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Majority Leader
Joseph C. Lorigo -
District 10

 

District Office:
Old Erie County Hall
92 Franklin Street
Fourth Floor
Buffalo, N.Y. 14202

Phone: 858-8922
Fax: 858-8895
Email: joseph.lorigo@erie.gov

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OFFICE HIGHLIGHTS

June 2016 Column - Failure to approve ridesharing would further up/downstate divide, Legislature identifies new approach to battle lead

A few weeks ago, I spoke at a rally in support of bringing ridesharing to Upstate New York. Having companies such as Uber or Lyft won’t just be positive for the City of Buffalo, but also the suburbs and rural areas where public transportation is at a minimum.

Legislator Lorigo announces Cornell Cooperative Extension to offer programming through Primetime Funding

Erie County Legislator Joseph C. Lorigo announces that Cornell Cooperative Extension, in East Aurora, has received 2016 Primetime Funding for the first time. The organization will receive $7,500 to provide programming this summer.

Majority Leader Lorigo honors 2016 M1 for Vets honorees

Erie County Legislature Majority Leader Joseph Lorigo recently recognized two local veterans for their service and sacrifice. Proclamations were presented to Lance Corporal Mark Beyers and Corporal Mark O’Brien, Marine Corps veterans, who were wounded in action, during M1 for Vets’ presentation held recently at the Aurora Fish & Game Club.

 

May 2016 Column - Difference in priorities must be addressed

Recently the Erie County Legislature’s 11 members have come together to work on several key initiatives and I am extremely proud of the work we have accomplished. The Legislature unanimously approved a plan to create the Opioid Response Hotline, committed funding for hazardous lead abatement, and passed a budget balancing amendment package that invests in Erie County while sending millions back to fund balance that the County Executive wanted to spend on various items.

Majority Leader Lorigo delivers remarks at rally to legalize ridesharing in upstate

Majority Leader Joseph Lorigo joined Buffalo Mayor Byron W. Brown, members of the Western New York State Delegation, Erie County Legislators, Buffalo Common Council Members, representatives of diverse sectors including tourism, business, education, cultural institutions, health care and developmental disability advocates at a rally at Kleinhan's Music Hall to voice their support for enabling ridesharing companies to operate throughout New York.  


April 2016 Column - New initiatives create priority discussion

As we close the first quarter of 2016, Erie County is at a crossroads. The County Executive has put forward a costly agenda in his second term, requesting dozens of new jobs, millions of dollars in additional spending, and utilizing surplus funds to create long-term costs. We also have reports of declining sales tax revenue to the tune of $9 million under budget for 2015.  Quite frankly, the budget surplus is not the positive picture that the County Executive is painting.  It isn’t added cash, it’s simply money meant to be spent in 2015 that wasn’t spent.  

Legislature supports RecruitNY, recognizes importance of volunteer firefighters

Erie County Legislator Joseph Lorigo announces that the Legislature has approved a proclamation in support of the 6th annual RecruitNY, encouraging residents to consider joining their local fire company, which are in critical need of new members.

Legislator Lorigo announces several district roads to be repaved this construction season

Erie County Legislator Joseph Lorigo announces that $26.8 million has been allocated for road and bridge projects. The funding was approved at the April 14, 2016 session and includes several projects in the district he represents.

Legislator Lorigo reminds residents of two drug take back days in April

Erie County Legislator Joseph Lorigo announces two opportunities for residents to properly dispose of medications and needles in April.

Legislator Lorigo to host satellite hours at West Seneca Senior Center

Erie County Legislator Joseph C. Lorigo announces a district outreach meeting will be held at the West Seneca Senior Center to discuss county services, distribute Yellow Dot packets and to discuss any questions or concerns residents may have.