Sunday, November 14, 2010

Public Meeting: Buffalo Land Use & Zoning

The City of Buffalo is working to revamp its city-wide land use and zoning regulations. The resulting “Buffalo Green Code” will guide the character of future development for years to come. It aims to grow our economy, protect our environment, preserve the natural and cultural heritage of our city, and build great neighborhoods. Because it will have a comprehensive and long-lasting impact, Mayor Brown is committed to making this effort open and accessible to all citizens.

We will begin the work by listening to citizens about their hopes for the future of Buffalo. Please plan to participate in one of the three city-wide conversations, each held at
7:00pm – 8:45pm, on the following dates and locations:
  1. Tuesday, November 16, Buffalo Museum of Science, 1020 Humboldt Parkway, Buffalo [Map]
  2. Wednesday November 17, Bennett High School, 2885 Main St, Buffalo [Map]
  3. Thursday, November 18, Tosh Collins Community Center, 35 Cazenovia St, Buffalo [Map]
Getting it right means making sure it works for you. And we can’t do that without you. So, join us in making our vision for the future a reality. Also, please help spread the word about the meetings around town.

On behalf of Mayor Byron W. Brown, I thank you for your time and I look forward to seeing you at an upcoming event.


Robert Shibley

To see a newsletter for more details, click here.

To visit the Buffalo Green Code
website, click here.

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