• 28,686,940
    Dollars Recovered for NY-18
  • 408
    Medals & Awards Returned to Vets
  • 8,861
    Constituent Cases Closed
  • 41
    Bills Signed Into Law

TUESDAY: Maloney to Hold Telephone Town Hall

Dec 2, 2013
Press Release

Washington, D.C. -  Representative Sean Patrick Maloney will hold a telephone town hall on Tuesday, December 3 at 7 PM, continuing his efforts to speak directly with neighbors across the Hudson Valley.  Rep. Maloney will give an update on the recent derailment that killed four people, injured dozens, and has impacted thousands throughout the Hudson Valley. Rep. Maloney will also answer constituent questions on issues like immigration, the economy and healthcare.

“My heart aches for the victims and their families – we owe them answers as soon as possible,” said Rep. Maloney. “Metro North is an integral part of life in the Hudson Valley, and I want to ensure that the tens of thousands of commuters affected are up to date on this tragic situation, know that Metro North is safe, and understand what issues may lie ahead. This town hall will also give me the chance to hear from folks across the district about what matters most to them on issues like immigration and health care reform.”

Tens of thousands of residents from the 18th Congressional district will receive an invitation by telephone to participate in the conference call on Tuesday evening. Constituents in the 18th district can also request an invitation in the following ways:

·          Emailing their name and complete phone number to ny18townhall@mail.house.gov

·          Calling Rep. Maloney’s Washington office at 202-225-5441

·          Visiting Rep. Maloney’s website to sign up.

For any commuters impacted by yesterday’s tragic accident, you can continue to find service updates here: https://new.mta.info/mnr or can also dial 5-1-1 from within NYC or call (877) 690-5114 from outside of New York City. People affected by the December 1st train derailment can contact Rep. Maloney’s office at 845-561-1259 or the Metro-North Help Line at 1-800-METRO-INFO (638-7646).