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Edward Rath III
District 6

District Office:
Old Erie County Hall
92 Franklin Street
Fourth Floor
Buffalo, N.Y. 14202
Phone: (716) 858-8676
Fax: (716) 858-8895
Email: edward.rath@erie.gov

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Legislator Rath announces the passage of the
Erie County Silver Alert System, which aids in the locating
of missing adults who suffer from Alzheimer's or
other memory disorders.

Legislator Rath presents a proclamation to Bob Meiss,
president/CEO of Beechwood Continuing Care, to mark
Asbury Pointe's 10th anniversary. Also pictured, Karen Grady,
Executive Director of Asbury Pointe and Ray Meissner,
community resident.

 

Eagle Scout

Legislator Rath talks with an Eagle Scout about his
efforts to repair a monument site at Williamsville Cemetery.

Reading to kids

Legislator Rath reads to a group of students at
EduKids in Amherst.  

Convention Center

Legislator Rath reviews plans for improvements made
to the Convention Center during the summer of 2010.

Legislator Rath asks his colleagues to support
his resolution that would create the Erie County
Silver Alert Law System. The resolution passed
moments later 15-0.

Rotary

Legislator Rath joins local officials at an Amherst
South Rotary Club meeting.

Daisy Troop

Legislator Rath presented certificates to
Daisy Troop 345 from Amherst during their visit
to County Hall in January 2011.

JCC

Legislator Rath takes part in a ceremonial
groundbreaking event held at the Jewish
Community Center in Amherst. The JCC is
expanding its facility.

Taste of Williamsville

Legislator Rath sells silver coins during the 2010
Taste of Williamsville held on Island Park.

snow bear

Legislator Rath was the guest judge for the 2011
Williamsville Winterfest Snow Sculpture Contest.
He chose a polar bear created by local teens at the
first place entry.

Chamber After Hours

Legislator Edward Rath addresses the attendees at
the March 15, 2011 Amherst Chamber of Commerce
After Hours event.

K9 Unit Ride along

Legislator Rath with Amherst Police Officer Stevens and
Judge standing with the new K9 Unit truck. The new vehicle
prepares Officers Stevens and Judge to respond to school
drug searches, missing person reports and other calls
requiring tracking or searching.

ASO April 10, 2011

Legislator Edward Rath presented a proclamation
recognizing Amherst Symphony Orchestra's 65th
anniversary to Steven Thomas, conductor/music
director, and Anthony Latona, Association Board
President, during the April 10, 2011 "Double the
Bass"concert.

Farmers Market

Legislator Edward Rath with his daughter shopped at the Pasta
Peddler's booth at the Williamsville Farmers Market.
Matt Reda, also pictured, is one of the many vendors selling
outstanding goods during the weekly event. The Farmers
Market is open from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturdays, May-October.  

straw fest

Legislator Rath, a member of the Williamsville Rotary,
serves Strawberry Festival attendees during the annual
event on June 22, 2011.

Legislator Rath honored the Rotary Club of Buffalo during the
June 30, 2011 session for 100 years of service to the WNY community.

 


Erie County Legislator Edward A. Rath, III presented
a proclamation recognizing Upstate New York Transplant
Services' 30th anniversary to Sallyann Ieraci, UNYTS Vice
President of Community Relations, and Rahwa Ghirmatzion,
Community Engagement Specialist. The presentation was
held during the Nov. 3, 2011 session of the Erie County Legislature.


The County hosted a Hazardous Waste Drop-Off Day
on May 12, 2012 at ECC North. Hundreds of residents
disposed of hazardous materials, making their homes
and the environment safer.

Congratulations to retired United States Army Captain
John Kasmer, of Amherst, honored at the Naval and
Military Veterans Appreciation Tribute Award Ceremony
at Naval Park Cove in September 2012.

OFFICE HIGHLIGHTS

Legislators Rath and Loughran criticize lawsuit brought forward to stop ECC North’s STEM building

Erie County Legislators Edward Rath and Thomas Loughran, who co-represent the Town of Amherst, are extremely disappointed by the action taken by Joel Giambra to stop construction of the proposed $30-million "STEM" building at Erie Community College's North Campus. Both Rath and Loughran have been supporters of the new building, fighting for funding to move the project forward and better serve the students and faculty at ECC.

Legislators focus on cutting taxes for 2015 during review of county executive’s proposed budget

The Erie County Legislature has begun to review the County Executive’s proposed 2015 budget, and the Chairman and Vice Chairman of the Finance and Management Committee say their focus is on identifying opportunities to cut taxes.

Legislator Rath announces Business Forum to discuss how public-private partnerships are critical to growth

Erie County Legislator Edward Rath, in partnership with several business agencies, will host a Business Forum at 6 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 28 at The Irishman Pub and Eatery, 5601 Main St., Williamsville to discuss future opportunities for public-private partnerships.

Legislator Rath, Rite-Aid to host Flu Clinic on Oct. 20

Legislator Edward Rath and Rite-Aid will host a clinic from 4 to 7 p.m. Monday, Oct. 20 at Clarence Town Hall, 1 Town Place, Clarence. The clinic is for adults, age 18 and older, and attendees are asked to bring their insurance card. Most insurance plans cover the vaccination in full. For additional information, please contact Legislator Rath at 858-8676 or email edward.rath@erie.gov.