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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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OFFICE HIGHLIGHTS

Legislator Dixon kicks off Valentines for Veterans program

Erie County Legislator Lynne Dixon kicked off her 5th annual Valentines for Veterans program at St. Mary of the Lake Bright Future Early Learning Center on Tuesday, Feb. 3 followed by a busy week of card making to ensure the packages are ready to be delivered by Valentine’s Day.

Legislator Dixon announces HEAP Outreach will be held Feb. 4 at Lackawanna Senior Center

Erie County Legislator Lynne Dixon announces that a Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) Outreach will be held from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 4, 2015 at the Lackawanna Senior Center, 230 Martin Road, Lackawanna to help residents with the application process. All applicants will be interviewed.  

Legislator Dixon announces District Outreach Meetings at Dudley, Lakeshore libraries

Erie County Legislator Lynne Dixon will host two upcoming District Outreach Meetings to discuss county issues and answer any questions constituents may have.

Legislators Dixon, Burke announce HEAP Outreach will be held Jan. 14 at Dudley Branch Library

Erie County Legislators Lynne Dixon and Patrick Burke announce 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 Ave., Buffalo to help residents with the application process. All applicants will be interviewed. 

Legislator Dixon suggests creation of database to aid chronically ill residents during emergencies

One of the lessons learned during the November 2014 snowstorm that dropped more than 6 feet of snow on towns in Erie County, is the need for a cohesive response plan for patients with critical, chronic medical needs. For many of these patients, continuous care and treatments are vital. When emergencies trap them in their homes, situations can become extremely dangerous very quickly.  In response, Erie County Legislator Lynne Dixon has requested that the county look into creating a voluntary database for patients with life threatening chronic conditions in order for emergency personnel to better respond to patients’ needs.