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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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Erie County Legislature warns against giving Governor power to withhold funding mid-year

The Erie County Legislature’s Majority Caucus opposes a proposal by Governor Cuomo that would allow him to withhold State funding after the county has already set its budget. Should state funding be withheld mid-year, the county would have to make up the shortfall, which could have a significant impact on local finances.

February 2017 Column - Making the Most of a Short Month

Just because February is the shortest month, does not mean there is nothing happening.  This is certainly the case at Old County Hall, as the County Legislature grapples with a number of issues vital to our community’s future.

Legislator Hardwick announces grant funds to ensure polling places are ADA compliant

Erie County Legislator Kevin Hardwick is pleased to announce that Erie County will receive federal grant funds through the Help America Vote Act (HAVA) to bring a polling site in the City of Tonawanda into compliance with the Americans Disabilities Act (ADA). The site, located at 150 Fillmore Ave. in the City of Tonawanda, was one of five sites approved for grant funds, which also includes the Community Center in the Village of Kenmore.

City of Tonawanda installs AED device at pavilion in Niawanda Park thanks to county partnership

Erie County Legislator Kevin Hardwick, City of Tonawanda Clerk Gayle Syposs and Tonawanda Fire Chief Charles B. Stuart announced Jan. 12, 2017 that a new AED device had been installed at the Niawanda Park Pavilion. A second device will be installed at the Kohler Pool.  

January 2017 Column - Policy and Goals 101

A new semester will soon begin at Canisius College.  On Day 1 I will walk into my American Political Process class and tell a group of eager freshmen about public policy.  I will offer a simple definition telling them that it is a course of action to attain a goal.  I will then caution them not to confuse policy with goals, because a single goal can have multiple policies associated with it.  I will assert that most of the time we all agree on a goal.  It is the particular course of action to attain the goal upon which we differ.