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Statement by Assemblyman Charles D. Fall on the Ongoing Controversy Sparked By an Eruv in Westerleigh

“I’ve been closely following the ongoing controversy regarding the placement of an eruv in the Westerleigh community. I am also aware of the escalating tensions that are occurring within the neighborhoods directly affected. We must respect the...

New York State Lawmakers Take Part in a Fasting Challenge and Iftar Dinner to Show Religious Unity During the Holy Month of Ramadan

Assembly Charles D. Fall (D-Richmond) yesterday organized a Fasting Challenge and Iftar Dinner with his Assembly and Senate colleagues to show religious solidarity during the Holy Month of Ramadan.Ramadan is a special month of the year for over one million...

Assemblyman Charles D. Fall Introduces Legislation Requiring a Local Government to File Application for Homeless Shelter

Assemblyman Charles D. Fall (D-Richmond) recently introduced legislation that would require a city with a population of one million or more to file an application with the Uniform Land Use Review Board with exemption to a state or local act of emergency.Under...

Assemblyman Charles D. Fall Condemns the Diyanet Mosque Fire after Officials Determined It Was Intentionally Set

On Sunday in New Haven, Connecticut a fire broke out at the Diyanet Mosque causing significant damage to the place of worship. In a recent statement by New Haven Fire Chief, John Alston, “there is detection that there was intent in setting this fire.”Fortunately,...

Assemblyman Charles D. Fall Commends Governor Cuomo Announcement of $6 Million to Help Vulnerable New Yorkers

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo recently announced that $6 million is available to help individuals who suffer from heat-related illnesses purchase air conditioners. Funding was increased from last year to meet higher demands.The New York State Office of Temporary...

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