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Walczyk On 2022 State Of The State

“In her State of the State address to an empty room, the governor said we’re going to be ‘the most business friendly state in the nation.’ In her very next breath, she explained how we’re going to fill vacant office buildings...

Walczyk Congratulates Civil Air Patrol On 80th Anniversary

Assemblyman Mark Walczyk (R,C,I-Watertown) would like to congratulate his fellow members of the Civil Air Patrol (CAP) on their 80th Anniversary, which falls on December 1. An auxiliary of the United States Air Force, today CAP has over 61,000 volunteers...

Statement From Assemblyman Mark Walczyk

"This hip-fire closure plan reminds me of the Cuomo administration.Leaders plan.During the budget hearings earlier this year, I made it clear to the Commissioner of DOCCS that you don’t announce the closure of a State prison and then figure out...

Nearly 100 People Attend Walczyk’s ‘Bonfire Sessions’

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Nearly 100 people attended Assemblyman Mark Walczyk’s “Bonfire Sessions,” a series of listening events to give constituents from St. Lawrence and Jefferson counties an opportunity to discuss state issues directly with their Assemblyman...

Walczyk Announces Return Of ‘Bonfire Sessions’

Assemblyman Mark Walczyk (R,C,I,Ref-Watertown) is announcing the return of his “Bonfire Sessions.”These listening events are an informal way to discuss issues important to residents of St. Lawrence and Jefferson Counties, directly with Assemblyman...

Walczyk: Our Correctional Officers Deserve Better

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Assemblyman Mark Walczyk is renewing calls on the state Department of Corrections and Community Supervision (DOCCS) to put practices into place that will better protect correctional officers (COs) in St. Lawrence and Jefferson counties, as well as officers...
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