Niagara Gazette

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March 28, 2013

GUEST VIEW: Symposium was just start for Main Street, the Falls

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Niagara Gazette — One of the most important lessons learned from the symposium is that individuals, from within the city limits and beyond, are ready to challenge the status quo. Residents, both young and old, are ready to take the reins to see their vision through. Despite obvious challenges, there is momentum building every day. Residents are ready because this is our city, our Niagara Falls and we look forward to our new future.

Tom Lowe and Matt Green are both Niagara Falls residents.

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