Assemblyman Steve Hawley (R,C,I-Batavia) is wishing residents of the 139th Assembly District and all New Yorkers a happy and safe New Year. Hawley said that New Years can be a fun time to start fresh with new commitments and put past mistakes in the rear view mirror. 

            “From my family to yours I am wishing all my constituents and all New Yorkers a happy and safe New Year,” Hawley said. “I would encourage you to start something new in 2015 and put past mistakes behind you. We can all use a fresh start and the new year is a time to reflect back on our successes and failures and see where we can improve privately and professionally.  Have a fun New Year’s Eve, but if you chose to consume alcohol please do so responsibly and always have a designated driver available. As you spend time with friends and family around the holidays please take time and reflect on those members of our armed forces who will be abroad protecting our country.”

            Hawley has consistently supported family bonding and community involvement during the holiday season.  Furthermore, his service for the Army National Guard and U.S. Army Reserves has given him the experience needed in Albany as he serves as the Ranking Minority Member of the Assembly’s Veterans Affairs Committee. 

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