East Greenbush, New York – Congresswoman Elise Stefanik today was joined by Rensselaer County Executive Steve McLaughlin and local elected officials for a ribbon cutting to open her new flagship NY-21 district office in East Greenbush.
The new office will carry out federal casework and other constituent services for families in New York’s 21st District and is located at the Rensselaer County Office Building on 99 Troy Road, East Greenbush, New York.
“I’m honored to open up the new New York’s 21st flagship Congressional district office in Rensselaer County,” Stefanik said. “This new office will carry out effective constituent casework and prioritize work on behalf of families, small businesses, seniors, veterans, farms, and all constituents as they navigate federal agencies and access federal funds. Since 2015, my office has completed over 13,500 casework requests and returned over $700 million back to New York’s 21st District by navigating federal agencies and advocating for grants to serve our communities. I look forward to continuing this critical work in East Greenbush to bring the concerns of Rensselaer County and all of New York’s 21st District to the highest levels.”
Stefanik’s new flagship office will carry out casework and other constituent services on behalf of New York’s 21st District. Since 2015, Stefanik’s office has completed over 13,500 casework requests and returned over $700 million dollars to her district through these services, including over $5.6 million in veterans benefits, over $20 million in IRS and Small Business Administration funds, and over $3 million to seniors.
Stefanik will also have district offices in Plattsburgh, Ogdensburg, and Herkimer County.