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On the Record / June 24, 2014


Hilbert College President Cynthia Zane was named to a new steering committee of college and university presidents that will assess the future of independent colleges. The Council of Independent Colleges has organized the 22-member panel to develop a plan that encourages independent colleges and universities to revitalize their missions and business models. The project, The Future of Independent Liberal Arts Colleges, is funded by the Lumina Foundation.


Hunt Real Estate ERA welcomed Kristin Lipinoga as a licensed real estate saleswoman to its Williamsville/Clarence branch. Lipinoga has a background in commercial and residential real estate development and marketing. She earned her master’s degree from Catholic University in Washington, D.C.


Lakelet Advisory Group managing director Michael R. Koeppel presented to a small group of restructuring experts belonging to the New York State Society of Certified Public Accountants about the root causes of business failures. The presentation discussed the challenges of turnarounds, predictive indicators that a business may fail and the importance of experienced management teams and understanding technological resources. Lakelet Advisory Group is a turnaround consulting group.

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Young Development officially unveiled its newest apartment community, Park Lane Villas Apartments, at 810 Union Road, West Seneca. The complex consists of one- and two-bedroom apartments, three-bedroom townhomes and two-bedroom patio homes.


Applied Fabric Technologies, Orchard Park, was awarded a $44,025 federal contract for oil containment booms from the U.S. Naval Supply Systems Command, Seal Beach, Calif.


Ford Gum’s Big League Chew, manufactured in Akron, was named the official bubblegum of Ripken Baseball, a sports entertainment company based in Baltimore.


The Margaret L. Wendt Foundation awarded a $75,000 grant to Heritage Centers’ Maryvale School for the construction of two front entrances to the building. The entrances will include air-locked, secured-door vestibules, as well as covered outdoor walkways to accommodate students with special needs who use wheelchairs. The Maryvale campus houses Heritage Centers’ school-age students with developmental disabilities ranging in age from 5 to 21 years.


Title: Micronized wood preservative formulations

No.: 8,747,909

Inventors: Leach, Robert M. (Grand Island); Zhang, Jun (Getzville)

Assignee: Osmose Inc. (Buffalo)

Date issued: June 10, 2014

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