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Commentary: Buffalo– A historical and architectural legacy

Showcasing significant wealth in its history, Buffalo has many interesting architectural masterpieces. The Dorsheimer House, Old County Hall and Buffalo City Hall represent three of the city’s unique points of reference. William Dorsheimer House In October 1868, William Dorsheimer, prominent ...

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Commentary: Buffalo– A historical and architectural legacy (9700)

Showcasing significant wealth in its history, Buffalo has many interesting architectural masterpieces. The Dorsheimer House, Old County Hall and Buffalo City Hall represent three of the city’s unique points of reference. William Dorsheimer House In October 1868, William Dorsheimer, prominent ...

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From church to office space, Ticor Building remains landmark

The Ticor Building, an Erie County purchase that cost nearly $1.4 million, raised a few eyebrows among some county legislators. But the historic downtown Buffalo landmark is now home to the administrative offices of the Eighth Judicial District. With the ...

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From church to office space, Ticor Building remains landmark (9676)

The Ticor Building, an Erie County purchase that cost nearly $1.4 million, raised a few eyebrows among some county legislators. But the historic downtown Buffalo landmark is now home to the administrative offices of the Eighth Judicial District. With the ...

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Site plan for building construction at center of copyright lawsuit

Is a site plan for a building construction project protectable under copyright law≠ The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit provided a review of the history and current state of copyright law in Albert Sparaco, Jr. v. Lawler, ...

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Assn. for Women Attys. celebrates anniversary with Habitat for Humanity project (9602)

The Greater Rochester Association for Women Attorneys is celebrating its 20th anniversary this year. In honor of its 20 years of service to the community, the organization is working with Flower City Habitat for Humanity. GRAWA volunteers will donate their ...

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Environmental impact of housing project requires further study, court determines (9552)

Citing Matter of Ferrari v. Town of Penfield Planning Bd., 181 AD2d 149, the New York Supreme Court, Appellate Division, Second Department rejected the East Hampton Town Board’s negative declaration, and remitted the matter to the Town Board for preparation ...

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Environmental impact of housing project requires further study, court determines

Citing Matter of Ferrari v. Town of Penfield Planning Bd., 181 AD2d 149, the New York Supreme Court, Appellate Division, Second Department rejected the East Hampton Town Board’s negative declaration, and remitted the matter to the Town Board for preparation ...

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