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Berardi Immigration Law Featured in Buffalo Law Journal

Berardi Immigration Law Featured in Buffalo Law Journal

 

On March 3, the Buffalo Law Journal featured Berardi Immigration Law in its weekly Small Firm Profile. The article provides a broad overview of our firm and our managing partner, Rosanna Berardi. 

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More than 200 Homes in Niagara Falls Without Water


Niagara Falls, NY – More than two-hundred homes in Niagara Falls do not have running water as of Wednesday night. That number could increase as the temperature falls overnight.

The only reason Rebecca Shea and her three children have running water is because her neighbors have allowed her landlord to hook up a hose connecting their water line to her house. It is the solution the Niagara Falls Water Board came up with.

"I should have running water. I shouldn't have to worry about that. It's just like when it starts getting really cold, you know, I'm like oh are the pipes going to freeze again?" says Shea.

Shea moved into her Royal Avenue home in Niagara Falls two years ago, and the water problems started almost right away.

Frozen water lines leave 200 without water in Falls


NIAGARA FALLS, N.Y.- About 200 homes are without water Wednesday evening because of frozen water lines.

Niagara Falls Mayor Paul Dyster says his meeting with emergency management teams, and should know more about why the water lines are frozen later this evening.

Anyone who needs water can go to any Niagara Falls firehouse to pick some up any time Wednesday night.

If you still have running water, the Niagara Falls Water Board is asking people to run a small steady stream of water from the tap until further notice to help keep the lines from freezing.


Exit 2 Bar & Grille to Host SPCA Benefit, St. Patty’s Day Festivities

Exit 2 Bar & Grille to Host SPCA Benefit, St. Patty’s Day Festivities

 

A Chili, Chowder & Soup Cook-off to benefit the SPCA Serving Erie County will take place from 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday, March 29, at Exit 2 Bar & Grille, 3191 Eggert Road, Tonawanda. 

A basket auction and a silent auction will be held during the event, with a guitar autographed by the Goo Goo Dolls featured in the silent auction. Other highlights of the event will include an open well bar, draft beer, live music by SoundProof and special guest judges! Tito’s Girls will also be on hand offering vodka samples. Tickets are just $25, or $10 for cook-off participants.

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Portions Of Niagara University Campus Approved As Tax-Free Zones

Portions Of Niagara University Campus Approved As Tax-Free Zones

Niagara University has received unanimous approval to have 24,409 square feet of its campus designated as a Start-Up NY tax-free zone.

The university will now seek to attract eligible businesses that support its academic mission and whose priorities align with the strategic investment areas determined by the Western New York Regional Economic Development Council.

Niagara Co. Legislature approves extra road salt funding


LOCKPORT, N.Y.- The Niagara County Legislature unanimously approved extra funding for road salt in the wake of this harsh winter.

The legislature voted to allocate an extra $150,000 to supplement the $275,000 the county already spent on road salt.

According to the legislature, the vendor for the county increased their prices this winter an additional $16 per ton.


Farmers & Artisans Offering Traditional Irish Fare for St. Patrick’s Day

Farmers & Artisans Offering Traditional Irish Fare for St. Patrick’s Day

 

One of Western New York’s favorite holidays — St. Patrick’s Day — is right around the corner, and Farmers & Artisans local food market and bakery is ready to help you celebrate!

For starters, Farmers & Artisans is now taking orders for fresh corned beef. The beef is raised locally at Librock Farms in Gasport, contains no hormones or antibiotics, and is brined using the secret recipe of Avenue Boys Smokehouse in Pendleton.  The corned beef sold out early last year so be sure to place your order soon.