PULASKI – More than 30 Central New Yorkers joined State Senator Patty Ritchie to ask questions and share concerns Wednesday evening at a “pop-up” constituent meeting she hosted at the Pulaski Public Library.
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“Talking face-to-face is one of the best ways to hear about what matters to the people in our communities and what we can change to make life better in our region,” said Senator Ritchie. “I would like to thank the people who took the time to attend Wednesday’s ‘pop-up’ meeting, as well as the Pulaski Public Library for their work in helping to host the event.”
Senator Ritchie encourages anyone with a question or concern who was unable to attend this week’s pop-up event to contact her office at (315) 342-2057, or send her an email at [email protected]