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NYS Senator O’Mara will continue offices in Elmira, Bath, and Albany

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Elmira, N.Y., January 3—State Senator Tom O’Mara (R,C-Big Flats) today announced that he will continue operating district offices in Elmira and Bath throughout 2023, in addition to his office in Albany. 

Following last year’s legislative redistricting process, O’Mara represents the newly redesignated 58th Senate District comprised of Chemung, Schuyler, Seneca, Tioga, and Yates counties, and a portion of Allegany County (the towns of Alfred, Almond, Amity, Andover, Birdsall, Burns, Grove, Independence, Scio, Ward, Wellsville, and Willing). 

O’Mara encouraged 58th district residents to contact any of his offices for state government assistance and information. 

“I encourage area residents to contact our offices for assistance, to address concerns, help facilitate access to state programs and services, or even just as a sounding board for suggestions and ideas,” said O’Mara. 

He provided the following office contact information: 

Elmira District Office — The office has moved from its previous location at 333 East Water Street to 100 West Church Street (Suite 103). Mailing address: NYS Senator Thomas F. O’Mara, 100 West Church Street, Suite 103, Elmira, New York 14901. Telephone: 607-735-9671; 

Bath Satellite Office — The office is located at 105 East Steuben Street. Mailing address: NYS Senator Thomas F. O’Mara, 105 E. Steuben Street, Bath, New York 14810. Telephone: 607-776-3201; and 

Albany Office —The office is in Room 711-B in the Legislative Office Building. Mailing address: NYS Senator Thomas F. O’Mara, Legislative Office Building, Room 711-B, Albany, New York 12247. Telephone: 518-455-2091.  

O’Mara’s Senate website address is  

He can be e-mailed at:

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