Could it be the Leprechaun?
Come up the front stairs to the second floor of City Hall, and you'll be impressed by the shiny floors.
But as you continue walking around the second floor, at some point you'll notice the entire second-floor walkway isn't shiny. In fact, some of it is dull.
What's going on?
Seems the floor leading to and on the side in front of the mayor's office got a special cleaning in preparation for the annual St. Patrick's Day brunch held in the mayor's office.
But this shiny cleaning didn't extend throughout the second floor. The rest seems to have gotten a routine dull cleaning.
Lots going on in City Hall Wednesday in honor of Women's History Month.
First, Mayor Brown recognized many of the women attending the event, including business women honored during the ceremony.
Then, the lobby of City Hall became a boutique, with women-owned businesses selling everything from scarves and jewelry to purses and creams.
The mayor was spotted buying a purse for his wife, Michelle.
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Today's calendar items
Buffalo Urban Renewal Agency meetings this morning.
City Preservation Board meets this afternoon. Agenda items includes historic buildings on Sycamore Street as well as the High Street corridor.
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