Issues: Senior Centers

Staten Island Cooling Centers: Where to Go

This weekend we are expecting record high temperatures. Staten Islanders can go cool off at one of the following cooling centers:

Mariners Harbor22 Roxbury St Staten Island, N.Y. 10303 (718) 494-1818

South Beach126 Lamport Blvd Staten Island, N.Y. 10305 (718) 448-5854

West Brighton230 Broadway Staten Island, N.Y. 10310 (718) 727-9763

Berry Houses26 Dongan Hill AvenueStaten Island, NY 10306(718) 351-3466

July 2, 2010
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Espada Keeps His Word to Senior Citizens:

RAIN Bailey and Tolentine-Zeiser Will Stay Open

Press Contact: Steve Mangione (mobile) 914-403-4072

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30, 2010

When State Senate Majority Leader Pedro Espada, Jr. visited senior centers in his 33rd district in May during pre-Mother’s Day festivities, he presented the seniors with a momentous gift and this reassuring message: “Your centers will not be closed.”

June 30, 2010
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Budget Protects Schools, Provides Property Tax Relief And Makes Smart Spending Cuts

The Senate Democratic Majority has passed both the Education, Labor and Family Assistance (ELFA: S6603/S6607) and the Health and Human Services (HHS: S6604/A6608) budget bills which:

Protects our children’s education.
Provides much-needed property tax relief.
Makes the smart spending cuts to give New Yorkers a government they can afford.
Maintains the state’s investment in the Tuition Assistance Program which helps tens of thousands of students succeed in college annually.
Ensures support for unemployed New Yorkers who are seeking work as a result of the national economic downturn.
Delivers the services and programs most important to the health and well being of our seniors and New Yorkers with disabilities.

 

June 28, 2010
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Budget Protects Schools, Provides Property Tax Relief And Makes Smart Spending Cuts

The Senate Democratic Majority has passed both the Education, Labor and Family Assistance (ELFA: S6603/S6607) and the Health and Human Services (HHS: S6604/A6608) budget bills which:

June 28, 2010
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Thompson Pushing For State Wide Solar Compliance "Switch No Longer Needed."

For Immediate ReleaseJune 24, 2010Contact: Ken Houston 716.854.8705 houston@senate.ny.us

Buffalo, NY – New York State Senator Antoine Thompson (D-parts of Erie & Niagara Counties) passes legislation that changes the rules when it comes to residential   solar electric generating equipment.

June 28, 2010
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SENATOR MARTY GOLDEN ANNOUNCES LOCAL SENIOR CENTERS TO REMAIN OPEN

Brooklyn - State Senator Martin J. Golden (R-C-I, Brooklyn) today issued the following statement in response to reports that two senior centers in his district, the Fort Hamilton-Saint John’s Satellite and the Moose Lodge Senior Center will continue to operate beyond June 30th.

June 28, 2010
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Senate And Assembly Introduce Joint Budget Legislation To Keep Government Working

The Senate and Assembly have reached joint agreement on budget bills that will guarantee the preservation of essential services, and continue to close down the state’s budget deficit. These bills include the remaining fields of the budget:

June 26, 2010
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ADDABBO: PEARLE VISION COMING TO MASPETH SELF-HELP SENIOR CENTER ON JUNE 25, GIVING FREE EYE EXAMS TO MASPETH’S OLDER ADULTS

Queens, NY, June 23, 2010 -- NYS Senator Joseph P. Addabbo, Jr., will bring his once-a-month series of free eye exams by Pearle Vision's Ozone Park staff to the Maspeth Self-Help Senior Center, 69-61 Grand Avenue, Maspeth, 718-429-3636, on Friday, June 25, from 10 AM – 11 AM.

June 23, 2010
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Senate Passes Bills to Improve Quality of Life for Seniors

Aubertine: Legislation Passed Provides Seniors Protections, Better Access to Care and Tax Relief

June 21, 2010
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Legislative Activity June 17, 2010: Senate Passes Legislation Protecting Communities From Pollution And More

The Senate Democratic Majority passed legislation today to cut greenhouse gas emissions by reducing the use of sulfur in our current heating practices. Additionally, the Senate stood by survivors of domestic violence by increasing the time they have in shelters as they seek permanent refuge from their attackers.

Reducing Sulfur to Promote Environmentally Friendly Heating

June 17, 2010
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Legislative Activity June 17, 2010: Senate Passes Legislation Protecting Communities From Pollution And More

The Senate Democratic Majority passed legislation today to cut greenhouse gas emissions by reducing the use of sulfur in our current heating practices. Additionally, the Senate stood by survivors of domestic violence by increasing the time they have in shelters as they seek permanent refuge from their attackers.

June 17, 2010
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6/17/2010: Seniors First

For Immediate Release: June 17, 2010

Contact: Ami Shah | shah@senate.state.ny.us | (518) 455-3531

SENIORS FIRST: SENATOR HUNTLEY ANNOUNCES LEGISLATIVE PACKAGE IMPROVING QUALITY OF LIFE FOR SENIORS

Sweeping Legislation Provides Better Access, Better Care

June 16, 2010
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Seniors First: Majority Passes Legislative Package Improving Quality Of Life For Seniors

The Senate Democratic Majority announced the passage of a comprehensive package of legislation expanding and increasing access to services for senior citizens.

June 16, 2010
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SENATOR KRUEGER & FELLOW DEMOCRATS RESTORE MONEY TO SENIOR CENTERS, AVOIDING DEVESTATING CUTS

For Immediate Release | June 14, 2010

Katie Kincaid | kincaid.nysenate@gmail.com | 646-784-0485

(Albany, NY) – State Senator Liz Krueger joined her Democratic Colleagues in voting to pass a budget extender which included a restoration of nearly $37 million in Title XX funds to be given to Senior Centers throughout New York City.

June 16, 2010
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Espada Helps Rescue Senior Centers from Closure

Espada Helps Rescue Rain Bailey, Tolentine-Zeiser and 7 Other Bronx Senior Centers from Mayor’s Targeted Closure

Press Contact: Steve Mangione (mobile) 914-403-4072 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE TUESDAY, JUNE 15, 2010

June 15, 2010
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ADDABBO, TITUS, LOCUST GROVE CIVIC & COMMUNITY BOARD 10 PROTEST PROPOSED SHUTDOWN OF SENIOR CENTERS

Queens, NY, June 11, 2010 – On Friday morning, June 11, NYS Senator Joseph P. Addabbo, Jr., was  joined by 35 Wakefield Senior Center members, NYS Assembly Member Michele Titus, Locust Grove Civic Association President Donna Gilmartin and Community Board 10 Chair Betty Braton, at a South Ozone Park community rally to protest threatened senior center closings during a tough economic climate and proposed state and city budget cuts.  The protest took place in front of the Knights of Columbus Hall, 135-45 Lefferts Boulevard, South Ozone Park.

June 15, 2010
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ADDABBO SETS METROCARD VAN FOR HOWARD BEACH & MIDDLE VILLAGE

WHEN: Wednesday, June 30 WHERE/TIME: Howard Beach Senior Center, 156-45 84th Street (10 AM – 12 Noon) & at St. Margaret's Golden Age Club (van parked in front of gym, just past church), 66-16 80th Street, Middle Village (1 - 3 PM) For the disabled and senior members of our community, it can be difficult to get around town. In an effort to provide more accessible service, New York City Transit has a mobile outreach program designed especially to serve their needs in their own communities. NYS Senator Joseph P.

June 30, 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
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Breaking Barriers: Majority Announces Legislative Package Expanding Opportunities For New Yorkers with Disabilities

(Albany, NY) The Senate Democratic Majority announced the passage of a comprehensive 9-point package of legislation providing New Yorkers with disabilities expanded access to polling places, transportation and medical equipment, as well outlawing discriminatory practices in employment, housing and public services.

June 10, 2010
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Committee Meeting: Children and Families Meeting: THIS MEETING WAS CANCELLED

Senate Standing Committee on Children and Families Senator Velmanette Montgomery, Chair 10:00 AM, Wednesday, June 2, 2010 Room 710 LOB

"THIS MEETING WAS CANCELLED"

June 2, 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM
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