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Buffalo Business Report - Thursday, January 16th 2014

J. W. Danforth Co. has expanded into the Albany area with the acquisition of Tougher Industries Enterprises LLC.  No monetary terms were made public.

Upstate Shredding- Ben Weitsman has acquired the assets of Hornell Waste Material Co. of Hornell.

Through Mill Race Commons LLC, developer Howard Zemsky has bought a vacant parcel on Seneca Street.  The cost was $300,000, paid to former owner AmeriPride Services.   This new purchase is just north of the Larkin at Exchange Building, also owned by Zemsky.

Directors of the Niagara County Industrial Development Agency approved an incentive package for a proposed Village of Youngstown project.  Business First reports the $3.4 million project involves razing the former Youngstown Cold Storage facility and replacing it with a 30-unit, market-rate apartment complex.  

The Erie County Agricultural Society was recognized as an award winner in Ag Promotion from the New York State Agricultural Society at the 182nd Annual Meeting and AgForum for Ag education with the Farm 2 Table program. 

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