This evening, at the Buffalo History Museum: March 19, 2014, don’t miss an important conversation on the future of Scajaquada Creek, and how ongoing changes are being addressed by experts, historians and decision makers. Are you concerned about the environmental impact on the creek, and how transportation and recreational ‘advancements’ will alter the course of the waterway? Then this is your chance to hear about the direction of present and ongoing planning efforts.
Thomas Herrera-Mishler/Olmsted; Councilmember Joseph Golombek.; Jill Jedlica/Buffalo Niagara Riverkeeper; Geoff Kelly/Artvoice Editor; Maria Whyte/EC Department of Environment & Planning; Bogdan Fundalinski/Historian; and Chuck Banas/New Millenium Group.
5:00 – 6:00 reception with wine & cheese, light snacks in NY State Court
5:00 – 6:00 Scajaquada Creek: Photos from the Black Rock Historic Photo Project on display in Community Gallery, second floor
6:00 Introductions by Tara Lyons, Buffalo History Museum and Mark Kubiniec, Grant Amherst Business Association
6:00 – 6:10 Historic overview of the creek, Bogdan Fundalinski, Auditorium
6:10 – Panel discussion moderated by Councilman Joseph Golombek
7:15 – Public Q & A
7:30ish – mingle….. public & panel
The event is sponsored by the Grant-Amherst Business Association, The Buffalo History Museum and North District Councilmember Joseph Golombek Jr.