Washington, DC - Congressman José E. Serrano together with 50 Members of Congress sent a letter to President Trump urging him to deploy all available federal assets and agencies to rebuild the communications infrastructure of Puerto Rico. The island has failing infrastructure that needs to be addressed immediately to aid with recovery efforts.
Washington, DC –Congressman José E. Serrano today led eight Members of Congress in sending a letter to Secretary Price and Assistant Secretary Kadlec of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services to ask for an immediate increase in resources to address the emerging public health emergency in Puerto Rico.
The Bronx, NY – Today, Congressman Jose E. Serrano led a bipartisan letter to President Trump urging him to immediately create a Task Force to plan, coordinate and support the reconstruction efforts that will be taking place in the aftermath of hurricanes Irma, Harvey and Maria’s passage through Puerto Rico and other states and territories including Texas, Florida, and the U.S.
Today, Congressman Serrano issued the following statement on Hurricane Maria and its impact on Puerto Rico:
September 20, 2017, BRONX, NY—Congressman José E.
The Bronx – Today, Congressman Serrano was joined by Former Mayor David Dinkins; Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz, Jr.; New York State Senator Gustavo Rivera; New York State Assemblyman Victor Pichardo; Councilmember Vanessa L.
In Washington, DC
Congressman Serrano Commemorates 16th Anniversary of September 11 Attacks
On the 16th Anniversary of September 11, Congressman Serrano released the following statement:
The Bronx – Today, Congressman José E. Serrano joined millions of Americans to mark the start of Hispanic Heritage Month, celebrated every year from September 15 through October 15.
Washington, DC – Congressman José E. Serrano applauded the decision by the United States Postal Service, after pressure from elected officials that he led and the public, to cancel most planned service cuts to the Bronx. The cuts would have reduced staffing at post offices across the borough, and would have degraded service quality at a number of locations.
Washington, DC –US Congressman José E. Serrano (D-NY) today released the following statement on the 16th Anniversary of September 11:
“16 years after the tragic events of September 11, we still remember the sadness and fear that befell our city and country on that heinous day.