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February 13, 2013

Hotelier eyes Marriott for former Moore Business Forms site

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Niagara Gazette — Sue Langdon, director of project development at the NCIDA, said officials at her agency will discuss the terms of any tax break agreements for the project with officials from the city of Niagara Falls before moving forward. She indicated that the city has been supportive of the Patel family's efforts during the application process.

The board set a public hearing on Indian Ocean's application for 3:45 p.m., March 6 at Niagara Falls City Hall, 745 Main St. 

The hearing is a preliminary step in the formal approval process. The company's application will be considered for final approval by the board once public comments have been received. 

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