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A long-time Rockland State Assemblyman says he will not not seek re-election this November. In a statement released this morning, District 96 Assemblyman Ken Zebrowski says his ninth term in office will be his last. First elected when he was just 26, the 43 year-old did not say what’s next for him, but he did say “it is time for a new chapter” in his career and that he would “stay active locally and in New York State.” He comes from a very politically-involved family. His father, the late Kenneth Zebrowski, served in the same Assembly seat and as a Clarkstown Legislator. His sister, Kristen Zebrowski Stavisky, currently co-executive director of the New York State Board of Elections, previously served as the Democratic county elections commissioner and party chairperson.
Ramapo PD Arrest NYC Man on Burglary ChargesA New York City man faces charges of Burglary and Grand Larceny after being nabbed for allegedly stealing from some synagogues in the Ramapo area earlier this month. Ramapo Police Detective Lieutenant Christopher Franklin says 42 year-old Joel Jungries allegedly illegally entered several synagogues on Monsey Boulevard and Suzanne Drive. He was arrested Tuesday and hit with five counts of Burglary, Grand Larceny and other charges. He was arraigned and released on his own recognizance pending future court appearance.