From the Queens Campaigner:
The assemblywoman said she and her husband, who have two children, are planning to adopt a third child, but the Bayside home in which they had lived prior to their move to Long Island did not provide enough room for five people. Carrozza had also promised to rent that home to an Oregon couple for part of the year and did not want to renege, so she has remained in the Glen Head house for the past four months.
She said she will move back into the other Bayside home she owns Aug. 1 because it is rented out through July. The Long Island property currently serves as her husband’s primary residence, she said.
“There’s no requirement that a husband and wife have the same primary residence,” she said of her status as an elected official.
According to property records, the couple purchased the Long Island home for $1.8 million in June 2008.