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Progress and politics
October 28, 2008 - John D'Agostino
For years, the tract of land between Second and Third streets was an empty lot. Today, however, there is activity.
As part of Fredonia State’s commitment to our community, the high-tech incubator construction has begun. On Oct. 20, numerous city, county and state officials turned out for the official ground-breaking.
The more than $5.7 million project is seen as one more step to boosting the city. And more than one week later, excitement at the site and the surrounding area continues to grow.
Of course -- as has been too often the case in Western New York politics in recent years -- the ground-breaking had to coincide with an election year for many state officials. All those up for re-election made sure they were present for the historic moment.
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