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Legislator Lorigo partners with Daisy Troop to thank members of law enforcement


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The Erie County Legislature’s Majority Leader, Joseph C. Lorigo, sent a letter to the County Executive asking for further explanation concerning his withdrawal of Carol Dankert-Maurer’s name as Mental Health Commissioner....

Like many of you, I awoke on Jan. 9 to some snow and blowing wind. It wasn’t anything we hadn’t dealt with before. For many of us, after the 7-foot Snovember storm, it seemed like nothing. Because of the conditions, the roads were a...

Erie County Legislator Joseph C. Lorigo announces that a Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) Outreach will be held on Tuesday, Feb. 3 at the Aurora Senior Citizens Center, 101 King St, East Aurora.  Interviews will begin at 9 a.m. and...

The Erie County Legislature’s Majority Leader, Joseph C. Lorigo, sent a letter to the County Attorney requesting a Home Rule Request be drafted and sent to the New York State Legislature that would grant Erie County the right to charge...

The Majority Caucus re-elected Legislator Joseph Lorigo to the position of Majority Leader. First elected to the Legislature in 2011, Majority Leader Lorigo was the first Conservative Party member to hold the position when he was appointed by the...

Erie County Legislature Majority Leader Joseph Lorigo partnered with his nieces, Adriana and Alaina Lorigo, members of Daisy Troop 31147, to deliver several boxes of Girl Scout cookies to officers, dispatchers and staff at the Erie County Sheriff’s Office Elma Substation, East Aurora Police Department and West Seneca Police Department on April 1, 2014 to thank them for everything they do to keep our community safe.

 

“When my nieces asked me if I wanted to buy cookies this year, I decided to purchase several extra boxes to teach the girls about the importance of giving back. We discussed where the boxes of cookies should go and it was decided we would donate to local law enforcement agencies to thank them for their service and dedication. I am incredibly proud of my nieces for thinking of our local heroes and for paying it forward through this random act of kindness,” said Legislator Lorigo.