Issues: Jobs & Employment

DAILY POUND RIDGE: BALL ADDRESSES JOB CREATION AT POUND RIDGE MEETING

by Bob Dumas

POUND RIDGE, N.Y. – State Sen. Greg Ball (R, C – Patterson) reviewed the state legislature’s last session for the Pound Ridge Town Board last week, covering topics that ranged from job creation to the tax cap to unfunded mandates.

October 11, 2011
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THE EXAMINER: BALL TALKS N.Y. BUSINESS ENVIRONMENT, IBM INVESTMENT

by Kerry Barger

Seeking to weigh both the positives and negatives of New York State’s economic climate, State Sen. Greg Ball continued his town hall tour last Wednesday before the Carmel Town Board.

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October 10, 2011
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Huffington Post Op-Ed: Beyond the Occupation

By State Senator Daniel Squadron and Assemblyman Rory Lancman

Much has been made of the lack of specific demands of the Occupy Wall Street protesters.   But the themes underlying the protests are clear: accountability on Wall Street for the financial crisis that tanked the global economy; shared sacrifice as we pull ourselves out of an economic mess that the middle class and working poor didn't create; and a political system controlled by people, not corporations.

October 7, 2011
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BALL DEMANDS ANSWERS IN NANO DEAL

 

Senator Sends Letter to Governor Demanding Accountability in $400 Million Deal to Prevent Off-shoring NY Jobs

October 6, 2011
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LOHUD: BALL JOINS WITH FORMER WHITE PLAINS MAYOR

Posted by: Mike Risinit

Republican state Senator Greg Ball will be at the Carmel Town Board meeting tomorrow night (Wednesday 10/5) to talk about creating jobs and economic revitalization. He will team up with former White Plains Mayor Joseph Delfino.

October 5, 2011
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MEDIA ADVISORY: SENATOR BALL PAIRS WITH ECONOMIC HEAVYWEIGHT TO CREATE JOBS

***WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 5th at 7 P.M.***

Ball, Delfino Discuss Economic Recovery at Carmel Town Hall

October 4, 2011
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LOHUD: BALL QUESTIONS STATE AID IN $4.4B HI-TECH DEAL

Posted by: Joseph Spector

Sen. Greg Ball, R-Patterson, Putnam County, said today he’s “demanding answers” after Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced last Tuesday a widely praised deal where IBM, Intel and other technology companies plan to invest $4.4 billion for nanotechnology research across the Hudson Valley and in other parts of upstate.

October 4, 2011
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CAPITOL CONFIDENTIAL: BALL QUESTIONS CUOMO’S NANO DEAL

by Jimmy Vielkind

Sen. Greg Ball is questioning the economic development deal announced last week by Gov. Andrew Cuomo, which will help a consortium of tech companies research chip manufacturing on 450-millimeter wafers.

October 4, 2011
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LOHUD: BALL ON CLINTON ON NEW YORK

Posted by: Mike Risinit

Former President Bill Clinton yesterday weighed in on Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s efforts at creating regional economic councils, saying the move has increased confidence among outsiders in New York’s government.

September 30, 2011
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September 28, 2011
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DAILY CORTLANDT: SPECIAL SESSION ON JOBS IS NEEDED

The following is written by NY State Senator Greg Ball (R,C Patterson), 40th District:

September 26, 2011
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BALL MAKES JOBS #1 PRIORITY

Senator Visits One-Stop Employment Center in Carmel

September 23, 2011
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SENATOR BALL DEMANDS SPECIAL SESSION ON JOBS!

 400,000 New Jobless Claims, Dow Falls 391 Points

September 23, 2011
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LEWISBORO LEDGER: LEGISLATORS LOOK AHEAD

Written by: Matt Spillane

Citizens across the country are concerned about the nation’s high unemployment rate, and those concerns, which are undoubtedly shared by many Lewisboro residents, are being heard loud and clear by the town’s political delegates.

Lewisboro’s representatives at the county, state and federal levels recently spoke to The Ledger about their goals and priorities for the next year, and employment was their first topic of discussion.

“The number one theme, of course, is job creation in our Hudson Valley and across the United States,” Congresswoman Nan Hayworth, 19th District, said this week.

September 22, 2011
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POUGHKEEPSIE JOURNAL: EMPLOYERS, JOB SEEKERS CONVENE AT CHAMBER CAREER FAIR

Written by: Sarah Bradshaw

It’s Ronald Bullock’s career dream to be a chef and a business owner.

But the former construction worker hasn’t had steady employment since 2008, and he needs to make money before he can start a small business, the 43-year-old married Walden resident said.

That’s what brought him 25 miles to the Dutchess County Regional Chamber of Commerce’s Work Local First job fair Wednesday at the Poughkeepsie Grand Hotel.

September 22, 2011
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SENATOR BALL IS HIRING!!!

Senator Ball Accepts Applications at Dutchess County Job Fair

Poughkeepsie, N.Y. – (09/21/11) – Senator Greg Ball (R, C – Patterson) today teamed-up with the Dutchess County Chamber of Commerce to help local people find jobs. The Senator attended a job fair in Poughkeepsie, N.Y. where he accepted applications and resumes for positions open within his Senate office.

“Teaming up with the Chamber, and other employment resources, is critically important to getting people back to work,” said Ball. “At the state level, I’m calling on the governor to convene a Special Session focused specifically on jobs. We simply cannot wait until January to address this crisis,” added Ball.

September 22, 2011
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THE PATCH: SEN. BALL PLANS TO OPEN CAREER CENTER IN PEEKSKILL

 

By Liz Giegerich

As part of his focus on job creation in New York State District 40, Sen. Greg Ball announced plans to open a new office in Peekskill by early 2012. Ball made the announcement during a presentation to the Peekskill Common Council at their work session last night.

September 20, 2011
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THE PATCH: SEN. BALL TALKS SMALL BUSINESS, PENSIONS AND VETERANS AFFAIRS WITH PEEKSKILL OFFICIALS

 

By Liz Giegerich

During New York Senator Greg Ball’s visit to Peekskill’s Committee of the Whole meeting last night, city officials asked him for help where they need it most-with pension costs, financing for their struggling small businesses and to help with infrastructure repairs.

September 20, 2011
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