Serino, Gibson to share constituent office


Serino and Gibson to open joint office

HYDE PARK – State Senator Susan Serino (R, 41) and Congressman Christopher Gibson (R, 19) announced Friday that they will be opening a joint office where their constituents can come and meet with them and their staffs about issues concerning both the state and federal levels.
The lawmakers made the announcement at a ceremonial swearing in for Serino’s first term in Albany held in the Henry Wallace Center at the FDR Library of Hyde Park.
Serino said that since they are in agreement with many of the same issues and their districts intersect, the joint office will be valuable.
“This is the southern part of his district, Hyde Park, and this is where I live, so we are going to have an office together here; working with both county executives is going to be amazing,” she said. “We are going to get so much accomplished and with all of the officials throughout Dutchess and Pu
Gibson is equally excited about the joint effort.
“Our constituents will be able to come in and we will be able to advance their concerns and to fight for them in case work, both federal and statewide,” he said.
Among the issues Serino and Gibson will be collaborating on will be job formation, tax reform, economic development, infrastructure improvements, Lyme disease and the heroin epidemic.
Serino held a similar ceremonial swearing in days ago for the Putnam County portion of her district. 

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