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Press Releases - 2011


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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...

12/27/11
Legislator Dixon announces HEAP Outreach will be held Jan. 17 at Hamburg Town Hall

12/09/11
Legislator Dixon supports resolution to save $50 million statewide, limit primary elections to two

11/22/11
Legislator Dixon seeks participants for roundtable discussion of County budget

11/4/11
Legislator Dixon: Yellow Dot, Vial of Life programs approved for Erie County

11/1/11
Legislator Dixon named to Finance & Management Budget Committee

10/21/11
Legislator Dixon supports funding for critical public safety improvements

10/21/11
Legislator Dixon sponsors resolution to streamline process for obtaining vital statistic records

10/20/11
Legislator Dixon declares October 20th Breast Cancer Awareness Day in Erie County

09/13/11
County Reopens First Stretch of Reconstructed Eden Evans Center Road

08/10/11
Smardz and Dixon to Conduct Free Child Car Seat Check for Area Families

07/28/11
Construction Begins on Eden Evans Center Road

07/26/11
Legislator Dixon announces public forum focused on farming in Erie County

07/19/11
Legislator Dixon to meet with residents in Eden and North Collins

07/12/11
Legislator Dixon's Summer 2011 Newsletter

06/24/11
Erie County Beaches Officially Open for Summer 2011 Season

06/21/11
Legislator Dixon announces Bicycle Route Guide now available

06/13/11
Legislator Dixon announces Household Hazardous Waste Drop-Off Day

05/13/11
Hot Spot Fishing Maps available through Legislator Dixon’s office

05/05/11
Legislator Dixon donates laptops to Town of Boston Recreation Center

05/03/11
Legislator Dixon announces free boater safety course open to 25 attendees

04/27/11
Legislator Dixon’s Prom Dress Drive collects more than 600 dresses

04/25/11
Erie County to participate in National Prescription Drug Drop Off Day

04/15/11
Free gowns available during Legislator Dixon's two ‘shopping’ days

04/11/11
Legislator Dixon announces availability of second emergency HEAP benefits

04/04/11
Legislator Dixon's March 2011 Newsletter

03/29/11
Legislator Dixon, Legislature voices support for ‘Laura Cummings Law’

03/17/11
Legislator Dixon announces that Erie County opposes wind farms in Lake Erie

03/11/11
Legislator Dixon announces free boater safety course

03/07/11
Legislator Dixon’s Prom Dress Drive Returns

03/01/11
County’s Minority Caucus opposes imposing registration fee on bicycles

03/01/11
Legislator Dixon plans District Outreach Meetings in March

02/03/11
Conservation Tree and Shrub Seedlings available; orders due March 18

02/03/11
Legislator Dixon plans District Outreach Meetings

01/26/11
Legislator Dixon announces HEAP Outreach will be held Feb. 2 at Eden Town Hall

01/05/11
Toward a Regional Vision: Erie and Niagara Counties Framework for Regional Growth Shared and Differing Approaches in Implementing a Two-County Plan