Erie County Legislature Public Hearings
Public hearings conducted by the Erie County Legislature are held in the Legislative Chambers (unless otherwise noted) located at Old County Hall, 92 Franklin Street, 4th Floor in the City of Buffalo, New York.
Individuals wishing to speak may sign up at firstname.lastname@example.org. Remarks and presentations from all speakers will be limited to 3 minutes.
Currently, no public hearings are scheduled by the County Legislature.
Boards & Commissions
Information regarding Advisory Boards and Commissions is available here.
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Links & Resources
- New York State
- New York State Senate
- New York State Assembly
- NYS Department of State - Committee on Open Government
- WNY Elected Officials
- Erie County
- Erie County Charter & Administrative Code
- County Departments Listing
- County Events, Notifications and News
- Erie Community College
- City of Buffalo
Regulation on Reporting for Elected and Appointed Officials
Correctly reporting the number of days worked during a reporting period helps ensure the benefits your employees receive are accurate. But, since elected and appointed officials usually do not work a fixed schedule or have preset hours, determining the number of days they’ve worked requires a different process.
Without a standard work day, you cannot determine the correct number of days worked to report for an official. Since retirement benefits are based in part on service credit, correctly reporting the number of days these members work during a reporting period helps ensure the benefits they receive are accurate.
The Erie County Legislature establishes standard work days for your elected and appointed officials by adopting a resolution.
The Standard Work Day and Reporting Resolution must be adopted at the first regular meeting held after the first 180 days of taking office, or whenever a new elected or appointed office is established. This resolution must be filed with the Office of the State Comptroller within 45 days of adoption.
Additionally, the resolution must be posted on the public website for at least 30 days; if there is a current resolution, view it here. (If "here" is an inactive link, then there is no current Standard Work Day Resolution to view.)