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Buffalo-Niagara Region

Welcome to the new layout of the Regional Report section. As you turn the pages, you will notice that this section focuses on a geographic region, and three particular areas: people, projects and policies. Our goal is to provide you with a brief overview of the green developments that are taking place on brownfield sites, the innovative polices and legislative changes that are being implemented in the states and provinces, and to highlight the market-makers that are making sustainable development happen. We hope you find the information useful and informative. In this issue, we take a closer look at the Buffalo-Niagara region. The history of this region is rich with innovation, extending back to the early nineteenth century. The region’s origins as a thriving transportation and industrial center exemplify what Buffalo has become today: a longstanding home to creativity, culture and design. The largest undertaking of its time in American…Log In to Read Full Article

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Buffalo-Niagara Region: People

William Murdock: Director of the Urban Development Division of Ohio Dept. of Development. Overseeing the popular Clean Ohio Fund brownfield grant program and revolving loan fund from USEPA, Murdock looks to further the division’s mission to boost economic initiatives pertaining to sustainability, revitalization, and overall viability within communities. David Flynn:… Read more

Buffalo-Niagara Region: Policies

OHIO Clean Ohio Fund. On November 4, 2008, Ohio voters will have the opportunity to expand the Clean Ohio Fund. Highlights: plan is to sell $400 million in bonds ($200 million of which will be allocated for brownfield development and $200 million for greenspace and farmland development). SB 221. In… Read more

Buffalo-Niagara Region: Projects

Steelyard Commons Retail Center (Ohio) Located on the western side of the Cuyahoga River and commonly referred to as the “Industrial Valley,” the site was formerly home to the Cleveland Rolling Mill Company, the No. 2 Finishing Mill, and Wean Pori. The site consisted of industrial fill, slag, and various… Read more



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