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Hon. John J. Mills

Old Erie County Hall
92 Franklin Street, 4th Floor
Buffalo, N.Y. 14202


Phone: (716) 858-8850
Fax: (716) 858-8818
John.Mills@erie.gov

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OFFICE HIGHLIGHTS

December 2017 Column - 2018 Budget Will Carry Tax Rate Decrease, Invests in Community

Earlier this week, the Legislature came together to propose its amendments to the County Executive’s proposed $1.48 billion budget. We will vote as a body on Thursday, Dec. 7, which will be too late to report on in this month’s column, but I expect at the end of the process we’ll have a budget that lowers the tax rate, funds critical services and invests in our community.

Legislator Mills names Gary Eppolito as December 2017 Citizen of the Month

Erie County Legislator John J. Mills is proud to name retiring Concord Supervisor Gary Eppolito as the Erie County Legislature’s Citizen of the Month for 2017 in recognition of his many contributions to the greater Concord community.

Erie County’s 2018 budget approved 11-0

The Erie County Legislature approved the amended 2018 Erie County budget at today’s session by a vote of 11-0. The budget lowers the tax rate for the fourth consecutive year while providing funding for critical services and invests in several community organizations and service groups.

HEAP Outreach to be held Dec. 18 at Concord Town Hall

Erie County Legislator John Mills announces that a Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) Outreach will be held Monday, Dec.18 at the Concord Town Hall Auditorium, 86 Franklin St., Springville. Interviews will begin at 9 a.m. and continue until 4 p.m. All applicants will be interviewed. 

November 2017 Column - Voters reminded Election Day will have a two-sided ballot

A question I have heard a lot recently is about the “vote no” signs seen throughout our community and what it means. I am glad to hear this question asked because the issue behind the signs is very important.