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Kevin Hardwick
District 4

District Office:
Old Erie County Hall
92 Franklin Street
Fourth Floor
Buffalo, N.Y. 14202
Phone: 858-8672
Fax: 858-8895
Email:
Kevin.Hardwick@erie.gov

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OFFICE HIGHLIGHTS

July 2015 Column - Summer of ‘15

Six months ago we were contending with one of the most brutal Februarys in recent memory.  It seemed like it would never end.  But it did.  Now it is July.  The temperature is well above the freezing mark we failed to achieve in February and the kids are out of school.  Let’s enjoy this summer.  After all, we’ve earned it.

June 2015 Column - Erie Community College must be made affordable for all

Excelsior. It is a Latin word meaning “ever upward,” and it is the motto of New York State. I have been thinking about it a great deal recently as I read article after article about the problem of income inequality and the thousands of children in our community who are living in poverty. Many writers have proposed remedies for this situation.

Free Guided Walk in Isleview Park on Saturday, June 6

A free guided walk through Isleview Park will be held Saturday, June 6. Registration begins at 9 a.m. at the gazebo.

Legislators accept Homeland Security grant for Sheriff’s Office to protect waterfront

Erie County Legislators John Mills, Lynne Dixon and Kevin Hardwick, whose districts border waterfronts, along with Legislator Ted Morton, whose district includes the Buffalo Niagara International Airport, announce that the Legislature has taken the necessary steps to receive a State of New York Office of Homeland Security grant totaling $75,169 to increase security of the international border along the Niagara River and Lake Erie. The grant will be utilized by the Erie County Sheriff’s Office, which patrols seven days a week/24 hours a day during boating season.

May 2015 Column - Progress Continues in Key Areas

Erie County’s 2005 Red and Green Budget fiasco claimed a number of victims.  Many county employees lost their jobs through no fault of their own.  Citizens throughout the county were shut out of their county parks and had to endure long lines when most of the DMV offices were closed.