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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

Legislator Hardwick reminds residents that Hazardous Waste Drop Off event is May 7

Erie County Legislator Kevin Hardwick reminds residents that Erie County hosts two Hazardous Waste Drop Off Events each spring, with the first of 2016 scheduled for Saturday, May 7 at Erie Community College’s North Campus.

Legislator Hardwick announces Grand Island roadways to be repaired

Erie County Legislator Kevin Hardwick announces that Whitehaven Road and Baseline Road on Grand Island will both be repaved this year. The Legislature unanimously approved more than $26 million in road work funding at today’s session, including these two important projects.

April 2016 Column - Major Decisions Looming

Some days the life of an Erie County Legislator can be routine and not all that exciting.  Thursday, April 7 was not one of those days.

Legislator Hardwick announces April 12 Drive-Thru Disposal event to collect drugs, needles

Erie County Legislator Kevin Hardwick announces that Erie County will host a Free Drive-Thru Disposal event to collect medications and needles. All prescription and over-the-counter medications, as well as needles will be accepted, no questions asked.

Legislator Hardwick: ‘Renew Local’ boosts county revenue

Erie County Legislator Kevin Hardwick reminds motorists that when their automobile registration renewal arrives in the mail to “Renew Local” using a green envelope from Erie County to keep more of the revenue here. The simple act of renewing locally keeps approximately $1.5 million dollars in Erie County each year that would otherwise go to New York State.