ATTICA — A neighborhood meals drive is underway to assist Buffalo residents left with out a close by grocery retailer after the Might 14 Tops Market bloodbath.
The Village of Attica is accepting non-perishable donations by means of June 10 at their workplace at 9 Water St.
The meals drive is supporting State Senator Patrick Gallivan’s effort with the WNY Useful resource Council’s “Neighborhood Response — Love in Motion” marketing campaign.
“Any assist you may present might be significantly appreciated,” Mayor Nathan Montford mentioned in a Fb publish. “Let’s present as soon as once more how this neighborhood at all times helps others in occasions of want.”
The Tops Market on Jefferson Avenue has been closed for the reason that shootings. The realm has been described as a “meals desert” for close by residents within the years earlier than the shop opened, because of the lack of easy accessibility to supermarkets.
Buffalo metropolis and Tops Market officers are discussing reopening the shop as quickly as potential, however no date has been set.