EDITOR’S NOTE: The council stopped this practice during the last quarter of 2016.
Derelict buildings throughout the city continually confront residents as well as tourists that stumble off the main drag. Other buildings are occupied but sadly dilapidated and many of these are owned by out-of-town landlords.
It’s downright depressing.
But not so in the common-council chambers at Niagara Falls’ City Hall.
There, a constant loop of beautiful images of the Falls plays on twin monitors, reminding council members of what helps pay the bills here.
But everybody knows that already.