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- Mayor Brown Celebrates City's 175th Birthday, Rededicates City Hall
- Mayor Byron W. Brown today participated in Buffalo Old Home Week events that commemorated the City of Buffalo’s 175th birthday.
- Mayor Honors Restaurants for Offering Healthy Options at Taste of Buffalo
- Mayor Byron W. Brown with the Independent Health Foundation on Friday honored Taste of Buffalo restaurants for their efforts in providing a Healthy Option for this year’s food festival, July 7-8 in downtown Buffalo.
- The City of Buffalo Partners With Re-Tree WNY for Reforestation Efforts
- The City of Buffalo will partner with Re-Tree WNY this fall to continue ongoing reforestation efforts in the City of Buffalo. Re-Tree WNY was formed shortly after the 2006 October Surprise storm, with the goal of planting 30,000 trees throughout WNY over the next five years to replace those that were lost as a result of the storm.
- Mayor Brown Announces Block Party Permit Fees Waived for National Night Out Against Crime
- Mayor Byron W. Brown today announced that fees for block party permits issued by the City of Buffalo will again be waived for National Night Out Against Crime on Tuesday, August 7, 2007. This is the 24th year for the event.
- Applications Now Available For Fall Session of City of Buffalo's Citizens' Participation Academy
- Mayor Byron W. Brown has announced that applications for the Mayor’s Citizens’ Participation Academy initiative are now available for interested citizens. Classes for the Fall Session are scheduled to begin on September 11, 2007.
- Mayor Brown Hails Federal Delegation's Efforts to Support Funding for Buffalo Projects
- Mayor Byron W. Brown today praised the members of the City of Buffalo’s Federal Legislative Delegation for securing critically important federal funding for several City initiatives that was approved by the Senate and House Appropriations Committees.
- Mayor Brown Announces Livable Communities Grant Program
- Mayor Byron W. Brown today announced the Mayor’s Division of Citizen Services is accepting applications for funding through the Mayor’s Livable Communities Grant Program, sponsored by Citizen’s Bank.