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Buffalo Business Report - Friday, August 30th 2013

The run up to Labor Day has led to a run up in local average gas prices.  The AAA reports a gallon of unleaded costs $3.84 here, down two cents from a month ago but a full quarter more than the national average of $3.59.

The owner of the former Tzetzo Brothers Incorporated will build a brand new warehouse in Tonawanda's Mud Flats development park on Two Mile Creek Road.  The $17 million center will be constructed by Zaepful Development Company and eventually bring an additional 25 jobs.

Business First reports ECC is continuing with plans for a $30 million STEM building off Youngs Road in Amherst.  The college will also begin to consolidate its offerings, with high-tech and health science degree programs at ECC North, workforce development at ECC City and a communications hub at ECC South.

A new network of OB/GYN Centers operated by Women & Children's Hospital includes six centers; three of those will open this fall.  For more details, follow this link.

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