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Legislator Rath, county responds to safety concern on Goodrich Road


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Roads – the vast majority of us use them every single day. The question is: are you satisfied with the condition of these roads? Unfortunately, the answer we hear in my Legislative office is a resounding “no.”

Legislator Edward Rath announces that Trinity Old Lutheran Church, 3445 Sheridan Drive, Amherst is one of several sites for the next series of Erie County Senior Services' Powerful Tools for Caregivers classes. This course is designed for...

Legislator Edward Rath announces that Salt Road is closed from Clarence Center Road to Keller Road in Clarence to allow for bridge repairs. The roadway closed on Aug. 22 and work is expected to continue until the end of October. 

Erie County Legislator Edward Rath III and Sheriff Timothy Howard will host a Community Watch Meeting to address the recent home burglaries in the Town of Clarence and residents are welcome to attend and obtain advice from the Sheriff’s...

In the Town of Newstead, Burdick Road will be closed from Tonawanda Creek Road (Erie County) to Tonawanda Creek Road (Niagara County) to allow for bridge repairs. The closure will begin Monday, Aug. 21 and is expected to last until Sept. 30.

oneilj - Posted on 13 February 2013

Erie County Legislator Edward Rath and the County's Department of Public Works addressed a resident's safety concerns by installing new signage warning motorists they are approaching an intersection. The homeowner at the intersection of Goodrich Road and Tonawanda Creek Road had his concerns addressed soon after bringing them to the attention of the Clarence Town Board and Legislator Rath. The new signage was installed in early Feburary, 2013. 

The Clarence Bee featured the story on its front page on Feb. 6, 2013. Click here to read the article, part 1, part 2