Assemblywoman Marjorie Byrnes (R,C-Caledonia) sworn in to state Assembly. Submitted photo

On January 8, Assemblywoman Marjorie Byrnes (R,C- Caledonia) was sworn in as a new member of the New York State Assembly. Byrnes will represent the 133rd Assembly District, which includes all of Livingston county and parts of Steuben and Monroe counties. The swearing-in ceremony was administered by Hon. Kevin J. Engel and held in the Legislative Office Building in Albany.

“I am so honored to begin my first term as assemblywoman and am determined to bring much-needed change to Albany,” said Byrnes. “I am committed to focusing on issues that matter most to upstate families and business owners like reducing burdensome taxes, enacting term limits on elected officials, placing state-funded School Resource Officers in our schools, and repairing New York’s crumbling infrastructure.”

Byrnes, an experienced attorney and former Rochester City Court Judge, was appointed as ranking minority member of the Committee on Children and Families. She will also serve as a member on Health, Housing, Judiciary, and Small Business committees.

©2023 Mendon-Honeoye Falls-Lima Sentinel

Log in with your credentials

Forgot your details?

Skip to content