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Legislator Rath, county responds to safety concern on Goodrich Road


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Erie County Legislator Edward A. Rath III announces that funding has been approved to do repairs at the live burn training facility in Cheektowaga, which is critical in preparing firefighters for real-life situations. The funding will be used to...

Erie County Legislator Edward A. Rath III has released the following statement opposing the Erie County Industrial Development Agency’s Board of Directors’ approval of a Pay Equity Policy that, as written, is redundant and burdensome...

Erie County Legislator Edward A. Rath III was pleased to see U.S. Senator Chuck Schumer at the site of the Tonawanda Creek Road collapse in Clarence on Monday, following Legislator Rath’s request made to federal representatives to...

Evident by the number of posts about it in my Facebook newsfeed, strawberry picking is a favorite summer tradition. Greg’s U-Pick Farm, located at 9270 Lapp Road in Clarence Center and owned by the Sandy and Greg Spoth, is one of the most...

Erie County Legislator Edward Rath is pleased to announce that Father Leon J. Biernat, Pastor from St. Gregory the Great Church, has been named the June 2015 Citizen of the Month. Father Biernat was recognized at the June 25, 2015 session and...

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