State Sen. Joseph Addabbo (D-Howard Beach) announced he is holding mobile office hours in Sept. and Oct. to give meet his constituents and hear the issues that concern them. The Senator will hold office hours on Monday or Thursday evenings at several Queens Library locations around his district between 5:30 and 7p.m.
The locations and dates include:
Monday, Sept. 24, Queens Library at North Forest Park, 98-27 Metropolitan Ave.
Thursday, Sept. 27, Queens Library at Ozone Park, 92-34 Rockaway Blvd.
Monday, Oct. 1, Queens Library at Glendale, 78-60 73rd Pl.
Thursday, Oct. 4, Queens Library at Maspeth, 69-70 Grand Ave.
Thursday, Oct. 11, Queens Library at Forest Hills, 108-19 71st Ave.
Monday, Oct. 15, Queens Library at Ridgewood, 20-12 Madison St.
Monday, Oct. 22, Queens Library at Middle Village, 72-31 Metropolitan Ave.
Monday, Oct. 29, Queens Library at Woodhaven, 85-41 Forest Parkway
“Many of my constituents might be unable to visit my district offices during the day Monday through Friday. The time I am spending at mobile office hours on Monday and Thursday evenings around the district gives them an opportunity to see me in their own neighborhoods without making an appointment, so I may personally address their concerns,” said Addabbo.
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