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Senator Nozzolio Recognizes Webster Students Who “Make A Difference”

Recently I had the pleasure to recognize recipients of the 2011 Webster Police 1000 Club "Making a Difference" Awards. The award honors students in the Webster School District who have made a positive impact on their community.

 Pictured left to right are: Gerald Pickering, Webster Police Chief; Senator Mike Nozzolio; Sean Walsh, President of the Webster 1000 Club; Julie Anderson, Webster Schroeder; Mark Johns, NYS Assembly; Corey Shaw, Webster Schroeder; Peter Elder, Mayor of the Village of Webster; Rachael Whitmire, Webster Christian; Melody Marshall, Webster Christian; and Ron Nesbitt, Supervisor of the Town of Webster.

 

March 9, 2011
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LAWMAKERS CALL ON GOVERNOR TO AX OCFS COMMISSIONER AFTER FURTHER EVIDENCE OF VIOLENCE IN JUVENILE HOMES

With shocking new video evidence revealing continued violence in New York’s juvenile centers, state lawmakers are calling on Governor Cuomo to fire Office of Children and Family Services Commissioner (OCFS) Gladys Carrion.

Security video footage, unveiled by former state Commission of Correction’s employee Eileen Carpenter at a recent press conference in Albany, showed graphic images of residents violently assaulting each other and staff in the state’s four juvenile secure centers.

"I commend Ms. Carpenter’s courage for coming forward and exposing the truth about the violence that continues under Commissioner Carrion. This video confirms the chaos that has been created by her irresponsible policies," said Senator Catharine Young (R,I,C - Olean).

March 9, 2011
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Senator Reverend Rubén Díaz to Governor Andrew Cuomo: Your Priorities are Out of Line with the Urgencies of the Day

 

For Immediate Release

March 9, 2011

Senator Reverend Rubén Díaz to Governor Andrew Cuomo: Your Priorities are Out of Line with the Urgencies of the Day

New York State Senator Reverend Rubén Díaz (D-Bronx) has issued the following statement in response to Governor Andrew Cuomo’s meeting today to strategize about how to legalize homosexual marriage in New York State:

March 9, 2011
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Senator Gianaris at a Press Conference with former NYC Mayor Ed Koch

Senator Gianaris at a PressConference with former NYC Mayor Ed Koch urging the Senate Republicans to live up to their promise and pass the pledge to reform the way Albany works.

March 9, 2011
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Senator Zeldin Meets With Students from Briarcliffe College

Albany, NY- State Senator Lee Zeldin (R, C, I- Shirley) recently met with students from Briarcliffe College located in Patchogue, NY.  The college students visited Albany as part of their annual lobby day. Pictured here(left to right) are: Shomari Dias, Simone McCroy, Senator Zeldin, Kathy Genua, Dean of Student Affairs, Edward Martinez, Director of Student Life, Chris Myrtel, Angela Pannullo.  

March 9, 2011
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SENATOR GOLDEN TO HONOR LOCAL LEADERS IN CELEBRATION OF IRISH HERITAGE

Brooklyn- State Senator Martin J. Golden (R-C-I, 22nd Senate District) is announcing that he will be honoring local leaders in conjunction with the celebration of Irish Heritage Month.

The honorees to be recognized include:

Richard Cannon

New York City FDNY and Executive Member of FDNY Fire Family Transport Foundation

Member, Holy Name Society and Emerald Society

Volunteer with Wounded Warrior Project

Martin Connelly

Retired, New York City Fire Department

US Coast Guard

Scout Master, former PTA President, and member of the Cort Club and American Legion

Kevin Cottingham

Retired, New York City Police Department

March 9, 2011
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Senator Montgomery Votes to Preserve Seniority & Tenure Rights of Educators

At a recent meeting of the Senate Education Committee, Senator Montgomery spoke out against the Last In, First Out (LIFO) bill (S.3501), which attempts to leverage the state’s current fiscal crisis to eliminate the seniority and tenure rights of all New Year City educators. Moreover, the bill is a blatant attempt at union busting, demonstrating a clear and dangerous disregard for the rights of educators that have been negotiated and defined through collective bargaining.

March 9, 2011
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Senator Adriano Espaillat Selected as Chair of Senate Latino Caucus

(New York, NY) – Members of the New York State Senate Puerto Rican/Latino Caucus have selected Senator Adriano Espaillat (D – Manhattan/Bronx) to chair the caucus. Sen. Espaillat was nominated by the previous chair, Senator Ruben Diaz, and chosen unanimously as the new chair.

March 9, 2011
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STATE SENATE HONORS THE MEMORY OF SEAFORD RESIDENT BILL POWELL

Senate Passes Fuschillo Resolution Honoring Mr. Powell’s Many Years of Community Service 

March 9, 2011
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Senator Ritchie Meets with Ogdensburg Bishop Terry LaValley in Albany

New York State Senator Patty Ritchie visited with Ogdensburg Bishop Terry LaValley during his visit to Albany on Tuesday.Bishop LaValley oversees the Roman Catholic diocese of Ogdensburg which stretches from the shores of Lake Ontario to the shores of Lake Champlain, stretching along New York State's border with Canada. Bishop LaValley was one of over 1,000 Roman Catholics from across New York State who visited the state legislature with the New York State Catholic Conference to talk about issues affecting Catholic schools and the New York's Catholics.Senator Ritchie's 48th senate district includes Jefferson and a portion of St. Lawrence County that is included in Bishop LaValley's diocese.Catholics at the Capitol is an annual event.

March 9, 2011
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Legislative Update From Albany With Senator Jack M. Martins

Senator Jack M. Martins talks about the latest happenings in Albany with his legislative update.

 

 

March 9, 2011
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Senator Ritchie Supporting "Recharge New York" Jobs Bill

State Sen. Patty Ritchie is expecting the “Recharge New York” bill she is cosponsoring will pass the State Senate later today. She said the bill will help upstate businesses create jobs and help farmers reduce their energy costs.“I am very pleased to see these vital reforms moving forward through the state legislature,” said Senator Ritchie. “It’s long past time that New York State recognizes that our farms and our agriculture industry is vital to revitalizing the upstate economy.”

“I particularly want to thank State Sen. George Maziarz, the chairman of the Senate Energy Committee, for his efforts to make sure that the needs of upstate’s businesses and our family farms were protected in this legislation,” she said. 

March 8, 2011
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Senator Continues His Support For Sportsmen’s Rights

Lyons - Senator Mike Nozzolio recently addressed members of the Wayne County Federation of Sportsmen’s Club and the Wayne County Chapter of S.C.O.P.E. at their Annual Banquet.

Pictured with Senator Nozzolio are (left) John Piczkur, Chairman of Wayne County Chapter of S.C.O.P.E.; and (right) Dan Gilmore, President of Wayne County Federation of Sportsmen’s Club.

 

March 8, 2011
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