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Assemblymember Solages Seeks Input Through Legislative Survey


Solages invites all residents of the 22nd Assembly District to give Feedback

ELMONT, NY- With the start of the 2021 legislative session in January, Assemblywoman Michaelle C. Solages invites all residents of the 22nd Assembly District to participate in the annual legislative survey. Participants will have the opportunity to give feedback on the various issues that may be considered during the 2021 Legislative Session. A survey was sent via mail to residents of the 22nd Assembly District and is also available online.

There are two ways to submit your survey. A resident can return the survey (  by mail to the district office located at the following address: Assemblywoman Michaelle C. Solages, 1690 Central Court, Valley Stream, NY 11580.


Submit the survey electronically:

“I encourage all residents to take a few minutes to complete this constituent survey,” stated Assemblywoman Michaelle C. Solages, “I look forward to seeing the results and advocating on the issues that you support.”

Survey responses will be accepted through February 28, 2021. The survey covers many issues that New York State lawmakers may consider during the next legislative session. The Assemblywoman encourages all individuals to share any additional questions or concerns via email: or by contacting our District Office.


About Michaelle C. Solages 

Michaelle C. Solages is a member of the New York State Assembly, representing the 22nd Assembly District.  She serves as Deputy Majority Leader and Chair of the Black, Puerto Rican, Hispanic & Asian Legislative Caucus.  She is a member of the following Standing Committees: Health, Libraries and Education Technology, Racing and Wagering and Social Services. She is also a member of the Legislative Women’s Caucus.  Solages represents the communities of Elmont, North Valley Stream, Valley Stream, South Valley Stream, South Floral Park, Floral Park, the Village of Bellerose, Bellerose Terrace, North Woodmere, Stewart Manor, and sections of Franklin Square.

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