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Betty Jean Grant
District 2


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790 East Delavan Avenue
Buffalo, NY 14215
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Betty Jean Grant Presents Myra Robinson-Moses With Citizen of the Month Award

Buffalo, NY- At the regular session of the Erie County Legislature held in “Old County Hall” on Thursday, February 18, 2016, Erie County Legislator Betty Jean Grant (D-Buffalo) presented Myra Robinson-Moses with the Erie County Legislature’s Citizen of the Month Award for February 2016.

The Erie County Legislature’s Citizen of the Month Award was created by former Chairperson of the Legislature, Betty Jean Grant, in 2012 to recognize outstanding members of the community and among this distinguished group is Myra Robinson-Moses.

Myra Robinson-Moses is the President of the Roebling Ave. Block Club, and is also a member of We Are Women Warriors, Women Against Violence Everywhere, New York Against Gun Violence, Citizen Action of WNY, Stop The Violence Coalition, National Action Network and the Buffalo Peace Makers. Myra also is also a board member of Buff City Hoops, South Masten Block Club Coalition and Erie/WNY Block Club Coalition as well as the financial secretary for the NY Statewide Senior Action Council.

Myra Robinson-Moses also serves on the Contract Compliance Review Committee and is a member of the Erie County Charter Revision Commission.

Erie County Legislator Betty Jean Grant Honors Taijuan Littleton for his act of Heroism

Buffalo, NY- Erie County Legislator Betty Jean Grant (D-Buffalo) and all of her fellow legislators  presented Taijuan Littleton, the Rent-A-Center employee who saved a four-year-old boy, who had been alone in his home for two days after his mother tragically passed away after an accident, a proclamation honoring his act of heroism and proclaiming Thursday, December 17, 2015 Taijuan Littleton Day in Erie County at the regular session of the Erie County Legislature  held on Thursday, December 17, 2015 at 2:00 pm in “Old County Hall” located at 92 Franklin Street, 4th floor in downtown Buffalo.

“I offer my condolences to the family of the mother, but I am sure that somehow she knows that God took care of her little boy through the kindness and the involvement of a man who knew that he was his brother's keeper,” said Legislator Betty Jean Grant.

Betty Jean Grant to Host Discussion with Sam Hoyt On Buffalo Billion’s ‘Better Buffalo Fund’

Buffalo, NY- Erie County Legislator, Betty Jean Grant and the “We are Women Warriors” group will host a discussion on the Buffalo Billion’s “Better Buffalo Fund” with Empire State Development Corporation and Sam Hoyt, the Western New York regional president for the Empire State Development Corp, on Wednesday, June 17th, 2015 at the Frank E. Merriweather Library, located at 1324 Jefferson Ave., Buffalo, NY 14208 from 5:30-7:45 PM.

Legislator Betty Jean Grant names Albert Steele Citizen of the Month for February 2015

Erie County, NY -Legislator Betty Jean Grant (D-Buffalo) commended Albert Steele for his civic contributions, and in recognition of his charitable work in the community, named him Erie County Legislature’s Citizen of the Month for February 2015 at the Erie County Legislature’s regular session held in “Old County Hall” on Thursday, February 26, 2015 in downtown Buffalo.

Albert Steele is a loyal supporter of the Winslow Ave. Block Club Council as well as a regular contributor of resources to the emergency food pantry that benefits low income families and senior citizens in the cold spring neighborhood.  Mr. Steele has also been known to help senior citizens get their furnaces repaired through the block club council and donates food baskets to families in need and single mothers in crisis.