Latimer, Buchwald To Hold Office Hours

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 Westchester Assembly member David Buchwald and State Sen. George Latimer (pictured) are set to host district office hours March 15 in Armonk.
Westchester Assembly member David Buchwald and State Sen. George Latimer (pictured) are set to host district office hours March 15 in Armonk. Photo Credit: Contributed
Westchester Assembly member David Buchwald.
Westchester Assembly member David Buchwald. Photo Credit: Contributed

ARMONK, N.Y. -- Westchester Assembly member David Buchwald and State Sen. George Latimer are set to host district office hours March 15 in Armonk. 

The two representatives will be at Tazza Cafe in Armonk from 9:30 to 11 a.m. on Saturday, March 15. The purpose of the office hours is to give constituents an opportunity to discuss issues over coffee and refreshments.

“Hosting District Office Hours with Senator Latimer is an opportunity for me to bring my office out to you,” said Buchwald. “I want to make sure it’s as easy as possible for folks to discuss their concerns, ask questions and work with me to solve problems related to State government. One of the great joys of my job is interacting directly with the constituents I serve, and I look forward to hearing your voice so that you can have full confidence your state representatives are listening.”

Latimer said he has always felt it was his job to advocate for people he represents.

"Bringing the District office out into the community along with my fellow Legislators gives us a great insight into what we need to be advocating for when we get to Albany. It also allows us to work together to advocate more effectively," said Latimer. “I look forward to hearing from residents in and around Armonk."

Tazza Café is located at 382 Main St. in Armonk.

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Gee Senator Latimer, maybe the rest of the senant should follow by example and not hide behind their office staff. What your doing is just what the people need and want making yourself available to the people that voted you into office. can you spreat the word in Albany so other senators can follow your example