Massapequa Park residents had the chance to meet one-on-one with State Senator Charles J. Fuschillo, Jr. (8th Senate District) and Assemblyman Joseph Saladino (12th Assembly District) at Massapequa Park Village Hall as part of the Senator’s mobile office hours program.
"People deserve to have the chance to speak directly with their elected representatives to share their thoughts and concerns. This was a wonderful way to meet with constituents and talk about the issues they feel are important," said Senator Fuschillo
Senator Fuschillo and Assemblyman Saladino spoke individually with village residents about a number of important issues, including property tax relief, the record amounts of school aid they secured for local school districts, and a new plan they are supporting to eliminate residential school property taxes on primary residences.
The two state legislators also reaffirmed their support for requiring individuals applying for a New York State driver license to have a valid social security number.
Residents who were unable to attend Senator Fuschillo’s mobile office hours but have an issue they would like to discuss with him can call his office at 516-546-4100 or email him using the link below.
Photo caption: Senator Fuschillo (right) and Assemblyman Saladino (left) speak with a constituent during mobile office hours at Massapequa Park Village Hall. The two state legislators discussed issues such as property tax relief, school aid, school tax reform, and their opposition to Governor Spitzer’s plan to allow individuals without social security numbers to obtain New York State driver licenses.
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