South Buffalo, Buffalo, New York

South Buffalo, Buffalo, New York

South Buffalo, Buffalo, New York

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South Buffalo is a neigborhood that is mixed ethnically and that makes up the southern third of the City of Buffalo, New York, USA. The neighborhood is populated mainly by people with German, Irish, Italian or Polish roots, though many other ethnic groups can be found there as well. This once heavily industrialized district was home to many steel mills, automotive parts manufacturers, petroleum refineries, foundries, and machine shops. However, due to increasing deindustrialization and rising unemployment the area has experienced growing problems with poverty and urban blight. South Buffalo, as officially designated by the Buffalo City Council, is bordered by the town of West Seneca on the east, the City of Lackawanna on the south, Lake Erie on its western edge, and the Buffalo River serves as its northern border. New York State Route 354 (Clinton Street), New York State Route 16 (Seneca Street), and South Park Avenue are the major streets serving South Buffalo, running west-northwest to east-southeast parallel to I-190.

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South Buffalo has various educational opportunities to offer, from Public Elementary and High Schools, to Elementary Charter Schools and even Catholic Elementary and High Schools. Also, there is the presence of Trocaire College.

Recently, the South Buffalo Catholic Schools have consolidated to form one school, which is called South Buffalo Catholic School. This school has three campuses: Trinity Catholic Academy located at...
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