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Legislator Morton appointed to Erie County Agricultural and Farmland Protection Board


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Erie County Legislator Ted Morton joined representatives from UFC at a press conference today at Pursue Martial Arts in Clarence to support efforts to legalize Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) in New York State, which is the only state where the sport is illegal at the professional level. The press conference was part of a four-city tour in support of legislation currently before the NYS Assembly and Senate.  


I’m excited to begin a new year and term to build upon the work that the Legislature started the past two years. 2016 brings new opportunities to improve and challenges to tackle.

Erie County Legislator Ted Morton was officially sworn-in for his second term during the annual reorganizational meeting of the Legislature held Jan. 7, 2016 in Old County Hall. A resident of Cheektowaga, Legislator Morton won re-election this past November.

Erie County Legislator Ted Morton thanks everyone who donated to his second annual food drive benefitting the Alden-Marilla Community Food Pantry, Trinity Pantry and Tri-Community Food Pantry. In all, it took several carloads to deliver the food from the collection sites to the food pantries the week of Dec. 14.

Erie County Legislator Ted Morton (R-Cheektowaga), with the support of community partners, announces his 2nd Annual Food Drive to benefit the Alden-Marilla Community Food Pantry, Trinity Pantry, and Tri-Community Food Pantry. Non-perishable goods will be collected from Tuesday, Nov. 17 through Monday, Dec. 14.

Erie County Legislator Ted Morton has been named to the Erie County Agricultural and Farmland Protection Board with unanimous support by the Legislature. The appointment was announced by Chairman John Mills at the Jan.23 session of the Legislature.

 

“I am honored to be appointed to the Agricultural and Farmland Protection Board as Erie County continues to focus on supporting the farming industry. The board’s mission is critically important to many of our communities and residents and I look forward to having a seat at the table to address the needs presented by the board,” said Legislator Morton.

 

For information about the Agricultural and Farmland Protection Board, please visit www.erie.gov/environment.

 

To contact Legislator Morton’s Legislative Office, please call at 858-8856 or email ted.morton@erie.gov