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Legislator Morton appointed to Erie County Agricultural and Farmland Protection Board


OFFICE HIGHLIGHTS

Legislator Ted Morton (R-Cheektowaga) calls on the Erie County Parks, Recreation and Forestry Department to hold town hall meetings to provide public input on Erie County Parks Master Plan.


At a legislative session held on July 14th, Legislators Ted Morton (R-Cheektowaga) and Patrick Burke (D-South Buffalo) honored Lancaster resident Marian Kreutzer on being named the grand marshal of the 78th annual Pulaski Day Parade.

You may have read recently in the news about ongoing efforts to dredge Como Lake. Long considered a “crown jewel” of the county parks system, if you drive down Lake Avenue in Lancaster and take a peek at the lake, it’s clear that the jewel needs quite a bit of polishing.

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.

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