Will Consider Reintroducing Legislation with Senator Serrano

AM Seawright Now Open to Residency Requirement for RIOC President

December, 2017, Assembly Member Rebecca Seawright was on hand to cut the ribbon at Nisi's reopening.
December, 2017, Assembly Member Rebecca Seawright was on hand to cut the ribbon at Nisi's reopening.
© David Stone / Roosevelt Island Daily

Assembly Member Rebecca Seawright says she is now open to a residency requirement for RIOC’s executive, she told the Roosevelt Island Daily. She will talk with Senator José Serrano about “reintroducing” abandoned legislation.

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