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Assembly Members Steve Otis and Amy Paulin, with New Rochelle City officials, announce $250,000 grant for remediation of Beechmont Lake.

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Assemblyman Steve Otis stands with Planned Parenthood - Steve, a long-time supporter, attended and spoke at the "Stand with Planned Parenthood" press conference at their White Plains health center.

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Steve speaks at joint press conference to focus attention on critically needed clean water infrastructure projects in Mamaroneck, New Rochelle and surrounding communities.

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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.

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Steve secured a grant to help build Larchmont Ballfields.

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Steve Honored with Maryanne Sullivan Award for Overall Achievement in Community Television

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Steve Honored with Audubon New York’s William Hoyt Environmental Excellence Award

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Steve Presents Proclamation to Three Women of the Year Honorees

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Steve received the New Rochelle YMCA's Community Impact Award for his Support of the YMCA

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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 Otis Interviewed at Start of New Legislative Session

 

Steve speaks about the “Water Improvement Act”, tax cap and property taxes and the Governor's proposal for free college education.

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 Steve Otis Honored
with Audubon New York’s
William Hoyt Environmental
Excellence Award

Steve-Otis-Audubon-Award

Recognized for his leadership in supporting the Wastewater Infrastructure Improvement Act, Climate Change Work Group, and Environmental Conservation and Parks committees.

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