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Lynne Dixon
District 9

 

District Office:
Old Erie County Hall
92 Franklin Street
Fourth Floor
Buffalo, N.Y. 14202
Phone: 858-8671
Fax: 858-8895
Email: 
Lynne.Dixon@erie.gov

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Legislator Dixon presents a donation to Hamburg
Library Director Jack Edson to support the library's efforts
to provide quality programming and materials. The
funds were raised during a hot dog roast at the library.

Beach Clean Up

Legislator Dixon participated in the 2010 Great
Lakes Beach Sweep at Woodlawn State Park. Dozens
of volunteers collected trash along the shoreline.

Car seat safety check

Legislator Dixon speaks with a constituent while
trained professionals inspect and install a car
seat. Several residents stopped to have their
car seats inspected for free during the Car
Seat Safety Check held at Highland Hose
Fire Company.

Kaleida Groundbreaking

Legislators Ray Walter and Lynne Dixon participate in
a groundbreaking ceremony in August 2010 for
Kaleida's new long-term care facility on Michigan Avenue.

New totes

Legislator Dixon particiapted in a press conference
at Chestnut Ridge Park announcing the installation
of new totes at all county parks. The totes carry a
message asking users to refrain from smoking
in county parks.

Rabies Clinic

Legislator Dixon greets a four-legged constituent at
one of the rabies clinics held throughout Erie County.
Rabies vaccinations are administered for free.

Meals on Wheels
Legislator Lynne Dixon participated in the 2011
Mayors for Meals event at the Meals on Wheels
for Western New York's site in Hamburg, and delivered
meals to homebound seniors with volunteer Barbara,
left. Site Director Amanda helped them prepare for
the route.

WKBW prom

Legislator Dixon thanks the WKBW morning crew for
inviting her onto their show to promote her 2011
Prom Dress Drive. The show aired March 29, 2011.

Bike path

Legislator Dixon reviews the plans for the Evans Bike
Path on June 23, 2011. Pictured in the background
is the new pedestrian bridge, installed the day before.
The path connecting Wendt and Bennett beaches is
scheduled to open July 2011.

Eden Evans Center Road done

A ribbon cutting ceremony marked the completion of
work on Eden Evans Center Road. Legislator Dixon joined
County officials and contractors to make the announcement.


Patrick Plunkett was honored on March 15, 2012 for
being named the 2012 St. Patrick's Day Parade Grand
Marshal. Legislator Lynne Dixon, Minority Leader John Mills
and Majority Leader Tom Mazur presented a proclamation to
Mr. Plunkett in recognition of his achievement.

mayors for meals 2012
Mayors for Meals 2012 - Hamburg Meals on Wheels

 

Lackawanna resident Alex Sadowski graduated from
the Basic Corrections Academy in April 2012.
Deputy Sadowski was the class salutatorian; he will be
assigned to the Erie County Holding Center.
Also pictured with Undersheriff Mark Wipperman
and Jail Superintendent Robert Koch.


Legislator Lynne Dixon and Eric Pyne, president of
Urban Valet Dry Cleaners, collect dresses for the 2012
Prom Dress Drive.


Sheriff's Deputy Elizabeth Fildes was honored by Legislator Dixon
during the May 10, 2012 Legislative session for her
efforts to combat human trafficking. She was recognized
shortly before she was scheduled to present to officials in Ecuador.
Also pictured is Chief Scott Joslyn.

LK FF
Lackwanna Firefighters Rick Chmielowiec and Ron Shul
were recognized during the May 24, 2012 Legislative Session
for an act of bravery during a routine medical call in April.
The two veteran firefighters disarmed a man who had pointed
a gun at them, saving the lives of everyone in the house
at the time. Legislator Dixon applauds their efforts and
thanks them for their service.  

The Buffalo Zoo continues its campaign to build the new
Arctic Edge Exhibit for its polar bears, including its youngest,
"Luna," born in November. Visit www.buffalozoo.org to
learn how you can support the effort.  


City Honors School took second place in the first rain
barrel decorating contest. A total of 22 schools competed.  

Legislator Dixon particpated in the Stanley G. Falk School's
Student Government Association’s Distinguished Speakers Series.

Jennifer Nahrebeski of Lackawanna was honored at the
Legislature's June 6, 2013 session in recognition of
being named the recipient of Stanley G. Falk School's
Distinguished Educator Award. 

Legislator Lynne Dixon and Greater South Buffalo Chamber of Commerce Board Chairman Kevin Overdorf at the first annual Women's Business Luncheon held at the Buffalo and Erie County Botanical Gardens. Legislator Dixon provided an update on county issues, discussed the budget process, and highlighted the importance of women in business and leadership roles setting examples for the next generation.

 

OFFICE HIGHLIGHTS

Shoreline Trail moving forward, completed project will open access to Buffalo Outer Harbor from Lackawanna

Erie County Legislator Lynne Dixon announces that funding has been approved to move the Shoreline Trail Bethlehem Steel Project forward to open access to the waterfront. The Erie County Legislature approved a resolution at the Feb. 26, 2015 session allocating $62,000 in county funds for the preliminary engineering design phase.

Legislator Dixon, Urban Valet announce 6th Annual Prom Dress Drive

Erie County Legislator Lynne Dixon and Urban Valet Dry Cleaners are proud to announce the return of their Prom Dress Drive for the 6th year. Gowns are being collected from Monday, March 2 through Friday, March 27. The dresses will then be made available to local high school girls who are in need of a dress for prom or special occasion.

February 2015 Column - County offices best serve constituents when they work together

The working relationship between the County Executive’s Office and the Legislature can be a great benefit to residents when everyone cooperates. As a Legislator, I focus on the district I represent, which includes Hamburg (town/village), Blasdell, Lackawanna and South Buffalo. No matter the event, meeting, or occasion I am attending, I am afforded the opportunity to interact with constituents and often times hear about issues they are having. I am always eager to look into a matter for them and get answers and solutions.

Legislator Dixon delivers Valentine's Day cards to veterans, soldiers

Erie County Legislator Lynne Dixon delivered thousands of Valentine’s Day cards to local soldiers and veterans through her 5th annual Valentines for Veterans program.

Legislators introduce local law to give voters the right to decide on term limits for county officials

Erie County Legislator Kevin Hardwick, along with co-sponsors Chairman John Mills, Legislator Lynne Dixon, Legislator Ted Morton and Legislator Edward Rath have introduced a proposed local law that would give voters the right to decide on term limits for Erie County’s elected officials. The timeline calls for the referendum to be on the ballot in the November 2015 election.