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District 10 residents honored at Sheriff's Office graduation


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Today, the Eric County Legislature approved a resolution requesting the County Executive attend and speak at a special public meeting on the ongoing problems in CPS and the Department of Social Services. The resolution received bipartisan (7-4)...

Today, the Erie County Legislature opposed the recent recommendation of a $15 minimum wage for fast food workers in New York State by the New York Minimum Wage Board. Per the recommendation, rates would be raised incrementally in New York City,...

Many college students are enjoying a nice break this summer before they return to classes in the fall. Unfortunately for Erie Community College students, returning in the fall just became $300 more expensive.  

Erie County Legislature Majority Leader Joseph Lorigo and Legislator Ted Morton have requested that the county thoroughly examine a leasing option for county vehicles to determine if tax dollars could be saved. Recently, Cattaraugus County...

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Erie County Legislator Joseph Lorigo congratulates the following residents from District 10 who graduated from the Erie County Sheriff's Office Jail Management Division Basic Corrections Training on March 8, 2013:
  • Deputy Raffaele Dipardo of West Seneca 
  • Deputy Daniel Darmstedter of Elma



Legislator Joseph Lorigo, Superintendent of Jail Management Division 
Thomas Diina, Deputy Raffaele Dipardo and Sheriff Tim Howard