NEWS FLASH: Campaign for Greater Buffalo History, Architecture & Culture has announced a public meeting on how the Trico Plant can be saved. It is scheduled for Tuesday, March 27 from 6:00-7:30pm at the historic Promised Land Baptist church at Mulberry and High Street in the Fruitbelt. SAVE THE DATE!
Speakers include Ellicott District Councilmember Darius Pridgen, architect and Campaign for Greater Buffalo President Paul McDonnell, “Trico Baby,” preservationist, and small business expert Susan McCartney, real estate development expert Eric Lander, and Campaign Executive Director Tim Tielman. Learn how and why Trico Plant No. 1 must be saved, and how it can meet the needs of the Fruitbelt, Allentown and downtown, as well as the medical campus.
Imagine a supermarket, art gallery, day care, street-level retail shops, offices, and educational and medical facilities, all in a cool, historic, iconic Buffalo building at the nexus of four neighborhoods! Then join us on the 27th! TOGETHER, WE SHALL WIN.
For more information, please visit – http://greaterbuffalo.blogs.com/
Preservation Buffalo Niagara has yet to release the new date of their previously postponed educational public meeting.