Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced that members of the public can now view the top submissions to "Aim for the Sky: Competition to Re-Imagine the Buffalo Skyway Corridor" and submit questions that may be used in the live pitch event leading up to the awards ceremony. The Buffalo Skyway Corridor Competition has challenged the nation's top urban designers, economists, planners and architects to reimagine the corridor - stretching four miles from downtown to Lackawanna - while also building on the investment and momentum that has transformed the city in recent years. Participants have been asked to draw inspiration from the city's unique waterfront landscape, respond to the community's collective vision for Buffalo, and acknowledge the region's rich history. The top submissions are available to view at www.esd.ny.gov/skywayideas, or at the Buffalo & Erie County Public Library, Downtown Central Library at 1 Lafayette Square, until September 13. The library is open seven days a week (view hours here). After reviewing the submissions, individuals may submit questions online that the Review Panel may use during the live pitch event.