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ALS Ice Bucket Challenge Accepted


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Erie County Legislator Ted Morton announces that Plymouth Crossroads has received Primetime Funding for 2016. The Legislature approved the funding package for 61 organizations at its Thursday, June 9, 2016 session, including $4,226 for Plymouth Crossroads, located in Lancaster. The funding will be used to provide programming to youths throughout Erie County through supervised, recreational activities during the upcoming summer recess. 


Legislator Ted Morton announces that a resolution he sponsored to provide free notary services to the public courtesy of the County Legislature Clerk’s staff was approved unanimously at the June 9, 2016 session.

Every 10 years an independent commission of volunteers dedicates hours to review and revise the county charter, the document under which Erie County government operates. This is an incredibly important document that sets the framework for the operation of the entire county including its elected officials.


As many of you who have travelled Losson Road the past few years can attest, it has been quite a rough experience as road construction had stalled for quite a while.


Erie County Legislator Ted Morton is recruiting donors for his 3rd annual Unyts Blood Drive to help neighbors in need and support Unyts’ mission.

Erie County Legislator Ted Morton accepted the ALS Ice Bucket challenge in memory of a friend who passed away after years of battling the disease. He took the challenge along with his colleagues, Legislator Pat Burke and Legislator Peter Savage. The rookie Legislators were challenged by County Comptroller Stefan Mychajliw.

Legislator Morton challenged Cheektowaga Supervisor Mary Holtz, Lancaster Supervisor Dino Fudoli and Alden Supervisor Bud Milligan. In addition to accepting the challenge, Legislator Morton will be donating to the cause. 

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