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Monday, December 22, 2014
Kim Milani of Sub Delicious discusses the many stories of Goose Gray. The Locust Street restaurant has a book for people to share their Goose memories. (HEATHER N. GRIMMER / ENP PHOTOGRAPHER)


It would seem that everyone in Lockport over the age of 30 has a Goose Gray story to tell. And now there's a place to do it.

Kim Milani of Sub Delicious has created a memory album for people to share their fondest recollections of Goose. The book, which is available to sign at the Locust Street restaurant, will be given to him when it is full, she said.

Gray was most recently in the news for his one-man protest over the fenced-off parking lot at Locust and Walnut streets. The lack of parking was hurting the sub shop and Gray wanted his voice to be heard. The fence — erected in August by David Ulrich, who owns the lot — was recently moved back to allow for more parking.

Anyone who wishes to sign the book can do so at Sub Delicious. Just ask for it at the counter.

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