Weekly Feature

2017-08-10 / Editorial

Out of the Past


ENTERTAINMENT CENTER — The Park Theater opened in 1944 in the former Plisk garage building. During World War II, gasoline was rationed and television was still in the development stages. Local people frequented the theater for their entertainment. The building closed in the early 1960s. Reopened subsequently as other businesses, today it is the Quaker Room banquet facility. 
Photo courtesy of “Images of America: Orchard Park”by Suzanne Kulp and Joseph Bieron ENTERTAINMENT CENTER — The Park Theater opened in 1944 in the former Plisk garage building. During World War II, gasoline was rationed and television was still in the development stages. Local people frequented the theater for their entertainment. The building closed in the early 1960s. Reopened subsequently as other businesses, today it is the Quaker Room banquet facility. Photo courtesy of “Images of America: Orchard Park”by Suzanne Kulp and Joseph Bieron 20 Years Ago Aug. 14, 1997

State officials plan to make a decision this week regarding whether or not to locate a group home on Milestrip Road in Orchard Park.

A 12-hour parking ban is in effect at the intersection of Seufert Road and Chestnut Ridge Road. The Orchard Park Town Board opted last week to have the area posted from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. after numerous complaints from residents regarding disturbances in Chestnut Ridge Park after hours.

A public improvement permit for the installation of infrastructure and cosmetic improvements associated with the Birdsong Development subdivision was approved last week by the Orchard Park Town Board.

Buffalo Plastic Surgery has added Orchard Park resident Dr. Franklin Koren to their group.

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