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Lynne Dixon
District 9


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Old Erie County Hall
92 Franklin Street
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Buffalo, N.Y. 14202
Phone: 858-8671
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Petition containing 1,000+ signatures delivered to DEC calling for removal of contaminated soil

Erie County Legislator Lynne Dixon, joined by State Senator Timothy Kennedy, City of Lackawanna Mayor Geoff Szymanski, Lackawanna resident Katrina Zambron and City Council Members, announced that more than 1,025 concerned residents signed her petition calling on the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) to fully remediate contaminated sites.

Legislature approves resolution urging County Executive to have open discussion about CPS

Today, the Eric County Legislature approved a resolution requesting the County Executive attend and speak at a special public meeting on the ongoing problems in CPS and the Department of Social Services. The resolution received bipartisan (7-4) support as Legislators from both sides of the aisle recognize the role the County Executive has in this discussion.

Legislator Dixon announces repaving of Amsdell Road complete, ahead of schedule

Erie County Legislator Lynne Dixon met with crews working on Amsdell Road in Hamburg on Wednesday as paving was being completed ahead of schedule. The contractor, Amherst Paving, brought in an extra paver and finished the 2-mile long project a few days earlier than expected. Paving is complete from Route 5 to Pleasant Avenue, and striping and shoulder work will be completed during the next few weeks.

Legislator Dixon starts online petition supporting full removal of contaminated soil from Lackawanna sites

Erie County Legislator Lynne Dixon has started an online petition urging the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) to improve its plan for remediating portions of the Bethlehem Steel site to ensure contaminated soil is removed from the city. Currently, the plan is to use a method to move the materials and bury them on another nearby site.

Erie County calls on State to stop sale of residents’ personal information

The Erie County Legislature unanimously approved a resolution that calls on New York State to take action that would prevent the sale of private Department of Motor Vehicle (DMV) information. In its resolution the Caucus supports new state law that would prevent unsolicited sharing of personal information.