Six months since Buffalo mass shooting, an outpouring of support – and pledges to do more
Mark Sommer , Janet Gramza , Deidre Williams November 13, 2022
The Buffalo News
Economic development efforts on the East Side were afoot before May 14, with more public and private investment seen in recent years than at any time in decades. It is now no longer unusual for developers to erect new apartment buildings or convert former industrial properties into living spaces.
But a University at Buffalo report in 2021 found entrenched issues resulting from segregation, limited educational attainment, structural joblessness, low wages, poor health and neighborhood disinvestment.
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