Clyde Village Mayor Jerry Fremouw believes that the time is right for change in the 130th Assembly District.
While he doesn’t have any hard feelings toward Assemblyman Bob Oaks, who has represented the district since the early-1990s – nor Lyons Town Supervisor Brian Manktelow who is also running for the seat – Fremouw thinks there is an opportunity for change.
“We have to look at how we’re doing things in Albany right now,” he explained in an appearance on Inside the FLX. “I think the district will be in good hands no matter what happens – but we need to see some policy changes so that small, rural communities can keep moving in the right direction.”
Listen to the full-conversation with Mayor Fremouw in the video window below: