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Poughkeepsie, N.Y. - Joined by her family, Dutchess County Comptroller Robin Lois paused from her work at the County Office Building to take her oath of office for her second term as Dutchess County Comptroller. Due to COVID restrictions, the brief and intimate ceremony was held in the Dutchess County Courthouse with the oath of office administered by The Honorable Christi Acker, Supreme Court Justice for the 9th Judicial District.
“I am proud of the work we have done and accomplishments we have achieved during my first term, but there is still much more to do,” said Dutchess County Comptroller Robin Lois. “I am honored to have been chosen by the people of Dutchess County to serve another four years as their Comptroller, and I look forward to building upon our office’s great work of protecting taxpayer dollars.”
Congratulations poured in from leaders around the State and region following the ceremony.
“Comptroller Robin Lois has spent the last four years affirming what a great choice she was for the voters of Dutchess County,” stated New York State Comptroller Tom DiNapoli. “She has consistently done her job professionally, putting her constituents over politics and striving to maintain the independence of this important office. And she continues to be a great partner to me in maintaining accountability and transparency to the taxpayers of Dutchess County. I look forward to working with her in the years ahead.”
“I am delighted to congratulate Robin Lois, my friend and colleague in public service, on being sworn in for a second term as Dutchess County Comptroller,” said Assemblymember Didi Barrett. “Her dynamic leadership and attention to detail are tremendous assets that benefit the residents of Dutchess County. I look forward to continuing to work together on the shared issues that impact our beloved Hudson Valley region. Congratulations Robin!”
“Congratulations to Robin Lois and to the residents of Dutchess County for having re-elected an extremely competent and conscientious Comptroller,” said Assemblymember Jonathan Jacobson. “During her first term in office, Robin Lois proved herself to be a careful overseer of county spending. As a public servant of the highest integrity, Robin will continue to ensure that taxpayer dollars are spent wisely and well."