Assemblyman Kevin Byrne (R, C, I, Ref-Mahopac) welcomed colleagues and community members for an open house and ribbon-cutting ceremony celebrating the opening of his new district office in Brewster on Tuesday, June 26.
On Tuesday, June 26, Assemblyman Kevin Byrne (R, C, I, Ref-Mahopac) held an open house and ribbon-cutting ceremony to commemorate the grand opening of his new district office, located at 3 Starr Ridge Road in Brewster. Byrne was joined for the day’s festivities by several well-wishers, including representatives from local chambers of commerce and several state and local officials, to celebrate the lawmaker’s new headquarters.
Guests were treated to brief spoken remarks and light refreshments as well as the opportunity to tour Byrne’s new headquarters, where he will entertain inquiries, visits and questions from residents of the 94th Assembly District. Byrne was also presented with a commemorative plaque from the Brewster Chamber of Commerce, which he plans to proudly display on the wall of his new office.
Putnam County Executive MaryEllen Odell, Putnam County Clerk Michael Bartolotti, Putnam County Legislators Amy Sayegh, Carl Albano and Paul Jonke, Brewster Village Clerk Peter Hansen, Somers Town Supervisor Rick Morrissey, Patterson Town Supervisor Rich Williams, and representatives from the office of Sen. Terrence Murphy were all on-hand to laud Byrne’s accomplishments in Albany and congratulate him on the new office.
“When we were looking at possible locations for our new district office, we were focused on finding a space accessible enough to allow our district’s residents the opportunity to share their ideas, concerns and suggestions, and I believe that is exactly what we have here in Brewster,” said Byrne. “I am grateful to everyone who came out to celebrate our grand opening, and look forward to establishing this office as a valuable tool in maintaining productive communication with all our neighbors in the months and years to come.”
“Congratulations to Assemblyman Byrne on his beautiful new district office in the heart of South East, one of Putnam County’s top destinations,” said Odell. “As a member of the Assembly Minority, Kevin has done a tremendous job defending our values in Albany, and I wish him the best for many years of continued success in this new location.”