Assemblywoman Galef to retire at end of year

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Democratic Assemblywoman Sandy Galef. Photo provided.

OSSINING – Democratic Assemblywoman Sandy Galef, who represents the 95th Assembly District is retiring at the end of 2022.  The 82-year-old widow was first elected to the Assembly in 1992, Galef represents parts of Northern Westchester, including Peekskill, Cortlandt, Croton-on-Hudson, Ossining, and parts of Yorktown, and the Putnam County municipalities of Philipstown, Kent, Cold Spring, and Nelsonville.

Prior to serving in Albany, Galef was a Westchester County legislator for 13 years.

Assemblywoman Galef currently chairs the Assembly’s Real Property Tax Committee and serves as a member of the Corporations, Authorities, and Commissions Committee; the Election Law Committee; the Governmental Operations Committee; and the Health Committee. Galef also serves on the Assembly Majority Steering Committee and the Hudson Valley Greenway Communities Council.

In her December 15 announcement, Galef said in part, “I want to say thank you to my constituents and other residents throughout Westchester and Putnam for giving me the opportunity to be in elected office and to represent you in Albany.”