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Edward A. Rath III

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Buffalo, N.Y. 14202

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Legislator Rath announces reconstruction of Goodrich Road from Black Creek to Lapp Road

Erie County Legislator Edward Rath announces that beginning Friday, April 1, crews will be working on Goodrich Road from the Black Creek Bridge south to Lapp Road in Clarence. Local traffic will have access to their residences but thru traffic is asked to follow the posted detour.

Kidney Disease Awareness Month declared in Erie County

Erie County marked Kidney Disease Awareness Month for the first time this past month. Through a resolution sponsored by Legislator Edward Rath and Legislator Ted Morton, March was proclaimed Kidney Disease Awareness Month in perpetuity.

March 2016 Column - Concerns raised by local contractors as county nears groundbreaking for ECC’s new STEM Building

The new STEM (Science Technology Engineering and Mathematics) Building at Erie Community College’s North Campus in Amherst didn’t come easy. However, groundbreaking is fast approaching for this new addition to the North Campus. This upgrade is long overdue, in fact it’s the first new structure at the campus in more than 50 years. At 57,000-square-feet and costing an estimated $35 million, this is a significant investment by New York State, Erie County and ECC.

Erie County calls on Albany to repeal law that has withheld billions in school aid

Erie County Legislator Edward Rath announces that the Erie County Legislature unanimously approved a resolution he sponsored calling for the repeal of the State’s Gap Elimination Adjustment Law that has caused a large financial burden for school districts the past six years. The law, which was passed in 2010, withheld aid to school districts to help close New York State’s multi-billion dollar deficit. As a result, the quality of local education has been affected.

Valentines for Veterans thanks local heroes

Erie County Legislator Edward Rath is pleased to announce that he is once again partnering with local schools for the annual Valentines for Veterans program. In its sixth year, the program has delivered thousands of cards to local veterans and servicemen and women to thank them for their service and let them know they are remembered this holiday.