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This year, two big Buffalo holiday events – the Turkey Trot and World's Largest Disco – are dealing with an uninvited guest: Covid-19.
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All sides want the same thing: The Bills playing in Western New York over the next few decades in a newly built venue. But even if everyone involved wants to make that happen, it's tough to pull off.
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That timeline – a year earlier than previously projected – is possible should the Buffalo Bills and New York State quickly reach an agreement for the construction of a proposed $1.4 billion venue in Orchard Park.
Owners and executives from the NFL’s 32 teams were briefed on the status of the Bills’ negotiations with government officials for public funding to construct a stadium in Orchard Park for a projected $1.4 billion.
Terry Pegula learned that his daughter Jessica’s tennis coach tested positive for Covid-19. Pegula and the coach attended Jessica’s wedding last Friday.
The pandemic has transformed our way of thinking about health year-round, but especially in the late fall and winter.
“Science is not built on a single study,” said Sumit Chanda, an infectious diseases expert at Scripps Research and a Williamsville native. “It’s built on a body of work that is done by multiple, independent people and labs that build a consensus around our understanding.”
Duffy, who represented the Cuomo administration in negotiations one decade ago for the Buffalo Bills’ current lease, isn’t jarred by the projected $1.4 billion price tag for a new stadium in Orchard Park.