Niagara Gazette — Those projects will help to set up a situation where private sector investment will begin to build in the city, he added.
“When those things start to move there’s a momentum that builds there beyond, maybe, what you could anticipate just looking at the pieces where the city and state are the main shakers and movers,” Dyster said. “I think we’re getting there. There’s like a tipping point. I don’t know if we’re past it but we’re certainly approaching it.”Contact reporter Justin Sondel at 282-2311, ext. 2257