Last week I also launched the first-ever 25th Senate District Chinese-language hotline, a service that allows Mandarin and Cantonese-speaking constituents to contact my office directly with their concerns.Constituents can access the hotline by calling 917-254-3138 from 10 AM to 6 PM, Monday-Friday.
My staff and I handed out thousands of the first-ever 25th Senate District Parent Resource Guides on the first day of school last month. My guide offers parents and educators a comprehensive list of government, civic and educational resources available in the 25th Senate district. I am happy to offer this to my constituents, and eager for input and feedback on how we can improve future editions. I hope it is helpful, and please contact my office to receive your own copy.
Full Line Review Called for by Senator Identifies Solutions for Delay-Plagued Line
New York, NY – State Senator Daniel Squadron and the MTA today announced the release of the full line review of the F Train that the Senator called for this summer. The comprehensive 25-page report details serious problems on the F Line, and offers strategies for improvement. Senator Squadron praised the MTA for its responsiveness in studying the line and pledged to work with New York City Transit and F train riders to implement solutions to improve service on the line.
On October 7th, Senator Squadron hosted a conference call to give an update on the goals and priorities outlined at the first-ever 25th District Community Convention held in March. The discussion focused on Education, School Overcrowding, and the Role of Parents, Election Access and Participation, Ethics, Rules, and Campaign Finance Reform, Emergency Preparedness and Marriage Equality and LGBT Civil Rights.
The call was the third in a series of community convention update calls, all of which are open to the public.
Senator’s Hotline Makes Office More Accessible to Non English-Speaking Constituents
New York, NY – State Senator Daniel Squadron joined with Chinatown leaders today to announce the opening of a new Chinese-language hotline for his office. The hotline will give Mandarin and Cantonese-speaking residents of the 25th district an opportunity to access the Senator’s office more directly and conveniently.
State Senator Daniel Squadron emailed us to say he joined with parents, educators and other community members for a Back-to-School forum last month, to discuss education and local schools, highlighting challenges and priorities for this school year.
He also launched a month-long series of community conference calls to follow up on the first-ever 25th Senate District Community Convention he hosted in March.
Daniel Squadron didn’t bring Albany to a standstill for over a month, nor has he ever been arrested for domestic violence, but he nevertheless was one of the state senators making news this year in one of the most turbulent sessions in the Capitol’s history.
On September 30th, Senator Squadron hosted a conference call to give an update on the goals and priorities outlined at the first-ever 25th District Community Convention held in March. The discussion focused on Quality of Life, Nightlife, Public Safety, and Construction; Zoning, Neighborhood Preservation, and Community Development; Jobs, Workers' Rights, and Economic Development; and Criminal Justice and Civil Rights.