Cabinet members are reaching out to communities delivering the governors message. The idea may seem simple but Governor Cuomo hopes this new idea will impact everyone. Governor Cuomo says New York has problems and he says his staff is confronting those issues with big solutions. Days after his state of the state address, members of his cabinet have already begun to implement one idea. "He was going to get Albany out of Albany, and so many of us are working across the state with the Governor, going into communities, cities, towns and villages and hearing first hand and working closely with local elected leaders on the issues that they face and certainly bringing that message back to Albany." Cabinet members are out listening to their boss and delivering the message that it's time to get back to work, building New York together. "Governor Cuomo has talked about we need a spark in this economy and everything he talked about in the state of the state message and what we talk about is jobs, jobs, jobs. We need to spur the economic activity in this state enlight of what's going on in the world." Matt Driscoll is the former mayor of Syracuse and he says what the governor is doing is unprecedented. "We always did see our local assembly and senate people but rarely did we see key cabinet members and the Governor as much as Governor Cuomo is doing now and I just think it's good business by the Governor to really interact more on a local level with people across the state."