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Lackawanna NY - City Government Mayor Annette Iafallo https://www.facebook.com/aiafallo ABOUT THE CITY OF LACKAWANNA: Lackawanna is a culturally diverse city of nearly 18,000 located on the shores of Lake Erie, just south of the City of Buffalo.

Lackawanna offers attractive economic development options for new and expanding businesses, including those associated with state and county partnership efforts to redevelop the former Bethlehem Steel site as a commerce park for clean manufacturing and distribution, as well as city-owned and private land parcels – all conveniently located near well-established and accessible NYS Thruway, rail and

Lackawanna offers attractive economic development options for new and expanding businesses, including those associated with state and county partnership efforts to redevelop the former Bethlehem Steel site as a commerce park for clean manufacturing and distribution, as well as city-owned and private land parcels – all conveniently located near well-established and accessible NYS Thruway, rail and

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CHECK OUT WHAT'S HAPPENING AT THE LACKAWANNA PUBLIC LIBRARY IN OCTOBERWith the fall and school seasons now in full swing...
10/06/2021

CHECK OUT WHAT'S HAPPENING AT THE LACKAWANNA PUBLIC LIBRARY IN OCTOBER

With the fall and school seasons now in full swing, the Lackawanna Public Library is continuing their great lineup of programs and activities for kids and adults during the month of October. Attached below are the library's current monthly newsletter and program flyers. Click the images to learn more about what's happening at the library this month.

The fall operating hours for the Lackawanna Public Library, located at 560 Ridge Road, are listed in the newsletter image below. Please share this information with those who don't follow this page or social media. Thank you!

SUCCESSFUL VACCINE CLINIC HELD TODAY AT THE LACKAWANNA SENIOR CENTER Many Lackawanna residents came out to the Senior Ce...
10/05/2021

SUCCESSFUL VACCINE CLINIC HELD TODAY AT THE LACKAWANNA SENIOR CENTER

Many Lackawanna residents came out to the Senior Center on Martin Road for today’s Vaccine Clinic sponsored by Mayor Annette Iafallo and Rite Aid Pharmacy. Participants were able to receive flu, pneumonia and shingles shots at today’s clinic, which ran from 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

Thanks to Mayor Iafallo, the Rite Aid Pharmacy staff and Senior Center Director Michelle Baldelli and the Senior Center team for making today’s clinic possible ... and to all those who came out to receive their vaccine shots. The clinic was well-run and a great success!

Y on the Fly Program Returning to Lackawanna at the Willie Cotton CenterWe're happy to announce that after a successful ...
10/01/2021

Y on the Fly Program Returning to Lackawanna at the Willie Cotton Center

We're happy to announce that after a successful inaugural summer season at Taggert Playground, the YMCA's 'Y on the Fly' mobile youth activities program has returned to Lackawanna at the Willie Cotton Center, 52 Gates Avenue.

The indoor version of this popular new program started on Saturday, September 25 and will run every other Saturday until the end of the current school year. See the flyer below for more information. Help spread the word!

Y on the Fly Program Returning to Lackawanna at the Willie Cotton Center

We're happy to announce that after a successful inaugural summer season at Taggert Playground, the YMCA's 'Y on the Fly' mobile youth activities program has returned to Lackawanna at the Willie Cotton Center, 52 Gates Avenue.

The indoor version of this popular new program started on Saturday, September 25 and will run every other Saturday until the end of the current school year. See the flyer below for more information. Help spread the word!

LACKAWANNA CITY COUNCIL – REGULAR BUSINESS MEETING AGENDA / MONDAY, OCTOBER 4, 2021 http://lackawannany.gov/wp-content/u...
10/01/2021

LACKAWANNA CITY COUNCIL – REGULAR BUSINESS MEETING AGENDA / MONDAY, OCTOBER 4, 2021http://lackawannany.gov/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/CA_2021-10-01.pdf

City Council meetings have returned to REMOTE ZOOM FORMAT ONLY effective with this October 4 meeting …. click the images below for more information.

A Message from Mayor Annette Iafallo - Lackawanna Approves Sale of Nearly 4-Acre Development Site to FlexlumeI have grea...
09/29/2021

A Message from Mayor Annette Iafallo - Lackawanna Approves Sale of Nearly 4-Acre Development Site to Flexlume

I have great news to share! The Lackawanna City Council has approved the sale of 1 Albright Court in the First Ward to Flexlume Sign Company for $100,000. Flexlume plans to construct a new 20,000 square foot manufacturing/office facility on this nearly 4-acre site and relocate its entire 20-person operation to Lackawanna from its City of Buffalo location at 1464 Main Street, where the company has operated for over 75 years.

Flexlume is a leading designer, manufacturer and installer of facility signage for clients ranging from Fortune 500 companies to small businesses. Some of their major local projects include those for the Buffalo Bills and Buffalo Sabres, Erie County Medical Center, Tesla, banks including M&T, Bank on Buffalo and Northwest Savings, Harborcenter Marriott and Shea’s Performing Arts Center.

Flexlume's new $2 million development project, which is expected to start in the next few months pending site plan approval, includes plans for approximately 10 additional jobs once their operations are fully relocated in the fourth quarter of 2022. This project will add to the $74.5 million in development projects we already have underway in Lackawanna and be the city’s first new multimillion-dollar development project outside of the Erie County-owned Renaissance Commerce Park located at the former Bethlehem Steel site.

Flexlume’s selection of Lackawanna for its new manufacturing and office complex is further evidence that my administration's plan for re-establishing Lackawanna as an attractive destination for companies looking to locate or expand light manufacturing, warehousing and distribution operations IS working. New jobs and revenues ARE coming to Lackawanna, which WILL bring tax relief and other benefits to property owners in the near future.

Attached below is an Albright Court parcel fact sheet - click the image to view at full size. The complete press announcement, which is being covered by local media including the Buffalo News and Buffalo Business First, can be viewed on the city website athttp://lackawannany.gov/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/Lackawanna-Flexlume-Albright-Court-Release-FINAL-9-29-21.pdf

Annette

A Message from Mayor Annette Iafallo - Lackawanna Approves Sale of Nearly 4-Acre Development Site to Flexlume

I have great news to share! The Lackawanna City Council has approved the sale of 1 Albright Court in the First Ward to Flexlume Sign Company for $100,000. Flexlume plans to construct a new 20,000 square foot manufacturing/office facility on this nearly 4-acre site and relocate its entire 20-person operation to Lackawanna from its City of Buffalo location at 1464 Main Street, where the company has operated for over 75 years.

Flexlume is a leading designer, manufacturer and installer of facility signage for clients ranging from Fortune 500 companies to small businesses. Some of their major local projects include those for the Buffalo Bills and Buffalo Sabres, Erie County Medical Center, Tesla, banks including M&T, Bank on Buffalo and Northwest Savings, Harborcenter Marriott and Shea’s Performing Arts Center.

Flexlume's new $2 million development project, which is expected to start in the next few months pending site plan approval, includes plans for approximately 10 additional jobs once their operations are fully relocated in the fourth quarter of 2022. This project will add to the $74.5 million in development projects we already have underway in Lackawanna and be the city’s first new multimillion-dollar development project outside of the Erie County-owned Renaissance Commerce Park located at the former Bethlehem Steel site.

Flexlume’s selection of Lackawanna for its new manufacturing and office complex is further evidence that my administration's plan for re-establishing Lackawanna as an attractive destination for companies looking to locate or expand light manufacturing, warehousing and distribution operations IS working. New jobs and revenues ARE coming to Lackawanna, which WILL bring tax relief and other benefits to property owners in the near future.

Attached below is an Albright Court parcel fact sheet - click the image to view at full size. The complete press announcement, which is being covered by local media including the Buffalo News and Buffalo Business First, can be viewed on the city website athttp://lackawannany.gov/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/Lackawanna-Flexlume-Albright-Court-Release-FINAL-9-29-21.pdf

Annette

CENTER STREET RECONSTRUCTION PROJECT - ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDSThe City of Lackawanna is now accepting bids for the Center...
09/28/2021

CENTER STREET RECONSTRUCTION PROJECT - ADVERTISEMENT FOR BIDS

The City of Lackawanna is now accepting bids for the Center Street Reconstruction Project. Bids will be accepted until 10:45 a.m. (local time) on Tuesday, October 19, 2021. Click and expand the images below for information on the bid submission process for this project.

Lackawanna Fire Department 'Fill the Boot" Fund Drive for Make-A- Wish Is Underway! Today the Lackawanna Fire Department...
09/28/2021

Lackawanna Fire Department 'Fill the Boot" Fund Drive for Make-A- Wish Is Underway!

Today the Lackawanna Fire Department began their 'fill the boot' fund drive to benefit Make-A-Wish. The first donation site is at Ridge Road & South Park Avenue from 9AM-1PM and then Ridge Road & Abbott Road from 3PM-6PM

If you're travelling in these areas, watch for our LFD crews and consider making a donation - any amount helps! Thank you!!

Lackawanna Fire Department 'Fill the Boot" Fund Drive for Make-A- Wish Tuesday, September 28thThe Lackawanna Fire Depart...
09/27/2021

Lackawanna Fire Department 'Fill the Boot" Fund Drive for Make-A- Wish Tuesday, September 28th

The Lackawanna Fire Department will be conducting a 'fill the boot' fund drive to benefit Make-A-Wish on Tuesday, September 28, 2021 at the following locations:
- Ridge Road & South Park Avenue from 9AM-1PM
- Ridge Road & Abbott Road from 3PM-6PM

If you're travelling in these areas during the specified time periods, please consider making a donation - any amount helps! Thank you!!

Lackawanna City Council Regular Meeting Agenda – Monday, September 27, 2021 http://lackawannany.gov/wp-content/uploads/2...
09/24/2021

Lackawanna City Council Regular Meeting Agenda – Monday, September 27, 2021
http://lackawannany.gov/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/CA_2021-09-27.pdf

Lackawanna City Council Regular Meeting Agenda – Monday, September 27, 2021
http://lackawannany.gov/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/CA_2021-09-27.pdf

REMINDER: Child Seat Safety Check Event This Saturday, September 25th 10AM - 2PM at Veterans Stadium.Lackawanna resident...
09/23/2021

REMINDER: Child Seat Safety Check Event This Saturday, September 25th 10AM - 2PM at Veterans Stadium.

Lackawanna residents with young children/grandchildren are encouraged to take advantage of this valuable safety service provided by the Lackawanna Fire Department.

Please share this information with all those who may be interested.

REMINDER: Child Seat Safety Check Event This Saturday, September 25th 10AM - 2PM at Veterans Stadium.

Lackawanna residents with young children/grandchildren are encouraged to take advantage of this valuable safety service provided by the Lackawanna Fire Department.

Please share this information with all those who may be interested.

OLV HUMAN SERVICES CELEBRATES GRAND OPENING OF THE STATLER FOUNDATION WAY PROGRAM COFFEE & CAFE’ The City of Lackawanna ...
09/22/2021

OLV HUMAN SERVICES CELEBRATES GRAND OPENING OF THE STATLER FOUNDATION WAY PROGRAM COFFEE & CAFE’

The City of Lackawanna wishes to congratulate our friends at OLV Human Services on today’s grand opening of the Statler Foundation Way Program Coffee & Cafe’ at 790 Ridge Road.

We encourage everyone to visit the cafe’ and support the amazing offerings prepared by students of The Way Program, which provides vital workforce development services to the WNY community.

09/22/2021

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY SEEKING CROSSING GUARD

The City of Lackawanna Department of Public Safety is seeking a Crossing Guard for an assignment at a location to be determined.

The position would require Monday through Friday availability from 7:15AM to 8:00AM and 2:15PM to 2:45PM. Pay is $36/day. Uniform and training is provided. All interested candidates must be able to provide their own transportation to the assignment location and have a cell phone.

All those interested in the Crossing Guard position are asked to contact Lackawanna Police Captain Robert Janowski by email ONLY at [email protected] as soon as possible.

A MESSAGE FROM MAYOR ANNETTE IAFALLO – FLU, PNEUMONIA & VACCINE CLINIC ON OCTOBER 5TH, 11AM-3PM AT THE LACKAWANNA SENIOR...
09/20/2021

A MESSAGE FROM MAYOR ANNETTE IAFALLO – FLU, PNEUMONIA & VACCINE CLINIC ON OCTOBER 5TH, 11AM-3PM AT THE LACKAWANNA SENIOR CENTER

The City of Lackawanna, in partnership with Rite Aid Pharmacy, will be offering a flu, pneumonia and shingles vaccine clinic on Tuesday, October 5, 2021 from 11am to 3pm at the Lackawanna Senior Center, 230 Martin Road.

No appointment is necessary to attend the clinic however, we will need to provide Rite Aid with an estimate of the supply they will need to bring. If you’re interested in receiving one or more of these vaccines, please call 827-6690 BY WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 29th and provide the following information after the recorded greeting:

• Your first and last name,
• Your phone number,
• Which vaccine shot or shots you’re requesting – if all three, simply say all three. Otherwise specify your selection. For example: flu shot only, or flu and shingles shots.

Please consult your doctor if you have any questions about whether these vaccines are appropriate for you.

It will be necessary to complete a Rite Aid Screening Questionnaire and Consent Form in order to receive the vaccine shots. You can get this form:

• at Rite Aid Pharmacy, 3071 South Park Avenue at Kirby Avenue,
• in the lobby of Lackawanna City Hall from 9AM to 4:00PM Monday through Friday or,
• on the home page of the city website at www.lackawannany.gov.

As always, please stay safe and God bless.

Annette

Note: this message has been translated into Arabic and Spanish below.

Joseph Kalenda Appointed to the Lackawanna Fire Department   Mayor Annette Iafallo today announced the appointment of Jo...
09/20/2021

Joseph Kalenda Appointed to the Lackawanna Fire Department

Mayor Annette Iafallo today announced the appointment of Joseph Kalenda to the position of permanent Firefighter on the Lackawanna Fire Department.

Firefighter Kalenda, a lifelong Lackawanna and graduate of Erie Community College, previously worked for the NYS Department of Correctional Services and Erie County Sewer Authority.

Congratulations Firefighter Kalenda on your appointment!

RIDGE ROAD CONSTRUCTION PROJECT - MILLING/REPAVING PHASE BEGINS WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 20THThe milling & repaving phase of th...
09/19/2021

RIDGE ROAD CONSTRUCTION PROJECT - MILLING/REPAVING PHASE BEGINS WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 20TH

The milling & repaving phase of the Ridge Road construction project will begin the week of September 20th. Ridge Road will remain open with lane closures in effect however, motorists should expect delays and plan travel in the area accordingly. This schedule is weather permitting.

RIDGE ROAD CONSTRUCTION PROJECT - MILLING/REPAVING PHASE BEGINS WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 20TH

The milling & repaving phase of the Ridge Road construction project will begin the week of September 20th. Ridge Road will remain open with lane closures in effect however, motorists should expect delays and plan travel in the area accordingly. This schedule is weather permitting.

Buffalo News Story Highlights Multi-Million Dollar Sucro Sourcing Development Project in Lackawanna Great online article...
09/17/2021
Sugar company Sucro pouring new life into ex-Bethlehem Steel site

Buffalo News Story Highlights Multi-Million Dollar Sucro Sourcing Development Project in Lackawanna

Great online article today by the Buffalo News detailing the multi-million dollar Sucro Sourcing development project in Lackawanna. The company is transforming remnants of the former Bethlehem Steel plant into sugar refining, warehousing and distribution facilities. Thank you Sucro Sourcing for investing in Lackawanna!

https://t.co/lqgHilJh1E

This story will also be published in an upcoming print edition of the Buffalo News.

Lackawanna mayor Annette Iafallo called Sucro's investments "a significant step forward in our efforts to rebuild Lackawanna’s economy and increase local job opportunities."

Lackawanna Fire Department Child Seat Safety Check Event - Saturday, September 25th 10AM - 2PM at Veterans Stadium.Resid...
09/17/2021

Lackawanna Fire Department Child Seat Safety Check Event - Saturday, September 25th 10AM - 2PM at Veterans Stadium.

Residents with young children/grandchildren are encouraged to take advantage of this valuable safety service provided by the Lackawanna Fire Department. Please share this information with all those who may be interested.

Lackawanna Fire Department Child Seat Safety Check Event - Saturday, September 25th 10AM - 2PM at Veterans Stadium.

Residents with young children/grandchildren are encouraged to take advantage of this valuable safety service provided by the Lackawanna Fire Department. Please share this information with all those who may be interested.

Best wishes for a blessed Yom Kippur to all our neighbors and friends who celebrate!
09/16/2021

Best wishes for a blessed Yom Kippur to all our neighbors and friends who celebrate!

Best wishes for a blessed Yom Kippur to all our neighbors and friends who celebrate!

Images from Lackawanna's Ceremony Commemorating the 20th Anniversary of 9-11
09/11/2021

Images from Lackawanna's Ceremony Commemorating the 20th Anniversary of 9-11

City of Lackawanna Commemorates 20th Anniversary of 9-11This morning, the City of Lackawanna held a wreath-laying ceremo...
09/11/2021
City Lackawanna 9 11 20th Anniversary Ceremony

City of Lackawanna Commemorates 20th Anniversary of 9-11

This morning, the City of Lackawanna held a wreath-laying ceremony at Firehouse#3 on South Park Avenue to commemorate the 20th Anniversary of 9-11. The entire ceremony can be viewed by clicking https://youtu.be/LZfhoHqJbpE or the image below.

Lackawanna was represented by Mayor Annette Iafallo, City Council members Frederic Marrano, John Ingram, Geoff Szymanski, Dean Moretti and Kevin Surdyke, Director of Public Safety John Wolf and City Court Judge Kenneth Szyskowski. Guest speakers and performers included Erie County Executive Mark Poloncarz, OLV Basilica Msgr. David LiPuma, the OLV Choir and bagpiper Rob Grant from the Greater Buffalo Firefighters Pipes and Drums

Special thanks to Fire Chief James Fino, Police Chief Mark Packard, Fire Lt. Ron Shul and all members of the Lackawanna Fire & Police Departments for their efforts in presenting today's ceremony.

WE WILL NEVER FORGET 9-11-2001.....

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