Rensselaer County Legislator Martin Reid, who is running for New York State Assembly, now has a website. It even has photographs (but no butt shots).
On his page at the County's website, Reid has this to say:
Both my parents helped teach me the importance of listening and being ready to serve their neighbors when needed. I have tried to follow those lessons during my service in the Legislature, said Reid.
We'd like to ask Mr. Reid the following:
Did you vote yes on the $5,000 pay hike for County Legislators? (We know he did)
Did you inform your constituents that there would be a pay hike vote?
If so, did you listen to them on that issue?
Will you sponsor a repeal of the $5,000 pay hike?
Why no butt shots on the website?
We'd like those questions answered, especially the last one. Reid doesn't mention the pay hike on his website, although he admits to the far more embarrassing fact that he worked for John Faso. By all accounts, that pay hike is still on the minds of Rensselaer County residents. If you see Marty, ask him about it and don't be satisfied with some political-speak answer. Or, shoot him an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Until Reid comes clean on the pay hike, he doesn't deserve to be our Assemblyman.
Next week, we hope to have more information on the Mayor's plan for up to 80 public housing units slated to be built in Lansingburgh.
And Hey! Lets be careful out there.