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Buffalo Business Report - Tuesday, September 17th 2013

The ECIDA approved a tax abatement package for food company Wythe Will Tzetzo's planned move to the new North Youngmann Commerce Center.  The $18.7 million project will bring the company's headquarters here from Virginia.  The ECIDA also approved its 2014 budget, which is $109,000 more than the previous year's budget.

Bistro Europa's owners are seeking Buffalo Planning Board approval to move to a larger space.  That site would be the former Golden Key Tavern on Connecticut Street, which they bought for $263,000.

The Made In America Store will add a location in the Eastern Hills Mall.  Owner Mark Andol says it will open in time for this holiday season between Sears and The Bon Ton.

For the 5th consecutive year, Basil Toyota has earned the Toyota Motor Sales USA Incorporated's President's Award for outstanding sales and service.

Buffalo's Turner Construction has completed a $27 million capital improvement project at Holley Central Schools.

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