Buffalo Storm Update

4:29 PM, Oct 30, 2012   |    comments
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Video: Buffalo Mayor: No Changes to Trick-or-Treating

Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown

BUFFALO, N.Y. - As of Tuesday morning, the city of Buffalo's Department of Public Works reports only minor issues. 
The DPW reports 8 trees down, including a large maple that hit two homes on Fairfield Avenue.

Watch video of the downed tree in the video player on this page.

The city of Buffalo is asking anyone with with a non-emergency issue to call 311.

There have been seven utility calls for either blown transformers or downed wires.

There have also been four calls for minor street flooding, but there are currently no street closures right now.

Officials remind you to continue to use caution and to avoid unnecessary travel.

This meets the expectations of Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown at news conference at City Hall on Monday afternoon.

Mayor Brown did announce that at this time he does not anticipate making any changes to halloween trick-or-treating on Wednesday.

The city will also enforce ordinary parking rules.

Mayor Brown said he has been on conference calls with emergency responders throughout the state. As of Monday afternoon, the storm was expected to bring strong winds on Monday night but not as much rain as first thought.

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