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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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Legislator Lorigo tours the Village of East Aurora with
Minority Leader John Mills.

Touring the Roycroft Campus' Power House on Jan. 27, 2012
with Legislator John Mills and Assemblywoman Jane Corwin.

Queen of Heaven students created handmade cards
as part of the 2012 Valentines for Veterans program.

Kiwanis March 2012
Legislator Lorigo was the guest speaker at the West
Seneca Kiwanis Club's March 7, 2012 meeting. He is
joined by Kiwanis President Don Rauscher and
Kiwanis Past Lt. Governor & Program Chair Eric Paul.

 


Crista Botticello, owner of Ooo La La Boutique in East
Aurora, was honored during the April 5, 2012 session
for creating a scholarship program for high school seniors.

 


Julia Shea received a proclamation in recognition of being
a Greater East Aurora Chamber of Commerce 2012 Chambers
Choice honoree. Legislator Lorigo was proud to sponsor
Shea at the event.
(Photo courtesy of Joseph Stanek)


Doug Swift was recognized for his service as president
of the Roycroft Campus Corporation for seven years.
Legislator Lorigo presented the proclamation during the
Ribbon Cutting Ceremony for the Power House in April 2012.


Legislator Lorigo and a Meals on Wheels volunteer
deliver meals to a resident. 


Students from Marilla Primary School in the Iroquois
School District listened as Legislator Lorigo read,
"Seed, Soil and Sun"  on March 19, 2012 during
Agricultural Literacy Week.

 

Erie County Legislator Joseph Lorigo, right, named
Joseph Cantafio of West Seneca as December’s Citizen
of the Month. Mr. Cantafio was joined by his wife, Karen,
and three sons, from left, John, Paul, and Daniel at the
Dec. 6, 2012 Erie County Legislative Session. 

Marykate Hoffman and Daniel Kelley, educators at The
Gow School, recently received recognition from
the International Multisensory Structured Language Education
Council. Legislator Lorigo honored them during an assembly
held at the school on Dec. 7, 2012.  

OFFICE HIGHLIGHTS

Legislator Lorigo, Supervisor Meegan announce change at dangerous curve near Senior Center

Erie County Legislator Joseph Lorigo and West Seneca Supervisor Sheila Meegan announce that parking is no longer allowed on Seneca Street in front of the Senior Center to improve safety along that stretch of roadway.

October 2013 Column - County needs to focus on local improvements while State ranked worst for State Business Tax Climate

Last place. That is where New York State ranked in the Tax Foundation’s recent study that compares all 50 states’ tax systems.

Legislator Lorigo announces District Outreach Meetings

Legislator Joseph Lorigo will host District Outreach Meetings to meet with residents and discuss any questions or concerns they may have. Information about county services and programs will be available.

September 2013 Column - Prescription collection kiosks reduce risk of abuse, poisonings

Recently, Erie County has started offering residents the opportunity to dispose of unwanted drugs when they choose. Collection kiosks have been set up across the county allowing residents to safely drop off pharmaceuticals at their convenience.

Legislator Lorigo announces repair work on Bullis Road is complete

Erie County Legislator Joseph C. Lorigo met with County Highway workers last week on Bullis Road in Elma to receive an update on the repairs being done to improve the roadway for drivers. The two-week long project concluded at the end of August and included the application of asphalt overlays on several long stretches of roadway to address pothole and cracking complaints.

August 2013 Column - County has to prioritize funds, focus on infrastructure repairs

In my tenure as Erie County Legislator, I’ve learned about the priorities of the current administration and some of my colleagues.  I’ve also learned that their priorities don’t always line up with mine.

Legislators Lorigo and Mills to host Annual Hot Dog Roast Fundraiser at West Falls-Colden Library

Erie County Legislators Joseph C. Lorigo and John J. Mills announce that the 7th annual West Falls-Colden Community Library Hot Dog Roast Fundraiser will be held from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 24 at the library, 1966 Davis Road, West Falls.

County Primetime funding supports programs for hundreds of youth in East Aurora, Holland

Erie County Legislator Joseph C. Lorigo recently joined local Boys & Girls Club directors to observe how county Primetime funds were being used to maximize the benefit for local youths. On July 22, Legislator Lorigo toured the East Aurora Boys and Girls Club, Camp Ska-No-Ka-San in Holland and the Holland Boys and Girls Club, which are all utilizing County Primetime funding to operate summer programs.

July 2013 Column - Veterans’ organizations demonstrate commitment to helping our country’s bravest

I recently attended a fundraiser at the Harvey D. Morin VFW Post in West Seneca that brought awareness to the post's mission of rejuvenation under new, young leadership. Experiencing the same membership decline as other posts across the country, local veterans from the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan took action to bring in new membership, as well as promote its unique purpose.

Legislator Lorigo honors West Seneca resident for 75 years of service with the Boy Scouts

During the July 11, 2013 session, Erie County Legislator Joseph Lorigo presented a proclamation to Carl P. Dimmig Sr. of West Seneca in recognition of his more than 75 years with the Boy Scouts organization. Joining as a member in 1937, Dimmig has been very involved with several local troops and has held numerous leadership roles.