Monday, October 24, 2016

Community Events Watch with NY State Senator James Sanders

Attend a Community Meeting Concerning the
Rockaway Inlets and Jamaica Bay

Don't miss our important meeting tomorrow where we will be discussing the Jamaica Bay Reformulation Study and much more.

Take Advantage of Free Legal Services for
Seniors in our Area

We will be offering free legal services for seniors on Monday, December, 5, 2016 at my District Office in South Ozone Park. You must be 60 years of age or older and make an appointment by calling 718-523-3069.

A Day of Remembrance of Hurricane Sandy

Join us for a day of remembrance and recovery as we reflect on the years since Hurricane Sandy and look towards the future. We will conduct our annual remembrance walk, which this year will begin at Beach 67th street and end at Battalion Pentecostal Assembly Church. It will be followed by a disaster preparedness class at the church.

James Sanders Jr. was elected to the New York State Senate on September 13, 2012. He represents the 10th Senatorial District in Queens, which includes the neighborhoods of South Jamaica, Rochdale Village, Rosedale, Richmond Hill, South Ozone Park, Springfield Gardens and most of the Rockaways.

Senator Sanders is the ranking Democrat on the Civil Services & Pensions Committee. He also serves on the Commerce, Economic Development & Small Business Committee, Banks Committee, Insurance Committee, Labor Committee, Veterans, Homeland Security & Military Affairs Committee, Cultural Affairs & Tourism Committee, and Racing, Gaming & Wagering Committee.

During his time in the legislature, Senator Sanders has been a fierce advocate
for working people, families and unions. In his first term in office, he introduced the Fair Wage Act, which would increase the statewide minimum wage to $10.10 per hour, indexed to inflation, and allowing municipalities to set their own minimum wage up to $13.13, understanding that a one-size-fits-all approach does not work for places like New York City.

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