From the Queens Campaigner:
In a statement issued Tuesday, Carrozza said she plans to run again for her seat.
“I have every intention of running for re-election and look forward to continuing to deliver results for our community,” she said. “I’m not the kind of person who takes this job lightly. Unfortunately, over the past year a difficult personal circumstance involving the care of a loved one prevented me from being in Albany for several session days, but I have worked hard to continue to fight for my constituents and expect to be able to have excellent attendance again next year.”
Vincent Nicolosi Jr. said he, his wife and their three children rent an apartment from Carrozza at 202nd Street and 35th Avenue in Bayside. In late June, the couple received a 30-day notice to vacate the apartment.
“They never gave us a heads-up,” said Nicolosi, who is son of former state Assemblyman Vincent Nicolosi.
“I’m not going to be homeless with three kids.”
Nicolosi said he and his wife have been looking for another apartment, but both of them work full-time.
“Right after [Carrozza] said she was moving back to the district, we were served with a 30-day notice,” Nicolosi said. “So, put two and two together. She should have given us advance notice.”