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Politicians plan Dundee meeting

    DUNDEE—New York State Senator Tom O’Mara (R-C, Big Flats) and Assemblyman Phil Palmesano (R-C-I, Corning) will hold a community meeting in Dundee Tuesday, Oct. 4.
    The meeting is scheduled to begin at 5:30 p.m. at the Dundee Village Hall. Earlier last week, the area lawmakers kicked off a series of community meetings that they’ll be holding across the region in the coming weeks.
    O’Mara said that additional meetings will be scheduled before the end of the year in towns throughout the remainder of his 53rd Senate District, which comprises Chemung, Schuyler, Steuben and Yates Counties, and a portion of Tompkins. Palmesano’s 136th Assembly District covers Steuben and Yates Counties.
    The local lawmakers said that the meetings are informal and open to the public. They’re aimed at giving local residents an opportunity to directly share their concerns, opinions and suggestions for better government. This year’s meetings will also provide an opportunity to assess the local impact of this year’s session of the state Legislature and to look ahead at some of the key regional issues that need to be addressed in the 2012 session beginning in January.
    “The best ideas come from individuals at the grassroots level—residents, small business owners and other employers, local government officials. So we hope our constituents will take advantage of these community meetings to contribute to the debates over taxes, economic development, health care, budget reform, Medicaid reform and other key issues,” O’Mara and Palmesano said in a joint statement.
    The legislators added that any local residents unable to attend the Oct. 4 meeting in Dundee can call them directly to share specific concerns and suggestions. O’Mara can be contacted at 607-776-3201 and Palmesano at 607-776-9691.





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