BUFFALO, NY – The Executive Director of the Buffalo Municipal Housing Authority (BMHA) spoke with WGRZ-TV on Monday, addressing concerns raised by residents of Marine Drive Apartments along the city’s waterfront. Built in 1950, the government subsidized apartments contained in seven, 12-story structures, are operated by BMHA and are home to some 1,300 residents.
BUFFALO, NY - Residents of the Marine Drive Apartments say the Buffalo Municipal Housing Authority (BMHA) is ignoring their complaints about persistent problems in their buildings. The latest: broken elevators at the Ebbtide Building at 79 Marine Drive that left some residents unable to enter their homes for several hours on Thursday. According to 17-year resident John Nostrant, one of the building’s two elevators went down on Wednesday and remained broken.
BUFFALO, NY - Naseer Jackson was a four sport athlete at St. Joes Collegiate Institute, who dreamed of attending college on an athletic scholarship. However, last fall, after receiving an offer to play football from Division II Bowie State University in Maryland, he began feeling poorly. “I was fatigued, I had rashes, and I had joint pains…" Jackson recalled, adding that the malaise began interfering with his ability to practice and to attend classes.
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