The New York City Department of Finance is implementing a new program to assist property owners by allerting them when documents are recorded without their knowledge. This will allow them to take steps to limit the harm caused by the recording of a fraudulent document.
As we approach the anniversary of September 11th and the most horrific terrorist attack on American soil, it is important that we pause to recognize the sacrifices, commitment and dedication of the thousands of Americans who answered the call to duty on that fateful day. Earlier this week, a 70-foot steel column from the World Trade Center was put in place at ground zero in Manhattan.
Senator Mike Nozzolio recently honored Ron Hermanet with a special New York State Resolution, recognizing his 22 years of distinguished services as Commissioner of the Walworth Fire Department. Ron selflessly dedicated his life to bravely serving and protecting his community. Senator Nozzolio felt privileged to have the opportunity to recognize Ron’s dedication.
Pictured left to right: Jim Drew, Chairman of the Board of Commissioners; Assemblyman Bob Oaks; Commissioner Rob Hermanet; Diane Hermanet; Senator Mike Nozzolio; Jack Leasure, President of the Board of Directors
State Senator John J. Bonacic (R/I/C – Mt. Hope), praised Senate Democratic Leader John Sampson’s support for non-partisan redistricting and urged the Democratic Leader to call the Senate back into session for an immediate vote on it.
September 8, 2010Pastor Terry JonesDove World Outreach Center5805 Northwest 37th StreetGainesville, Florida 32653Dear Pastor Jones:As a New York State Senator, the President of the New York Hispanic Clergy Organization, and the pastor of a Pentecostal Church I am writing this letter to you to express how offended I am about your vow to set fire to the Koran on September 11th. I am glad that the National Association of Evangelicals also condemns your plans. Please do not do it!
In light of the most recent series of brush fires that have broken out on Staten Island this week, Senator Andrew Lanza is blasting the Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) for their lack of action with regards to phragmite removal. For years now elected officials on Staten Island – both Republican and Democrat - have pled with DEC to protect residents from these invasive and combustible weeds which cause dangerous brush fires. Senator Lanza says “Enough is enough.”