Erie County veterans have a new space to go to voice any issues. The ribbon is cut on the new Veteran Affairs Office at the Erie County Courthouse.
The Director of Veteran Affairs says there are more than 24,000 veterans in the county. The new office creating a safe place for private conversations, sensitive subjects with those veterans who may need to file a claim after serving in the military.
"To be able to afford that to our veterans, so that we can get the full picture when we interview is everything," says Thad Plasczynski, Director of Veteran Affairs. "The more detail oriented we are when we file a compensation claim, the better picture the VA has of it when they make their decision. It's all for the vets."
The office is now located in room 111 at the Erie County Courthouse.
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