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March 18, 2013

No rise in Village of Lewiston budget, water numbers

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Niagara Gazette — Alternative three is believed to be the most expensive of the three choices presented by state officials at a meeting last month, with a total price tag of $52 million. But it leaves large portions of the parkway intact between Findlay Drive in the city and Center Street. Between Main Street and Findlay Drive would be removed in favor of redesigning Whirlpool Street.

The Niagara County Legislature is expected to make an endorsement of the same alternative at its meeting at 7 p.m. tonight, which Lewiston Village Board members said they will carpool to from village hall to attend. The meeting will be held at 175 Hawley St., Lockport.

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