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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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Statement from Legislator Rath regarding vote to oppose Conditional Release program

Erie County Legislator Edward Rath has released the following statement with regard to his vote against a local law to reinstate the county’s conditional release program.

Legislator Rath reminds residents that Haz Waste Collection Event is Saturday, May 9

Erie County Legislator Ed Rath announces that a Hazardous Waste Drop-off Event will be held from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, May 9 at the Erie Community College’s North Campus. Attendees are asked to enter from Wehrle Drive and follow the posted signs to the drop-off location.

Legislator Rath delivers educational art kits to Akron & Clarence middle schools

Thanks to a partnership between Albright Knox Art Gallery and Erie County, thousands of educational art kits are being delivered to local middle schools. On Monday, April 27, Erie County Legislator Edward Rath joined administrators at Akron and Clarence middle schools to distribute the kits to students. 

Legislator Rath support for Common Core Parental Refusal Act

The Erie County Legislature unanimously passed a resolution on April 16 sponsored by Majority Leader Joseph Lorigo, Legislator Edward A. Rath, III and Legislator Ted Morton voicing support for the Common Core Parental Refusal Act.

Legislator Rath opposes Governor’s plan to throw more funds into failing Start-Up NY initiative

Members of the Erie County Legislature approved a resolution at the Thursday, April 16, 2015 session opposing Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s plan to transfer additional funding into the disappointing Start-Up NY program. Based on the program’s extremely poor results, a majority of Legislators (9-2) oppose the proposed plan.