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John J. Mills
District 11

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Majority Leader
Joseph C. Lorigo
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Kevin R. Hardwick
District 4

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Edward A. Rath III
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Ted Morton
District 8

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Lynne M. Dixon
District 9


Majority Caucus lists February HEAP outreach dates to assist residents in need

The Erie County Legislature Majority Caucus announces that Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) Outreaches will be held throughout the county to assistance residents in need this year. Attendees do not have to live in the specific town/village/city hosting the outreach to attend.

WNY County Legislatures unite in effort urging Governor to provide mandate relief

In an effort led by the Erie County Legislature’s Majority Caucus, 90 county legislators  from across Western New York  have signed a letter to Gov. Andrew Cuomo requesting that he work with county governments to provide mandate relief.

Majority Leader Joseph Lorigo responds to Governor’s comments in State of the State about ridesharing

“I was happy to hear Governor Cuomo make ridesharing a priority in his State of the State address in Buffalo.  As Governor Cuomo said today, ‘If it makes sense for downstate, it makes sense for upstate.’ Legislation allowing ridesharing for all of New York State has languished far too long."

Legislature re-elects John Mills as Chairman for 2017

The Erie County Legislature re-elected Legislator John Mills to serve as Chairman. The appointment was confirmed at the annual reorganizational meeting held Jan. 5, 2017 at the Legislative Chambers. 

Legislature’s revisions to County Charter limits elected officials eligibility for salary increase, requires job posting for top administrative positions

Erie County Legislature Chairman John Mills is pleased to announce that the Legislature approved revisions to the Erie County Charter at the first session of the New Year. The revisions will improve day-to-day operations in the county, among other changes.