(ALBANY, N.Y.) -- Governor Andrew Cuomo, on Monday, sent out greetings to New Yorkers celebrating the Jewish New Year, known as Rosh Hashanah.
In a statement, Governor Cuomo described the occasion as being a "joyous" one, but also one that calls for reflection and a focus on new beginnings.
"It is with a spirit of renewed hope and promise that we all join New Yorkers celebrating the start of this year," Cuomo said.
"During this holy period for many New York residents, we once again celebrate the diversity that strengthens and energizes our state and redouble our efforts to work together to create a better future for all," he said.
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