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PBN to hold public meeting on Trico


Despite the increasing amount of local media coverage, there are still more questions than answers swirling around Trico Plant #1. Here’s a public meeting, organized by Preservation Buffalo Niagara, that may help:

Educational Public Meeting re: Trico Plant #1 Building  

Please join us on Tuesday, March 13th, at 6:00 p.m. at the First Presbyterian Church on Symphony Circle for a public meeting regarding the current status of the Trico Plant #1 Building.  The meeting will begin promptly at 6:00 p.m.

Frank Kowsky, Architectural Historian and Professor, will give a short presentation on the history of the National Register designated building.  Tom Yots, Executive Director of Preservation Buffalo Niagara, will discuss the option of a reuse study for the building and support of the regulatory process.      

Question & Answer period with:
-Elizabeth Martin, State Historic Preservation Office
-Tom Yots, Preservation Buffalo Niagara
-Frank Kowsky, Historian
-Martin Wachadlo, Historian   

Representatives from the City of Buffalo, Buffalo Preservation Board, BNMC and other local organizations have been invited to attend.    

Tuesday, March 13, 6:00 p.m. First Presbyterian Church, One Symphony Circle, Buffalo
. Please park on the surrounding streets (free after 5pm)
instead of in the First Presbyterian Church parking lot. 

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