Assemblymember Joan Millman, who has served AD 52 for 17 years, announced yesterday that she will not seek reelection. She will be taking a position at the New York City Department for the Aging, the Brooklyn Eagle reports.
Brooklyn Eagle: “It has been my great pleasure to represent our communities in the State Assembly for the past 17 years,” she said in a statement. “The support I have received from my neighbors and constituents has been truly humbling, and the work we have accomplished together will have a lasting impact on our communities. I am deeply grateful to have had the opportunity to serve and I look forward to continuing to advocate on behalf of seniors.”
We salute Assemblywoman Joan Millman for her seventeen years of service to our community and wish her well in her new job. @JoanMillman52AD
— Cobble Hill Assoc (@CobbleHillAssoc) May 20, 2014
Whoa! Stopped my heart. After 17 years, Assemblywoman Joan Millman retiring from Assembly, #Brooklyn… http://t.co/zzNaIfQh1J
— Gladiator (@10ThoughtsToday) May 20, 2014
Congrats Assemblywoman Joan L. Millman on retirement. You set the standard for dedicated leadership in the 52 AD. Outstanding, my friend!
— Jo Anne Simon (@JoAnneSimonBK52) May 19, 2014
So who do you think will run to replace Millman in the assembly? Comment away!