Assemblyman Steve Otis’ statement to constituents upon his re-election to serve the 91st Assembly District of the State of New York.
"Thank you for the privilege of serving the Sound Shore in the State Assembly for the next two years. I treasure the opportunity to continue to work on issues affecting education, local government, property tax relief and many others of importance to the people and communities I work for in the Assembly. Thank you for supporting me in this work, as well as through the re-election process. I am energized and excited about the work before me in 2017. As always, please contact me with your ideas, issues and concerns. Thank you again for allowing me to serve you."
Steve speaks at joint press conference to focus attention on critically needed clean water infrastructure projects in Mamaroneck, New Rochelle and surrounding communities.
Steve at his and WEDC’s Small Business E-Commerce Tools Forum with Jennifer Shaheen, President of Technology Therapy Group and Anne Janiak Executive Director of WEDC.
Steve secured a grant to help build Larchmont Ballfields.
Steve Honored with Maryanne Sullivan Award for Overall Achievement in Community Television
Steve Honored with Audubon New York’s William Hoyt Environmental Excellence Award
Steve Presents Proclamation to Three Women of the Year Honorees
Steve received the New Rochelle YMCA's Community Impact Award for his Support of the YMCA
Steve Participated in Ground Breaking for the Weber Community Gardens in Port Chester
Steve Otis has used his three decades of experience working on local, county, state and federal concerns, including 12 years as Mayor of the City of Rye, to be a successful and effective lawmaker in the State Assembly. Steve has been a strong advocate for education, local governments, taxpayers and the environment.
Steve received endorsements from the following organizations
for his re-election to the NYS Assembly:
- Alliance of Public Retiree Organizations of New York
- American Federation of State County and Municipal Employees (AFSCME)
- CSEA Local 1000 AFSCME, AFL-CIO
- New York League of Conservation Voters
- New York State AFL-CIO
- New York State Immigrant Action Fund
- New York State Public Employees Federation, AFL-CIO
- New York United Teachers (NYSUT)
- Northeast Region Council of Carpenters
- Planned Parenthood Advocates of New York
- Planned Parenthood Hudson Peconic Action Fund Political Committee
- Pro Choice Voter
- Uniformed Firefighters of New Rochelle
- Westchester Council for Legal Abortion Political Action Committee
- Working Families Party, NY
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New Mobile Optimized Website
Please take a moment to enjoy Steve's new mobile site. It is now responsive to smart phones or tablets. It has the same familiar features when viewed on your desktop but now with the ease of scrolling, you are able to get all of your information on the go. With more and more constituents primarily using their smart phone to browse the web, Steve wanted to improve the user experience and has updated his website to accommodate that trend.
Steve Otis Interviewed
at Start of New
Steve speaks about the “Water Improvement Act”, tax cap and property taxes and the Governor's proposal for free college education.
Steve Otis Honored
with Audubon New York’s
William Hoyt Environmental
Recognized for his leadership in supporting the Wastewater Infrastructure Improvement Act, Climate Change Work Group, and Environmental Conservation and Parks committees.
Steve Otis’ Bill Improving Openness and Accountability of Business Improvement Districts is Signed into Law - September 11, 2016
Legislators Announce State Construction Grant for New Rochelle Library - July 10, 2016