Niagara Gazette


February 19, 2014

EDITORIAL: Chimney should stand tall in the city


Niagara Gazette — There have several efforts over the years to have the chimney moved but they’ve all come up short. This time is a bit different, though.

Mayor Paul Dyster said the time is right to see the project through and that he believes no one involved would want the chimney to be crated and stored. He said New York State Parks and the New York Power Authority lent support to the project last week.

It’s definitely looking like the time is right for the Old Stone Chimney to rise again — in a spot more befitting its historical status.

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