News Articles

New Bill Would Give Tax Credit to Businesses Affected By Subway Station Closures – “Astoria Post”

Simotas Wants MTA to ‘Sign Off’ Billboard – “Queens Chronicle”

Illuminated Billboard Sparks Controversy – “Times Ledger”

Simotas Wants MTA to Remove Billboard on Astoria Boulevard – “Queens Ledger”

Simotas Calls on MTA to Remove Massive Illuminated Billboard – “Queens Gazette”

Simotas Urges Passage of Her Legislation to Preserve Rape Kits – “Times Ledger”

Astoria Assemblywoman Asks City to Remove “Dangerously Distracting” Billboard from Train Station – “QNS.com”

Queens Pols Appointed to Harassment Working Group – “Queens Chronicle”

Simotas to the MTA: Tear Down That Billboard – “Astoria Post”

Simotas and Hoylman Call on Procter & Gamble to Change Toxic Tide Pod Packaging – “The National Herald”

Simotas Wants Tide Pods Repackaged to Look Less Appealing to Children –“Astoria Post”

Simotas Introduces New Family-Friendly Legislation – “Times Ledger”

Simotas Urges Passage of Her Bill Increasing Protections for Sexual Assault Survivors – “The National Herald”

Bill Requires Entertainment Venues to Provide ‘Family Accommodations’ – “Queens Gazette”

Lawmakers Push for Preservation of Rape Kits – “Times Union”

Sexual Assault Survivor: New York Can Do Better – “Spectrum News”

Simotas Introduces Family Accommodation in Entertainment Act – “The National Herald”

MTA’s Plan to Overhaul Ditmars Blvd Station Fails Handicapped and Doesn’t Improve Service: Astoria Pols – “Astoria Post”

MTA’s Astoria-Ditmars Boulevard Station Construction Plan Draws Ire From Queens Politicians – “AMNewYork"

New York Lawmakers Want Time Pod Packaging to Look Less Like Candy – “NY1 News”