Carlton A. Ullrich Funeral Homes Inc. of Buffalo and Tonawanda has reached an agreement with the Lofty Oaks Association to participate in the state's Conservation and Reforestation program by planting one memorial tree for each service it conducts.
Joe Basil Chevrolet of Depew has been elected Western New York dealer for Iveco Trucks of North America Inc.
Tops Markets Inc. has taken first place in the corporate strategy division category of the National Apple Month promotion contest sponsored by the International Apple Institute.
Carborundum Co. of Niagara Falls has received a national "Outstanding Marketing Program Award" for its Fiberfrax pumpable advertising promotional campaign from the Business/Professional Advertising Association of St. Louis, Mo.
Paragon Advertising Inc., 220 Delaware Ave., has been named agency of record for Land O'Trees Nursery Inc. of Williamsville.
D. A. Elia Service Corp., 250 Delaware Ave., has announced that it is the apparent low bidder for a contract to erect a chain link fence at the Pfohl Brothers Landfill in the Town of Cheektowaga.
Trautman Associates, an architectural and engineering firm, has been awarded design contracts for two area governmental buildings.
One building project consists of consolidating several Chautauqua County government departments into one administration facility. The building, which will house offices for the Motor Vehicles, Social Services, Probation and Health departments, as well as Family and Surrogate Courts, will be located in Dunkirk's harbor and redevelopment area.
The other design project entails remodeling the rear one-story portion of the James F. Trott Office Complex, formerly Trott Vocational High School, in Niagara Falls. The Niagara Falls Access Center, which is temporarily located in the front of the complex, will move into rear offices after completion of the project.
Elan Foods Inc. of Buffalo has begun distribution of Elan Premium Frozen Yogurt throughout southeastern Florida. The company's distribution plan initially will focus on coastal markets from West Palm Beach to Miami.
The Consulting Engineers Council of New York State Inc. has announced that the following three area consulting engineering firms have submitted entries for its "1990 Engineering Excellence" awards competition: Malcolm Pirnie Inc. submitted its design of an "Alternate Technology System for Hazardous Wastes" for the Pennwalt Corp.'s Lucidol Division in Geneseo.
R & D Engineering and Land Surveying entered its "Inter-Community Water Transmission Main Project," which will suppply drinking water to the towns of Hanover, Evans and Brant and the villages of Silver Creek and Farnham, as well as the Cattaraugus Reservation of the Seneca Indian Nation.
Wendel Engineers submitted its "Sturgeon Point Marina Project," which consists of expanding and improving the deteriorated and underutilized existing marina facility.
Winners of the competition will be announced Feb. 5. The three best state projects will then be submitted to a national competition conducted by the American Consulting Engineers Council.