New York State Assemblyman Kenneth Zebrowski, Jr. will address the quarterly meeting of the Congers Civic Association tonight (Thursday, June 11) to bring local residents up to date on a variety of controversial local, county and state issues that are currently facing the state Legislature in Albany.
The meeting will start at 7:30 p.m. in the second-floor meeting room of the Congers Veterans’ Memorial Association (VMA) building on Lake Road in downtown Congers, adjacent to the Congers Fire Department.
The meeting is open to the public at no charge, and refreshments will be served.
Among the issues expected to be addressed by Zebrowski are the proposed state monitor for the neighboring East Ramapo Central School District, property tax relief for homeowners and any topic members of the audience may want to inquire about.
In other business at tonight’s meeting, the Civic Association will also present its annual community service award and college scholarship to a graduating local high school senior who resides within the hamlet, regardless of which school they attend.
Clarkstown’s Police Department community service team is also expected to present their quarterly statistics on various crimes committed town-wide and within Congers, along with initiatives they are pursuing to apprehend culprits, reduce incidents of criminal behavior and better protect local residents and businesses from criminal activity.