Erie County Executive Mark C. Poloncarz (seated at right of table) joins members of the Poverty Committee as the group came together for their inaugural meeting. The volunteer, seven-member Poverty Committee will advise Erie County government on measures to reduce poverty and its causes.
Erie County Executive Mark C. Poloncarz (seated at table) is flanked by environmental advocates and Erie County legislators as Erie becomes the first county in NYS to enact legislation prohibiting the sale of microbead-containing products.
Erie County Executive Mark C. Poloncarz (center) joins Commissioner of Public Advocacy Sawrie Becker (center left) and community partners in cutting the ribbon at the Domestic Violence Tribute Garden in Isle View Park. The Tribute Garden provides a place for peaceful, quiet reflection for individuals and families whose lives have been touched by domestic violence.
Erie County Executive Mark C. Poloncarz poses with former Erie County Executives Joel Giambra, Dennis Gorski and Ed Rutkowski and local artist Mary Smith as life-sized portraits painted by Smith were unveiled at a ceremony held in the county executive’s chambers of the Rath Building.
Erie County Executive Mark C. Poloncarz addresses attendees at the rededication event prior to the Memorial's unveiling. Commissioned by the Buffalo Central Labor Council, AFL-CIO, the Worker's Memorial honors laborers who suffered and died at the workplace.