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district 11

Chairman 
John J. Mills
District 11

district 4

Majority Leader
Joseph C. Lorigo
District 10

district 6

Kevin R. Hardwick
District 4

district 8

Edward A. Rath III
District 6

district 9

Ted Morton
District 8

district 10

Lynne M. Dixon
District 9

OFFICE HIGHLIGHTS

Legislators Mills, Hardwick sponsor resolution to save $50 million statewide, limit primary elections to two

The Erie County Legislature’s Minority Leader John J. Mills, R-Orchard Park, and Legislator Kevin Hardwick, R-Tonawanda, sponsored a resolution urging New York State leaders to implement a schedule calling for only two New York State primaries next year and save taxpayers millions of dollars.

Legislators announce funding approved for critical public safety improvements

Legislators Lynne Dixon, Hamburg; Kevin Hardwick, Tonawanda; and Edward A. Rath, III, Amherst, announce that the necessary funding for a new state-of-the-art landing pad for the Erie County Sheriff’s helicopter was approved during the Erie County Legislature’s Oct. 20, 2011 session.

County Executive, Legislators, Law Enforcement Officials Remind Motorists to Avoid Drinking and Driving This Labor Day Weekend

Erie County Executive Chris Collins and Members of the Erie County Legislature Minority Caucus today joined local law enforcement and DWI prevention advocates to remind motorists to avoid drinking and driving during the Labor Day holiday weekend.

Legislature's Minority Caucus sponsoring Red Cross' 90 Days of Remembrance

The Erie County Legislature's Minority Caucus presented a proclamation to the American Red Cross during the July 21, 2011 session to honor and recognize its efforts during 90 Days of Remembrance, a 12-week blood donation campaign ending on Sept. 11.

Vote taken by Legislature’s Majority Caucus could cost taxpayers $900,000

Political posturing during the last session of the Erie County Legislature before its summer recess puts the County at great risk of paying upwards of a million of dollars in interest unnecessarily.