wall was knocked out, but thankfully the demolition was halted before extensive damage could occur.

    The building was built in the Italianate style around 1860 and survives as the only intact example of an Italianate mansion built on Main Street. It was originally known as the Robinson mansion, because it was built by Alanson Robinson, who later sold the property to George Squier. In 1886 the Squier family built an additional building to the rear of the mansion which no longer remains because it suffered fire and extensive roof damage. Read more ›

     
  • Tops Market one step closer

    SYRACUSE, N.Y. — Tops Supermarkets is a step closer to opening a store on the south side of Syracuse early next year. If approved, the proposed store will be located in Valley Plaza on South Salina Street.

    Tuesday, members of the Syracuse Industrial Development Agency approved the re-allocation of $275,000 in state funding. The re-allocation needs approval by the state and a public hearing will be scheduled next month.

    “We’re going to go back, asking to reallocate the money. We have every indication that will happen. And, there will be a $275,000 grant to the Tops project,” said William Ryan, SIDA Chairman. Read more ›

     
 
 
 
 
 

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