The Niagara River Greenway Commission has announced the results of its 42nd round of projects. At a meeting held Tuesday, the commission voted on the following as it relates to the principals, goals and criteria that define the Niagara River Greenway Plan.
•Town of Newfane - rebuilding of Ye Olde Log Cabin: Voted consistent
Two other projects from the Town of Lewiston and the Town of West Seneca that were expected to be acted on were removed from the agenda by the project sponsors.
The next step for the project sponsor is to seek funding through conventional grant and endowment sources, as well as the various Greenway standing committees.
To review the approved Niagara River Greenway Plan and GEIS, or to learn more information about the commission, visit www.niagaragreenway.org.
The Niagara River Greenway Commission is a public benefit corporation established by Chapter 460 of the laws of 2004. It is charged with the planning and development of a greenway of interconnected parks, river access points and waterfront trails along the Niagara River from Lake Erie to Lake Ontario at the site of the historic Fort Niagara.