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John J. Mills
District 11

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Joseph C. Lorigo
District 10

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Kevin R. Hardwick
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Edward A. Rath III
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Ted Morton
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Lynne M. Dixon
District 9


Erie County urges NYS to approve anti-heroin legislation

Erie County Legislator Lynne Dixon announces that the Erie County Legislature unanimously approved a resolution at the June 9, 2016 session requesting New York State leaders approve anti-heroin legislation and address this epidemic.

Majority Caucus calls on NYS Assembly to approve measure that would require State to fund mandates

The Erie County Legislature’s Majority Caucus applauds the New York State Senate for approving a bill that requires the state to fund any new mandate it imposes on local governments and schools and passed a resolution calling on the Assembly to approve the corresponding bill.

Second Erie County Household Hazardous Waste Drop-Off Day Planned

The Erie County Legislature's Majority Caucus reminds residents that the Erie County Department of Environment & Planning, in cooperation with the Northeast Southtowns Solid Waste Management Boards, and Erie Community College will be hosting its second “Household Hazardous Waste Drop-off Day” event from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, June 18, 2016 at the ECC South Campus in Orchard Park.

Residents invited to Elder Law Day on Thursday, June 16 at the Adam's Mark Hotel

The Erie County Legislature's Majority Caucus reminds residents that Elder Law Day is June 16 from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Adam's Mark Hotel, 120 Church St., Buffalo. 

County Legislature shares important information concerning peeling license plates

The Erie County Legislature's Majority Caucus announces that motorists that have a license plate that has peeling paint or de-lamination should take them to the Erie County Auto Bureau to be replaced at no cost in order to avoid being pulled over due to being unreadable.   To do this, the vehicle registrant must be present and the defective license plates must be turned in at that time.