I am asking for your help in our continuing fight against deafening airplane noise in our community.
The Port Authority is looking to expand and reconfigure runways at JFK airport which will result in increased air traffic and aircraft noise over our neighborhoods. Now is the time for us to raise our voices before they are drowned out by the roar of aircraft engines overhead.
Senator Jack M. Martins was honored to have attended the Floral Park Woman's Club 115th Year Anniversary and Luncheon Program. Senator Martins wished the Floral Park Woman's Club many more years of success!
Senator Jack M. Martins, in cooperation with Nassau County, sponsored a Kid Pix program at the Hillside Library in New Hyde Park. Over 150 kids received free i.d.'s that help protect children in an emergency. Senator Martins thanks Nassau County, the Hillside Public Library for hosting and all those who came out for this worthwhile program.
Senator Jack M. Martins was honored to have attended today's opening of 3rd Annual Gold Coast International Film Festival at the Bow Tie Manhasset Cinema. For all the information on the festival, visit www.goldcoastfilmfestival.org.
he Gold Coast International Film Festival was founded with the purpose of establishing a home on Long Island to showcase the work of exceptional filmmakers and provide the public with an insider’s view of the film industry. Festival events include screenings, workshops, conversations with prominent members of the film community, parties and a gala.
It's time once again for the Senator Jack Martins Thanksgiving Essay Contest, open to all sixth grade students who reside in the 7th Senate District. Now in its third year, The Senator Martins Thanksgiving Essay Contest has received numerous submission over the first two years with students writing about what they are most thankful for.
As has been the tradition, students are being asked to write an essay, "What Are You Most Thankful For?"
Last year, many of the essays focused on students' being thankful that their families were safe after Hurricane Sandy. Each year presents another opportunity for a student to express what he or she is thankful for whether it be their family, friends, school, their country, or whatever it is you want to write about.
Senator Jack M. Martins has been tapped by Governor Andrew Cuomo to serve on the state’s new Financial Restructuring Board (FRB) for Local Governments, which is tasked with creating restructuring strategies and long-term solutions for municipalities under fiscal stress.
One of six individuals appointed to the board from across the state, Senator Martins, as Chairman of the Senate Local Government Committee and as the former Mayor of the Village of Mineola, will lend his expertise to help develop individualized plans for distressed municipalities that wish to better manage their finances and operate more efficiently.
Senator Jack M. Martins secured state funding to alleviate a dangerous traffic condition in Plandome Mayor. Working with the Village of Plandome Manor Mayor Barbara Donno, Nassau County Executive Ed Mangano and Nassau County Legislator Richard Nicolello, the dangerous traffic conditions that exist at the triangle intersection of North Plandome Road, Plandome Road and Stonytown Road in will soon be a think of the past.
Senator Jack M. Martins had a great time at the Westbury Fair on Saturday. There are great things happening in Westbury. Most recently, the theater, named "The Space" at Westbury, opened at 250 Post Avenue and is a major step in the revitalization of the downtown area. Mayor Peter Cavallaro, Deputy Mayor Joan Boes and the board of trustees are doing an outstanding job.
Pictured are Mayor Cavallaro and Village Trustees Bill Wise, Steve Corte and Beaumont Jefferson.
Senator Jack M. Martins participated in a hearing held by the Senate Standing Committee on Investigations and Government Operations and the Senate Standing Committee on Finance to examine the tax policy in New York State and reform initiatives to find ways to provide relief to families and businesses in the state.