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Buchwald Moves District Office to New Mt. Kisco Location

MOUNT KISCO, N.Y.— Assemblyman David Buchwald’s district office is now open for business at a new location in Mount Kisco – 100 South Bedford Road (Route 172), near Northern Westchester Hospital. The move unifies the office into one suite (Suite 150), provides improved constituent access via I-684, and continues to honor the assemblyman’s commitment to keep his office centrally located within the assembly district. The building, which has free visitor parking, is known around northern Westchester as part of a complex of buildings that houses the former Mount Kisco Medical Group, now known as Caremount Medical.

 “An efficient, well-organized district office enables us to maintain a high level of service for my constituents,” said Buchwald, a White Plains Democrat. “And our new location in Mount Kisco continues the pledge I made when first elected, to locate my office where it is conveniently accessible at the heart of my district.”

“Our New York State Assemblyman, David Buchwald, continues to serve the people of his district well,” said Mount Kisco Mayor J. Michael Cindrich.

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“We are honored to have David’s district office in Mount Kisco.”

 Mark Blandford, Senior Vice President of Diamond Properties said, “We are happy to welcome Assemblyman David Buchwald to 100 South Bedford Road and join our Diamond Properties community of tenants. We know he will continue his efforts to proudly serve his constituents from his new Mt. Kisco location.”

Buchwald will hold a grand opening event this summer after the conclusion of the current legislative session in Albany. In the meantime, constituents are always welcome to contact the office with questions or concerns by calling the same number as before, 914-244-4450.

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