Thank you for taking the time to visit my Assembly website and learning more about my work on behalf of Orange and Rockland Counties. Having grown up in the Hudson Valley and served in local government, I know how important it is to be available to constituents 24/7 and willing to help with any question or problem – big or small. Do not hesitate to contact me or my office at any time about any issue by calling 845-469-6929 or emailing email@example.com.
You can also use this website to stay apprised of relevant legislation to the district as well as bills that I'm sponsoring and supporting. When I'm not in Albany, I keep a busy schedule meeting and working with constituents, community groups, and local elected officials – you can find out about upcoming events, such as Skoufis on Your Street, or request a meeting through this site as well.
Again, thank you for visiting and thank you for affording me the privilege to serve you.
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Skoufis Bill Would Unmask Anonymous Political Attack Ads
Assemblyman James Skoufis (D-Woodbury) announced that he introduced legislation requiring the disclosure of people and organizations funding political communications (A.8816). The bill prohibits anonymous political attack ads...
Assemblyman Skoufis is Fighting to Help Expand New York’s Organ Donor List
Assemblyman James Skoufis (D-Woodbury) announced he introduced legislation he authored to allow New Yorkers to become registered organ donors when applying or re-applying for hunting, fishing and trapping licenses in person or electronically...
Skoufis Announces Withdrawal of KJ Lawsuit vs. Woodbury
Pursuant to the concessions Assemblyman James Skoufis secured from Kiryas Joel in August, the village has formally dropped its six-year lawsuit challenging Woodbury’s comprehensive plan. Kiryas Joel filed the withdrawal on Thursday, November...
Assemblyman Skoufis’ Bill Protecting Students with Disabilities Signed into Law
Assemblyman James Skoufis (D-Woodbury) announced that legislation he authored to require local school districts ensure that students with disabilities have the opportunity to take part in their high school graduation ceremonies has been signed into...
“Grandparents Scam” Session to Protect Seniors hosted by Assemblyman Skoufis with Attorney General’s Office
Assemblyman James Skoufis (D-Woodbury) partnered with Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman’s office to host an informational session at Monroe-Woodbury High School on phone scams and what students can do to protect their grandparents and other...