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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

Erie County to collect hazardous waste materials on June 3 & August 5

Erie County Legislator Kevin Hardwick reminds residents that the county hosts two Household Hazardous Waste Drop-off Days every spring.

Legislator Hardwick announces local businesses needed for County’s Summer Youth Employment Program

Erie County Legislator Kevin Hardwick announces that Erie County is seeking local businesses to participate in the Summer Youth Employment Program (SYEP), coordinated through the Department of Social Services. Through this partnership, businesses provide work assignments and guidance to youths, who are paid through the agency that runs SYEP. 

Legislator Hardwick announces free rabies clinic scheduled for May 24 at Tonawanda Highway Garage

Erie County Legislator Kevin Hardwick encourages pet owners to attend the County’s upcoming free rabies clinic for dogs, cats, and ferrets. Organized by the Erie County Department of Public Health, in partnership with the Niagara Frontier Veterinary Society, the SPCA, serving Erie County and Medaille Veterinary Technology, the clinic is scheduled from 4 to 7 p.m. Wednesday, May 24, 2017 at the Town of Tonawanda Highway Garage, 450 Woodward Avenue (off of Military Rd.), Tonawanda. 

April 2017 Column - Searching for Answers

I recently attended a lecture at Canisius College by the former Commissioner of the New York City Police Department, Raymond Kelly.  It actually was more of a conversation than a lecture, as Mr. Kelly answered a series of questions posed by a pair of Canisius professors before entertaining questions from the audience.  Given that Kelly holds the distinction of being the longest serving commissioner in New York City history and he has been credited with helping to thwart numerous terrorist attacks following 9/11, you would think that the first question of the night would have been about terrorism.  But it was not.  Instead, he was asked about how to best combat the nationwide opioid abuse epidemic.

March 2017 Column - Dialogue

February was a very loud month for the United States.  Every time you turned around it seemed someone was shouting at someone else.  Much of this occurred at so-called “town hall” meetings held by various congressmen, as protestors packed the gatherings.  Eight years ago it was Democratic congresspersons taking the flak from opponents of President Obama’s policies.  This year it was Republicans who were the target of those taking exception to the direction President Trump would like to steer the country.  Many Republicans who have not held town halls are being criticized for not listening to their constituents.