NEW REPORT: A fiscal analysis of pending justice reforms in New York State finds that implementing them would collectively save and/or generate an estimated $1.52 billion for the state annually. #UnlockingBILLIONS
Debate raged Tuesday over Buffalo’s School Zone Safety Program that uses speed camera technology to enforce the 15 mph speed limit at 20 locations near schools in the city.
Please share these flyers widely with your networks about the City of Buffalo’s new programs to help drivers avoid costly fees and tickets: Fix-It tickets, Stop Receipts, and the Buffalo Motorist Assistance Program. Please share on social media and, if you’re able, please print these flyers and post them in your workplaces or public places you visit to spread the word!
By assaulting 75-year-old Martin Gugino as he peacefully protested, the city and police attacked his “most fundamental rights as an American,” said his co-counsel.
So many aspects of policing are influenced by the police contract – yet residents have virtually no input over what is in it! During COVID one of the only ways elected officials hear from their representatives are by phone, email and social media, so this is how city legislatures hear from YOU what matters to YOU.
The Buffalo Common Council adopted a resolution titled “Defunding Police Forum” on June 23, 2020. This resolution calls on the Council to create a system to collect and compile written input from stakeholders on their ideas of reallocating funds in the city’s upcoming operating budget.