To better serve constituents, Assemblyman Steve Katz (R,I-Yorktown) is announcing that he will be hosting Mobile Office Hours throughout each of the seven towns within the 99th Assembly District. During the Mobile Office Hours, constituents can walk-in to meet their new assemblyman and share their thoughts and ideas with him personally.
“One of the biggest priorities for me is making sure the needs of the people of Dutchess, Putnam and Westchester counties are met. Part of that involves a lot of hard work on big picture initiatives, such as limiting government spending to help reduce property taxes. Another part involves drafting legislation and representing our views up in Albany. But to me, one of the most crucial parts of this job is making sure the everyday needs of residents, businesses, family farms, and organizations are met,” said the assemblyman.
Assemblyman Katz continued, “That’s why I want to come to you. Holding Mobile Office Hours makes it more convenient for you to get your needs met, or simply come on in and spend a few minutes discussing your thoughts and ideas with me. It is very important to me as your new representative that my office provides the best customer service and that I am available to you so that we can make our communities better, safer, more affordable and more enjoyable places to live.”
Although Assemblyman Katz’s temporary District Office in Brewster and Legislative Office in Albany are open every weekday during normal business hours, and he and his staff are constantly traveling throughout the district to attend events and meet with constituents, the assemblyman wanted to make sure he had time in each town when he would be available to casually meet with residents, especially during the evening when more people are home from work.
Throughout the year, the assemblyman will be holding his Mobile Office Hours twice in each of the seven towns from the hours of 4 pm to 7 pm. While Assemblyman Katz plans to attend each session personally, he also will have his local community liaison on hand in case he is delayed or is detained in Albany for legislative or budgetary proceedings. In most cases, the Mobile Office Hours will be held at the town hall, although more specific details about each event will be announced prior to the individual event.
For any questions regarding his Mobile Office Hours, to schedule a personal appointment in the assemblyman’s office, or for any other assistance, please do not hesitate to contact his temporary office in Brewster by calling 845-279-5301 or e-mailing him at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Editor’s Note: Below, please find Assemblyman Steve Katz’s 2011 Mobile Office Hours Schedule.
Wednesday, February 16: Pawling Town Hall (160 Charles Colmar Boulevard in Pawling) from 4-7pm
Wednesday, February 23: Yorktown Town Hall (363 Underhill Ave in Yorktown Heights) from 4-7pm
Monday, March 21: Southeast Town Hall (1360 Route 22 in Brewster) from 4-7pm
Thursday, March 24: Somers Town Hall (335 Route 202 in Somers) from 4-7pm
Wednesday, April 13: North Salem Town Hall (266 Titicus Road in North Salem) from 4-7pm
Thursday, April 21: Carmel Town Hall (60 McAlpin Avenue in Mahopac) from 4-7pm
Wednesday, May 18: Patterson Town Hall (1142 Route 311 in Patterson) from 4-7pm
Wednesday, June 8: Yorktown Town Hall (363 Underhill Ave in Yorktown Heights) from 4-7pm
Wednesday, September 7: Pawling Town Hall (160 Charles Colmar Boulevard in Pawling) from 4-7pm
Thursday, September 22: Somers Town Hall (335 Route 202 in Somers) from 4-7pm
Wednesday, October 12: North Salem Town Hall (266 Titicus Road in North Salem) from 4-7pm
Thursday, October 13: Carmel Town Hall (60 McAlpin Avenue in Mahopac) from 4-7pm
Monday, November 14: Southeast Old Town Hall (67 Main Street in Brewster) from 4-7pm
Wednesday, December 7: Patterson Town Hall (1142 Route 311 in Patterson) from 4-7pm