Tonawanda News — “At one point we were thinking of selling or leasing and for the moment, at least, that’s off the table.” he said. “What we’re going to tell them on Monday is that if they decide to go forward on a designation that it won’t limit our ability to use this location to provide service. Our primary concern is that the designation doesn’t hinder our ability to do that. We’re kind of eager to hear what they have to say.”
Marshall said it was in part the transfer station that helped form one of Buffalo’s many monikers, “The City of Light” and was also integral in shaping the Lumber City as an industrial hub with companies like Buffalo Bolt and American Steam.
“The significance of the building cannot be overstated,” he said.
The public hearing will be held at 6 p.m. Monday in the North Tonawanda Common Council chambers.