Press Releases

Reilly Announced New York City Department of Education to Expand the Academics, Career, and Essential Skills Program in Staten Island Public Schools

The program – which provides students who have an intellectual disability such as Down syndrome with an opportunity to learn in their local community school and is commonly referred to as the ACES Program – is currently offered in middle and...

Reilly Working with NYC Doe to Expand Programming for Students with Intellectual Disabilities

Assemblymember Michael Reilly (R-South Shore) announced today that he is working with the New York City Department of Education to expand the Academics, Career, and Essential Skills Program in Staten Island public schools. The program - which provides...

Assemblymember Michael Reilly (R-South Shore) Made a Request to Remove the Eltingville

In a letter to Commissioner Polly Trottenberg of the New York City Department of Transportation, Assemblymember Michael Reilly (R-South Shore) made a request to remove the Eltingville portion of the Richmond Avenue bus lane, which is one of several bus...

Reilly Regarding the Passage of the State Budget

The following is a statement from Assemblymember Michael Reilly regarding the passage of the State Budget for Fiscal Year 2019 to Fiscal Year 2020: “Being that the State Budget is due by April 1st, one might mistake it as a cruel April Fool’s...

Falsely Filing an Extreme Risk Protection Order Punishable By Law under Reilly Bill

Assemblymember Michael Reilly (R-South Shore) announced today that he has introduced legislation which would make punishable as a Class-E Felony the filing of false information to generate an extreme risk protection order on another individual. Reilly's...

Reilly: Falsely Filing an Extreme Risk Protection Order

Assemblymember Michael Reilly (R-South Shore) announced today that he has introduced legislation which would make punishable as a Class-E Felony the filing of false information to generate an extreme risk protection order on another individual. Reilly’s...

Reilly Introduces Bill to Make NYC Schools More Transparent, Hold Mayor De Blasio Accountable

Assemblymember Michael Reilly (R-South Shore) announced today he has introduced legislation to reform the Panel for Educational Policy - the little known governing body of the New York City Department of Education - in an effort to increase the transparency...

Reilly Introduces Bill to Make NYC Schools More Transparent

Assemblymember Michael Reilly (R-South Shore) announced today he has introduced legislation to reform the Panel for Educational Policy – the little known governing body of the New York City Department of Education – in an effort to increase...

Reilly in Response to Today’s Fare Increase Approved by the Board

Reilly in response to today’s fare increase approved by the Board of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority: “It is irresponsible and just plain stupid to take more money from the pockets of hardworking New Yorkers under the guise that it...

Reilly – Assault in the First Degree

Today, Assemblymembers Brian Manktelow (R,C,I,Ref-Lyons) and Michael Reilly (R-South Shore) announced their intent to introduce legislation which would designate it an assault in the first degree if an individual punches, kicks, or strikes a pregnant...

Assemblymembers Manktelow & Reilly Take Action to Protect Victims of Domestic Abuse & the Unborn

Today, Assemblymembers Brian Manktelow (R,C,I,Ref-Lyons) and Michael Reilly (R-South Shore) announced their intent to introduce legislation which would designate it an assault in the first degree if an individual punches, kicks, or strikes a pregnant...

Governor Andrew Cuomo’s State of the State

The following is a statement from Assemblymember Michael Reilly in response to Governor Andrew Cuomo’s State of the State and Budget Address today at the capital. “In his speech, Governor Cuomo mentioned that “New York does not believe...

Reilly: 204th Legislative Session Commencing

With the 204th legislative session commencing soon, Assemblymember Michael Reilly (R-South Shore) announced today that he will serve on five committees, including the Standing Committees on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse, Aging, Housing, and Higher Education....