Lockport offers $300,000 to bowling alley buyer
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.