Queens, NY, November 8, 2010 – With Election Day over, along with the mailers, phone calls and commercials, State Senator Joseph Addabbo says it’s time to focus on restoring faith back to the residents that their state government will be responsive to their concerns. “Elected officials have a lot of work to do in making people know that their state legislature can operate in a professional and responsible manner.” The Senator understands that this will not be an easy task given the general frustration amongst the public and the previous dysfunction in Albany.
Queens, NY, January 9, 2012 – NYS Senator Joseph P. Addabbo, Jr. (D-Queens), reports to his constituents that while the legislative session that ended last June was very successful, there is still much work left to be done in Albany and that is why the senator believes that he and the rest of the state legislators will return there to finish urgent business in 2012. Addabbo believes the state legislature needs to deal with some important priorities this year.
Queens, NY (May 19, 2015): As part of his free community events calendar for 2015, NYS Senator Joseph P. Addabbo, Jr. will continue meeting with his constituents at public libraries throughout the district in the coming weeks, with the next group of these special mobile office hours beginning on May 28th.
“I look forward to meeting with my constituents from throughout the district at these mobile office hour events, which I always try to hold in the evenings to make it easier for working people to participate,” said Addabbo. “I encourage local residents to come out and take advantage of these neighborhood meetings at our local libraries. Bring your questions and concerns, and we’ll work together to address them!”
“Frankie Flora’s Law” Would Require Owners to Pay Medical Bills of VictimsQueens, NY (June 16, 2015): NYS Senator Joseph P. Addabbo, Jr. recently joined at a State Capitol press conference with Frankie Flora – an 11-year-old boy who was badly mauled by a pit bull in 2009 – to call for the passage of his legislation (S.2494/A.6210) which would hold dog owners legally accountable if their animals seriously injure other people or pets. Specifically, owners would be required to pay the medical bills of both human and companion animal victims of dog bites, even if it is a first incident.