The Buffalo Niagara Partnership’s 2017 Advocacy Agenda made its debut last night in front of nearly 300 members and a record number of elected leaders. The capacity crowd filled Pettibones Grille at Coca-Cola Field in downtown Buffalo for a night of networking and policy conversation.
The 2017 Advocacy Agenda unveiling event was featured in a Buffalo News article Friday morning. The article highlighted a regional priority of connecting the community and growing through improved transportation initiatives.
On January 7th, The Buffalo Niagara Partnership unveiled its 2016 Advocacy Agenda in front of a capacity crowd. Our dedicated members and more than 50 elected officials and government leaders came together as we rolled out nearly two dozen specific policy priorities the Partnership will be working on in 2016.
For well over a decade, the Buffalo Niagara Partnership has collaborated with the cities of Buffalo and Niagara Falls and the counties of Erie and Niagara to produce the Regional Agenda.
The document has been a combination of shared requests for both project funding and policy changes at the state and federal level.