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Lynne Dixon
District 9


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Old Erie County Hall
92 Franklin Street
Fourth Floor
Buffalo, N.Y. 14202
Phone: 858-8671
Fax: 858-8895

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Legislator Dixon announces Summer Primetime funding approved for youth programming

Erie County Legislator Lynne Dixon is pleased to announce that a unanimous vote taken by the Legislature at its Thursday, June 26, 2014 session secured Summer Primetime funding for several youth centers benefiting Hamburg, Lackawanna and South Buffalo residents. 

Legislator Dixon applauds implementation of ‘Social Host Law’

Erie County Legislator Lynne Dixon is pleased that the final step has been taken to create a new local law that makes adults responsible for allowing minors to consume alcohol on their property.

Op-Ed on County Roads and Child Protective Services

I hope you are finally able to get out and enjoy some of this sunshine!  It certainly was a harsh winter, and spring showed little improvement.  The rough weather only served to further highlight how desperate our infrastructure is in need of repair.  

Legislator Dixon to host Community Meeting at Tosh Collins Community Center

Erie County Legislator Lynne Dixon has scheduled a community meeting to meet with constituents and provide an update on Legislative items and other County matters. The meeting will be held from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Friday, May 30 at the Tosh Collins Community Center, 212 Cazenovia St., Buffalo. Residents are welcome to stop in anytime during the event.

Free Boater Safety Course meets new NYS law requirements

Erie County Legislator Lynne Dixon in partnership with the Erie County Sheriff’s Office will hold a free Boater Safety Course that allows boaters to meet the requirements of a new New York State law that took effect on May 1.