Assemblyman N. Nick Perry
N. Nick

Holiday Message &
Inaugural Invitation

You’re Invited... 2007 Inaugural Service and Gala

Dear Constituent,

Seasons Greetings. I had hoped to get this report out to you before the rush of the holidays, but the pressing need to meet with constituents and address the many problems facing the neighborhoods in my district kept me fully occupied and away from my desk. However, the time away from my desk has been spent very productively, and so I hope that as you read this report you will agree that I am working to fulfill your expectations of me.

I am acutely aware that you will not be satisfied with me spending all my time working on legislation. I also know that you expect me to be actively involved in securing for our community some essential programs and services we must get to improve, or at least maintain the quality of life in our neighborhoods. With your continued support and help, I assure you that I will do no less.

As you prepare to enjoy the holiday season, I must begin to prepare for the new legislative session that begins in January 2007. Having served you for the past seven terms earning significant seniority and experience, I will surely be much sharper during budget negotiations, but still I need to hear from you about some of the programs you will want to be enhanced and protected from any future cuts. I am available to meet or speak with you by telephone, so please call, write or visit. As is my custom since you elected me, I will be taking the oath of office that begins my new term with a Thanksgiving Service and a Gala Thank You Dinner Party. You are invited to join me, please come.

As this year grows old and comes to a close, may the joys of the holiday season fill your home, and may you be blessed with good health and prosperity for the remainder of 2006 and throughout 2007.

I thank you again for your confidence in me and for giving me the opportunity to serve you as your representative.

Working For You

Your Invitation to
Assemblyman Perry’s 2007 Inauguration and Gala

You are Cordially Invited to Attend the
Thanksgiving Service &
Community Swear-In

Hon. N. Nick Perry
Member of Assembly

Saturday, January 13th 2007
At Five O’clock in the Afternoon

650 Remsen Ave.
(bet. Avenues A & B)

* Seating is Limited
RSVP (718) 385-3336
by January 5th


A Gala Cultural Show &
Dinner Party at
8:00 PM

Holy Family R.C. Church
9719 Flatlands Ave.
(corner of Rockaway Parkway)

Limited Seating
RSVP Requested
(718) 385-3336

* Free of Charge *


$200,000 From Assemblyman Perry for Sidewalk Repair Program
Will Repair Pavement Damaged by Tree Roots at No Cost to the Homeowner
Is that old tree in front of your house wreaking havoc on your sidewalk? If so, call Assemblyman Perry’s district office at (718) 385-3336 and be added to a list to have your broken sidewalk fixed.

Assemblyman Perry has secured state funds to repair damaged sidewalks due to growth of tree roots, at no cost to the homeowner. Sidewalks will be repaired until funds are exhausted.

photo SHARING THE JOY: Assemblyman Perry helped the 67th Pct. Community Council with donations of hundreds of toys for their annual holiday party. Above, Assemblyman Perry shares a joyful moment with little Isabella Diaz and her grandmother.

STAR Tax ApplicationDue by January 15, 2007

Applications for STAR Tax rebates are currently available at Assemblyman Perry’s District Office.

All homeowners who have not previously applied, especially new homeowners, are urged to apply by the deadline.

HEAP & HeartShare Programs Now
Available at Assemblyman Perry’s Office

The HEAP and HeartShare Programs, now available at Assemblyman Perry’s District Office, can help keep your hard-earned cash in your pocket, and save you money this winter.

Homeowners and renters who need help paying energy bills might be eligible for assistance from HeartShare, which is funded by Keyspan to help residents with skyrocketing home heating costs during the cold winter months

Constituents over the age of 60 maybe eligible for the HEAP program, which can help offset costs of all energy bills. Call Assemblyman Perry at (718) 385-3336 for more information.

Keeping a Legacy Alive,
First Shirley Chisholm Scholar Named

photo * Photo Courtesy of Brooklyn College
Honoring Shirley Chisholm: Assemblyman Perry celebrated the second annual Shirley Chisholm Day on November 30, 2006 at Brooklyn College. The occasion marked the naming of the first annual Shirley Chisholm Women’s Leadership Scholar, Brooklyn College junior, Erica Eudoxie, pictured above with Assemblyman Perry. The scholarship is designed to ensure continuation of Shirley Chisholm’s legacy of stellar public service and will be awarded to a female student desiring of following in her footsteps.

Working For You
Soon To Be Installed Traffic Lights Making our Neighborhood Safer

Assemblyman Nick Perry at the request of local residents was successful in getting the NYC Department of Transportation to agree to install traffic lights at the following intersection; East 45th St. & Foster Ave., Ave. D & East 45th St. and Remsen Ave. & East 53rd St.

If you know of an intersection that is in need of a traffic calming initiative, please contact Assemblyman Nick Perry at (718) 385-3336.

To Contact Assemblyman Nick Perry:
District Office: 903 Utica Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11203 (718) 385 3336
Albany Office: Room 452 LOB, Albany, NY 12248 (518) 455-4166