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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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Kearns and Rath To Hold Pistol Permit Re-Certification Outreach In Akron

County Clerk Michael P. Kearns and County Legislator Ed Rath have announced a pistol permit recertification outreach will be held from 6 to 8 p.m.

Kearns and Rath To Hold Pistol Permit Re-Certification Outreach In Amherst

County Clerk Michael P. Kearns and County Legislator Ed Rath have announced the first in a series of pistol permit recertification outreaches will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. on Friday, January 5th at the Clearfield library in Amherst, 770 Hopkins Road, Williamsville. 

Legislator Rath provides additional funding for district community organizations

Erie County Legislator Edward A. Rath, III is pleased to announce that the 2018 Erie County budget will include funding for several key organizations located in his district. Approved at the Dec. 7, 2017 session, Legislator Rath secured a significant investment for the community.

December 2017 Column - Law enforcement, emergency services highlight efforts to keep community safe

I first want to start by wishing you all a very Merry Christmas and a wonderful holiday season. My wife, Amy, and I look forward to spending time with our three daughters, who are growing up far too fast, and my family and friends. Please remember to celebrate responsibly, and use caution on the roadways if the weather turns bad. 

Legislator Rath’s Theft of Valor Law clears final hurdle

Erie County Legislator Edward Rath announces that his Erie County Theft of Valor Law has officially become law. Approved by the Legislature and signed by the County Executive, the Theft of Valor Law makes it a crime to impersonate a veteran or member of the military for financial gain. Those found guilty of would face criminal misdemeanor charges and fines.