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The Council and Mayor Byron Brown's administration have been in conflict for about a year over speed camera enforcement in school zones.
The Common Council and Brown's administration have been in conflict for about a year over speed camera enforcement in school zones.
The payouts are part of 13 personal injury and general litigation settlements totaling $300,000 that the city’s Law Department presented Tuesday to the Common Council’s Claims Committee.
Council President Darius G. Pridgen said the Council’s action was appropriate, and the Council is awaiting Brown's action.
Common Council Member Christopher Scanlon wants the city to include coverage of IVF and fertility preservation treatments in health care benefits for city employees.
Workers with FreeTHEMWalk set up at a City Hall rally Saturday to kick off the 902-mile trek along the Underground Railroad to raise awareness…
900-mile trek, ending in Buffalo on Juneteenth, is intended to raise awareness about human trafficking, which RAMP Global Missions founder Kelly Galloway says is modern-day slavery.
Mayor Byron W. Brown's “Post-Pause” prosperity plan relies on about $50.4 million of the federal funds the city will receive through President Biden's stimulus package.
Buffalo can take steps now to establish a civilian review board to investigate allegations of police misconduct, according to the New York State Attorney General's Office.
Army veteran Paul Woods earned three Bronze Stars and a Philippine Liberation Medal for his military service in the Pacific Theater.