Lovejoy District Council Member Bryan Bollman

Lovejoy District Council Member Bryan Bollman Council Member Bryan J. Bollman represents the Lovejoy District on The City of Buffalo Common Council in Buffalo, NY. With a proven track record of community organizing, business management, and government administration, Bryan Bollman brings a youthful yet experienced perspective to The City of Buffalo Common Council.

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Free small real trees in front of Schiller Park Senior Center at 2057 Genesee Street, while supplies last. Thanks to Hom...
12/21/2020

Free small real trees in front of Schiller Park Senior Center at 2057 Genesee Street, while supplies last. Thanks to Home Depot on Elmwood for their generosity.

12/18/2020
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12/12/2020
Thanks to Ms. Triggs, Catholic Charities and my partners in government. Today we were able to brighten the day for some ...
12/12/2020

Thanks to Ms. Triggs, Catholic Charities and my partners in government. Today we were able to brighten the day for some families in need, it’s great to see organizations and volunteers stepping up to help out this holiday season!

12/11/2020
Happy Holidays, the decorations are up. Thanks to my staff for helping with the annual bulb maintenance and thanks to th...
12/09/2020

Happy Holidays, the decorations are up. Thanks to my staff for helping with the annual bulb maintenance and thanks to the Public Works department for getting them up on the poles.

Thanks to Deidre Williams at the Buffalo News and my colleagues on the Council for supporting this effort. This past yea...
12/08/2020
Lawmakers look to strand ATV, dirt bike drivers causing havoc on city streets

Thanks to Deidre Williams at the Buffalo News and my colleagues on the Council for supporting this effort. This past year we've been inundated with ATVs, dirt bikes, and other recreational vehicles driving dangerously down our streets and in our parts with no regard for the safety of our residents.
With the amount of complaints I received from residents this year and personally seeing an increase in activity, I felt it was important to start this discussion and work toward addressing the problem.

https://buffalonews.com/news/local/lawmakers-look-to-strand-atv-dirt-bike-drivers-causing-havoc-on-city-streets/article_e8aa300a-243f-11eb-8b2d-7757a2f318dd.html/?&logged_out=1&fbclid=IwAR1C7cNiKqjPuAk5YVydpRkz3jSV-tF_qU-AScYQnuwGu6ZSB7ULDPfuVGA

Some riders have been known to wreak havoc citywide, zig-zagging in and out of traffic, traveling the wrong way down streets and tearing up park grounds, city officials say.

Happy Holidays!
12/04/2020

Happy Holidays!

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11/26/2020

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11/19/2020
There have been multiple reports of car break ins reported in the Lovejoy District recently.  We have asked for addition...
11/13/2020

There have been multiple reports of car break ins reported in the Lovejoy District recently. We have asked for additional patrols and support from our District Police Chiefs.
Please do not keep your valuables in your car and report any break ins to the Police.

11/11/2020
11/11/2020
11/10/2020

The E District Police Meeting will be broadcast live on the Buffalo University District page tomorrow November 11th from 6pm - 7pm. I will be attending as part of the Lovejoy District is in the E District.

11/10/2020
11/10/2020
Photos from Lovejoy District Council Member Bryan Bollman's post
11/04/2020

Photos from Lovejoy District Council Member Bryan Bollman's post

11/03/2020
I’m thankful to Imam and Abul Hoque Murad for inviting me to speak at the Buffalo Islamic Cultural Center Friday. I spok...
11/03/2020

I’m thankful to Imam and Abul Hoque Murad for inviting me to speak at the Buffalo Islamic Cultural Center Friday. I spoke about the importance of voting and making your voice heard. I always appreciate the opportunity to speak to the community, my office is here to help.

Today is the deadline, don’t miss out on this opportunity.
11/02/2020

Today is the deadline, don’t miss out on this opportunity.

Happy Halloween to all! It was a fun afternoon going between our Schiller Park Handout and the Central Terminal drive th...
10/31/2020

Happy Halloween to all! It was a fun afternoon going between our Schiller Park Handout and the Central Terminal drive through event.

Thanks to all who attended, we tried to make the best out of our circumstances this year while remaining safe. Special thanks to all who helped out!

We had a fun beggars night in Kaisertown and Lovejoy. Thanks to the many community partners who helped us pull this off ...
10/31/2020

We had a fun beggars night in Kaisertown and Lovejoy. Thanks to the many community partners who helped us pull this off safely including:

The Kaisertown Friends Association, Lovejoy Village Association, St. Casimir’s, UB Dental, ELCON, my staff members, Tom Marchese, Gail and all of our volunteers who worked hard to pack bags and put this all together .

Also thanks to the PeaceMakers, the A District and C District for providing additional support tonight.

Just a reminder that we will be out in the neighborhood tonight and tomorrow.
10/30/2020

Just a reminder that we will be out in the neighborhood tonight and tomorrow.

Look for us out in the neighborhood, we will be handing out candy while socially distancing.
10/29/2020

Look for us out in the neighborhood, we will be handing out candy while socially distancing.

I had a great time with the Buffalo Academy of Science Charter School and their Trunk or Treat event on Poplar Street. T...
10/24/2020

I had a great time with the Buffalo Academy of Science Charter School and their Trunk or Treat event on Poplar Street. Thanks for the invite Principal Wilczak!

It was a beautiful day to be out in the district checking on issues and doing some fine tuning with our Floss Block Club...
10/23/2020

It was a beautiful day to be out in the district checking on issues and doing some fine tuning with our Floss Block Club President @Tae Carter.

10/23/2020
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10/19/2020
Erie County Back to Business – 43North

Back to Business is a grant program for small businesses in Erie County who have been impacted by COVID. Applications are due November 2nd.

View fullsize The Erie County Back to Business Grant Program is a $20 million relief fund offering direct financial assistance to qualifying Erie County-based small businesses. The grant program aims to disperse funds to businesses with the greatest need while distributing the aid to as many small b...

A big thank you to all who showed up to the clean up on Clinton yesterday.  It looks great and and it feels like we made...
10/18/2020

A big thank you to all who showed up to the clean up on Clinton yesterday. It looks great and and it feels like we made a difference!

Thanks to the Kaisertown Friends Assn and the Clinton Community Board.

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I heard at one time that sidestreet alternate parking would not go back into effect till the next year. Has that changed- are we now back to alternate parking everywhere it was imposed prior to Covid?
Dear Councilman Bollman . While celebrating the fourth of July with your family please know That the 420 + softball players in the city will not be allowed to play this season. We were lied to again By deputy Commissioner Andrew Rabb. We were told if we quarantined, wore masks, and social distanced we would be Granted phase 4 status and be allowed to return to the parks. Recreation is a big part of Phase 4. Andy Rabb had months to get the parks department ready for phase 4. The leagues worked on plans to be able to play softball safely with proper safe distance standards developed by the States HHS. Mr. Rabb refuses to even look at our permit applications. Whenever Andy is forced to make a decision on adult recreation leagues he defaults to the needs of the “Youth Leagues” citing some secret passage in the city charter putting youth leagues ahead of Adult leagues. When pressed he never produces this secret passage he instead smugly says he is not required to produce the document but his word is law. We do not take away fields or space from Youth Leagues but he uses that excuse to close fields and deny access to adult leagues. Please find out why adult league permits were cancelled for this year. If the city is not able to afford the maintenance on the fields we suggested the parks department lease the diamonds to the leagues and we’ll pay for the upkeep. The suburban leagues start next week. If recent events the last couple of weeks show anything It’s that the people and taxpayers are tired of Elected officials not listening to the voice of the people. Government should work towards the needs of the people not the other way around. We shouldn’t have to jump through hoops every year to get to use the fields our taxes and permit fees pay for. If the city can’t afford to maintain these fields they should be turned over to the leagues. The lying must stop. We ask for equal protection. Please get back to me. Thank you for your time and support. Michael A. Damico 553-3839
Thank you for standing up today with your budget vote! It was great to see you standing with the people you represent, as always!
So, we can assume the Thin Blue Line flag will come down, at least below the US Flag?
Reminder of the KFA meeting tomorrow night (wed.) at 6 pm. We will send the link!
Sir, in your travels, would you please inspect the grounds on front of the Machnica Center on Clinton in Kaisertown? The strip between the building and the sidewalk has weeds a foot high and lots of garbage. It really depreciates the beautiful building. It would be greatly appreciated if you could get the City to clean it up.
FREE MASK GIVEAWAY May 22nd between 3:30-4:30 PM. A Note from The Kaisertown Friends Association: We will be distributing 2 masks per person, in each car at the Peter Machnica Center. These masks have been delivered to the district via Erie County Executive Mark Polancarz and Lovejoy District Councilman Bryan Bollman. Please pull in front of the Machnica Community Center, stay in your vehicle, roll down passenger window 6". Wait for someone from the KFA to approach your car. We will pass the masks to you through the window. We will be using hand sanitizer between vehicles, and wearing masks. Please obey traffic laws, as well, and do not idle in intersections, and be patient! MASKS WILL BE GIVEN OUT ON A FIRST COME/FIRST SERVED BASIS. If we run out of masks we will end this event early.
If the pandemic is as bad as the government and medical personnel have been reporting, then why not open up schools, offices, hotels...to.the homeless?
Bryan, thank you for stopping in to the Buffalo Curling Club! We’re excited to be in the neighborhood. Thanks for sharing our upcoming events at the Buffalo Curling Club!
Great guy cares about the neighborhood!
We would like to grats you on love joy council member have a wonderful year 😀🎉🎊🎇🎆
I’m here so is 88 still a nuisance LoL