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Chairman
John J. Mills -
District 11

 

District Office:
Old Erie County Hall
92 Franklin Street
Fourth Floor
Buffalo, N.Y. 14202
Phone: 858-8850
Fax: 858-8895
Email: john.mills@erie.gov

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OFFICE HIGHLIGHTS

September 2015 Column - Library fundraisers support improved programs and building upgrades

It is hard to believe that it’s been nine years since I first had the idea for the Hot Dog Roast Fundraisers to benefit the libraries in my district. At first, they were very modest events, especially when compared to what they are today. This past year most of the libraries set a new record, hosting exceptional events.

Legislator Mills announces Concord Library surpasses $10,000

Erie County Legislator John J. Mills is pleased to announce that with this year’s total, his hot dog roast fundraisers have raised more than $10,000 for the Concord Library. The 2015 event, held July 16, was a complete sellout and raised $1,488.

Legislator Mills announces Eden & North Collins Library fundraiser totals

Erie County Legislator John J. Mills is pleased to announce that both the Eden Library and North Collins Library did extremely well at their 2015 Hot Dog Roast Fundraisers. Eden and North Collins both set new records. Eden’s fundraiser netted $1,349, while North Collins raised $1,106.

Legislator Mills announces county to complete Eden Evans Center Road repairs

Erie County Legislator John J. Mills said he recently received an update from the Department of Public Works that Eden Evans Center Road will be repaired this summer from Derby Road to Route 62 in Eden. This will complete the repaving of the roadway, which has deteriorated significantly over the years.

August 2015 Column - Erie County bans dangerous pollutant, protects waterways

After waiting long enough for the federal or state government to take action to ban the sale of cosmetics and personal care products containing microbeads, Erie County took action to protect our water sources. At the July 30 session, the Legislature voted 11-0 to approve a local law that would ban the sale of face washes, toothpastes and any products that contain tiny plastic microbeads. The issue is that these beads are too small to be filtered out of the water at our treatment plants and end up in lakes, rivers and creeks causing many issues.