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Patrick B. Burke

Erie County Legislator- District 7

District Office: 

2189 Seneca St. Buffalo NY 14220

(716) 823-0752

Downtown Office: 

92 Franklin St. 4th Floor

 Buffalo NY 14202

Phone: (716) 858-8480

To schedule an appointment with Legislator Burke send an email to: whitney.kunz@erie.gov   

 Email: Patrick.Burke@Erie.Gov   


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OFFICE HIGHLIGHTS

Burke’s Vaccination Awareness Resolution Passes Health Committee

Legislature Calls for Increasing Awareness in Low Vaccination Communities

Vaccinations not only protect the health of a child, but also provide larger health protections to the whole community by stopping the spread of viruses to immunocompromised individuals.  In recent years many parents have made the choice to not have their children vaccinated based on erroneous claims.

FCC ruling boosts County’s chance of municipal broadband

This was a critical step towards making municipal broadband a reality in Erie County. Erie County Legislator Patrick B. Burke identified access to the internet as a major hindrance in the economic and social growth of the region.

Burke Resolution on Stricter Airline Safety Measures Passes Unanimously in Legislative Session.

On the anniversary of the loss of Flight 3407, Erie County Legislator Patrick Burke's resolution calling on the Federal Government and the FAA to keep regulations in place for stricter safety regulations passed unanimously in today's Legislative session.

 

Burke Resolution to Ban Plastic Pollution in Lake Erie Approved!

Today, in the first 2015 meeting of the Energy and Environment Committee, the committee voted to approve a resolution introduced by Legislator Patrick B. Burke that advocates strong support for legislation banning microbeads in cosmetic products in New York State.

BURKE, HANSEN, AND POLONCARZ ANNOUNCE AREA LANDMARKS TO “LIGHT UP PURPLE” FOR CARBON MONOXIDE AWARENESS

Erie County Legislator Patrick B. Burke (7th District) was joined by Erie County Executive Mark C. Poloncarz, Board President of the Amanda Hansen Foundation Ken Hansen, and representatives from participating Erie County agencies as he announced the Lighting Up Purple campaign, an initiative aimed at raising awareness of the dangers of carbon monoxide. Regional landmarks including the Peace Bridge, Niagara Falls, the Electric Tower, and One Canalside will be bathed in purple light at sundown on Saturday, January 17th to bring colorful attention to the issue.

Erie County Legislator Patrick Burke Announces HEAP Outreach

Erie County Legislator Patrick Burke announces that a Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) Outreach will be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 14, 2015 at the Dudley Branch Library, 2010 South Park Avenue in Buffalo.

HEAP is a federally funded program to assist Erie County Residents with their heating bills. The HEAP outreach will be administered by the Erie County Departments of Social Services and Senior Services and is open to all income eligible households. For more information, contact the HEAP Hotline at 858-7870 or 858-7466 or visit: www.erie.gov/depts/socialservices/heap.asp 

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Legislator Patrick B. Burke working with WNY Law Center to protect area home owners

(Cheektowaga, NY) - Some of the nation’s biggest insurance companies have denied valid claims in an attempt to boost their bottom lines. These companies have rewarded employees who successfully denied claims and boosted profits, replaced employees who would not engaged in such practices, and when all else failed, engaged in outright fraud to avoid paying claims. If you have property damage due to the recent snow storm and your insurance company denies your claim please contact Erie County Legislator Patrick Burke’s office at 716-858-8480. Legislator Burke is working closely with the Western New York Law Center by providing free legal counsel and a review of your insurance claim denials. “These large insurance companies make money by denying claims. Many insurance companies employ special tactics to avoid paying claims and have high powered attorneys who can skillfully skirt the law. I want to even the playing field for the people that I represent,” Legislator Burke said.