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Photo courtesy of Assemblymember Phillip Goldfeder
Photo courtesy of Assemblymember Phillip Goldfeder
Assemblymember Phillip Goldfeder will launch a mobile office tour across his district in Breezy Point this summer.

Assemblymember Phillip Goldfeder is once again taking his office on the road.

“I understand residents don’t always have the time to drop by my district offices, especially as they rebuild after Sandy, which is why I’m bringing my office to them,” Goldfeder said.

The Assemblymember and his office will launch their mobile office tour across his district in Breezy Point, next to the “Head Over Heels” festival, on Thursday, July 25. The mobile office will offer assistance and provide locals with the opportunity to share their personal concerns.

Goldfeder’s tour last summer brought in “hundreds of people,” he said, and he looks forward to another “great round of visits.”

Dates, times and locations of the mobile office are:

Date

Time

Neighborhood

Location

Thursday, July 25

4-7:30pm

Breezy Point

Breezy Point, next    to ‘Head over Heels’ festival, by the baseball field

Thursday, Aug. 8

10am-1pm

Far Rockaway

JASA-Brookdale Village Senior Center, 125th Beach 19th Street

Thursday, Aug. 15

3-6pm

Howard Beach

Waldbaums, 156-01 Cross Bay Blvd.

Thursday, Aug. 22

3-6pm

Lindenwood

Lindenwood Shopping Center, 82-35 153rd Ave.

Tuesday, Aug. 27

3-6pm

Hamilton Beach

Riley’s Yacht Club 99-62 Russell Street, NY 11414

Tuesday, Sept. 3

10am-2pm

Bayswater

Young Israel of Wavecrest and Bayswater, 27-16 Healy Ave.

Tuesday, Sept. 10

3-6pm

Broad Channel

Rock ‘n Roll Bagel, Corner of E.21st Rd. & Cross Bay Blvd.

 

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