Author Archive: Michael Tritto

Gloria J. Parks Community Center & Kensington-Bailey Housing Office Closed Until Further Notice

To comply with public health directives to reduce the spread of the COVID-19 virus our agency has suspended operations of our programs and services at the Gloria J. Parks Community Center at 3242 Main Street and the Kensington Bailey Neighborhood…
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University District Community Development Association and Preservation Partners Announce Nomination of the University Heights-Summit Park-Berkshire Terrace Historic District

 Newly nominated Historic District in University Heights to be one of Buffalo’s largest. The University Heights-Summit Park-Berkshire Terrace Historic District located in the city’s northeast corner is poised to add more than 1,500 properties to the State and National Registers…
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UDCDA and Local Leaders Celebrate Grant for $326,196 to Enhance Buffalo’s Historic Main Street Corridor

State Funding to Assist Main Street Property Owners With Historic Restoration and Building Rehabilitation Buffalo, NY – University District Community Development Association (UDCDA) Executive Director Roseann Scibilia was joined by Senator Tim Kennedy, Assembly Majority Leader Crystal Peoples-Stokes, University District…
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21st Century Youth Program at Gloria J. Parks Community Center Receives Eugene T. Reville Education Award

Congratulations to Shae Herron, our Youth Program Director at the Gloria J. Parks Community Center, and to all our Youth Program staff for being honored with the Eugene T. Reville Education Award. Shae and Michael Tritto, Jr., the UDCDA’s Associate Director…
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From Planning to Planting, the Northeast Greenway Initiative charts a bold vision for Buffalo’s East Side Rail Trail Corridor.

Buffalo, NY – On any given day you’ll see throngs of bikers, joggers, and dog walkers out enjoying the approximately one-mile North Buffalo Rail Trail. Completed in 2016, the project has been met with overwhelming praise and approval from area…
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