How to follow Access Niagara and the Niagara Falls Blog

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    If you are following the Niagara Falls Blog regularly, you know that I have my ups and downs… sometimes the blog is very busy, and other times I don’t post anything for an extended period of time. For the last two months I’ve been posting several things every day, and I’m trying to keep it up. Hopefully you’ve found the articles referenced, photos posted, and links provided to be useful and interesting.

    Although business seems to be good in the area, it seems that for the last several years things have been at a stand-still from a development point of view. Most of the changes have been renovations to existing buildings. No hotels have been built. This has made it hard to post new/different things. Many years ago when I would walk around the tourist district, I saw something changing almost every day, so it was much easier to write about.

    Regardless, I’m going to try to keep this up. I hope to improve the rest of the AccessNiagara.com website as well.

    There are a variety of ways that you can keep up with the blog and other activities on Access Niagara. The best way is to follow the Niagara Falls Blog. If you prefer some other forms of social media, I also have accounts on the following sites:

    As a side note, I do have ads on the site to try to support the work that I do. I make very little from them, so I’m debating whether to just get rid of them. As you follow the site, you’ll get updates once I decide what to do.

     

    One Response to “How to follow Access Niagara and the Niagara Falls Blog”

    1. When this blog started, development was BOOMING! I remember all the construction sites and cranes. It seemed there was a new exciting proposal council meeting. Once the new casino was finished and then 2008, everything changed. No one wanted to invest. It’s hard to write and post when there isn’t anything to write about. Hopefully with the US economy finally recovering and the dollar becoming more attractive to tourism we may see another comeback for Niagara Falls.

      I think the HOCO developments will be the kickoff for other developers.

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