NYS Assembly Minority Leader Brian Kolb Invites Constituents To Attend His Seneca County Town Hall Meetings On Saturday, June 23
On Saturday, June 23, Seneca County residents will have an opportunity to speak with New York State Assembly Minority Leader Brian M. Kolb (R,I,C-Canandaigua) and hear directly from him regarding the latest news from Albany including the 2012-13 State Budget, the 2012 Legislative Session and his plans to create more jobs and build New York’s “innovation economy.”
Leader Kolb’s Seneca County Town Hall meetings are scheduled for Saturday, June 23 at the following times and locations:
- 10:00-10:30 a.m. – Lodi Town Hall Meeting, Lodi Town Hall, 8440 Main St., Lodi;
- 11:00-11:30 a.m. – Varick Town Hall Meeting, Varick Town Hall, 4782 State Rte. 96, Romulus;
- 12:00-12:30 p.m. – Tyre Town Hall Meeting, Magee Fire Dept., 1807 Rte. 318, Seneca Falls; and
- 1:00-1:30 p.m. – Waterloo Town Hall Meeting, Waterloo Town Hall, 66 Virginia St., Waterloo
“Town Hall meetings are a terrific way to stay in touch and let constituents know the real progress we are making in Albany. We are finally beginning to change the direction of New York by controlling spending, rightsizing government and removing barriers to job creation and economic development. We’re not there yet, but things are getting better,” Leader Kolb said.
Leader Kolb conducts frequent Town Hall meetings throughout his Assembly District and, earlier this year, held a series of Town Hall forums across Ontario County.
“I believe that communication works best when it’s a two-way street – in addition to updating my constituents as to what Albany is doing, I make it a priority to always listen closely to their concerns as well. In fact, many of the excellent ideas and suggestions I hear at my Town Hall meetings serve as the basis for legislation I sponsor in the Assembly. I plan on sharing my ideas for how we can build New York’s innovation economy and provide an update as to the successes of our 2012 Session during these Seneca County Town Hall meetings, and I encourage area residents to attend one of these upcoming forums,” Leader Kolb concluded.