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Mayor's Photo Gallery

January 2, 2011 – Mayor Brown spoke at Tim Kennedy’s inauguration into the New York State Senate, which was held at D’Youville College. The South Buffalo native and D’Youville graduate with represent the 58th district.

January 3, 2011 - Mayor Byron W. Brown today appointed Buffalo attorney Susan M. Eagan to fill the vacant Buffalo City Court judgeship, as a result of the election of Judge Henry J. Nowak to the New York State Supreme Court.

July 29, 2010 Mayor Brown kicks off Phase I of the reconstruction project for Porter Avenue.

July 16, 2010 – Mayor Brown speaks at the annual Sorrento Cheese Italian Heritage Festival The four-day festival took place from July 15-18, on Hertel Avenue in Buffalo.

June 22, 2010 - There will now be a 21-person staff to focus on policing the 27 BMHA developments throughout the City of Buffalo. Nearly 12,000 residents live in these properties.

June 21, 2010 – Mayor Brown announces the summer event schedule for the Erie Canal Harbor at Canalside. Throughout the summer, there will be 115 events for the public, every day from July 2nd until Labor day. 110 of these events are free to the public.

June 10, 2010 – Mayor Brown joins Erie County Executive Chris Collins for the 2010 JP Morgan Chase Corporate Challenge opening ceremony. Over 11,000 runners and walkers participated in the popular event, which features post-race receptions by participating companies in the Delaware Park Meadow.

June 10, 2010 -- Mayor Byron Brown announces the new ‘Keeping Neighborhoods On Watch’ (KNOW) Email Alert System, which is designed to strengthen communication on potential criminal activity between neighborhood block club members and the Buffalo Police Department.

June 9, 2010 – Mayor Brown speaks during the Taste of Buffalo kick-off press conference at Tops on Elmwood Avenue. The Mayor was joined by Erie County Executive Chris Collins and Tops Chairman and CEO Frank Curci.

May 26, 2010 - Mayor Brown joined Erie County Executive Chris Collins, County Legislature Chairwoman Barbara Miller-Williams, George K. Arthur and others for the announcement of the county’s $300,000 match of Mayor Brown’s initial $300,000 investment in the future Colored Musicians Club museum.

May 15, 2010 – Mayor Brown throws out the ceremonial first pitch to begin the 2010 season of the Hertel North Park Youth Baseball League.

May 15, 2010 – Mayor Brown receives the first pitch baseball following the ceremony opening the 2010 season of the Hertel North Park Youth Baseball League.

May 13, 2010 - Air Force One arrives at Buffalo Niagara International Airport

May 13, 2010 - Mayor Brown prepares to greet President Barack Obama to Buffalo

May 13, 2010 - Mayor Brown greeting President Obama to Buffalo.

May 13, 2010 - Mayor Brown and Congressman Higgins with Air Force One at the Buffalo Niagara International Airport

May 13, 2010 - President Obama addresses the audience at Industrial Support Inc.

April 27, 2010 -- Mayor Byron W. Brown congratulates Garnell Whitfield Jr. upon appointing him Commissioner of the Buffalo Fire Department.

April 27, 2010 – Mayor brown joined City Hall employees in selling newspapers this morning for the annual Kids Day fundraiser, which benefit’s Women and Children’s Hospital. The Mayor sold 45 newspapers and purchased another 50 papers (at the special $1.00 price) to support the worthy cause.

April 29, 2010 – Mayor Brown announces the $578,500 reconstruction of the Delaware Park Ring Road, which is expected to be completed in 2-3 weeks. The project is being financed entirely with City of Buffalo capital fund monies.

April 23, 2010 -- Mayor Byron Brown and John Burke, Regional Chief Operating Officer, celebrated the grand opening of WellCare’s new Welcome Room facility, an innovative prototype for other offices. The new office is located at 360 Delaware Avenue.

April 23, 2010 -- Mayor Byron Brown planted a tree next to City Hall as part of the fourth annual Enviro-Fair in Niagara Square. He is seen here with Paul Maurer and Art Travers of Re-Tree WNY.

April 15, 2010 - Mayor Byron Brown today joined ( r.)Mayor Ted Salci (Niagara Falls, Ontario), Mayor Gary Burroughs (Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario), Mayor Doug Martin (Fort Erie, Ontario), Mayor Paul Dyster (Niagara Falls, New York) and Marta Moszczenska (Consul General of Canada in Buffalo) for the annual Boom Days Ball Drop from the deck of the Peace Bridge. The event marks the commencement of the annual spring festival celebrating the lifting of the ice boom in Lake Erie

Mayor Brown is joined by senior management of the Buffalo Police Department and foot & bike patrol police officers to announce this summer’s edition of the foot & bike patrol operation. Based in all five of the city’s Police Districts, the patrols concentrate on commercial districts, residential neighborhoods and parks.

Mayor Brown and North District Councilmember Joe Golombek announce the Historic Resources Survey of the Black Rock Neighborhood at the Buffalo Religious Arts Center.

Mayor Brown presents the Key to the City to Olympic gold medalist and Buffalo native Steve Mesler, who was joined by his family at City Hall.

Mayor Brown and Councilmember Golombek, along with Keith Keller of Leader Professional Service, Inc., announce the final air quality report for the Buffalo Police Department’s D District.

Mayor Brown presents a newly minted President Millard Fillmore dollar coin to a youngster following a City Hall ceremony honoring the 13th President of the United States.

Mayor Brown today, joined by Labatt Blue associate band manager Ryan Daley, conducted an on-site inspection of the ice rinks that will be used in this weekend's Labatt Blue Buffalo Pond Hockey Tournament at the Erie Basin Marina.

Mayor Brown stands with award recipients following the City of Buffalo’s 2010 Black History Month .

Mayor Brown declared February National Heart Month in the City of Buffalo on Friday, February 5th at a ceremony in City Hall.

January 29, 2010 - Mayor Brown, joined by Congresswoman Louise Slaughter and Congressman Brian Higgins, announces increased city funding for the $6.8 million Ellicott Park Project on the Buffalo Niagara Medical Campus.

Cars on Main Street.

Food Bank

New fire hall

Mayor congratulates members of the Buffalo Fire Department on their recent promotions.

Mayor Brown is joined at the Johnnie B. Wiley Amateur Sports Pavilion press conference with Buffalo Public Schools Superintendent Dr. James Williams, Wiley Board Chair Thurman Thomas and others

Mayor Byron W. Brown and Congressman Brian Higgins participate in a groundbreaking ceremony for the $3.8 million reconstruction of four historic streets in the city’s Inner Harbor area.

Mayor Partners with Food Bank for Holiday Food Drive.

Mayor Brown and Congressman Higgins welcoming U.S. Department of Homeland Security Deputy Secretary Jane Holl Lute to City Hall for a roundtable discussion on homeland security issues.

Mayor Brown is joined by Legislator Kennedy, Congressman Higgins and Assemblyman Schroeder (left to right) for the announcement of a $650,000 infrastructure improvement program for the city’s Hickory Woods neighborhood.

Mayor Brown, joined by Assemblywoman Peoples, Councilman Davis and L. Nathan Hare of the Community Action Organization, officially announces plans for a $14 million housing development (St Martin Village) on Dodge Street.

Mayor Brown officially cuts the ribbon on the new, $4 million Bailey/Genesee Firehouse with Commissioner Lombardo and members of the Buffalo Fire Department.