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COMPTROLLER MYCHAJLIW SAVES TAXPAYERS MILLIONS BY REFINANCE DEBT

Erie County Comptroller Stefan Mychajliw signed the resolution for refunding the 2005 bonds, which will save taxpayers roughly $2.5 million. Lower interest rates and an improved credit rating make the refunding a worthy endeavor.

COMPTROLLER MYCHAJLIW CALLS FOR BORROWING THROUGH CONTROL BOARD

Erie County Comptroller Stefan I. Mychajliw is calling on County Executive Poloncarz to allow the Erie County Fiscal Stability Authority (ECFSA) to borrow on behalf of the County. For 2015 Capital Projects, borrowing through the ECFSA would save $927,025.00. Refunding the 2005 bonds through the ECFSA would earn the County an extra $698,164.14 in savings.

Comptroller Mychajliw proposes investment in Children's Museum at Canalside and Buffalo Museum of Science

In what would be an historic investment to solidify family friendly institutions at Canalside and the City of Buffalo, Erie County Comptroller Stefan I. Mychajliw is proposing $3 million in investments to fund a children’s museum at Canalside and a major facelift for the Buffalo Museum of Science.

Erie County Comptroller Stefan Iwan Mychajliw is the son of Polish and Ukrainian immigrants, the youngest of seven children, who grew up in blue-collar beginnings near the corner of William and Fillmore on the East Side of Buffalo.

The people of Erie County first elected Mychajliw Erie County Comptroller on November 6th, 2012. He is the proud father of eight-year-old Mia Theresa Mychajliw, a third-grade student. 

If you see or suspect waste, fraud or abuse of county resources, don’t ignore it!  Please take a minute and report your suspicions to our Erie County Whistleblower Hotline. 

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Every day, the Erie County Comptroller must pay vendors for goods and services obtained on your behalf.  You have a right to know how this money is spent.