Lock­port offers $300,000 to bowl­ing al­ley buyer

The Buffalo News - - BUSINESS - – Matt Glynn – Matt Glynn

Lock­port Plan­ning and De­vel­op­ment Direc­tor Brian M. Smith says he’s “shocked” at the large num­ber of peo­ple who have ap­proached him to try to ac­quire the for­mer Kendzie’s Lanes next to City Hall.

Now, it’s time for those prospec­tive buy­ers to step up to the plate.

The Greater Lock­port De­vel­op­ment Corp. re­leased a re­quest for proposals, giv­ing would-be buy­ers un­til April 26 to make a for­mal of­fer on the for­mer bowl­ing al­ley and bar at 13 W. Main St.

The in­cen­tive is $300,000 in state grant money, which the city al­ready has in hand for a ren­o­va­tion.

Built in 1953, the 14,200-square­foot, two-story brick build­ing has been “es­sen­tially va­cant” since 2001. times that of the me­dian of all other Evans em­ploy­ees, which was $54,388. Me­dian in­di­cates half of the em­ploy­ees made more than that amount, and half made less.

KeyBank CEO Mooney earned $10 mil­lion in 2018

KeyCorp chair and CEO Beth Mooney had to­tal pay of $10.1 mil­lion in 2018, ac­cord­ing to a reg­u­la­tory fil­ing.

Her pay pack­age for the year in­cluded a base salary of $1.2 mil­lion, and a long-term in­cen­tive award of $6.4 mil­lion.

The Cleve­land-based bank’s re­gional head­quar­ters is in Lark­inville. Mooney’s to­tal com­pen­sa­tion of $9.1 mil­lion, which ex­cluded com­pen­sa­tion for 2018 that was not awarded to her un­til this year, was 144 times that of the me­dian Key em­ployee’s $62,853, ac­cord­ing to the fil­ing.

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