Monthly Archives: June 2020

    (Reuters) – Top business executives in the United States are calling on the U.S. Congress to pass bipartisan policing reform before its August recess, in the wake of protests against police brutality and racial bias in the criminal justice system.

    “Congress cannot afford to let this moment pass,” Joshua Bolten, the president and chief executive of The Business Roundtable group, said in a statement on Wednesday.

    “There is room for bipartisan agreement on many critical issues of policing reform, but the issues will be resolved only in negotiations between the House and Senate,” the statement added.

    The development comes amid demonstrations against police brutality following the May 25 death of George Floyd, a Black man killed after a police officer knelt on his neck for nearly nine minutes while detaining him in Minneapolis.

    The group urged Congress to bring about more transparency and accountability in the reforms including establishing a ‘National Police Misconduct Registry’ to maintain disciplinary records of police officers.

    It also called for federal minimum standards for policing, including on use of lethal and non-lethal force, adding that training programs for the police should be made more robust.


      Stocks climbed broadly higher on Wall Street Monday, as the market clawed back more than a third of its losses from last week.

      The S&P 500 was up 1% in afternoon trading after a much healthier-than-expected report on the housing market shook the market from its wobbly start. European stocks had similar fluctuations before pushing higher. Treasury yields were mixed. Oil prices rose.

      The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose 475 points, or 1.9%, to 25,490, while the Nasdaq composite was up 0.7%.

      Gains for Boeing and Apple in particular helped to lift Wall Street indexes. Boeing jumped 12.4% as its troubled 737 Max jet looks set to begin test flights soon, while Apple added 1.7% as customers keep buying its products regardless of whether they’re quarantined.

      Stocks of smaller companies also jumped more than the rest of the market, which often happens when investors are feeling more optimistic about the economy. The Russell 2000 index of small-cap stocks was up 2.5% to recover nearly all of its loss from last week.

      They’re the latest choppy moves for markets around the world, which have been swinging back and forth in recent weeks. A rise in infections of the new coronavirus, including in the U.S. South and West, has dented the optimism that earlier sent the S&P 500 screaming nearly all the way back to the record it reached in February

      The worry is that the worsening levels could choke off the budding improvements the economy has shown recently as states and other governments ease up on lockdown orders, even with the Federal Reserve and other central banks pumping unprecedented amounts of aid into the economy.

      Florida and Texas put new restrictions on bars to slow the spread of the virus, for example, which helped drive the S&P 500 to a loss of 2.9% last week. Other government around the world are likewise backtracking on efforts to reopen their economies following widespread lockdowns that sent the global economy into a sudden, severe recession.

      To see how sharply the economy is swinging, consider Monday’s report on the housing market. It showed that the number of Americans signing contracts to buy homes rose a record 44.3% in May from a month earlier. That was more than double the 17% rise that economists were expecting. It was also a whiplash reversal from the record-breaking plunge of nearly 22% that came in April as the pandemic froze the housing market.

      The encouraging housing report is likely a sign of pent up demand, considering that spring is the key season for home sales and it was delayed mostly until summer, said Mark Litzerman, head of global portfolio management at Wells Fargo Investment Institute.

      “It is good to see that people are out there buying again,” he said. “The biggest thing is how quickly the consumer comes back and how do they come back.”

      The S&P 500 had been flipping between small gains and losses in the first hour of trading, down 0.3% at one point, before charging higher following the release of the housing report.

      The market’s gains were widespread, with industrial companies and raw-material producers jumping the highest. Homebuilders also helped lift the market. Hovnanian Enterprises surged 12.2%.

      Simon Property Group, an owner of shopping malls, has seen its shares rise and fall for months with expectations of whether people will be able to get closer to “normal” activity. It was up 8% for one of the largest gains in the S&P 500.

      Stocks of airlines, whose profits are also excruciatingly tied to a reopening economy, were also strong. Southwest Airlines gained 8.9%, American Airlines Group climbed 6.5% and Alaska Air Group added 6.3%.

      Facebook rose 1.2% after shaking off a loss earlier in the morning. It’s facing a defection of advertisers tired of the racist and violent posts spreading through the social network. Starbucks on Sunday joined the list of big companies saying it will pause its advertising on social media.

      Given all the uncertainty about the path for the economy and corporate profits, many professional investors say the only sure thing for markets is that upcoming movements will likely be volatile. The second quarter of the year is set to close out Tuesday, and the S&P 500 is on pace for a gain of more than 17%, which would be its best since late 1998. Of course, that follows the U.S. stock market’s loss of nearly 20% in the first quarter, which was its worst since the bottom of the 2008 financial crisis.

      The yield on the 10-year Treasury rose to 0.64% from 0.63% late Friday. It tends to move with investors’ expectations for the economy and inflation.

      Oil prices rose. Benchmark U.S. crude oil for August delivery was up 3.1% to $39.70 a barrel. Brent crude oil for August delivery rose 1.7% to $41.71 a barrel.

      In Europe, the French CAC 40 was up 0.7% after recovering from an earlier dip. Germany’s DAX returned 1.2%, and the FTSE 100 in London was up 1.1%. Many Asian markets finished with losses.


      AP Business Writer Elaine Kurtenbach contributed.

      LOS ANGELES (AP) — Colin Kaepernick is joining with Emmy-winning filmmaker Ava DuVernay on a Netflix drama series about the teenage roots of the former NFL player’s activism.

      “Colin in Black & White” will examine Kaepernick’s high school years to illuminate the experiences that shaped his advocacy, Netflix said Monday.

      “Too often we see race and Black stories portrayed through a white lens,” Kaepernick said in a statement. “We seek to give new perspective to the differing realities that Black people face. We explore the racial conflicts I faced as an adopted Black man in a white community, during my high school years.

      Kaepernick, born to a white mother and Black father, was adopted in Wisconsin by a white couple who moved to California when he was a child.

      In 2016, the San Francisco 49ers quarterback began kneeling during the national anthem to protest police brutality and racial inequality, drawing both support and criticism, with his detractors including President Donald Trump. Kaepernick became a free agent in 2017 but went unsigned.

      Writing on the six-episode series was completed in May, the streaming service said. DuVernay, writer Michael Starrbury and Kaepernick are the executive producers. Kaepernick will appear as himself as the limited series’ narrator, Netflix said.

      Further casting details and a release date were not immediately announced.

      Kaepernick called it an honor to collaborate with DuVernay, whose credits include the award-winning “When They See Us,” which dramatized the Central Park Five case, and the Oscar-nominated documentary “13th.”

      “With his act of protest, Colin Kaepernick ignited a national conversation about race and justice with far-reaching consequences for football, culture and for him, personally,” DuVernay said in a statement. “Colin’s story has much to say about identity, sports and the enduring spirit of protest and resilience.”

      Kaepernick, who led the 49ers to the Super Bowl following the 2012 season, filed a grievance against the league in 2017, contending teams colluded to keep him out. The sides reached an undisclosed settlement in 2019.

      The 32-year-old Kaepernick still wants an opportunity to play. A workout in Atlanta last November that was organized by the NFL turned chaotic and resulted in no job offers.

      In the aftermath of nationwide protests following the death of George Floyd, NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell apologized to players for not listening to them earlier and encouraged them to protest peacefully. Goodell says he’s encouraged teams to sign Kaepernick.

      “This young man is talented enough to play in the National Football League,” league executive Troy Vincent said recently.


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        HOUSTON (AP) — Health departments around the U.S. that are using contact tracers to contain coronavirus outbreaks are scrambling to bolster their ranks amid a surge of cases and resistance to cooperation from those infected or exposed.

        With too few trained contact tracers to handle soaring caseloads, one hard-hit Arizona county is relying on National Guard members to pitch in. In Louisiana, people who have tested positive typically wait more than two days to respond to health officials — giving the disease crucial time to spread. Many tracers are finding it hard to break through suspicion and apathy to convince people that compliance is crucial

        Contact tracing — tracking people who test positive and anyone they’ve come in contact with — was challenging even when stay-at-home orders were in place. Tracers say it’s exponentially more difficult now that many restaurants, bars and gyms are full, and people are gathering with family and friends.

        “People are probably letting their guard down a little … they think there is no longer a threat,” said Grand Traverse County, Michigan, Health Officer Wendy Hirschenberger, who was alerted by health officials in another part of the state that infected tourists had visited vineyards and bars in her area.

        Her health department was then able to urge local residents who had visited those businesses to self-quarantine.

        Hirschenberger was lucky she received that information — only made possible because the tourists had cooperated with contact tracers. But that’s often not the case.

        Dr. Anthony Fauci, the nation’s top infectious disease expert, said Friday that contact tracing simply isn’t working in the U.S.

        Some who test positive don’t cooperate because they don’t feel sick. Others refuse testing even after being exposed. Some never call back contact tracers. And still others simply object to sharing any information.

        Another new challenge: More young people are getting infected, and they’re less likely to feel sick or believe that they’re a danger to others.

        While older adults were more likely to be diagnosed with the virus early in the pandemic, figures from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention show that the picture flipped almost as soon as states began reopening. Now, people 18 to 49 years old are most likely to be diagnosed.

        On Monday, the United States reported 38,800 newly confirmed infections, with the total surpassing 2.5 million, according to a tally by Johns Hopkins University. For a few days now, daily reported cases in the U.S. have broken the record set in April. That partially reflects increased testing.

        Some states were caught off guard by the surge and are trying to quickly bolster the number of contact tracers.

        “Right now we have an insufficient capacity to do the job we need to,” Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson said recently, announcing he wanted to use federal coronavirus relief funds to increase the number of contact tracers to 900.

        Arkansas already has 200 doing the job, but infections have risen more than 230% and hospitalizations nearly 170% since Memorial Day. Businesses that had closed because of the virus were allowed to reopen in early May, and the state further eased its restrictions this month.

        In addition to needing more staff to handle rising case numbers, contact-tracing teams also must build trust with people who might be uneasy or scared, said Dr. Umair Shah, executive director for Harris County Public Health in Houston, where an outbreak threatens to overwhelm hospitals.

        That’s difficult to do if infected people don’t return calls.

        In Louisiana, only 59% of those who have tested positive since mid-May have responded to phone calls from contact tracers, according to the latest data from the state health department. Just one-third answered within the crucial first 24 hours after the test results. Tracers there get an answered phone call, on average, more than two days after receiving information about the positive test.

        Perry N. Halkitis, dean of the Rutgers School of Public Health, said COVID-19 spreads so fast that contact tracers need to get in touch with 75% of the potentially exposed people within 24 hours of their exposure to successfully combat the spread.

        “Is it as good as we would like? Well, obviously not,” said Dr. Jimmy Guidry, Louisiana’s state health officer. “It’s better than not having it.”

        Contact tracers around Utah’s capital of Salt Lake City have seen caseloads double and cooperation wane since the economy reopened, said health investigator Mackenzie Bray. One person who wasn’t answering calls told Bray they didn’t want to waste her time because they and their contacts weren’t high-risk — a dangerous assessment because the person might not know the health history of their contacts, Bray said.

        Getting people to act on tracers’ advice also is a challenge. In the Seattle area, only 21% of infected people say they went into isolation on the day they developed symptoms. People, on average, are going three days from the time they develop symptoms until they test, said Dr. Matt Golden, a University of Washington doctor who is leading case investigations for King County Public Health Department.

        Since people are infectious for two days before symptoms, that means many are spreading the virus for five days, he said.

        In hard-hit Maricopa County, Arizona, officials hired 82 people to bolster contact tracing, allowing them to reach 600 people a day, said Marcy Flanagan, executive director of the Maricopa County Department of Public Health.

        But the daily average of confirmed infections has soared, to 1,800 a day from 200 in May, county figures show. That means the county must leave the rest of the cases to be handled by colleges, health agencies and the Arizona National Guard, Flanagan said.

        All of them must triage: Each infected person is asked in an automated text to fill out a survey to assess their risk level, and tracers only contact by phone those who appear to be high risk or work in settings that could trigger a dangerous outbreak, such as an assisted living facility.

        Contact tracing is key to avoiding worst-case outcomes, said Dr. Tom Frieden, former director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and current president and CEO of Resolve to Save Lives, a nonprofit that works to prevent epidemics. But the explosion of U.S. cases has made it nearly impossible for even the most well-staffed health departments to keep up, he said.

        Contact tracing is “a tried and true public health function,” Frieden said. “If the health department calls, pick up the phone.”


        Webber reported from Fenton, Michigan, and McCombs from Salt Lake City. Associated Press journalists Andrew DeMillo in Little Rock, Arkansas; Carla K. Johnson in Seattle; Melinda Deslatte in Baton Rouge, Louisiana; and Terry Chea in San Francisco contributed.


          WASHINGTON (AP) — A divided Supreme Court on Monday struck down a Louisiana law regulating abortion clinics, reasserting a commitment to abortion rights over fierce opposition from dissenting conservative justices in the first big abortion case of the Trump era.

          Chief Justice John Roberts and his four more liberal colleagues ruled that the law requiring doctors who perform abortions to have admitting privileges at nearby hospitals violates abortion rights the court first announced in the landmark Roe v. Wade decision in 1973.

          The outcome is not the last word on the decades-long fight over abortion with dozens of state-imposed restrictions winding their way through the courts. But the decision was a surprising defeat for abortion opponents, who thought that a new conservative majority with two of President Donald Trump’s appointees on board would start chipping away at abortion access.

          The key vote belonged to Roberts, who had always voted against abortion rights before, including in a 2016 case in which the court struck down a Texas law that was virtually identical to the one in Louisiana.

          The chief justice explained that he continues to think the Texas case was wrongly decided, but believes it’s important for the court to stand by its prior decisions.

          “The result in this case is controlled by our decision four years ago invalidating a nearly identical Texas law,” Roberts wrote. He did not join the opinion written by Justice Stephen Breyer for the other liberals in Monday’s decision, and his position left abortion-rights supporters more relieved than elated.

          The case was the third in two weeks in which Roberts, a George W. Bush appointee, joined the court’s liberals in the majority. One of the earlier decisions preserved the legal protections and work authorization for 650,000 immigrants who were brought to the U.S. as children. The other extended federal employment-discrimination protections to LGBT Americans, a decision that Justice Neil Gorsuch also joined and wrote.

          In dissent on Monday, Justice Clarence Thomas wrote, “Today a majority of the Court perpetuates its ill-founded abortion jurisprudence by enjoining a perfectly legitimate state law and doing so without jurisdiction.”

          President Trump’s two appointees, Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh, were in dissent, along with Samuel Alito. The presence of the new justices is what fueled hopes among abortion opponents, and fears on the other side, that the Supreme Court would be more likely to uphold restrictions.

          The Trump administration had sided with Louisiana in urging the court to uphold the law. White House Press Secretary Kayleigh McEnany criticized the decision. “In an unfortunate ruling today, the Supreme Court devalued both the health of mothers and the lives of unborn children by gutting Louisiana’s policy that required all abortion procedures be performed by individuals with admitting privileges at a nearby hospital,” McEnany said.

          Nancy Northup, president and CEO of the Center for Reproductive Rights, said Monday’s decision by no means ends the struggle over abortion rights in legislatures and the courts.

          “We’re relieved that the Louisiana law has been blocked today but we’re concerned about tomorrow. With this win, the clinics in Louisiana can stay open to serve the one million women of reproductive age in the state. But the Court’s decision could embolden states to pass even more restrictive laws when clarity is needed if abortion rights are to be protected,” Northup said.

          Marjorie Dannenfelser, president of the anti-abortion Susan B. Anthony List, said, “Today’s ruling is a bitter disappointment. It demonstrates once again the failure of the Supreme Court to allow the American people to protect the well-being of women from the tentacles of a brutal and profit-seeking abortion industry.

          A trial judge had said the law would not provide health benefits to women and would leave only one clinic open in Louisiana, in New Orleans. That would make it too hard for women to get abortions, in violation of the Constitution, the judge ruled.

          But the appeals court in New Orleans rejected the judge’s findings and upheld the law in 2018, doubting that any clinics would have to close and saying that doctors had not tried hard enough to establish relationships with local hospitals.

          The clinics filed an emergency appeal at the Supreme Court, asking that the law be blocked while the justices evaluated the case.

          Early last year, Roberts joined with the four liberal members of the court to grant that request and keep the law on hold.

          Roberts’ vote was a bit of a surprise because he voted in the Texas case to uphold the clinic restrictions. It may have reflected his new role since Justice Anthony Kennedy’s retirement as the court’s swing justice, his concern about the court being perceived as a partisan institution and his respect for a prior decision of the court, even one he disagreed with. Roberts didn’t write anything explaining his position at the time of the Texas case.

          The regulations at issue in Louisiana are distinct from other state laws making their way through court challenges that would ban abortions early in a pregnancy. Those include bans on abortion once a fetal heartbeat is detected, as early as 6 weeks, and the almost total ban passed in Alabama.



          By Dale Anderson

          Pedro “Pete” Salas, a retired counselor for the State Division for Youth who helped found an American Legion post, died June 16 in his home in Riverview, Fla., near Tampa, after a period of declining health. He was 71.

          Born in Moca, in northwestern Puerto Rico, he came to Buffalo’s West Side in the early 1950s with his parents, who operated a grocery store on Niagara Street opposite the Shoreline Apartments. He was a 1968 graduate of Grover Cleveland High School.

          He earned a bachelor’s degree in Spanish in 1972 from the University at Buffalo, where he was a member of PODER, the Latino student organization, and had a scholarship to study in Spain.

          He met his wife, Ana Lopez, at a summer orientation session at UB. They were married in 1970.

          Mr. Salas was drafted into the Army during the Vietnam War, served as a specialist in Germany and returned to continue working as an academic counselor in the Equal Opportunity Program at UB.

          He went on to be a supervisor at the Chevrolet plant on East Delavan Avenue and a die caster at Westinghouse before taking his position with the State Division for Youth. He retired in the late 1990s due to health problems and moved to Florida in 2002.

          Also known as Pello, Mr. Salas was one of several Latino veterans who founded the Gabriel A. Rodriguez Post 1928, American Legion, and served as its first commander. He also was active as a longtime member of the Francis A. Lombardo Post 1031, American Legion.

          An avid sports fan, he played in local Puerto Rican softball leagues and never missed a Buffalo Bills game.

          In addition to his wife, a former legislative assistant for the Buffalo Common Council and Buffalo Municipal Housing Authority staffer, survivors include a daughter, Mariana “Mimi”; two sons, Pedro Jose “P.J.” and Michael; a brother, Arturo, a retired Buffalo police captain; and three grandchildren.


          BANGKOK (AP) — Governments and businesses are ramping up precautions as coronavirus case numbers rise to dire new levels in parts of the U.S. and around the world, potentially wiping out two months of progress.

          Indonesia was expected to pass the 50,000 mark for confirmed infections on Thursday. In Melbourne, health workers planned to go door-to-door to test more than 100,000 residents in a coronavirus hot spot that threatens to undo the nation’s success in battling the virus.

          In the Indian capital of New Delhi, which has reported more than 70,000 cases, authorities said they would conduct house-to-house screening over the coming two weeks. With the city’s hospitals overwhelmed, military personnel were providing care at makeshift medical wards fashioned from railroad coaches

          India reported a record high 16,922 cases on Thursday, taking the national total to 473,105, with nearly 15,000 deaths.

          The Africa Centers for Disease Control and Prevention said the continent’s cases have surged to more than 336,000, up by 10,000 from a day earlier. The Africa CDC chief said the pandemic on the 54-nation continent “is picking up speed very quickly” while shortages of testing materials and medical equipment remain severe in many countries.

          The actual numbers of cases everywhere, are thought to be far higher due to a number of reasons including limited testing.

          World financial markets were rattled by the setbacks in fighting the pandemic, which cloud prospects for recoveries of economies mired in their worst downturn since the Great Depression of the 1930s.

          Asian shares fell Thursday after the Dow Jones Industrial Average lost over 700 points overnight for a drop of 2.7% and the broader S&P 500 fell 2.6%.

          In China, where the virus first appeared late last year, an outbreak in Beijing appeared to have been brought under control. China reporting 19 newly confirmed cases nationwide amid mass testing in the capital. Case numbers both nationally and in Beijing were up by only single digits from Wednesday.

          South Korea was still struggling to quell an outbreak there, reporting 28 new cases on Thursday, mostly associated with nightlife, churches, a huge e-commerce warehouse and door-to-door sales. But the numbers have not reached the hundreds of new cases every day in late February and early March.

          While some governments are considering more aggressive action to stem fresh outbreaks, in other places such precautions are being unwound.

          Skyscraper-studded Dubai, in the United Arab Emirates, ended a monthslong nightly curfew, with the city-state’s media office saying in a tweet that there would be “free move all day & night” as long as people wore masks and maintained social distancing.

          European nations appeared on track to reopen their shared borders by July 1, and their EU representatives debated criteria for lifting restrictions on visitors from outside Europe. In Greece, aviation officials were visiting airports regional opens due to open to direct international flights on July 1.

          Americans are unlikely to be allowed into EU nations, given how the pandemic is flaring in the U.S. and President Donald Trump’s ban on Europeans entering the United States.

          American hospital administrators and health experts warned Wednesday that politicians and a public tired of being cooped up are letting a disaster unfold. The 34,700 COVID-19 cases reported Tuesday returned the U.S. to near its late April peak of 36,400 new cases in one day, according to a count kept by Johns Hopkins University.

          New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy and Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont announced their states, which were devastated by early outbreaks that appear to be under control, will require travelers from certain states to quarantine for 24 days upon arrival.

          The quarantine applies to people coming from states with a positive test rate higher than 10 per 100,000 residents on a seven-day average, or with a 10% or higher positive rate over seven days.

          Several states have set single-day case records this week. They include Arizona, California, Mississippi, Nevada, Texas and Oklahoma. Some also broke hospitalization records, as did North Carolina and South Carolina.

          The virus has been blamed for over 120,000 U.S. deaths — the highest toll in the world — and more than 2.3 million confirmed infections nationwide. On Wednesday, the widely cited University of Washington computer model of the outbreak projected nearly 180,000 deaths by Oct. 1.

          “People got complacent,” said Dr. Marc Boom, CEO of the Houston Methodist hospital system. “And it’s coming back and biting us, quite frankly.”

          Alarmed, some states are moving to ensure more consistent use of face masks and other anti-virus measures.

          North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper, a Democrat, ordered people to wear masks in public as the daily count of hospitalizations and new cases hovered near records. In Florida, several counties and cities recently enacted mask requirements.

          Nevada’s governor announced the state will require use of face-coverings in public places to stem rising infections after casinos, restaurants and other businesses started reopening.

          Dr. Peter Hotez, an infectious-disease expert at the Baylor College of Medicine in Texas, said he worries that states will squander what time they have to head off a much larger crisis.

          “We’re still talking about subtlety, still arguing whether or not we should wear masks, and still not understanding that a vaccine is not going to rescue us,” he said.

          Worldwide, over 9.4 million people have been confirmed infected, and nearly 500,000 have died, by Johns Hopkins’ count.

          Dr. Michael Ryan, the WHO’s emergencies chief, said when countries will hit their peak numbers of infections hinges entirely on what people do.

          “There are no magic answers. There are no spells here. You can’t divine this away,” Ryan told reporters in Geneva. “We have to act at every level.”


          Associated Press journalists around the world contributed to this report.



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          Oral and Maxilliofacial Surgery Associates
          Front Desk Coordinator
          National Fuel
          Emergency Services Representative – WEST SENECA, NY
          Southwest Key Programs
          Case Manager * Clinical program Director * Community Monitor Temp

          Ennis Construction


          Willing to train
          Apply by phone to Josh, 716-485-6054, no text. If no answer, leave a message
          Collections Representative * Collections Specialist * CNC Machinist Team Lead * General Labor * Sheet Molder * Production Associate * Customer Service Representative


          Door Specialties
          530 Fillmore, Tonawanda, NY 14150
          Carpenter & Installers
          Curtiss Hotel – Buffalo, NY
          Centers Health Care
          CNA: Bilingual: Spanish
          NYS Office for People with Developmental Disabilities
          Licensed Practical Nurse
          Please include a resume.
          By Phone : Call Elaine Kawczynski at 716-608-2550
          By Fax :Fax to 716-517-3715 Attn : Elaine Kawczynski
          Dick’s Sporting Goods
          Retail Sales Associate (All Positions)
          Brabnnor Holdings Corp
          Delivery Driver $40k+ -PAID Training -No Exp Req’d
          Buffalo, NY 14219

          Frontier Science
          Variety of Computer related occupations
          Senior Specialists (Loss Mitigation)



          Continental School of Beauty – West Seneca, NY 14224


          People First Logistics



          WNY Independent Living

          Youth Peer Advocate

          RESUME AND

          COVER LETTER TO: Tina Brown, CHRCO

          WNY Independent Living, Inc.

          3108 Main St.

          Buffalo, NY 14214


          Spectrum Health and Human Services

          Billing Specialist  * Clinician III * Customer Service Representative * Care Coordination Customer Service Representative * Patient Navigator * Data Analyst * More Positions…


          Olive Garden

          Dishwasher * Prep Cook * Bartender * Server * Host * Line Cook * T o go specialist

          Matt’s Lake Effect Laundromat
          Social Media Specialist and Marketing
          Buffalo Public School
          Various openings
          Contact Representative: Seasonal
          Department of Treasury: IRS
          CLOSING DATE: 06/16/2020
          Hanes Supply Inc.
          Delivery Driver (Non CDL) * Customer Service Representative * Ecommerce Assistant * Repair and Maintenance Associate * Accounts Compliant Associate
          * Tractor Marine Boat Center (TMBC) Service Technician
          * Tractor Marine Boat Center (TMBC) Detailer

          Perform all service and warranty repairs on boats, motors, trailers or ATVs in a timely and efficient manner according to manufacturer specifications.

          Fat Bob’s Smokehouse
          Hospitality Squad Member
          GP:50 New York LTD and Blue Ribbon Corporation 
          Machinist Helper

          Department of The Air Force (Niagara Falls)
          Food Service Worker


          Diversified Labor Solutions 

          Production work 

          Current Locations with Open Positions: 

          ·        North America Drive, West Seneca  (6 openings) 

          ·        Sonwil Drive, Cheektowaga (6 openings) 

          ·        Ship Canal Parkway, Buffalo (4 openings) 

          ·        Sterling Drive, Orchard Park (6 openings) 








          Part-Time Vault Personal 




          Habitat for Humanity
          Constuction Crew Leader
          AAA Trash Be Gone
          General Laborers * CDL (W/H Rolling Experience) * Delivery Driver
          If you’re interested in applying you can walk right into their office at 1711 Union Road in West Seneca.
          Picone Construction
          Drivers CDL-A * Inside Sales * Assistant to Project Managers * Project Superintendent * Construction Carpenter Job
          Please reply with resume attached, listing qualifications and salary expectations to: Picone Construction Corporation, Attn: Human Resources 10995 Main Street, Clarence, New York 14031 or via e-mail to:

          Geico’s Buffalo office hiring 150 work-from-home positions
          Tree House Foods
          Production Packaging (1) * Production Sanitation (1) * Production Operations (13) * Production Maintenance (4) *Human Resources (2) *
          The GreenFields
          CNA * RN * LPN * Laundry Assistant * Social Worker * Receptionist * Groundskeeper * Dietary Supervisor

          Buffalo General Medical Center
          Material Handler

          Buffalo Pedal Tours
          Bike Guides * Boat Captains * Bartender
          Harmony Support Specialist * Harmony Client Support Lead * Conversational Marketing Specialist
          Curbell Virtual Job Fair
          Curbell, Inc. – Buffalo, NY

          Wednesday, May 27th at 12:30 pm EST for a virtual job fair/information session!

          Home Depot
          HIRING: Various positions & Locations
          Tops Friendly Markets
          HIRING: Various positions & Locations
          HIRING: Various positions & Locations
          National Fuel

          Payroll Systems Supervisor– WILLIAMSVILLE, NY
          Hispanics United Of Buffalo 
          Housing Specialist
          Crew: Various Positions
          ProAmpac Holdings, Inc.
          2nd Shift Press Lead * 2nd & 3rd Shift Printer Associate
          University at Buffalo
          Dental Assistant

          Department of Treasury

          Contact Representative “Seasonal”

          100 Vacancies: Cheektowaga New York



          Plating Lab Tech

          2 ATTACHMENTS

          Visit to apply online or

          You may send resumes to:

          Human Resources, McGard LLC, 3875 California Road, Orchard Park, NY 14127.


          Director: Environment, Health, Safety & Security
          Continental School of Beauty – West Seneca
          Director: Remote * Full time/Part time Esthetics Instructor * Esthetics & Nail Instructor * Barbering Instructor * Cosmetology Instructor
          Amazon: BUFFALO JOBS

          M Property Restoration 

          Roofing Labor
          North Tonawanda, New York
          Boys & Girls Clubs of Buffalo
          Youth Develpment Professional (Part-Time) * Director * Assistant Director

          Email your cover letter and resume to Human Resources at or use contact form at website:

          Mail to:

          Boys & Girls Clubs of Buffalo
          Attn: HR Director
          282 Babcock Street
          Buffalo, NY 14210


          U.S. Customs and Border Protection

          DEPARTMENTS: Office of Field Operations * Air & Marine Operations * U.S. Border Patrol

          Apogee Physicians
          Clerical Support Staff
          Buffalo Lift Trucks
          Forklift/Equipment Service Technicians
          Apply direct or by mail :
          Attn: Dave Frank
          5100 Broadway
          Depew, NY 14043

          Driller Helper
          North Tonawanda NY
          To apply, forward cover letter and resume to: OR
          All State Assembly
          Product Assembly Technician
          Cazenovia Recovery Systems
          28 Job Opportunities
          Osteopathic Wellness Medicine of WNY
          Medical Receptionist/Front Desk
          235 S. Elmwood-Buffalo
          General Service Technician * Technician B * Mechanic * Technician A
          Stylist Apply:
          Advantage Trim & Lumber Co., Inc.
          Entry Level Receptionist * Inside Sales Representative

          601 Ohio St. Buffalo

          Bricklayers and Allied Craft Workers Recruit Apprentices
          Recruitment till February 21, 2021
          Call first-due to virus-at 842-1013, before applying in person
          Applications can be obtained at Local Union #3, 1175 William Street, Buffalo, NY from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. on the first Tuesday of each month, excluding holidays, during the recruitment period. 
          Spectrum Health and Human Services
          Patient Navigator * Variety of Positions
          Doodle Bugs!
          Lead Teacher * Teacher Assistant
          Customer Service / E-Commerce Assistant
          Apply in person with resume at 5139 Southwestern Blvd., Hamburg, NY ( 9 am – 3 pm) or email
          Greek to Me Restaurant
          Prep Delivery Person
          2309 Eggert Rd. Sheridan Eggert Plaza, Tonowanda


          TMSI Logistics
          Or Phone: 800-847-8674 ext. 200 (ask for Steve)
          485 Ludwig Avenue
          Buffalo, NY 14227

          SJ Services Tree and Stump Management

          General laborers * Tree climbers * Grass cutters * Landscapers

          Williamsville New York

          Britesmith Brewing 
          Williamsville, NY 14221
          Full-time, Part-time – Remote (temporarily available, COVID-19)
          Variety of Positions



          Manufacturing Production Technician

          Project Manager * Senior Project Manager * Document Support Assistant * Project Safety Manager
          Child & Family Services:
          2020-05-15 open positions-Child & Family Services
          Server * Service Attendant * Cook * Host/Hostess * Restaurant Manager
          Dunkin Donuts
          Crew Member
          Various Locations
 New York

          300 Scajaquada St, Buffalo, NY
          Rental Store Clerk * Warehouse Cleaner * Forklift Operator * Hardware Store Clerk * WareHouse Associate * Small Engine Mechanic * Shippim. Receiving & Warehouse Associate
          The Center for Hospice & Pallative Care
          Ambulette Driver * RN * Grief Counselor * Director of Quality

          PostProcess Technologies

          Operations * Sales * Various Engineer Positions


          Lexington Cooperative Market
          SPS Temporaries
          Packaging – Assembly
          1ST/2ND & Weekend Shift – No Experience – $14.00HR
          Repackaging Facility – Orchard Park, NY

          Call Shannon at 716- 667-3600 to schedule an immediate interview!

          50 Lakefront Blvd # 11 Buffalo 14202
          Administrative Assistant * Engineer * Construction Office Coordinator
          Aspen Dental
          Aladdin’s Carpet Cleaning  
          Cleaning Technician
          Apply In-person at:
          611 C Aero Drive
          Cheektowaga, NY 14225
          Or Call:716-710-2786
          Premium (Walmart)
          Retail Specialist * Retail Zone Specialist
          ZeptoMetrix Corporation
          Quality Assurance Technician II
          Apply on Line:
          Material Handler
          Apply on line:


          Oxford Airport Technical Services
          Unjammer/Control Room Operator
          The Unjammer is responsible for clearing bag jams and responding to trouble calls in the Baggage Handling System
          Buffalo International Airport
          CONTACT: Cheri Davis

          Habitat for Humanity: AmeriCorps
          Construction Crew Leader * Family Services Coordinator
          Ashton Potter
          Independent Health
          Various Positions
          The Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company
          Entry Level Automotive Technician
          Ryan Turner Specialty
          Production Associate
          Position Summary:

          Provides strong administrative support for Broker team to facilitate the process of market placement, client service, and account processing.

          Health Plus Management
          Front Desk Receptionist: Various Positions
          JAM Parkside
          Sonic Drive-In 
          Crew Member
          Fresh Fruit Up
          Delivery Driver: CDL not required
          Western Express
          CDL-A Truck Driver
          Scott Electric
          Masis Staffing
          Picker & packers in Depew: Address is 2475 George Urban Blvd Depew, NY 14043. The pickers make 12.50 an hour and packers 11.80 once hired will get 1.00 to 1.50 pay increase.
          Kimberly Swatsworth
          Service Coordinator / Buffalo, NY
          3551 Sheridan Drive
          Amherst, NY 14226
          Work: 716-948-2204

          Controller and other positions
          West Herr Auto Group
          Fallon Health Weinberg
          RN Care Manager
          Homecare RN Coordinator
          Child & Family Services
          ATTACHMENT: 2020-05-08
          Mayer Bros. Apple Products Inc.
          Human Resource Generalist
          Great Arrow Wine and Liquor, Inc. – Buffalo
          Retail Sales Associate
          Occupational Health Nurse – Telehealth (Remote) in Buffalo, New York * Construction Manager * Environmental Manager * Senior Evironmental Scientist
          Harmac Medical Products
          Warehouse Team Lead * Product Engineer * QA Technician
          EMAIL: Melissa Stephen


          Buffalo Olmsted Parks Conservancy
          Executive Assistant * Seasonal Employee * South Park Arboretum Curator * System-Wide Mechanic * Tree Care Technician
          Ehrlich at Rentokil
          Pest Control Specialist

          Outlet Liquor

          Depew, NY

          In need of reliable counter/stock workers. Wine knowledge a plus but not necessary. Needs to be available weekends and holidays. $12-14 per hour.

          Please apply in person at:
          Outlet Liquor
          2152 George Urban Boulevard
          Depew, NY 14043?
          or email resume to:

          Guaranteed Transport Service
          CDL-A Solo Regional Drivers and OTR

          KSL Diagnostics

          Hodge Liquor
          Part Time Clerk


          Monday, May 18, 2020

          2:00 PM – 7:00 PM


          463 Elmwood Ave
          Buffalo, NY 14222
          Let them know you’re coming: Reserve for interview at:

          New Heitz Site Services 

          Operators and laborers to disinfect WNY businesses

 @HeitzLLC and facebook

          We are currently hiring for: (details available on our web page:











          Pets Supplies Plus
          Groomer * Store Team Member * Shift Supervisor * Assistant Store Manager


          2 ATTACHMENTS

          Apply now at or text BUFFNOW to 77088 for job alerts.
          Service Technician (Will Train) * Home Service Inspector * Customer Relations Specialist *
          GreenLeaf Development and Construction
          Leasing Person * Maintenance
          1131 Delaware Ave., Buffalo 14209
          email resumes to:



          Gordon Companies
          Customer Service * Warehouse Team Lead * Warehouse Supervisor * Warehouse Pickers * Sales Associate * Warehouse Maintenance
          Fill out the application below, and submit it with your resume to
          Institute for Building Technology and Safety
          Solar QA Inspector — Western New York
          PCB Piezotronics
          Production Technician I * Machine Operator-in training * Machinist III * Crystals Machinist * Inspector/Auditor I-PMC and several more positions
          Osmose Utilities Services
          Data Technician
          Manufacturing Associate
          Senior Manufacturing Engineer
          Dibella’s Subs
          Crew Member * Shift Manger * Assistant Manager *
          New Enterprise Stone & Lime Co.
          Driver, Ready Mix * Sales Representative * Quality Control Technician
          Bowl-Inn Bowling Center
          Armed Guard position. Apply on following website:
          Kitchen Staff Position. Apply on following website:
          Bounce Imaging
          Regional Sales Associates Technician/Production Coordinator * Mechanical Engineer * Sales Interns * Engineering Interns

          Delta Development
          Bilingual Office Assistant (Temporary): REMOTE
          ASAP Delivery
          Office Assistant
          Marty’s Seal Coating, LLC
          Tonawanda, NY
          Call 716-444-2390, Phone calls only/No texting 
          No experience paid training starts at $13/hour plus.
          Experience pay is $15 plus/hour.


          Gerard Place
          Maintenance Assistant
          Email resume and cover letter to Jill Mattson at: or mail to: Gerard Place, Attn: Jill Mattson, 2515 Bailey Avenue, Buffalo, NY  14215 No phone calls please.
          TownePlace Suites by Marriott Buffalo-Airport
          Room Attendants
          Accounts Payable Clerk
          Warehouse Laborer: APPLY:

          Production Associate and various other positions
          UB|MD Physicians Group
          New York State Thruway
          Part-Time Toll Collector * Maintenance * Mechanic


          Federal Bureau Investigation (Hiring Surge)
          Special Agent


          McGard LLC

          Heat Treat Operator

          3rd Shift; 11:00 PM- 7:00AM M-F

          On-the-Job Paid Training




          National Fuel is currently seeking an experienced Electronic Technician for an outstanding career opportunity at our Farmington Compressor Station located in Farmington, New York. As part of the National Fuel team, the successful candidate will enjoy a challenging work environment with a strong and growing company. An Electronic Technician is responsible for the implementation and maintenance of electrical power circuits and equipment, control and automation systems, and electronic equipment used in pipeline systems, compressor stations, substations, as well as interconnect and measurement facilities.


          • Installation, inspection, maintenance, calibration, and troubleshooting of electronic equipment such as telemetering, programmable logic controllers (including Allen-Bradley), modems, transducers, sensing devices, radio & satellite equipment, remote terminal units, computer interface equipment and cabling.
          • Maintain, troubleshoot, and repair medium voltage electrical systems, operating up to 34,500 volts, such as incoming service, main switchgear, transformers, Neutral Grounding Resistor, overhead and underground power distribution, metering, variable frequency drives, 16,000 HP motors, power panels, and controls. This can include performing medium voltage isolation, switching, and manual grounding using approved procedures.
          • Maintain, troubleshoot, and repair low voltage equipment, less than 600 volts, such as emergency power generation, overhead and underground power distribution, motor control centers, panels and transformers, SCADA systems, digital and analog control systems, variable frequency drives, power protection equipment, UPS systems, building services, switchgear, power conditioning equipment, as well as general lighting, solar panels, grounding, and lightning protection systems.
          • Provide coverage for electrical, mechanical, instrumentation and control logic systems for electric motor, natural gas powered engines and turbines as well as reciprocating and centrifugal gas compressors.
          • Provide inspection for construction and/or maintenance activities performed by third parties for compliance with safety, regulatory requirements, and NEC (National Electrical Code).
          • Work with multiple departments to maintain and improve the reliability of company facilities MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
            • Have demonstrated experience and a thorough knowledge of NFPA National Electrical Code, single & three phase systems, digital & analog electronics, electronic test equipment, wiring methods and safety practices.
            • Ability to install, troubleshoot, repair, and maintain cables, instrumentation, VFDs, motors, generators, circuit breakers, switchgear, and transformers as appropriate to the position.
            • Have proven technical abilities, mechanical aptitude, the ability to quickly solve problems, and strong computer skills for diagnostics and installation of equipment.
            • Possess outstanding leadership and supervisory skills to take a leading role in electrical and automation systems.
            • Be able to work outdoors in all types of weather and the ability to work in and around hazards and difficult to reach areas. The ability to successfully work independently as well as within a team environment is required.
            • Possess an Associate’s Degree in Electronics or have equivalent work experience and a valid driver’s license.

          • Live within a reasonable commute of the Farmington Compressor Station located at 969 Hook Road, Farmington, NY or be willing to relocate. Candidates may be given 6 months from their hire date to permanently relocate.

          The candidate will be provided with on-the-job training and must meet all qualifications of the job.


          National Fuel is a diversified energy company headquartered near Buffalo, NY. Our employees continue to be the most important part of our Company and have made us who we are today. We are dedicated to the communities in which we live and work and have nearly 2,000 employees in Western NY and Northwest PA. National Fuel is proud to have an inclusive workplace where diversity is valued, hard work is rewarded and promotion from within is supported. We offer exciting career opportunities for talented and ambitious job seekers and encourage you to apply today.


          This is a position within the Company’s collective bargaining unit.
          National Fuel offers a comprehensive benefits package including the following:

          • Medical and Prescription Drug Coverage
          • Dental Coverage
          • 401(k) with Company Match
          • Company Funded Retirement Savings Account
          • Paid Vacation
          • Paid Company HolidaysHOW TO APPLY:

          • Paid Sick Time
          • Parental Leave for Mothers and Fathers • Tuition Reimbursement
          • Life Insurance

          • Flexible Spending Account • Charitable Giving Programs

          The successful candidate will be required to pass a DOT mandated drug test, as well as participate in random drug testing. The DOT maintains a list of banned substances which includes marijuana, even if prescribed for medicinal purposes. For confidential consideration, please submit your resume and cover letter (preferably in PDF format) by May 21, 2020:

          National Fuel #19-014NY

          6363 Main Street Williamsville, NY 14221

          Please reference position #19-014NY in the subject line of your email
          EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER MINORITIES, WOMEN, DISABLED, PROTECTED VETERANS Please reference position #19-014NY in the subject line of your email

          Univera Health Care
          Customer Care Advocate I


          Search Solutions Group
          Various Positions
          Allied Universal
          Express Employment Professionals
          Material Handlers Needed-Bus Line Accessible (Buffalo)

          3140 Sheridan Drive
          Amherst, NY 14226
          Restoration Society
          Various Positions
          Department of Veteran Affairs
          Many positions. APPLY
          7) Traffic Control, Inc
          Traffic Control Flagger
          For more information email:

          CP Flexible Packing
          Operators-Plant Manager
          Drivers: CDL
          Zenner & Ritter
          HVAC Service Tech (Experienced)
          Buffalo State College
          Charlie The Butcher
          Counter Servers & Shift Managers

          APPLY ON LINE:

          Bagel Jay’s
          Various Positions
          APPLY ON LINE:
          Feel Rite Fresh Markets
          Hiring: All Locations
          Duff’s Famous Wings
          Various Positions: Online application or download application
          News America Marketing
          Roehl Transport
          On-the-Job Paid CDL Truck Driver Training
          Pestech Pest Solutions
          Pest Control Technician-Residential & Sales Representative
          Computer Task Group
          Irr Supply Centers
          Warehouse Worker-Sales-Manager-Driver-Trainee
          Wipe Me Down Detailing
          Boat Detailer (Seasonal)
          Open to applicants under 18
          Buffalo Games
          Experienced in manufacturing, product design, operations, sales or marketing
          Laboratory Corporation of America
          Service Representative (Courier/Driver) – Part Time w/ Benefits
          L&S Metals, Inc.
          CNC Lathe and Mill Programmer/Operator in North Tonawanda, New YorkRelevant: 3 year (Preferred)
          CNC Lathe: 3 year (Preferred)To apply, forward cover letter and resume to:
          Sumitomo Rubber USA
          Production-General (19.98)

          Select Express & Logistics
          Contractors Needed Home Deliveries!!!
          APPLY on or company website:

          National Fuel: 2 ATTACHMENTS

          A)Electronic Technician

          The successful candidate will be required to pass a DOT mandated drug test, as well as participate in random drug testing. The DOT maintains a list of banned substances which includes marijuana, even if prescribed for medicinal purposes. For confidential consideration, please submit your resume and cover letter (preferably in PDF format) by May 21, 2020:

          National Fuel


          6363 Main Street

          Williamsville, NY 14221 Please reference position #19-014NY in the subject line of your email

          B) Financial Auditor

          Any candidate offered a position with National Fuel will be required to successfully complete a pre-employment drug test. For confidential consideration, please submit your resume and cover letter (preferably in PDF format) by May 21, 2020 to: National Fuel 19-041NY Human Resources 6363 Main Street Williamsville, NY 14221 Please reference position #19-041NY in the subject line of your email
          Five Guys Burgers and Fries
          APPLY ON
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          Seasons CNA Elderwood at Hamburg Hamburg, NY
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          Quality Assurance Coordinator – S2 FedEx Logistics, Inc. Tonawanda, NY
          Laundry Aide (part time: 3p-11p) Elderwood at Lockport Lockport, NY
          Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) – Full Time… Elderwood at Lockport Lockport, NY
          Certified Nursing Assistant (CNA) – Float… Elderwood at Wheatfield Wheatfield, NY
          Housekeeping Aide Elderwood at Lancaster Lancaster, NY
          Account Representative Greif, Inc. Cheektowaga, NY
          Resident Care Supervisor (LPN) Elderwood Asst Living at Williamsville… Williamsville, NY
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          Personal Banker-Delaware Hertel KeyCorp Buffalo, NY
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          Employers Hiring in Your Area


          Mueller Security: Urgently Hiring
          May apply on-line or apply in person, between 7:00 am-2:00 pm, Monday through Friday, at our office located at, 789 Colvin Blvd, Kenmore, NY 14217.Â
          Managers and Mechanics
          Boston Market
          ABF Freight System
          Driver: CDL and Dock Worker

          If you require accommodation in the application process, please contact or call us at (479) 785-8717.
          Associates: Various Locations

          Canisius College
          Administrative-Engineering-Public Safety-Housekeeper and more
          Apprentice Plumbers-Sales-Technicians-Manager-Sewer Jet Operaror
          Symphony Property Management
          Various positions on company website
          Porter Position advertised on site. Urgently Hiring
          Driver-Customer Service
          Lawn Specialist
          Small Business Administration Office of Disaster Assistance
          TO APPLY: Apply by email Email:
          FT Temporary. M-F. 40+hrs./wk. Mandatory Overtime. $19.33-$21.48/hr. Starting WNDOE.
          Education or equivalent experience is required, or a combination of both. MS Excel proficiency mandatory.
          Candidates must indicate on resume, month, year and average hours worked for all periods of experience they want considered. Must state their MS Office skills and identify in their work history the experience listed below.
          The specialized experience requirements of these positions is:
          -Communicating with various customers both orally and in writing-Using a multi-line telephone system-Maintaining electronic and hard-copy files
          Subject to employer reference and criminal background check.

          SUNY Erie

          has several new job postings. Closes: 5-10-2020

          SUNY Erie website:

          Postions website:–Williamsville/Coordinator-of-Administrative-Applications_J0000691



          News Producer & Sales


          Trinity Medical WNY

 Medical Receptionist (Primary Care)


          Kreher Family Farms

          Various Positions

          National Fuel: ATTACHMENT
          Gas Accountant: Williamsville
          For confidential consideration, please submit your resume and cover letter (preferably in PDF format) by May 12, 2020
          Imagine Staffing
          Document Custodian Reviewer: 3 Openings
          Terracon Consultants, Inc. and Subsidiaries
          Various Positions: Construction-Engineering-Supervising Etc…
          Safetec of America
          Maintenance Opportunities
          Position: Temp-Hire Security Guard Location:
          Please send resumes to
          Cheektowaga, NYPay Rate: $12.50/hr. Hours: 2nd shift 3pm – 11pm (must be able to work weekends) Essential Functions: Signing in employees at the facility entrance Directing employees to proper work spot Checking IDs of anyone visiting the facility Ensuring a secure environment Will be working on-call basis: hours can be from part time to full time, week by weekExperience and Skills Required: Must have NYS Security Guard Certificate Must have 2+ years’ experience as a Security Guard Great communications skills is a must Please send resumes to
          Daemen College
          3rd Shift Cleaner / Housekeeping in Amherst, New York
          STAFF TODAY INC: Urgently Hiring
          Material Mover
          call at (800) 928-5561 and ask to speak with Alyssa Mon-Fri (08:30 AM – 05:00 PM PST).
          ABC-AMEGA, Inc.
          Collection Representative & Customer Service Representative (Remotely)
          Kiper Moving and Transportation – Buffalo, NY 14206 (Babcock area)
          Moving company Laborers & Drivers: D license
          APPLY ON:
          SASI: Services for individuals with disabilities
          Direct Support Professionals

          Kaminski & Sons Truck Equipment

          The company is looking for people to install truck bodies and related equipment. Must have welding and fabricating skills. Call (716) 852-1954

          Advantage Resourcing
          Part-Time Retail Merchandiser
          APPLY: or
          The GreenFields Continuing Care Community
          Various administrative & Medical Positions

          S1 Safety 1st – Buffalo, NY
          APPLY:  or
          Temporary Temperature Screen-er
          Must have valid CNA, LPN, RN, EMT, EMT-Intermediate, EMT-Paramedic or similar certification. Must have reliable transportation. All PPE will be provided.
          $18 – $20 an hour: Full-time-Temporary
          P&A Group
          COBRA & Premium Billing Specialist
          17 Court St. #500
          Buffalo NY 14202
          Florida Crystals Corporation
          Quality Supervisor & Human Resource Manager
          U.S. Sugar Co, LLC
          692 Bailey Avenue
          Buffalo, NY 14206
          (716) 828-1170
          Milton Cat
          Various Positions: Warehouse, Sales, managerial and technicians
          Buffalo City Mission
          Various Positions:
          Various Positions: Operations Specialist-Lead Specialist-Teller-Branch Manager and more



          Delivery Driver (Valid Driver’s License)
          Altamont Homeless Veterans Clinical/ Transitional Program
          Handyman &  Resident Aide
          Apply by mail :
          Attn: Ronald Graham
          30 Wyoming Ave.
          Buffalo, NY 14215
          By Phone : Ronald Graham at 716-892-0132
          By Fax :  716-892-0152 Attn: Ronald Graham
          Filtration Group Corp
          Production Operator & Material Handler
          Buffalo Recycling Enterprises
          Sorter-Warehouse-Baler operator
          Longhorn Steakhouse
          Various Positions: Dishwasher-Cook-Bartender-Host-Server
          Child and Family Services
          ATTACHMENT: 2020-04-10
          Various Positions
          Austin Air Systems
          500 Elk St. Buffalo NY
          Production: Assembly work, must be able to stand for long periods of time and able to lift 40 – 60 pounds repeatedly
          Powder Coat Painting: Painting experience preferred, but willing to train the right candidate
          Press Department: Experience with presses preferred
          Please submit resume to:
          Machine Operator Trainee: 2nd and 3rd shift
          Asplundh Tree Expert
          Vegetation Groundperson
          Stafkings Personnel Systems

          Freight, Stock and Material Movers (Stock Clerk)

          Masis Staffing Solutions
          Warehouse Worker in Lackawanna, New York
          If interested please email resume at or call 716-948-2204


          Remedy Intelligent Staffing

          We have multiple openings for Forklift Operators in Depew, Orchard Park, and West Seneca NY!

          2nd and 3rd Shifts!

          This is a long term role!

          Jenelle Mueller

          Client Partnership Specialist

          Remedy Intelligent Staffing

          O: 716-332-0390 | F: 716-332-0395


          Crane Home Care

          Various Medical related positions throughout WNY

          CDL A Driver Positions: URGENT!
          Kali Wojtkowski<>
          Apply direct or by mail :
          Attn: Kali Wojtkowski
          20 Northpointe Parkway
          Suite 135
          Amherst, NY 14228
          Phone : Call Kali Wojtkowski at 716-706-2155
          Brylin Mental Health System
          Various Positions: Cleaning-Human Resources-RN/LPN-Counselor-Admissions
          Just Pizza
          Hiring All Locations & Positions
          Employer posting has opted to suppress employer name.
          Freight, Stock and Material Movers (Stock Clerk) – Buffalo, NY, US
          Mail or bring resume and cover letter to:
          Buffalo – 0710
          284-290 Main Street
          Buffalo 14202

          Fax your resume and cover letter to: 7168512646
          Independent Health
          Intake Assistant
          General Physician, P.C
          Williamsville NY
          Patient Communication Representative (Medical Call Center)
          We R Nuts
          Managerial Person
          Apply on:
          Broadway Market


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          Department of Veterans Affairs
          Nursing assistant
          Apply either for NA position on or other positions on:
           Felician Sisters of North America: Urgently Hiring!
           Cooks-Dining Aides-RN/LPN
           Apply either on or
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          Buffalo, New York Area – April 13, 2020
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          Operations Supervisor – 12 hour nights- Buffalo… General Mills Buffalo, NY
          Intake Assistant Nova Healthcare Administrators Williamsville, NY
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          Royal Aquatic LLC
          General Warehouse: Picking Amazon orders
          2215 Kenmore Avenue Ste. 100 Buffalo 14207
          TO APPLY: Email:


          HR Partners Staffing

          2568 Walden Ave, Suite 102

          Cheektowaga, NY 14225

          Press OperatorsAssemblers-Trash Collectors–  Order SelectorsFood Packagers

          Stacey Parker

          Recruiting Manager

          HR Partners Staffing

          2568 Walden Ave, Suite 102

          Cheektowaga, NY 14225

          716.391.1718 ext 101


          Staffworks Group

          Assemblers and Press Operators-General Labor-Inspectors and Machine Operators

          Contact Kristin Gugino

 or call 716-392-1757

          Rosina Food Products, Inc. is hiring!
          We have a critical need for Sanitation workers for both of our facilities:



          • Paid time off-401(k) with Employer contribution-Quarterly production bonus of up to $250/quarter-Comprehensive health benefits program
          • Work pants, jacket, boots and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) provided by Rosina

          Susan Scholterer

          Talent Acquisition Specialist
          Rosina Food Products, Inc.


          170 French Road
          Buffalo, NY 14227


          Point Pickup Technologies

          Grocery Delivery Driver: Urgently Hiring!


          Crisis services
          Many positions Including bi-lingual: Apply on either website or
          Clinical Support Service: Call Center Representative – Patient Engagement
          Must apply through
          701 Seneca St. Buffalo STE 205
          Bert’s Bikes & Sports
          Various Positions at Williamsville and Orchard Park store
          Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority: Various Positions

           Big Shawn’s Custom Painting 
           Exterior/Interior Painter
           Experienced. Read blueprints/instruction: Call 716-598-3066 to arrange interview
          The Vinyl Outlet
          Laborers: APPLY IN PERSON
          3570 Broadway St. Cheektowaga, NY 14227
          National Fuel: Part Time: Regulatory Analyst
          Submit resume and cover letter (preferably in PDF format) by May 8, 2020 to: National Fuel #20-013NY 6363 Main Street Williamsville, NY 14221
          Please reference position #20-013NY in the subject line of your email
          BestSelf Behavioral Health is hiring and holding 1-on-1 interviews via ZOOM on Wednesday, April 15, 2020. Two time slots available. 11am-1pm and 4pm-6pm.
           Please pre-register at
          Charter Communications
          Customer Services Representatives


          Top Gun Movers
          Laborer: Household Moving company/delivery service seeking 4 laborers

          To apply by email: Jorge Santiago

          To apply by mail, send resume and cover letter to: Top Gun Movers

          1430 Clinton St. Buffalo NY 14206


          HarperCollins Publishers

          Stockhandler 2 – 3rd shift in Depew, New York

          84 Lumber
          Various Positions
          HR Staffing
          Trash Collectors, Food Manufacturing Associates, Order Selectors, and Press Operators.
          Please Contact Catherine Skoda at
          or by phone 917-622-9181.
          Garden State Growers
          Garden Center Merchandiser (North Tonawanda, NY)
          Autofill Application: Import resume on resume


          American Red Cross
          Mobile Phlebotomist (Paid Training): No Experience Needed! Driver License Required
          Murray Roofing Company, Inc.
          Positions: Drivers/Warehouse Workers needed.
          Apply in person: 600 Cayuga Creek Road, Cheektowaga NY
          PCT Floater
          2875 Union Road,Â
          Suite 13 C/
          Culinary Arts Specialties, Inc.
          Packer/Production – Cheektowaga, NY, US
          TO APPLY: Apply BY Email:
          BJ Wholesale Club-Amherst New York
          Positions: Produce-Maintenance-Clerk

          LHC Group
          Many Medical and Administrative Positions
          Expeditors (Shipping Company)
          Various Positions: 
          250 Sonwil Dr, Buffalo, NY 14225
          Southwest Key Programs
          Positions: Community Monitor Temp/Clinical Program Director/Lead Community Monitor

          Numerous Positions and Locations in WNY

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          Buffalo, New York Area – April 06, 2020
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          Here is a list of jobs that local employers have posted today. These employers include federal contractors who are proactively looking to hire veterans in support of their VEVRAA compliance requirements as well as qualified candidates with disabilities and other underrepresented communities like minorities and women.

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          Job Title Company Location
          Maintenance Supervisor Related companies of California LLC… Buffalo, NY
          Equipment Maintenance Technicians, B – Shift… Tesla Buffalo, NY
          Production Planner Tesla Buffalo, NY
          Sr. Investigator – Global Security Investigations… Tesla Buffalo, NY
          Sr. Automation & Controls Engineer, Production… Tesla Buffalo, NY
          Automation Controls Engineer, Production… Tesla Buffalo, NY
          Equipment Maintenance Planner Tesla Buffalo, NY
          Customer Service Support Rep Spectrum Buffalo, NY
          Customer Service Support Rep Spectrum Buffalo, NY
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          Subject: SBA hiring


          • Open & closing dates 03/17/2020 to 05/29/2020
          • Service Excepted
          • Pay scale & grade GS 7 – 9
          • Salary $44,836 to $71,298 per year 
(You will either be hired at the GS-07 or GS-09 level with no promotional potential.)
          • Appointment type Temporary – (Appointments will normally range from 30 days to 180 days, but may be extended depending on the level of disaster activity.)
          • Work schedule Full-Time



          Many vacancies in the following location:

          Relocation expenses reimbursed


          Telework eligible

          Yes as determined by agency policy


          This job is open to

          Clarification from the agency

          United States Citizens (Applications will be reviewed and selections made on a continuous basis, depending on the staffing need and level of disaster activity, until the closing date.)





          Announcement number


          Control number


          • Duties Help DutiesSummaryTHIS ANNOUNCEMENT IS FOR THE CURRENT COVID-19 PANDEMIC AND THE 2020 HURRICANE SEASON. YOU MAY NEED TO REAPPLY NEXT YEAR IF INTERESTED IN WORKING FOR ODA DURING THE 2021 HURRICANE SEASON.Learn more about this agency ResponsibilitiesAs a Disaster Recovery Specialist at the GS-1101-7 or 9, some of your typical work assignments may include:
            • Responding to a variety of customer inquiries, ranging from routine to complex, and providing detailed information to the public regarding federally declared disaster and SBA’s disaster loan program.
            • Preparing written responses to email inquiries received through SBA’s disaster customer service mailbox.
            • Assisting lower graded or new employees with responding to customer service inquiries received by telephone or email.
            • Assisting borrowers with completion of their loan closing documents and answering questions regarding the loan closing and disbursement process.
            • Accepting borrower payments using online payment processing tools.
            • Using a variety of computer systems to research customer inquiries, record call activity and prepare appropriate forms and letters.
          • Hours of work vary to support Customer Service Center hours of operation, which is generally open from 8:00am until 9:00pm EST, with potentially later hours during substantial disaster activity. Therefore, employees may be assigned shift work and shifts may change with little or no advanced notice.
          • By applying for this position with SBA’s Office of Disaster Assistance, you can enjoy challenging but satisfying work and join a highly motivated and diverse team that helps families and businesses rebuild their lives after a disaster. 

Travel RequiredOccasional travel – On occasion, especially during times of substantial disaster activity, you may be required to work overtime and/or travel with little or no advance notice.

Supervisory status No 

Promotion Potential None
          • Job family (Series)1101 General Business And Industry
          • Requirements Help RequirementsConditions of Employment
            • You must be able to obtain and maintain a Government travel credit card.
            • Favorable background investigation and credit check are required.
            • Mandatory Overtime: In order to respond quickly and efficiently to disaster survivors, substantial compensated overtime hours may be required while on assignment (up to seven days a week and ten to fourteen hours a day).
            • Credit Score must be at least 500.
          • QualificationsGenerally, time in Non-Pay status is not creditable towards the specialized experience requirement listed below.
          • You must meet all qualification requirements by the closing date of this announcement.
          • You may qualify based on experience, education or a combination of both.
          • Experience: To receive credit, you must indicate the month and year as well as the average hours worked per week for ALL periods of employment or that experience will not be credited towards meeting the specialized experience requirement.
          • GS-07: To qualify you must have at least 1 full year (52 weeks) of specialized experience equivalent in difficulty and complexity to the GS-05 level in the Federal service that has equipped you with the particular knowledge, skill, and ability to perform successfully in this position. This experience may have been gained in a Non-Federal service position. In addition, this Specialized Experience must demonstrate the following:
            • Communicating effectively both orally and in writing with various internal and/or external customers to accomplish program objectives and goals.
          • GS-09: To qualify you must have at least 1 full year (52 weeks) of specialized experience equivalent in difficulty and complexity to the GS-07 level in the Federal service that has equipped you with the particular knowledge, skill, and ability to perform successfully in this position. This experience may have been gained in a Non-Federal service position. In addition, this Specialized Experience must demonstrate the following:
            • Communicating effectively both orally and in writing with various internal and/or external customers to accomplish program objectives and goals; AND
            • Researching and responding to customer inquiries using analytical abilities and problem solving skills.
          • OR 

EducationIf qualifying based on education, you must submit transcripts by the closing date of this announcement or you will not be found eligible.

GS-07: Must have completed at least one year of graduate level education from an accredited college or university in a field of study directly related to this position.
          • GS-09: Must have a master’s or equivalent graduate degree in a related field or 2 full years of related progressively higher level graduate education leading to such a degree.


A combination of experience and education as indicated above.

Additional informationIf you work or are expected to work at least 90 consecutive days and 130 hours per month, you will become eligible for health insurance benefits only. 
The CSC Buffalo, New York location is conveniently located near the city’s growing hub of art, history, cultural, and entertainment centers.

How You Will Be EvaluatedYou will be evaluated for this job based on how well you meet the qualifications above.
Applications will be reviewed for qualifications. You will be contacted directly if selected. 

Background checks and security clearanceSecurity clearanceOther 

Drug test requiredNo 

Position sensitivity and riskNon-sensitive (NS)/Low Risk 

Trust determination processSuitability/Fitness
          • Required Documents Help Required DocumentsRequired Documents
          • Toapply for this position, you must provide a complete Application Package which includes:
          • Your Resume showing average hours worked per week, dates of employment and duties performed.
          • Completed Questionnaire
          • Other supporting documents, such as:
            • College Transcript(s), if qualifying based on education.
              • Unofficial transcripts may be submitted during the application process; however, official transcripts will be required if selected.
            • Veterans’ Preference documentation, if applicable (e.g. DD-214 Member Copy 4 or other DD-214 copy showing type of discharge/character of service, SF-15 Form and related documentation, VA letter, etc.)
          • If you are relying on your education to meet qualification requirements: Education must be accredited by an accrediting institution recognized by the U.S. Department of Education in order for it to be credited towards qualifications. Therefore, provide only the attendance and/or degrees from schools accredited by accrediting institutions recognized by the U.S. Department of Education. 
Failure to provide all of the required information as stated in this vacancy announcement may result in an ineligible rating or may affect the overall rating.
          • Benefits Help BenefitsA career with the U.S. Government provides employees with a comprehensive benefits package. As a federal employee, you and your family will have access to a range of benefits that are designed to make your federal career very rewarding. Learn more about federal benefits. 

Review our benefits 
Eligibility for benefits depends on the type of position you hold and whether your position is full-time, part-time, or intermittent. Contact the hiring agency for more information on the specific benefits offered.
          • How to Apply Help How to ApplyTo apply for this position, you must complete the online application and submit the documentation specified in the Required Documents section below. The complete application package must be submitted by 11:59 PM (EST) on 05/29/2020 to receive consideration.
            • To begin, click Apply Online to access an online application. Follow the prompts to select your USAJOBS resume and/or other supporting documents. You will need to be logged into your USAJOBS account or you may need to create a new account.
            • You will be taken to an online application. Complete the online application, verify the required documentation, and submit the application.
            • You will receive an email notification when your application has been received for the announcement.
            • To verify the status of your application, log into your USAJOBS account, select the Application Status link and then select the More Information link for this position. The Application Status page will display the status of your application, the documentation received and processed, and your responses submitted to the online application.
          • Your uploaded documents may take several hours to clear the virus scan process. 

Read more Agency contact informationKenneth Enser Phone

AddressCustomer Service Center – CSC
          • 130 South Elmwood Ave.
          • Buffalo, NY 14202
          • US 

Learn more about this agency Next stepsOnce your online application is submitted you will receive a confirmation notification by email.
          • Fair & Transparent Fair & TransparentThe Federal hiring process is setup to be fair and transparent. Please read the following guidance. 
Equal Employment Opportunity PolicyThe United States Government does not discriminate in employment on the basis of race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy and gender identity), national origin, political affiliation, sexual orientation, marital status, disability, genetic information, age, membership in an employee organization, retaliation, parental status, military service, or other non-merit factor.
          • Reasonable Accommodation PolicyFederal agencies must provide reasonable accommodation to applicants with disabilities where appropriate. Applicants requiring reasonable accommodation for any part of the application process should follow the instructions in the job opportunity announcement. For any part of the remaining hiring process, applicants should contact the hiring agency directly. Determinations on requests for reasonable accommodation will be made on a case-by-case basis. 
A reasonable accommodation is any change to a job, the work environment, or the way things are usually done that enables an individual with a disability to apply for a job, perform job duties or receive equal access to job benefits. 
Under the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, federal agencies must provide reasonable accommodations when:
            • An applicant with a disability needs an accommodation to have an equal opportunity to apply for a job.
            • An employee with a disability needs an accommodation to perform the essential job duties or to gain access to the workplace.
            • An employee with a disability needs an accommodation to receive equal access to benefits, such as details, training, and office-sponsored events.

You can request a reasonable accommodation at any time during the application or hiring process or while on the job. Requests are considered on a case-by-case basis. 
Learn more about disability employment and reasonable accommodations or how to contact an agency. 

Read more Legal and regulatory guidance

          This job originated on For the full announcement and to apply, visit Only resumes submitted according to the instructions on the job announcement listed at www.usajobs.govwill be considered..



            These companies hiring:

          CVS:Buffalo Area

          2)  Home Depot Buffalo Area

          3)  Price Rite: Buffalo Area

          4)  Univera HealthCare. Customer Care Advocate. FT.

          5)  Brookdale Senior Living




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          Pizza Hut

          Many Positions



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          The Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority is a public authority serving Erie and Niagara counties. The NFTA employs 1,500 individuals and owns and operates the Buffalo Niagara International Airport and the Niagara Falls International Airport as well as Erie County’s public transportation system, Metro Bus and Rail.

          The purpose of the seasonal, paid Construction Inspector Internship Program at the NFTA is to provide qualified students with practical and valuable project-based learning experiences within their related field of study. All tasks completed within the internship program are aligned with the program’s guidelines and fall under the overall objectives of NFTA’s Engineering Department.


          Title:                      Intern, Construction Inspector, Engineering Department

          Hours Per Week:   16-24

          Days:                     TBD, based on availability*

          Office Location:    Metropolitan Transportation Center, 181 Ellicott Street, and at various construction sites.



          This position is responsible for supporting the daily job duties of the Construction Inspector.  Work is performed under the supervision of the Construction Manager and is evaluated through observation, conferences and reports.



          This position observes, verifies and documents construction contractor progress.  Essential functions include:

          • Complete inspection reports
          • Take construction progress photos
          • Calculate quantiles of materials
          • Calculate contactor completion percentages
          • Review onsite materials testing procedures and compliance
          • Review contractors certified payroll submissions
          • Participate in progress review meetings
          • Review contractors schedule for completeness and compliance
          • Review monthly payment requests
          • Coordinate onsite construction activities with NFTA personnel
          • Participate in constructability reviews and field changes



          Familiar with (and/or a drive to learn) reading plans, specifications and shop drawings used for civil, structural, mechanical and electrical construction.  Ability to monitor construction to ensure compliance with the design.  Verbal and written communication skills are a must.  Ability to perform basic mathematical calculations; understand and carry out oral and written instructions and work safely are required.



          Candidates must be at least 18 years of age and actively pursuing (a) a two-year Associates Degree in Civil Engineering Technology and /or Construction Technology or (b) a four-year Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering. A high level of organization, attention to detail and self-motivation is necessary. Must have reliable transportation.



          Accomplishing work requires the ability to work both outside and indoors of a construction site. Tasks involve the intermittent performance of physically demanding work typically involving descending pits, climbing ladders and walking on scaffolds, roofs and structural steel, and may involve some lifting, carrying, pushing and/or pulling of objects and materials of light weight (5-10 pounds).



          ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENTS:  Work is typically performed in construction site conditions with rare exposure to disagreeable environmental factors.  Some time is spent in office conditions.


          TO APPLY:


          To apply for this internship please submit the following as indicated:

           Resume with cover letter including related experience as well as a writing sample.

           *Include work availability Monday through Friday between the hours of 8 a.m. – 4 p.m.

           Completed employment application available at to:

          Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority

          Attn: Human Resources

          181 Ellicott Street

          Buffalo, NY 14203



          Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority is an Equal Opportunity Employer




          Safeguards are being put in place to check mail-in ballots

          BUFFALO, N.Y. — The pandemic has changed so much in our lives, and of course there is an impact as well on Tuesday’s primary election here in Western New York. There are some key points to keep in mind if you still plan to vote in person.

          Erie County Election Commissioner (D) Jeremy Zellner phrases it this way, “This is something like we’ve never seen before.” While his GOP counterpart Commissioner Ralph Mohr says, “This is the most difficult election we’ve ever had.”

          The two men preparing and overseeing Erie County’s primary election on Tuesday say they’ve tried to think of and plan for all the challenges of this very unusual round of balloting. They realize that most people have probably already chosen their candidate because of early voting and especially absentee, mail-in ballots.

          Over 200,000 absentee ballots were sent out to people who requested them online or with a mailed application. That option was opened by the state because many voters may not want to go to a polling place in person with COVID-19 concerns.

          The board of elections already received about half of those absentee ballots and more could come in Tuesday or later. Some were just mailed out by the board last week according to Zellner, “If anyone gets their ballot today (Monday) or if they get their ballot in the mail tomorrow…they’ve gotta postmark it by tomorrow ( Tuesday).”

          The next issue is making sure all those votes are only properly count once.

          “Open up the outer envelopes, make sure that the ballots and security envelopes are assigned to an individual and they’re also alphabetized,” Mohr said. “They all have to be checked to make sure that the person who cast that mail-in ballot also didn’t show up for early voting or also didn’t show up to vote at the polls tomorrow.”

          A duplicate ballot will of course be thrown out. So how confident are they there won’t be vote fraud with all the voting options?

          “We put additional safeguards in place throughout the entire process of the application and the receipt of the ballot,” Mohr said. “We haven’t seen any evidence of voter fraud. We continue to keep those same safeguards in check.

          “If you do vote in person on Tuesday it’s best to wear a mask. You can vote without one but you may have to wait for social distancing. Also take your own pen for safety sake. And it is a good idea to check the Erie County Board of Elections website before you go to check the information.



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