Construction to restore the area between Main Street and Elmwood Avenue began today. This project will help restore the Scajacquada Creek and its surrounding areas. Mayor Brown added “This important environmental project will enhance the visitor experience in Forest Lawn Cemetery, along the shores of Hoyt Lake, and Mirror Lake’s Japanese Garden, behind the Buffalo History Museum. The garbage, debris, and related odors will be gone.”
- Buffalo Sewer presents at Water Environment Federation’s Annual Technical Exhibition & Conference.
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- Buffalo Sewer Authority General Manager Oluwole ‘OJ’ McFoy Elected to Board of National Association of Clean Water Agencies
- Buffalo Sewer Authority receives Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting
- Scajacquada Creek Cleaning Causes Off-ramp Closing