LAKEVILLE – In an effort to better represent his constituents, Assemblyman Bill Nojay (R,I-Pittsford) has relocated his district office to Lakeville.
The new district office, located at 3011 Rochester Road, Suite #3 in Lakeville has brought Nojay closer to the center of his district, which contains all of Livingston County, and parts of Steuben and Monroe Counties.
“I chose to bring my district office to Lakeville because it is near the center of the district. This way, all my constituents can have equal access to the office,” said Nojay.
The Assemblyman has created a ten-question Constituent Opinion Survey, which seeks constituents’ opinions on a variety of topics such as the economy, taxes, and Second Amendment issues.
“Constituents are welcome to use both my office and the Constituent Opinion Survey to let me know what they think about the important issues New York faces. I greatly value their input and hope to hear lots of feedback,” stated Nojay.
Nojay’s Constituent Opinion Survey can be found online at: https://sites.google.com/site/nojaysurvey.
Constituents of the Assemblyman’s district are encouraged to contact the new district office at (585) 346-0002 with questions, concerns, or comments that may assist Nojay in better representing his district in Albany.