Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Senator Rivera Reminds Constituents That They Still Have Representation in the Legislature

  With the resignation of 86th A.D. Assemblyman Nelson Castro State Senator Gustavo Rivera wants to remind people in the 86th A.D. the following.

    In light of Governor Cuomo's decision to not hold a special election for the Bronx Assembly seat, Senator Gustavo Rivera wants to reassure constituents that he is committed to serving the community and his office is available to those in need of assistance.

"I want to assure all of my constituents that they have the full resources of my office at their disposal to address any concerns that may arise," said Senator Gustavo Rivera. "While it is unfortunate that the Governor's decision will leave the community without representation in the Assembly for seven months, that does not mean that they are without resources or representation."

Senator Rivera encourages all constituents that had a case pending with former Assemblyman Nelson Castro's office to please contact his office.

"I have experienced firsthand the consequences that develop in a community which has lost faith in the system. I will work tirelessly to rebuild that trust and ensure that all constituents are receiving the representation they deserve," said Senator Rivera.

Senator Rivera's office holds constituent service hours from Monday through Thursday from 12 p.m.  to 4 p.m. at 2432 Grand Concourse, Suite 506, Bronx, NY 10458 (across the street from the old Lowe's Paradise Theater). For more information, you can call Senator Rivera's office at 718-933-2034.

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