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Mr. Kolken Is honest, up front, and does what he says he will do. My wife of 28 years was facing deportation for having... more
Buffalo  Matthew L. Kolken

Matthew Kolken

Buffalo, NY Immigration
Avvo rating 10.0
Guest & Gray represented my husband I and in our stepparent adoption suit. Courtney Wortham was our attorney and she... more
Buffalo  Courtney Shea Repka Wortham

Courtney Repka Wortham

Rockwall, TX Family
Avvo rating 8.6
I recently refinanced my mortgage and Brian and his staff made the closing super easy and quick and were extremely... more
Buffalo  Brian Michael Douglas

Brian Douglas

Atlanta, GA Real Estate
Avvo rating 8.2
I would highly recommend Mr. Atwell. He's very honest with his advice, keeping your best interest at heart. He was very... more
Buffalo  Ryan Christopher Atwell

Ryan Atwell

Easton, MD Family
Avvo rating 6.6
Lawrence is a great lawyer, when I hired him I felt right away in good hands from the second I met him. My case ended... more
Buffalo  Lawrence James Christopher

Lawrence Christopher

Chelsea, MA Criminal Defense
Avvo rating 7.3
I hired Peter to make a will for me, and he did my will in a few weeks, and he explained everything I needed to know... more
Buffalo  Peter D Vansoest

Peter Vansoest

Denver, CO Wills / Living Wills
Avvo rating 6.5
I hired Matt as my divorce attorney. And, let’s just say, this was not an easy, straight-forward divorce from the... more
Buffalo  J. Matthew Catchick Jr.

J. Catchick

Southfield, MI Divorce / Separation
Avvo rating 10.0
Felicia was a life saver. I was well into probate on my son's estate and my lawyer disappeared. I was threatened with... more
Buffalo  Felicia Mickens Williams

Felicia Williams

Wesley Chapel, FL Family
Avvo rating 7.0

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In 1881, Buffalo was the first city in the United States to deploy electric streetlights, giving it the nickname "City of Light."

A few short years later, the immense power of nearby Niagara Falls was harnessed as a hydroelectric plant. Buffalo benefited from what was, at the time, one of the largest power sources in the world.

Buffalo began making widespread use of electricity in the years that followed. To this day, Niagara Falls is still the largest electricity producer in the state of New York.