New York State Assemblywoman Teresa Sayward displays a picture from the Ragin River exhibit to Jay Supervisor Randy Douglas and Keene Supervisor William Ferebee.
Photo by Joe Hackett.
continued “I am going to be working with NYCO minerals without pay — I would never take money from them — to try and see that constitutional amendment through,” she said. “I have been working on this for 10 years and I am not going to stop until it goes through.”
Overall, Sayward said that while she will no longer be in office, she would not be leaving the political arena entirely.
“I want to stay active,” she said. “I couldn’t just go home and not do anything. You have to keep the brain active and keep involved in something.
“Also, I want to do a little traveling and I am going to have a bigger garden.”