Assemblyman Goldfeder Announces Summer Mobile Office Hours

Hamilton Beach, Queens – Assemblyman Phil Goldfeder (D – Hamilton Beach) is taking his show on the road. Next month, the Assemblyman will kick off his annual summer mobile office tour of neighborhoods across southern Queens and Rockaway. The tour will include stops at local businesses, senior centers, and popular neighborhood parks in an effort to provide families with the opportunity to meet with Assemblyman Goldfeder and discuss concerns in the community.

 

“Every day, my staff and I work very hard to be accountable to the community and assist in any problem large or small,” said Assemblyman Phil Goldfeder. “Holding mobile office hours lets families voice their concerns at times that suit their schedule, and makes government more readily available. I encourage everyone to take advantage of these stops and use the opportunity to address the quality of life concerns affecting their neighborhood.”

 

As in years past, Goldfeder and his staff will set up tables at various locations in the community to provide help to constituents in dealing with government agencies or addressing quality of life concerns. The Assemblyman will also have literature on hand to inform families on topics ranging from city parking regulations and crime prevention tips; to voter registration forms and civics information for area students. The tour will include the following stops:

  • Bayswater: July 6th from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. at Young Israel of Wavecrest and Bayswater, 27-16 Healy Avenue.
  • Lindenwood: July 21st from 3 p.m. – 6 p.m. at the Lindenwood Shopping Center, 82-35 153rd Avenue.
  • Hamilton Beach: July 26th from 4 p.m. – 7 p.m. at the West Hamilton Beach Volunteer Fire Department, 102-33 Davenport Court.
  • Far Rockaway: August 1st from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. at JASA – Brookdale Village Senior Center, 131 Beach 19th Street.
  • Breezy Point: August 2nd from 5 p.m. – 8 p.m. at the entrance to the Annual Shareholders Meeting, Breezy Point baseball fields.
  • Broad Channel: August 17th from 3 p.m. – 6 p.m. at the All-American Channel Market, 925 Cross Bay Boulevard.
  • Ozone Park: August 23rd from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. at the Centreville Playground, Albert Road and Centreville Street.

 

In addition to these locations, Goldfeder continues to welcome constituents to visit his Rockaway Beach district office at 95-16 Rockaway Beach Boulevard and his Howard Beach district office at 162-38 Cross Bay Boulevard.

 

This year’s tour comes shortly after major victories for Goldfeder in the New York State Assembly. This year’s session saw the adoption of a new law aimed at combating so-called zombie properties that have plagued communities across the state in recent years, many stemming from the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy. And, in what amounted to the Assemblyman’s last bill in the legislature, a Goldfeder-introduced five-year ban on the dumping of toxic materials into Jamaica Bay passed both houses with overwhelming bipartisan support. The bill now awaits Governor Cuomo’s signature before becoming law.

 

Goldfeder welcomes the opportunity to answer questions about his work on behalf of families in southern Queens and Rockaway, as well as hear what’s on people’s minds.

 

“Whatever the issue, I look forward to meeting with families and working together to building a better future,” concluded Goldfeder.

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Hamilton Beach, Queens – Assemblyman Phil Goldfeder (D – Hamilton Beach) is taking his show on the road. Next month, the Assemblyman will kick off his annual summer mobile office tour of neighborhoods across southern Queens and Rockaway. The tour will include stops at local businesses, senior centers, and popular neighborhood parks in an effort to provide families with the opportunity to meet with Assemblyman Goldfeder and discuss concerns in the community.

 

“Every day, my staff and I work very hard to be accountable to the community and assist in any problem large or small,” said Assemblyman Phil Goldfeder. “Holding mobile office hours lets families voice their concerns at times that suit their schedule, and makes government more readily available. I encourage everyone to take advantage of these stops and use the opportunity to address the quality of life concerns affecting their neighborhood.”

 

As in years past, Goldfeder and his staff will set up tables at various locations in the community to provide help to constituents in dealing with government agencies or addressing quality of life concerns. The Assemblyman will also have literature on hand to inform families on topics ranging from city parking regulations and crime prevention tips; to voter registration forms and civics information for area students. The tour will include the following stops:

  • Bayswater: July 6th from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. at Young Israel of Wavecrest and Bayswater, 27-16 Healy Avenue.
  • Lindenwood: July 21st from 3 p.m. – 6 p.m. at the Lindenwood Shopping Center, 82-35 153rd Avenue.
  • Hamilton Beach: July 26th from 4 p.m. – 7 p.m. at the West Hamilton Beach Volunteer Fire Department, 102-33 Davenport Court.
  • Far Rockaway: August 1st from 10 a.m. – 1 p.m. at JASA – Brookdale Village Senior Center, 131 Beach 19th Street.
  • Breezy Point: August 2nd from 5 p.m. – 8 p.m. at the entrance to the Annual Shareholders Meeting, Breezy Point baseball fields.
  • Broad Channel: August 17th from 3 p.m. – 6 p.m. at the All-American Channel Market, 925 Cross Bay Boulevard.
  • Ozone Park: August 23rd from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. at the Centreville Playground, Albert Road and Centreville Street.

 

In addition to these locations, Goldfeder continues to welcome constituents to visit his Rockaway Beach district office at 95-16 Rockaway Beach Boulevard and his Howard Beach district office at 162-38 Cross Bay Boulevard.

 

This year’s tour comes shortly after major victories for Goldfeder in the New York State Assembly. This year’s session saw the adoption of a new law aimed at combating so-called zombie properties that have plagued communities across the state in recent years, many stemming from the aftermath of Superstorm Sandy. And, in what amounted to the Assemblyman’s last bill in the legislature, a Goldfeder-introduced five-year ban on the dumping of toxic materials into Jamaica Bay passed both houses with overwhelming bipartisan support. The bill now awaits Governor Cuomo’s signature before becoming law.

 

Goldfeder welcomes the opportunity to answer questions about his work on behalf of families in southern Queens and Rockaway, as well as hear what’s on people’s minds.

 

“Whatever the issue, I look forward to meeting with families and working together to building a better future,” concluded Goldfeder.

 

 

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