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Posted on: December 1, 2021

Mayor Byron W. Brown's Daily Update 12-1-21

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Buffalo, NY - Mayor Byron W. Brown today thanked McKinley H.S. Career and Technical Education students for trimming the Christmas tree in the lobby of Buffalo City Hall.

 McKinley H.S. horticulture teacher Dan Robillard and nine of his students decorated the tree on Tuesday, November 30, continuing what’s become a tradition in bringing holiday cheer to the lobby for City Hall employees and visitors to enjoy.

 “Once again, Mr. Robillard and his students have done a beautiful job trimming the tree. This great partnership has allowed us to showcase the wonderful talents of our young people to all those who pass through the City Hall lobby during the Christmas season.

 This year’s tree features red bows, red flowers and sprigs of holly, accented by snowy strands of white.

 

The 2021 ‘Queen City Pop-Up Holiday Edition’ Continues at the Buffalo Hyatt Regency

 

The ‘Queen City Pop-Up Holiday Edition’ is open every day this week, featuring four start-up retailers, as well as a returning pop-up vendor, who are offering a variety of products for holiday shoppers. 

This season’s participating retailers are:

  • Grower’s Dream - candles, indoor gardening supplies and aroma therapy blends
  • House of Pressed - skincare and haircare supplies
  • Our Realiteez - t-shirts, hoodies and crewnecks
  • Soaring with Creations - handmade jewelry, home décor and glassware
  • Baskets By Regina - handmade gift baskets

The holiday pop-up will be open today through Friday, December 3, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. and on Saturday, December 4, from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m.

The vendors are located on the first floor of the Buffalo Hyatt Regency, located in the 500 block of Main Street at 2 Fountain Plaza, across from the Starbucks kiosk.

Allen Street Traffic Alert

The westbound lane of Allen Street, between Delaware and Elmwood Avenues, from 7 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., will be closed weekdays as Phase II of the Allen Street Complete project gets underway.

The detour route is Delaware Avenue to Virginia Street to Elmwood Avenue.

The eastbound lane will remain open to vehicular traffic, and sidewalks on both sides of Allen Street will remain open during the utility phase of work. There will also be ‘No Parking’ zones on both sides of Allen Street from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. while work continues.

Recycle for the Holidays!

It’s not too early to start your holiday recycling efforts. Remember to recycle all those cardboard boxes your gift purchases arrive in and any paper they are in by putting the materials in your green curbside recycling tote.

Plastic wrapping, Styrofoam and other non-recyclable materials should be disposed of separately. Here’s a guide to help make holiday recycling easier:

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