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Legislator Dixon visits site of Eagle Scout project to honor youth’s achievement


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Erie County Legislator Lynne Dixon attended the Dec. 12 NFTA meeting to discuss proposed service solutions to routes 16 South Park, 36 Hamburg and 42 Lackawanna. Public input is being sought. For more information about these service changes,...

The meeting to discuss the new Flood Map will be held 5-8 p.m. Tuesday, December 5 at the Lackawanna Senior Center, 230 Martin Road. This event will be hosted by FEMA. To access the Letter of Map Revision document that details the changes, visit...

The NFTA will host a public meeting at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday, December 12 at the Baker Hall School Cafeteria, 777 Ridge Road, Lackawanna.  

Erie County Legislator Lynne Dixon, along with her colleagues in the Legislature, took action at Thursday’s session to accept a $125,000 New York State grant that has been awarded to Save the Michaels of the World.

Erie County Legislator Lynne Dixon announces that HEAP applications are being accepted. HEAP is a federally funded program to assist income eligible Erie County residents with the costs of home heating, electricity, and...

Erie County Legislator Lynne Dixon presented a proclamation to Matthew J. Shelvay of Hamburg in recognition of his hours of dedication and hard work to achieve the rank of Eagle Scout. The County proclamation was given to Shelvay on July 24 at the Hoover Road Park Shelter, which he and his crew of volunteers refurbished for his Eagle Scout project.

 

“Hoover Road Park is a great site near the lake that is enjoyed by many families. Matthew identified the shelter as an issue and put in a great deal of time and effort to install a new roof and repaint the structure. Because of his hard work, the shelter will be safe for families and residents to use for years to come,” said Legislator Dixon. “Congratulations to Matthew on an outstanding Eagle Scout project and for achieving Boy Scout’s highest rank, a feat not easily accomplished.”

 

A member of Boy Scout Troop 400, sponsored by SS Peter and Paul School, Shelvay also serves as a Junior Leader of the Troop. He has earned 39 merit badges, along with the admiration of his fellow Scouts and leaders. Shelvay is enlisted with the U.S. Navy and will be leaving for basic training next year.

 

For additional information or to speak with Legislator Dixon, please contact her Legislative Office at 858-8671 or email lynne.dixon@erie.gov