Thursday, March 23, 2017 – Rich Atrium on Niagara Street
Buffalo did it! A new, innovative, urban and green future for our city!
We saved a large green open space on the Outer Harbor! We helped preserve the character of our neighborhoods like the Fruit Belt and Elmwood. We have a shared vision that brings clarity to development in all our neighborhoods and waterfronts. We can stop zoning by variance and exception!
00:00 - 02:17 – Welcome by Sam MaGavern, Executive Director for the Partnership for the Public Good and Nicole Matteson, Our Outer Harbor Coalition member
02:18 - 06:38 – Mayor Byron Brown
06:39 - 10:00 – New York State Assembly Member Sean Ryan
10:01 - 13:26 – Buffalo Common Council Member David Rivera
13:27 - 15:28 – Buffalo Common Council Member Christopher P. Scanlon
15:29 - 17:17 – Buffalo Common Council Member Joel P. Feroleto
17:18 - 19:21 – Nicole Matteson, Our Outer Harbor Coalition member (reading a statement by Erie Canal Harbor Development Corporation and Robert Gioia)
19:22 - 27:00 – Our Outer Harbor Coalition member Lynda Schneekloth
27:01 - 28:56 – Our Outer Harbor Coalition member Jay Burney (with video)
Co-Hosted by New York State Assembly Member Sean Ryan and Buffalo Common Council Member David Rivera
Sponsored by Our Outer Harbor Coalition, Western New York Environmental Alliance, Green Works Buffalo Niagara, 21st Century Park on the Outer Harbor, Signity Financial, and many other organizations.