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Scajaquada Creek Needs Your Help

Have
you noticed a foul smell emerging out of Scajaquada Creek?  That smell is cause by the massive amounts
of pollution, resulting in a build up of sludge that is clogging the river.

It
has become one of Buffalo’s most suffering waterways because of pollution and lack
of public access, which has caused the loss of the habitat in the area.  What could cause the
Scajaquada Creek to lose its natural beauty and become a polluted
waterway?

How
can something like this be fixed? 
What is needed to take care of it? 
Why is it so important to take care of the area?  What exactly are the problems that even
need to be fixed? 

If
you come to a meeting convened by
Buffalo Niagara Riverkeeper, Buffalo Olmsted
Parks Conservancy
, Black Rock
Riverside Good Neighbors Planning Alliance
and Grant Amherst
Business Association you will find out the answers to all of these questions
and more.

If
you have passion for correcting the former asset to the area and restoring its
beauty, this meeting is something you have to attend.  It will take place on July 15th at 6:00PM in McKinley High
School cafeteria at 1500 Elmwood Avenue.

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