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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

Legislator Mills to discuss County issues at North Collins Town Board meeting

Legislator John Mills will be available to meet with residents and provide an update on county issues at the North Collins Town Board Meetingbeginning at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 7, at North Collins Town Hall, 10569 Main St., North Collins.

Legislator Mills, Cornell Cooperative Extension invite youths, families to 4-H Informational Meeting

4-H logo smallErie County Legislator John Mills and Cornell Cooperative Extension – Erie County are pleased to announce that an informational meeting to highlight the many exciting programs available through 4-H will be held Wednesday, Nov. 14. 

Legislators Mills, Lorigo recognize National Farmer’s Day

During a recent session of the Erie County Legislature, Minority Leader John J. Mills and Legislator Joseph C. Lorigo presented a proclamation in recognition of National Farmer’s Day (Oct. 12, 2012).

Legislator Mills’ Orchard Park Hot Dog Roast Fundraiser breaks library’s record

In its sixth year, Legislator John J. Mills’ Orchard Park Library’s Hot Dog Roast Fundraiser sold out and broke the record set last year for money raised.

October 2012 Column - Staying on the right path in 2013

The Erie County Executive’s first budget of his term is due Oct. 15, 2012. As a Legislator who has experience with the budget process, I expect the County Executive to maintain the path set by his predecessor and the Legislature and continue to deliver sound, fiscal stability to Erie County.