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Home > Leadership > Mayor > Archived Press Releases > 2010 Archives > September 2010

September 2010

Mayor Brown Celebrates Beyond/In Western New York At City Hall
Sep-24-2010 — Mayor Byron W. Brown today joined leaders of Buffalo’s arts and cultural community to celebrate the opening of the first-ever Beyond/In Western New York art installation...
Mayor Brown Announces Retirement Of Deputy Fire Commissioner Patrick T. Lewis
Sep-24-2010 — Mayor Byron W. Brown today announced the retirement of Deputy Fire Commissioner Patrick T. Lewis, who has served for the...
Mayor Brown Announces Citywide Green Initiatives
Sep-22-2010 — Mayor Byron W. Brown has announced a number of initiatives that will help to address sewer overflow issues and also help...
Mayor Brown Invites Citizens To Participate In Public Hearing
Sep-22-2010 — Mayor Brown invites the citizens of Buffalo to attend a public hearing to discuss the anticipated allocations and development of the Proposed 2011-2012 Annual Action Plan for the following formula grants...
Mayor Browns 9th Annual Kids Summer Reading Challenge Award Ceremony
Sep-18-2010 — For the 9th consecutive year, Mayor Byron W. Brown today handed out certificates of achievement and an assortment of prizes and gifts to children from across...
Mayor Brown Attends 911 Buffalo Firefighters Memorial Service
Sep-11-2010 — Mayor Byron W. Brown attended the Buffalo Fire Department’s Memorial Ceremony for Buffalo firefighters who have lost their lives in the line of duty...
Grand Re-Opening Of Johnnie B. Wiley Amateur Sports Pavilion
Sep-11-2010 — Mayor Byron W. Brown today joined Buffalo Public School Superintendant Dr. James Williams and Bills Hall of Famer Thurman Thomas and community members in celebration of the...
Mayor Brown Hosts 100,000th Call Celebration
Sep-02-2010 — Mayor Byron W. Brown today celebrated the City of Buffalo’s 311 Call and Resolution Center’s 100,000th service request...