The hype is real, the Buffalo Bills will be playing in their first home playoff game in 25 years, and the city is really on fire, I have heard that some retail businesses, like car dealerships, will be closed or close early this Saturday, it's really that serious, as well as other preparations that many Western New Yorkers are making ahead of the big game this Saturday.

According to WGRZ, Chippewa is planning to host " The Playoffs On The Patio" event. The city has agreed to grant permission for the event with measures taken to protect patrons that are planning to attend the event. The Chippewa Alliance will have the street blocked off between Delaware and Franklin, with tables and chairs down the center of the street, for people to sit and enjoy the game.

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I think they are like 20 feet by 14 feet or something on either end of the street, it will be four (patrons) per table like guidelines suggest, six feet of social distancing, and patrons will have to wear a mask if they are standing.

said, Rachel DeDomenico President of the Chippewa Alliance according to WGRZ,

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Credit: WGRZ, Mayor Byron Brown is in favor of the plan, based on the experience the Chippewa Alliance displayed over the summer with the last event, Mayor Brown is confident that this can be pulled off responsibly.

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