Taylor Devices Inc. will continue to support its stock price in the new year by buying up its shares in the open market from time to time.
The North Tonawanda shock absorber manufacturer said its board has authorized spending an additional $135,000 in 2000 to buy up its stock.
Some $90,000 also remains to be spent from a previous $225,000 authorization, it said.
The stock closed Thursday at $2.68 3/4 , up 6 1/4 cents.
Chiropractic office dedicated
Chiropractor Anthony M. Caruso has opened his new office at 2577 Sheridan Drive, Town of Tonawanda, dedicating the building in the memory of Timothy M. Goff, the Kenmore volunteer firefighter who died in the line of duty in May 1997. A plaque in the lobby will memorialize Goff.