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district 11

John J. Mills
District 11

district 4

Majority Leader
Joseph C. Lorigo
District 10

district 6

Kevin R. Hardwick
District 4

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Edward A. Rath III
District 6

district 9

Ted Morton
District 8

district 10

Lynne M. Dixon
District 9


HEAP outreach dates announced to assist residents in need

The Erie County Legislature 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.

County's DPW launches online complaint form

Erie County's Department of Public works has launched an online complaint form. To access the online complaint form, please CLICK HERE. 

Legislator Mills elected Chairman of Legislature for 2016, Majority Leader Lorigo to lead Caucus for third year

The Erie County Legislature unanimously elected Legislator John Mills to his third year as Chairman. The appointment was confirmed at the annual reorganizational meeting held Jan. 7 at the Legislative Chambers.

New ‘Pawn Shop Law’ will help law enforcement recover stolen goods

The Erie County Legislature unanimously approved a local law that is designed to aid members of law enforcement in the recovery of stolen items sold to pawn brokers and second-hand dealers. The local law, approved unanimously Thursday, Dec. 17, regulates the reselling of items, most notably requiring stores to hold items for two weeks. This would allow law enforcement time to search for and possibly recover stolen items.

Legislature puts stamp on 2016 budget in way of a tax decrease

For the second consecutive year, the Legislature’s Republican-aligned Majority Caucus delivered a tax decrease to the residents of Erie County. The 2016 Erie County budget, which was approved Dec. 1, lowers the tax rate while still funding services and programs that are important to residents.