Constituents work with Assemblywoman Solages to build picnic tables at the Valley Stream State Park on I Love My Parks Day.
Assemblywoman Solages meets with dreamers in support of the Jose Peralta Dream Act that was signed into law in 2019.
American Red Cross partnered with Assemblywoman Solages to install hundreds of fire alarms in the district as part of the Sound the Alarm campaign to end home fires.
Assemblywoman Solages joins the community of Valley Stream for a rally in support of neighbor Jennifer McLeggan.
As schools reopen for the fall semester, Assemblywoman Solages distributes backpacks, kids face masks, and hand sanitizer.
Assemblywoman Solages stands in solidarity with the black lives matter protests.
A Lions Club member herself, Assemblywoman Solages honors the leadership of the Lions Club of Valley Stream.
Assemblywoman Solages leads a rally with librarian and advocates to push Macmillan to end their e-book embargo.
Community members rally with Assemblywoman Solages for IDA reform after the Green Acres tax break fiasco.
Local advocates and community leaders award Assemblywoman Solages with a plaque acknowledging her commitment to combating breast cancer.
Solages hosts a press conference with local officials calling for a comprehensive study of the Southern State Parkway
Assemblywoman Solages holds a press conference with local officials to change the speed limit on Dutch Broadway in Elmont, N.Y.
In 2019, Assemblywoman Michaelle Solages made State history when she breastfed her infant daughter on the floor of the State Assembly during the opening day of the legislative session.
Assemblywoman Solages honors a group of the dynamic woman from the 22nd Assembly District for the 2019 Women of Distinction Ceremony at Sewanhaka High School.
The Key Food of Valley Stream Donates Food and Supplies for Assemblywoman Solages annual Thanksgiving Drive.
Assemblywoman Michaelle Solages joined community activist FLOW to commemorate his 30th day of watching over Jennifer McLeggan and her home. FLOW has shown great leadership in this unfortunate situation, and he has sent a clear message that the community will not tolerate hate and harassment. Member Solages stands united in protecting her fellow community members in their time of need.
To help keep our communities clean and safe, Assemblywoman Solages has been distributing masks and sanitizing products to people in need.
In collaboration with the Valley Stream Presbyterian Church an Long Island Cares, Inc., Member Solages hosts weekly food distribution to help combat food insecurity in the 22nd Assembly District.
Members of the Bellerose Terrace Civic Association partnered with Assemblymember Solages to facilitate a food drive to aid the efforts of local food pantries.
Assemblywoman Solages joins Nassau County Executive Laura Curran as well as the Long Island Federally Qualified Health Centers to open a testing site in the hamlet of Elmont, N.Y.
The safety, health, and well-being of the community is our number one priority. We are collaborating across all levels of government to provide an adequate response to COVID-19 (coronavirus). New Yorkers can call the Department of Health's coronavirus hotline at 1-888-364-3065 with any concerns about symptoms or travel.
PBS' Curious George joins Assemblywoman Solages in the 22nd Assembly District for a kids read-along.
Celebrating the 105th Anniversary of Floral Park Boy Scouts Troop 4 with Village of Floral Park, Mayor Longobardi and Village Trustees at the United Methodist Church of Floral Park.
Path to the Park Project: Assemblywoman Solages is joined by Lieutenant Governor Kathy Hochul and Town of Hempstead officials to highlight the completion of a 3.8 million sustainable infrastructure project in Millbrook South Valley Stream to enhance the storm resiliency of the area.
Assemblywoman Solages joins local residents to promote Prostate Cancer Awareness at the R.I.S.E. Basketball Tournament.
2019 Citizen Preparedness Training: Assemblywoman Michaelle Solages highlights the NYS Disaster Preparedness Kits given to each family after the Citizen Preparedness Training. The kits contain: plastic drop cloth, Light stick, (2) D batteries, first aid kit, face mask, safety goggles, AM/FM pocket radio w/batteries, (6) packs of drinking water, (6) food bars, regular flashlight, emergency blanket, duct tape, work gloves and a water bottle.
Assemblywoman Solages joins residents to launch the first New York Road Runner Open Run on Long Island.
Assemblywoman Solages and advocates held a press conference to discuss new funding for a Long Island Pre-K Regional Technical Assistance Center and the next steps towards universal pre-K on Long Island.
Assemblywoman Michaelle C. Solages, Town of Hempstead Supervisor Laura Gillen, and Assemblymember Jaime Williams Preparedness hosted a Citizen Preparedness Training in Valley Stream. Experts from the NYS Office of Emergency Management presented an emergency preparedness training and distributed Citizen Preparedness Corps Response Kits that contain key items to assist individuals in the immediate aftermath of a disaster.
Assemblywoman Solages rallied with community members to advocate for BlueCross BlueShield patients at South Nassau Communities Hospital.
Assemblywoman Solages sponsored the New York Legal Assistance Groups Mobile Legal Help Center. Staff aboard the Mobile Legal Help Center helps to provide FREE legal assistance on several civil issues.
Assemblywoman Solages hosted a Summer Reading Hour with Layla's Dance & Drum of Valley Stream, Elmont Memorial Library, and Hempstead Town Clerk Sylvia A. Cabana.
Assemblywoman Michaelle C. Solages hosted her 5th Annual Women of Distinction Luncheon to honor women who have gone above and beyond to enhance the 22nd Assembly District. Please feel free to call our office to nominate a woman you believe has made a difference in our community.
Following Hurricane Maria, Assemblywoman Solages office served as a collection center for supplies to benefit those suffering in Puerto Rico. The CEO of Long Island Cares stopped by to give his thanks.
Assemblywoman Solages allocates a $125k grant for a teen multi-purpose room in Elmont Memorial Library.