A development team has proposed an apartment complex along Hertel Avenue between Starin and Wallace. Business First reports the plan is for a pair of three-story buildings with nine apartments each and perhaps first-floor retail space. The Buffalo Planning Board is expected to review the project today. Construction could start later this year.
Baschmann Services of Elma has been named an authorized distributor of Anaconda USA. Baschmann is a family-owned equipment distributorship with a full line of products for the earthmoving and excavation industries, as well as the aggregate industry.
At tonight's Major League All-Star Game in Minnesota, Delaware North will be debuting more than it's self-serve beer station concept. Also new to the roster will be a lobster corn dog, a bratdog and the "hangover" burger. The burger has ground beef and bacon, with two slices of American cheeses, a sunny-side egg and special sauce, all on a brioche bun. Delaware North expects to sell more than 2,000 pounds of peanuts, 3,200 gallons of soft drinks and water, 4,000 nacho orders, and 1,200 steak sandwiches tonight.