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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 funding for Cradle Beach, Eden Boys and Girls Club

Erie County Legislator John Mills announces that Cradle Beach and the Boys and Girls Club of Eden have received 2015 Summer Primetime funding to support seasonal programming.

2015 Hot Dog Roast Fundraiser schedule announced

Erie County Legislator John J. Mills announces the schedule for his 9th annual Hot Dog Roast Fundraisers to support the library branches in his district. In total, these popular events have raised more than $47,800 to support ongoing efforts to provide quality programming and materials at each of the branches in Legislator Mills’ District.

May 2015 Column - 2015 road work includes reconstruction of Lake Avenue

Erie County has set this year’s road work plan and I am pleased to announce that the 2015 Road Project List includes $3 million to reconstruct a portion of Lake Avenue from Abbott Road to five corners. I know many of you are as frustrated as I am with the condition of that roadway. Once the work is complete it will be a huge improvement for motorists

Legislator Mills encourages County Executive to accept $20M in funding and support County takeover of former 219 bridge

Erie County Legislature Chairman John Mills has reviewed New York State’s proposal to transfer the former 219 bridge to Erie and Cattaraugus counties and encourages the County Executive to strongly consider taking ownership of the bridge.

April 2015 - What is the ‘State’ of the County?

Recently we heard the County Executive’s annual State of the County address where he ran the gamut, discussing several topics and provided very brief overviews. When the speech concluded I was left asking, “So what is the actual state of the county?” I don’t believe we got a sense of where the county’s financial footing was, what challenges the County Executive expected to face and his plan going forward.