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January 6, 2013

Niagara River Chamber settling in to new space


Niagara Gazette — "We had to do some work in the upstairs," she said. "We're still getting everything situated, and we ordered some new signage for out front. But we're fully operational here, now that Christmas and New year's are done."

Reuniting the chamber with the village was a goal of Collesano's administration. Like Pauly, he said the match between the two is a perfect one, a major reason the board agreed to offer the chamber the space in the first place.

"It's something we've strived for for several years now," Collesano said. "I believe this is a win-win situation. They're helping the village cut our costs and we're helping the chamber. Plus, I think it's a better presence for the chamber to be in front of village.

"It's a benefit to us both. I think it's going to work out fine, I'm sure."

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