Assemblyman Steven Cymbrowitz

Assemblyman Steven Cymbrowitz Assemblyman for Brooklyn’s 45th Assembly District, which includes parts of Sheepshead Bay, Gravesend, Manhattan Beach, Midwood, and Brighton Beach.

Steven H. Cymbrowitz represents the 45th Assembly District in Brooklyn as a full-time Assemblyman. He was first elected to the Assembly in November 2000. Assemblyman Cymbrowitz' district includes parts of the following communities: Sheepshead Bay, Midwood, Manhattan Beach, Gravesend and Brighton Beach. Preparing himself for public service, Assemblyman Cymbrowitz earned a bachelor's degree from C.W. Post College, a master’s degree in social work (MSW) from Adelphi University and a law degree from Brooklyn Law School. Assemblyman Cymbrowitz has worked to improve housing and protect neighborhoods throughout his professional career. He began his community work in Brighton Beach where he organized the businesses to assure the survival of the shopping strip and provided the technical assistance that led to the creation of neighborhood groups. After several years of grassroots community work, Assemblyman Cymbrowitz assumed leadership positions including Executive Director of the North Brooklyn Development Corporation, Director of Housing and Community Development for the Metropolitan New York Coordinating Council on Jewish Poverty, Assistant Commissioner of the Division of Homeless Housing Development for the New York City Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD), Assistant Commissioner of the Division of Housing Production and Finance for HPD and Deputy Commissioner of Development at HPD. Assemblyman Cymbrowitz also served as the New York City Housing Authority's Director of Intergovernmental Relations. In this capacity, he was responsible for developing the Housing Authority's legislative initiative and worked closely with elected officials in both Albany and New York City. Assemblyman Cymbrowitz, representing a shorefront community, has been in the forefront of issues involving safeguarding his district from natural disasters. His efforts prompted New York City to greatly improve its Evacuation Plan. He has also held hearings on protecting Sheepshead Bay to focus attention on this beautiful and sensitive natural resource. Assemblyman Cymbrowitz channels his concern for the health of New Yorkers into both his work on the Health Committee and activities in his own district including regular free health screenings, health seminars and health fairs. He was the catalyst responsible for Maimonides Medical Center opening Brooklyn’s first and only Cancer Center. Assemblyman Cymbrowitz prides himself on having an effective district office. Hundreds of constituents turn to the Sheepshead Bay office, each year, to ask questions, give opinions and get help with community and personal problems. The office staff includes a bilingual aide to assist Russian-speaking constituents with problems and answer their questions. Assemblyman Cymbrowitz also operates a “mobile office” that regularly reaches out to constituents at various locations in his district. Communicating with his constituents is high on Assemblyman Cymbrowitz’ agenda. Assemblyman Cymbrowitz stays in touch with his constituents through community meetings, as well as sending out newsletters (both paper and email) and other mailings on important topics, and appearing on local radio and television programs. Assemblyman Cymbrowitz is the Chair of the Assembly’s Committee on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse, and a member of the following Standing Committees: Codes; Environmental Conservation; Health; Insurance; Steering. Assemblyman Cymbrowitz and his wife Vilma reside in Brighton Beach.

As we celebrate the joyous holiday of Purim, let's remember the victory over oppression that inspired it and the unity a...
02/25/2021

As we celebrate the joyous holiday of Purim, let's remember the victory over oppression that inspired it and the unity and hope that continue to sustain us. A freilichin Purim to all!

02/23/2021
02/22/2021
02/20/2021

Though the post office is a federal and not a state entity, my office has received many calls from Bay Station customers who expressed concern about their mail since the recent fire. I was determined to get answers for neighbors. This afternoon USPS told us that all mail delivery was resumed out of the Bay Station facility yesterday. P.O. Box customers can retrieve their mail from the back of the facility from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday - Friday and 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday. Customers will need to bring proper ID.

To all who celebrate the Lunar New Year, I wish you health, happiness and prosperity in the coming year. Gung hay fat ch...
02/12/2021

To all who celebrate the Lunar New Year, I wish you health, happiness and prosperity in the coming year. Gung hay fat choy!

With our community’s COVID positivity rate well above the city average, it’s important that we all get tested. I’m proud...
02/07/2021

With our community’s COVID positivity rate well above the city average, it’s important that we all get tested. I’m proud to join my community partners in sponsoring a week-long mobile testing site at the corner of Sheepshead Bay Road and Emmons Avenue. The van will be there Feb. 8 -14 from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Both PCR and rapid testing will be available. Stop by!

At 11 a.m., you can watch the joint legislative budget hearing on housing on Channel 116 (Optimum), Channel 229 (Spectru...
02/02/2021
Assembly Video | New York State Assembly

At 11 a.m., you can watch the joint legislative budget hearing on housing on Channel 116 (Optimum), Channel 229 (Spectrum) or on the Assembly website at https://nyassembly.gov/av/. As Assembly Housing Committee Chair I'll be questioning New York State Homes and Community Renewal and housing advocacy groups about the potential impact of the SFY 2021-22 Executive Budget on affordable housing programs. With so many people struggling with rising housing costs, this is a crucially important issue.

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01/30/2021

My office is monitoring an area wide power outage in Manhattan Beach. ConEd's representatives say they have diagnosed the cause of the outage and crews have been dispatched and have been on the ground since 6:30pm. Though they didn't give an estimated restoration time, they said this should be resolved quickly.

Register your cell phone number with ConEd by texting REG to 688243 (OUTAGE). They will ask to confirm zip and account number. That way you can report outages by texting OUT and check status by texting STATUS. It automatically alerts ConEd about the outage and saves you a call and battery life in case of an outage.

You have until this Monday, 2/1, to apply for the COVID Rent Relief Program, which was created to help tenants & landlor...
01/28/2021
Homes and Community Renewal Home Page

You have until this Monday, 2/1, to apply for the COVID Rent Relief Program, which was created to help tenants & landlords face the enormous financial challenges caused by the pandemic. Apply at hcr.ny.gov

COVID Rent Relief Program application period is open Dec. 18 through Feb. 1, 2021. Previous applicants do not need to reapply. More Information Español | 中國 - 傳統 | Русский | Kreyòl ayisyen | 한국어 | বাংলা

Today, on the eve of International Holocaust Remembrance Day, I was proud to speak during our Assembly session about my ...
01/26/2021

Today, on the eve of International Holocaust Remembrance Day, I was proud to speak during our Assembly session about my co-sponsorship of New York State’s Holocaust Remembrance Day Resolution. With fewer and fewer survivors left to bear witness, it is so important that we take on the responsibility of talking about the Holocaust and teaching our children not to remain silent in the face of bigotry, oppression and injustice. In honor of my parents Sam and Sonia Cymbrowitz z”l, all survivors and the six million Jews who were murdered by the N***s, we say: Never Again. Thank you to my colleague Assemblymember Nily Rozic for introducing the resolution.

You can read my remarks here:

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1gZhcOvvbS4wDsRnplgjOvqCmnHNcWPQZrKpIvEyzzzI/edit

Tonight I had the opportunity to testify at CB 13’s public hearing regarding the homeless shelter for 170 men that the c...
01/21/2021
100 Neptune Ave Testimony

Tonight I had the opportunity to testify at CB 13’s public hearing regarding the homeless shelter for 170 men that the city wants to open at 100 Neptune Avenue. I strongly oppose this plan.

As Chair of the Assembly Housing Committee, and someone who’s been in the affordable and homeless housing field for more than three decades, I know that congregate shelters like the one planned for Brighton Beach do not work. Only permanent, supportive housing can effectively address our city’s homelessness crisis.

You can read my full testimony here:

https://docs.google.com/document/d/143YNJTWbCndg_T0FrwG_L2qIiNFNW9mLBbIiTlclGbk/edit?usp=sharing

Good evening and thank you for the opportunity to speak on this very important issue. Let me begin by simply saying I do not support this plan. The shelter that the city is planning for 100 Neptune Avenue is part of its Turning the Tide program. It was launched in February 2017 with the goal of r...

01/20/2021

Today our nation moves forward with hope to tackle the many issues confronting us and to begin healing the painful divisions that only do us harm. As President Biden reminded us in his inaugural address, we have a duty to uphold the ideals of the democracy that our nation’s founders so carefully crafted. Congratulations to President Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris as we begin this great journey together.

There are still two hours left in our blood drive. Come on down!
01/17/2021

There are still two hours left in our blood drive. Come on down!

I was pleased to meet with the new Commanding Officer of the 61st Precinct, Captain Derby St. Fort. I'm proud of the rel...
01/15/2021

I was pleased to meet with the new Commanding Officer of the 61st Precinct, Captain Derby St. Fort. I'm proud of the relationship and trust that our community has in the law enforcement personnel who serve and protect us, and I look forward to working with Capt. St. Fort to address our community's ongoing needs.

01/15/2021
Donor Portal - New York Blood Center

I’m sponsoring a blood drive this Sunday, January 17th, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., at the Sephardic Community Center, 1901 Ocean Parkway. NYC is experiencing a blood shortage due to COVID and we need your help.

To make an appointment, go to https://donate.nybc.org/donor/schedules/drive_schedule/287131. Masks are required and safety guidelines will be strictly enforced.

Thank you to the New York Blood Center and the Sephardic Community Center for partnering with me in this important initiative!

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01/12/2021
01/12/2021

@NYGovCuomo has once again proposed converting vacant commercial space to supportive and affordable housing. The Assembly Housing Committee has been exploring this idea and we heard testimony in December from the affordable housing community on using vacant office and hotel spaces to create affordable rental and homeownership opportunities.

NY’s reopened COVID Rent Relief Program is accepting applications through 2/1 and households no longer need to have been...
01/12/2021

NY’s reopened COVID Rent Relief Program is accepting applications through 2/1 and households no longer need to have been rent-burdened prior to the pandemic to qualify. The program was created by the Legislature to help tenants and landlords face the enormous financial challenges caused by COVID-19. Applications are available on the COVID Rent Relief Program portal on HCR’s website here: https://hcr.ny.gov/rrp.

New York City is experiencing a critical blood shortage. To address this dangerous situation, I am sponsoring a blood dr...
01/12/2021

New York City is experiencing a critical blood shortage. To address this dangerous situation, I am sponsoring a blood drive this Sunday, January 17th, 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., at the Sephardic Community Center, 1901 Ocean Parkway. To make an appointment, go to https://donate.nybc.org/donor/schedules/drive_schedule/287131.
Thank you to the New York Blood Center and the Sephardic Community Center for partnering with me in this important initiative!

01/07/2021

Thank you to Speaker Heastie for reappointing me Chair of the Assembly Housing Committee. I look forward to continuing to advance legislation that will help provide safe, affordable, and accessible housing to millions of New Yorkers.

I was proud to take the oath of office virtually as we began our Legislative session.
01/06/2021

I was proud to take the oath of office virtually as we began our Legislative session.

As we begin the new Legislative session today, I look forward to serving you and addressing the many important issues co...
01/06/2021

As we begin the new Legislative session today, I look forward to serving you and addressing the many important issues confronting us in our community and across New York State.

I wrote to Mayor de Blasio to express my concerns about the proposed homeless shelter for 100 Neptune Avenue in Brighton...
01/04/2021

I wrote to Mayor de Blasio to express my concerns about the proposed homeless shelter for 100 Neptune Avenue in Brighton Beach.

In this year of unprecedented challenges and devastating losses, we have somehow endured both personally and as a commun...
12/31/2020

In this year of unprecedented challenges and devastating losses, we have somehow endured both personally and as a community. For many, 2020 has had some upsides: more time with family, less time in rush-hour traffic, and new hobbies like baking, chess and gardening. Once again we've learned that hardship teaches meaningful lessons about strength, compassion and resilience. Here's to a happy, safe and healthy 2021. Looking forward to seeing everyone in person once again!

12/30/2020

Sheepshead Bay, Manhattan Beach & Brighton Beach (11235) currently have the highest COVID positivity rate in all of New York City at 14.51%. Midwood (11230) & Gravesend (11223) are both over 12%. Please wear a mask and stay home whenever possible. Do the right thing for you and your neighbors.

Happy 100th birthday to my constituent Boris Feldman! Boris has led a remarkable life, one distinguished by acts of hero...
12/30/2020

Happy 100th birthday to my constituent Boris Feldman! Boris has led a remarkable life, one distinguished by acts of heroism to save his fellow Jews during World War II and service to his country and community throughout his life. Two years ago, I was proud to present Boris with an Assembly Proclamation celebrating his 98th birthday. This year I prepared another proclamation to honor him on his centennial and I look forward to presenting it to him when it's safe to do so. Happy 100th, Boris!

12/29/2020
Assemblyman Cymbrowitz Speaks on Emergency Eviction & Foreclosure Protection Act

As Chair of the Assembly Housing Committee, I spoke on legislation I co-sponsored (A.11181) to enact emergency eviction and foreclosure protections so that tenants and small homeowners can stay in their homes and apartments this winter as we continue to battle the COVID pandemic. I’m pleased that Gov. Cuomo signed the legislation last night.

No New Yorker should ever be forced out of their home, especially not during a global pandemic. The Emergency Eviction a...
12/29/2020

No New Yorker should ever be forced out of their home, especially not during a global pandemic. The Emergency Eviction and Foreclosure Prevention Act of 2020, which I proudly co-sponsored as Chair of the Assembly Housing Committee, will put a temporary stay on evictions and foreclosures, providing meaningful emergency relief to tenants and small homeowners.

To all who celebrate, I wish you and your loved ones a happy and healthy Kwanzaa!
12/27/2020

To all who celebrate, I wish you and your loved ones a happy and healthy Kwanzaa!

To all who celebrate, I wish you a healthy, happy and safe Christmas!
12/24/2020

To all who celebrate, I wish you a healthy, happy and safe Christmas!

NY's COVID Rent Relief Program, which was created through legislation I sponsored with Sen. Brian Kavanagh, reopens toda...
12/18/2020
COVID Rent Relief Extension Program

NY's COVID Rent Relief Program, which was created through legislation I sponsored with Sen. Brian Kavanagh, reopens today, Friday, 12/18 with expanded eligibility criteria. Households no longer need to have been rent burdened prior to the pandemic to qualify. (Rent burden means paying more than 30 percent of monthly gross income toward rent.) If you applied before, you don't need to reapply. Applications will be accepted through 2/1/2021 at hcr.ny.gov/rrp.

COVID Rent Relief Program application period is open Dec. 18 through Feb. 1, 2021. Previous applicants do not need to reapply. More Information

12/15/2020
As Assembly Housing Committee Chair, I heard testimony today to gather feedback from the affordable housing community on...
12/15/2020

As Assembly Housing Committee Chair, I heard testimony today to gather feedback from the affordable housing community on how best to identify and utilize vacant commercial spaces to meet our communities’ affordable housing needs in a post-COVID landscape. The pandemic has exacerbated affordable housing shortages and housing insecurity in our communities, and has also had a disastrous effect on the commercial rental industry, shuttering office and hotel spaces at rates not seen since the Great Recession. It is imperative that we look at changing market conditions and determine how we can leverage resources, including vacant commercial and hotel spaces, to continue creating the affordable rental and homeownership opportunities our families and communities need. The goal of our hearing was to explore the resources that may be available for this purpose, but also to encourage consideration of the demand for affordable housing as public entities shift their focus and move to dispose of now-vacant properties.

Tonight we begin Hanukkah, the Festival of Lights. Even though our gatherings will be smaller this year and we may not h...
12/10/2020

Tonight we begin Hanukkah, the Festival of Lights. Even though our gatherings will be smaller this year and we may not have the opportunity to share latkes and sufganiyot with all of our friends and relatives, let’s celebrate the spirit of survival that is central to the Hanukkah story and recognize its lesson of eternal hope that continues to resonate in our lives today. Chag Sameach!

Today at 11, I’ll be hearing testimony examining the NYC Housing Authority’s (NYCHA) Blueprint for Change proposals and ...
12/08/2020
Live Coverage | New York State Assembly

Today at 11, I’ll be hearing testimony examining the NYC Housing Authority’s (NYCHA) Blueprint for Change proposals and to learn more about how NYCHA residents, buildings and finances would be affected by these plans. You can watch the public hearing here: https://www.nyassembly.gov/av/live/

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Assemblyman Cymbrowitz, There is a page on facebook that I and many ,many more people would love you to read and hear all the horror stories that we the people are putting up with with Optimum/Cablevision. It is Called Optimum/Cablevision Sucks. and they have to be straighten out with better government laws. They Cablevision, their services are terrible. Changing companies are not any better they all lie when they sell us a plan and so much more . In your spare time please, please see how many people have joined the page and what their complaints are all at once. I already had Lenny trying to help me you can ask him to get a view of what was happening with them. Thanks for listening.
What is your position regarding all of these recorded instances of mass gatherings in Midwood, Williamsburg, and Borough Park, from hasidic communities refusing to cease congregating?
Someone from your team is collecting signatures and canvassing on my block for your re election. In light of our current situation your person should not be entering people homes,collecting signatures using the same pen. It’s irresponsible and puts everyone at risk!! This occurred in Brighton beach by Grady high-school.
Assemblyman Cymbrowitz, according to this article many members of Assembly did not read the how far the bail reform went, that was included in the budget. As your constituent, I would like to know if you read it before voting on it. Thank You for your time.
What are you doing about Bail Reform, you voted for it and it is creating a danger for many people including Domestic Violence victims. #NoBailFail https://www.facebook.com/groups/3508292032576997/?fref=nf Here Are All The Crimes That Now Fall Under The Bail Reform Law: • 2nd degree Burglary of a residence • 2nd degree Burglary as a Hate Crime • 3rd degree Burglary of a commercial building • 3rd degree Burglary as a Hate Crime • 2nd degree Robbery aided by another person • 2nd degree Robbery as a Hate Crime • 3rd degree Robbery • Criminal sale of a controlled substance (multiple counts) • Using a child to commit a controlled substance crime • Criminal possession of a controlled substance (multiple counts) • Criminal sale of a controlled substance in or near a school • Criminal injection of a controlled substance into another person • Criminal sale of a controlled substance to a child • Criminal sale of a prescription for a controlled substance by a pharmacist • Criminal possession or creation of Methamphetamines • 3rd degree Assault • 3rd degree Assault as a Hate Crime • Reckless Assault of a child by a day care provider • Reckless Assault of a child • Stalking (multiple counts) • Stalking as a Hate Crime (multiple counts) • Vehicular Assault (multiple counts) • Aggravated Vehicular Assault • Aggravated Assault on a child under 11 years-old • Aggravated Assault on a child under 11 years-old as a Hate Child • Menacing (multiple counts) • Menacing as a Hate Crime (multiple counts) • Reckless Endangerment (multiple counts) • Promoting a su***de attempt • 1st degree Stalking while committing a s*x offense • Criminal Obstruction of Breathing • Criminally Negligent Homicide • 2nd degree Vehicular Manslaughter • Aggravated Vehicular Manslaughter • 2nd degree Manslaughter • Unlawful Imprisonment (multiple counts) • Unlawful Imprisonment as a Hate Crime (multiple counts) • Aggravated Labor Trafficking • Custodial Interference (multiple counts) • Substitution of children • Coercion (multiple counts) • Coercion as a Hate Crime (multiple counts) • Criminal Trespass (multiple counts) • Criminal Trespass as a Hate Crime (multiple counts) • Possession of burglar’s tools • Unlawful possession of a police scanner • Criminal Mischief (multiple counts) • Criminal Mischief as a Hate Crime (multiple counts) • Criminal Tampering (multiple counts) • Cemetery Desecration (multiple counts) • Aggravated Cemetery Desecration (multiple counts) • Reckless Endangerment of property • Tampering with a consumer product (multiple counts) • Graffiti • Possession of Graffiti tools • 3rd degree Arson • 4th degree Arson • 5th degree Arson • 3rd degree Arson as a Hate Crime • 4th degree Arson as a Hate Crime • 5th degree Arson as a Hate Crime • Grand Larceny (multiple counts) • Grand Larceny at a Hate Crime (multiple counts) • Aggravated Grand Larceny of an ATM • Petit Larceny • Petit Larceny as a Hate Crime • Computer Tampering (multiple counts) • Computer Trespass • Unauthorized use of a computer • Unlawful duplication of computer materials (multiple counts) • Welfare Fraud (multiple counts) • Criminal use of a public benefits card (multiple counts) • Criminal possession of a public benefits card (multiple counts) • Unauthorized use of a vehicle (multiple counts) • Auto stripping (multiple counts) • Theft of services • Unauthorized use of a credit card • Jostling • Fraudulent Accosting • Criminal Possession of Stolen Property (multiple counts) • Forgery (multiple counts) • Criminal possession of a forged instrument (multiple counts) • Criminal possession of forgery devices • Criminal possession of a Vehicle ID Number • Forgery of a Vehicle ID Number • Falsifying business records (multiple counts) • Tampering with public records (multiple counts) • Offering a false instrument for filing (multiple counts) • Insurance Fraud (multiple counts) • Health insurance fraud (multiple counts) • Criminal diversion of prescription medications (multiple counts) • Commercial bribery (multiple counts) • Rent Gouging (multiple counts) • Residential mortgage fraud (multiple counts) • Aggravated identity theft (multiple counts) • Bribery (multiple counts) • Perjury (multiple counts) • Bail jumping (multiple counts) • Obstructing governmental administration (multiple counts) • Obstructing governmental administration with a self-defense spray device • Killing a Police Dog or Police Horse • Obstructing emergency medical services • Obstructing governmental services with a bomb • Escape (multiple counts) • Promoting prison contraband (multiple counts) • Resisting arrest • Hindering prosecution (multiple counts) • Making a false sworn statement • Bribing a witness • Receiving a bribe as a witness • Bribing a juror • Receiving a bribe as a juror • Providing a juror with a gratuity • Tampering with a juror (multiple counts) • Tampering with physical evidence • Compounding a crime • 1st degree Criminal Contempt – refusing to be sworn in as a witness • 2nd degree Criminal Contempt • ALL Gambling offenses • ALL Prostitution offenses • Providing indecent material in minors (multiple counts) • Riot (multiple counts) • Criminal Anarchy • Harassment (multiple counts) • Harassment as a Hate Crime (multiple counts) • Aggravated Harassment (multiple counts) • Aggravated Harassment as a Hate Crime (multiple counts) • Aggravated Harassment of an employee by an inmate • Criminal nuisance (multiple counts) • Falsely reporting a crime • Pointing a laser at an aircraft (multiple counts) • Harming a service animal (multiple counts) • Public lewdness • Illegal eavesdropping • Dissemination of unlawful surveillance (multiple counts) • Non-support of a child (multiple counts) • Endangering the welfare of a child • Assisting in female ge***al mutilation • Endangering the welfare of an incompetent or physically disabled person • Endangering the welfare of a vulnerable elderly person • Endangering the welfare of a disabled person (multiple counts) • Promoting an obscene s*xual performance by a child • Possession of an obscene s*xual performance by a child • Promoting a s*xual performance by a child • Possessing a s*xual performance by a child • 4th degree Criminal possession of a weapon • Criminal possession of a weapon on school grounds • Criminal possession of a firearm • 3rd degree Criminal possession of a weapon • Criminal purchase or disposal of a weapon • Unlawfully wearing a body vest • Unlawfully fleeing a police officer in a vehicle (multiple counts) • Enterprise corruption • Money Laundering (multiple counts) • Money Laundering in support of terrorism (multiple counts) • Corrupting the government (multiple counts) • Criminal solicitation (multiple counts) • Conspiracy (multiple counts) • Conspiracy as a Hate Crime (multiple counts) • Criminal facilitation (multiple counts)
Dear Assemblyman Cymbrowitz, I am a voter in your district and I do not support the Campaign Finance Commission’s efforts to destroy the Libertarian Party and other parties in New York that aren’t Democratic and Republican. I am enrolled in the Democratic Party. The Democratic and Republican Parties are in control of every aspect of the rules for their political competitors and cheating those other party competitors is unacceptable. I deserve to have choices and I want to be able to tell my friends and family that my representative didn’t try to stay in power by cheating your smaller competitors. Sincerely, Scott McCarthy
I would really like to see this graffiti removed as it’s an eyesore for all residents and visitors coming into Manhattan Beach. It’s on a Serving Area Interface (SAI) at Pritchard Mall - closest to 200 Corbin Place, Brooklyn, NY, 11235. I’m unsure as to when this defacing happened but if you pull up the mall on Google Maps street view, it’s usually in near pristine condition.
Happy New year Assemblyman Steven Cymbrowitz.
Congrats on all the jobs you just killed! construction workers (electricians, carpenters, plumbers, roofers, tile installers, HVAC installers, etc) and small businesses get crushed by the absurd $15,000 cap on apartment improvements? So many workers in your district are going to lose their jobs.
Please, please, vote no on A2371a tomorrow. Thank you.
Thank you for protecting our religious freedom! Please vote NO on A2371a
Oppose A2371a