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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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Legislator Mills announces final weekends for Sugar Shack Tours

Erie County Legislature Chairman John Mills announces that tours of the County's maple syrup production will be held in April.

Legislator Mills announces final week to order through Conservation Tree and Shrub Seedling sale

Erie County Legislator John J. Mills reminds anyone interested in ordering trees, shrubs or seeds that the deadline for the 2016 Conservation Tree and Shrub Seedling Sale is Friday, March 18.

March 2016 Column - Explore Erie County’s fishing industry

Being a grandparent of eight keeps me extremely busy. It has been a joy to be involved in my grandkids’ activities, but one of the hobbies I look forward to most is being able to fish in the summer with them. At their young ages they have already experienced the great fishing that Western New York has to offer, and I encourage you all to learn more about this “best kept secret.”

Chairman Mills announces Valentines for Veterans program

Erie County Legislature Chairman John Mills is proud to recognize the schools from his district that participated in the 2016 Valentines for Veterans programs. The students created hundreds of handmade cards that will be sent to the Niagara Falls Air Reserve Station, local American Legion posts, and retirement homes to thank our veterans and servicemen and women.

February Column - Significant road work awaits crews in coming weeks, project list requested

The very warm weather this past weekend could have fooled anyone. The temperatures were more in line with what we might see in spring and not the last days of January. We have been fortunate to have a mild winter so far, and while we all know there are still plenty of weeks in which we could get buried in snow, we also must recognize that spring, also known as construction season, is coming.