Niagara Gazette — Build up downtown. Build the buildings tall, high enough for the high-end customers to get the penthouse view of the Falls they so crave.
Whatever you do, don't build high-rise monstrosities next to the water.
That's the lower-rent district, the place where families who can't afford the upper floors should be allowed to take their kids so they can breath it up and take it all in.
Moses' four-lane, gorge-front highway — while convenient for some — disconnected this community from its most vital resource for decades.
The state of New York is finally about to give part of it back.
When the work's finally done, let residents and visitors enjoy the finished product the way nature intended — outdoors, without paved roads or concrete walls.