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Serrano Winter 2011 Newsletter

Click below for Senator Serrano's Winter 2011 Newsletter!

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Serrano Winter Districtwide NL.pdf

December 12, 2011
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SENATOR BALL ANNOUNCES $67 MILLION IN FUNDING TO PUT THE HUDSON VALLEY BACK TO WORK

 

Carmel, N.Y. – (12/12/11) – Senator Greg Ball (R, C – Patterson) announced $67 million that has been awarded by the Regional Economic Development Council to move forward with a total of 61 job creating projects in the Hudson Valley.

December 12, 2011
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Senator McDonald & Congressman Gibson Host Disabilities Awareness Day at the Wilton Mall

Saratoga Springs, NY — In an effort to highlight groups and organizations that provide services to individuals with disabilities and their families, Senator Roy McDonald and Congressman Chris Gibson (NY-20) were joined by Assemblyman Tony Jordan, Wilton Supervisor Art Johnson and Saratoga Springs Supervisor Matthew Veitch for Disabilities Awareness Day at the Wilton Mall on Saturday December 10th.

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SENATOR GOLDEN SUPPORTS MIDDLE CLASS TAX CUT AND JOB CREATION PLAN NOW LAW IN NEW YORK STATE

Brooklyn - State Senator Martin J. Golden (R-C-I, Brooklyn) is announcing today that Governor Andrew M. Cuomo has signed the Middle Class Tax Cut and Job Creation Plan that will reduce taxes for millions of hardworking, middle-class taxpayers to their lowest levels in more than half a century. Senator Golden, last week, joined his colleagues in the New York State Senate in approving the comprehensive legislation that will help strengthen our economy and create new jobs by eliminating the job-killing MTA payroll tax for more than 78 percent of the small employers that pay the tax. The plan will provide a total of more than $3.3 billion in tax relief to individuals and businesses.

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Senator Golden attended YAI's Holuday Party

He is pictured here with Lisa Black, Sr. Supervisor of YAI's Supportive Living Program, Fred Feibusch, Sr. Residential Director, and Paula Gibly, Sr. Residential Coordinator.

December 12, 2011
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Senator O'Mara, Assemblyman Friend holding community meeting in Horseheads later today

Horseheads, N.Y., December 12—New York State Senator Tom O’Mara (R-C, Big Flats) and Assemblyman Chris Friend (R-Big Flats) today reminded area residents that they will hold a community meeting later today in the village of Horseheads (Chemung County).

Today’s meeting is scheduled to begin at 5:30 p.m. at the Horseheads Village Fire Department (134 N. Main Street).

December 12, 2011
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SENATOR GOLDEN’S STATEMENT ON THE MURDER OF POLICE OFFICER PETER FIGOSKI

Brooklyn – State Senator Martin J. Golden (R-C-I, Brooklyn), a former New York City Police Officer, has issued the following statement in response to the murder of New York City Police Officer Peter Figoski:

 

“This morning I was informed of the brutal murder of Officer Peter Figoski. My deepest condolences go out to his family, and as a former member of the NYPD, I know too well the dangers every member of the force faces protecting our citizens and keeping New York safe.

 

December 12, 2011
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Statement from Senator McDonald on Capital Region Economic Development Awards

"This is the first phase in an economic development plan attempting to change what had become an anti-business culture in New York State," said Senator Roy McDonald (R-Saratoga).

December 9, 2011
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LOHUD: YORKTOWN, COPS, FIRE OFFICIALS GRILL POWER COMPANIES AT BALL STORM RESPONSE FORUM

 

Written by: Brian J. Howard

YORKTOWN — Police and fire officials were as frustrated as homeowners dealing with the power companies following two recent storms that slammed the region.

December 9, 2011
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THE PATCH: REACTING TO FALLEN POWER LINES, DARK HOMES

 

By Tom Bartley

Elected officials, utility executives and first-responders picked through the remains of two recent storms Thursday, seeking better ways to address downed power lines, fallen trees and darkened homes.

December 9, 2011
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