SENATOR BALL TO KICKOFF TOWN TOUR

 

     

    Brewster, N.Y. – (7/16/12) – Senator Greg Ball (R,C-Patterson), will be kicking off his town hall tour this week in Yorktown Heights. The tour is designed to provide communities with an update following this year’s legislative session.

    Senator Greg Ball will provide an update on issues including the recently passed property tax cap, balanced New York State budget, MTA Tax Repeal, job creation initiatives, lowest middle class tax rate, and also issues affecting seniors, women, children and animals. Residents and local elected officials are also encouraged to ask questions about issues facing New York or affecting their communities.

    “I’m visiting with my constituents and fellow elected officials to hear their concerns and listen to their feedback. I remain totally focused on limiting government, cutting taxes and creating good, local, high paying jobs by finishing the good things I have started, in partnership with my Senate colleagues and Governor Cuomo,” said Senator Greg Ball. “It is critically important for me to regularly meet with the local leadership in my rather large district to develop concrete goals moving into the next legislative session. I am here to help in absolutely anyway I can, and I mean that from the bottom of my heart. By working with Governor Cuomo, in a bipartisan and effective fashion, we have accomplished great things such as cutting taxes for the middle class, repealing the MTA Payroll Tax, capping property taxes and passing responsible, on time and balanced budgets. That said, there is much more to be done to open New York State to business and get this state back on track for taxpayers, seniors, small business owners and working families!”

    The tour, which will kick off on Tuesday at 6 P.M. at Legacy Field in Yorktown Heights, will make stops in most towns and villages in the Senator’s 40th District. After Yorktown the tour will make a stop at the Beekman Town Hall on July 25th with additional locations and dates to be announced shortly.

     

    For more information or to speak with Senator Ball, please contact Joe Bachmeier at 845-531-9796.

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