As a lifelong resident of Western New York, it is my honor and privilege to serve as your Assemblyman. I have greatly enjoyed meeting with and responding to the concerns of our communities in Genesee, Monroe and Orleans counties.
By using my official Assembly website, you can learn more about the legislation I am sponsoring and support as well as view informative news releases, opinion articles, and publications by my office regarding many local and state issues. These include tax reform, supporting agriculture, strengthening our economy and enhancing education. Please feel free to let me know your thoughts on issues that affect your lives.
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Hawley Issues Statement on Passage of the NYS Budget
“After a long, exhaustive budget process, we have finally come to the end of the road. I am pleased that we have increased funding to repair our roads, bridges and highways and provided resources for a slew of capital projects across upstate....
Hawley Announces April Office Hours
Assemblyman Steve Hawley (R,C,I-Batavia) is holding the next round of office hours for Genesee and Monroe county residents starting this Wednesday. The office hours will be attended by Hawley’s staff. The 139th Assembly District, represented by...
Hawley Announces 2nd Annual Free Electronic Recycling Event This Saturday in Batavia
Assemblyman Steve Hawley (R,C,I-Batavia) today announced that he will be hosting a free electronic recycling event at the parking lot of 5130 E. Main Street in Batavia next to National Grid this Saturday, April 8. The event, in conjunction with...
Hawley Rips Late Budget, Extender as Utter Failure
“This nearly 2,000 page budget extender serves as a microcosm of the dysfunction, secrecy and incompetence in Albany’s budget process. We have been kept mostly in the dark for days and now are expected to vote on an almost 2,000 page budget extender...
Hawley Issues Budget Update from Albany, Downstate Special Interests, Gov. Potentially Cost Taxpayers Hundreds of Thousands By Delaying Final Agreement
“It is unconscionable that an agreement, which state leaders have had months to negotiate, must wait until the absolute last minute year after year, leaving the public and legislators in the dark.” “In keeping all 213 state legislators in...