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Buffalo City Mission Receives Major Cost Saving Upgrade

New York State Sen. Antoine Thompson and representatives from Solar Liberty and the Buffalo City Mission “flipped the switch” today on a new solar energy system that provides a valuable source of electricity for the area’s largest homeless shelter.

The 204-panel rooftop system is expected to produce 53,600 kWh of electricity per year, approximately 16 percent of the building’s electrical usage. At current electrical rates, the system will save the Mission an estimated $6,700 in utility costs in its first year and is expected to increase each year if energy prices rise.

“Aside from the immediate cost savings, the City Mission is now a much greener building,” said Solar Liberty CEO Adam Rizzo.

Sportservice Drafting Temp Workers

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. - Delaware North Sportservice is sponsoring a job fair for temporary workers at Ralph Wilson Stadium. Over 100 workers will be hired as stand attendants, cooks and  suite servers for Buffalo Bills football home games.

The job fair will be held at the Buffalo Employment and Training Center, 77 Goodell Street, Buffalo, on Friday, August 6, from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

For information about job requirements, go to the New York State Department of Labor website job fair page.