WHEATFIELD, NY - One Niagara County town has hundreds and hundreds of acres of available land, and other assets, that they think would make an ideal location for a new Buffalo Bills Stadium.
There are 800 acres of vacant land in the Town of Wheatfield adjacent to the Summit Park Mall.
The same property was once considered for a "Magic Land of Oz Theme Park" before the investors fell through.
Wheatfield's Town Supervisor Bob Cliffe says it's a great location with access to the Robert Moses Parkway, which leads directly to the Rainbow and Lewiston Queenston bridges to Canada.
Cliffe says he's reaching out to members of the Stadium Working Group to let them know Wheatfield has a lot to offer.
And in an interesting side note, Cliffe says Wheatfield was under consideration the last time the Bills were looking to build a new stadium ... the one that ended up being built in Orchard Park.