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- MAYOR AND SUPERINTENDENT ANNOUNCE SCHOOL SAFETY AND SECURITY PLAN
- Mayor Byron W. Brown and Superintendent James A. Williams today announced a comprehensive joint plan to address safety and security in the Buffalo Public Schools. Highlights of the ...
- SCHOOL OPENS WITH 5 RECONSTRUCTED BUILDINGS AND 2 NEW SCHOOLS
- Buffalo opened the academic year with five completely reconstructed buildings and two brand new schools. The five new schools; Waterfront School; School 37 Futures Academy; School 82 Early Childhood Center; School 91 BUILD Academy; and School 94 West Hertel Academy are the first of the buildings completed in Phase II of the District’s $1 billion reconstruction project.
- MAYOR ANNOUNCES PIEROGI CONTEST WINNERS
- Mayor Byron W. Brown today announced the winning contestants from the City of Buffalo’s first-ever “Pierogi Pride” event, which was held on Friday, August 25th in Niagara Square. The contest was part of the city’s overall effort to be designated ...
- MAYOR BROWN TARGETS BLIGHTED PROPERTIES
- Mayor Byron W. Brown today led personnel of various city departments in a clean-up effort of targeted blighted properties in the city’s Masten District. Masten District Councilmember Antoine Thompson and representatives of the ...
- MAYOR BROWN PRESENTS SPECIAL AWARD
- Mayor Byron W. Brown today presented Mr. Terry Thompson with a City of Buffalo Sanitation Department shirt and pronounced him “Sanitation Worker for a Day” for the City of Buffalo. Mr. Thompson is a ...
- MAYOR BROWN ANNOUNCES OPERATION STRIKE FORCE
- Mayor Byron W. Brown and Police Commissioner H. McCarthy Gipson today announced the formation of a special Police Department unit, functioning as Operation Strike Force that is designed to target and eliminate areas of high crime.
- TWO ARRESTS MADE IN THE MISSING PARKING METERS CASE
- Mayor Byron W. Brown and Police Commissioner H. McCarthy Gipson today announced the arrest of two Buffalo men in connection with the stolen parking meters in the City of Buffalo. A total of 142 meters were stolen. Police say drugs were the motive.