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The Sunday Post-Journal, Jamestown, NY - Region - Local Landmark For Sale - Offers Made On Former Celoron Amusement Park Land - by Dennis Phillips - Celoron - “Offers have been made to purchase the land that was once the location of the Celoron Amusement Park (now Lucille Ball Memorial Park). An international real estate services company held a call for offers for the property at 10 Dunham Avenue, Celoron NY. CBRE was hired by Northwest Savings Bank to sell the property where the western-end of the amusement park was located from 1894 to 1962. The (res. 'western-end' parkland, adjacent to the Lighthouse, Community Center log cabin structure, and Desi Arnaz Bandshell, and behind the Moose Clubhouse building) involved has 1300 feet of frontage along Chautauqua Lake,” published this date in 2013.

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The Post Journal, Jamestown NY - Celoron to Apply for Waterfront Project Funding, by Dennis Phillips - “'If at first you don't succeed, try, try again,' is a famous quote and the attitude Celoron officials have in attempting to gain funding for a waterfront revitalization project. Last year, the Village applied and was 'very close' to receiving funds; so, a resolution was passed last evening to apply once again. The economic development strategy was first implemented in 2011; creating 10 regional councils of area leaders to determine which projects were most vital for economic success. These councils then applied for state funding for grant money and tax credits. $738 million was made available in 2012. For 2013, the fund is up to $760 million; and the Village has decided to re-apply, wanting to construct a boardwalk in Lucille Ball Memorial Park and for other park improvements. This waterfront revitalization plan stems from $36,000 the Village received in 2010, and continues. The plan is for the boardwalk to go all the way 'around' the LBMP,” published this date in 2013.

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