When the stateís $10 billion deficit threatened to close the doors to our senior centers,
Assemblyman William Colton fought back.
He knows that now, more than ever, older
New Yorkers look to senior centers for nutritious meals, health and wellness activities, and
social events. Thatís why he voted in favor of a state budget that restores $25 million
to New York City senior centers, preserving the resources seniors depend on to continue leading happy,