Issues: Miscellaneous

December 31, 2010
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December 31, 2010
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SENATOR FUSCHILLO & MEPHAM STUDENTS TEAM UP TO “EXTEND THE HOLIDAYS” FOR CHILDREN IN WINTHROP HOSPITAL

Photo caption: Senator Fuschillo (right) visits Mepham High School to pick up toys collected by the Student Council for his “Extend the Holidays” toy drive. He is joined by (l-r) Mepham Principal Mike Harrington, Jessica Dwyer, Jessica Ambrecht, Student Council Advisor Mary Corbelli, Amanda Vera, Joann Delauter, and Alexandra Gellin.  

December 30, 2010
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SENATOR GOLDEN ON SNOWSTORM OUTREACH

Brooklyn – State Senator Martin J. Golden (R-C-I, Brooklyn) has maintained office hours for constituent concerns throughout the aftermath of the storm. Hundreds of unplowed streets have been reported as well as abandoned cars to be towed. Throughout the aftermath of the storm maintaining contact with city officials as well as CERT and the volunteer ambulance groups has been a priority and is starting to pay off.

Senator Golden stated “Today most streets in my district are plowed and those that have not been done will be today according to the Mayor’s office. The hundreds of unplowed streets in the different neighborhoods have been one of my priorities these last few days.”

December 30, 2010
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Blood Donations Needed Due to Inclement Weather

There is such a great demand for blood in our community and in our City reports indicate that every three seconds, someone needs blood. With the inclement weather donations are down making the need even greater. I would like to urge those eligible to donate blood to help their fellow New Yorkers in their time of need. . Please contact the New York Blood Center at 800-933-2566 or visit www.nybloodcenter.org to find a location near you to make a donation. You can also contact the Coney Island Hospital Blood Bank at 718-616-4460 or at http://www.coneyislandhospital.com/service.php?SIID=119

December 29, 2010
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Access to State and Local Government

New York government is comprised of numerous state agencies, boards and commissions that implement a broad range of programs and services-- programs and services that impact and can benefit our lives in many ways. So I’ve always believed that my No. 1 responsibility is to provide as much information and facilitate as much access as I possibly can to what’s available.

December 29, 2010
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Access to State and Local Government

New York government is comprised of over 100 state agencies, boards and commissions that implement a broad range of programs and services-- programs and services that impact and can benefit our lives in many ways. So I’ve always believed that my No. 1 responsibility is to provide as much information and facilitate as much access as I possibly can to what’s available.

December 29, 2010
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Senator Jack Martins listens to his younger constituents during a visit to Dutch Broadway School

Martins Hits Ground Running Visiting Elmont Schools!

State Senator Elect Jack Martins has kept his word to the Elmont community again today as he has made yet another stop in the community to highlight a priority of his- public education. This time, Dutch Broadway School was the scene for Martin’s visit.

Joining the Senator on the visit was Elmont School Supt. Al Harper, Dutch Broadway Principal Walter Aksionoff, Elmont Coalition Chair Sandra Smith, School Trustee Michael Jaime and Elmont residents Franklin Thomas, Marvin Lee and Scott Cushing.

December 28, 2010
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5th Graders show Senator Martins their projects in the Dutch Broadway Computer Lab

Martins Hits Ground Running Visiting Elmont Schools!

State Senator Elect Jack Martins has kept his word to the Elmont community again today as he has made yet another stop in the community to highlight a priority of his- public education. This time, Dutch Broadway School was the scene for Martin’s visit.

Joining the Senator on the visit was Elmont School Supt. Al Harper, Dutch Broadway Principal Walter Aksionoff, Elmont Coalition Chair Sandra Smith, School Trustee Michael Jaime and Elmont residents Franklin Thomas, Marvin Lee and Scott Cushing.

December 28, 2010
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1st graders show off their art and thank Senator Martins for dropping by their Class

Martins Hits Ground Running Visiting Elmont Schools!

State Senator Elect Jack Martins has kept his word to the Elmont community again today as he has made yet another stop in the community to highlight a priority of his- public education. This time, Dutch Broadway School was the scene for Martin’s visit.

Joining the Senator on the visit was Elmont School Supt. Al Harper, Dutch Broadway Principal Walter Aksionoff, Elmont Coalition Chair Sandra Smith, School Trustee Michael Jaime and Elmont residents Franklin Thomas, Marvin Lee and Scott Cushing.

December 28, 2010
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Mrs. Capitlelli's students welcome Senator Martins to Dutch Broadway School

Martins Hits Ground Running Visiting Elmont Schools!

State Senator Elect Jack Martins has kept his word to the Elmont community again today as he has made yet another stop in the community to highlight a priority of his- public education. This time, Dutch Broadway School was the scene for Martin’s visit.

Joining the Senator on the visit was Elmont School Supt. Al Harper, Dutch Broadway Principal Walter Aksionoff, Elmont Coalition Chair Sandra Smith, School Trustee Michael Jaime and Elmont residents Franklin Thomas, Marvin Lee and Scott Cushing.

December 28, 2010
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STATEMENT FROM SENATOR GOLDEN ON LOCAL CONDITIONS FOLLOWING SNOWSTORM

 

Brooklyn – State Senator Martin J. Golden (R-C-I, Brooklyn) today issued the following statement in response to the weather related events of this past weekend:

 

“I am maintaining contact with and have spoke with City officials, the Mayor’s office, the Sanitation Department, our local police precincts, our hospitals and our volunteer ambulance services and the New York City Transit Authority, to bring to their attention the concerns of our community. I have made it clear to City authorities that resources must be deployed to our area to ensure public safety and so to also allow people to move around in some manner.

 

December 28, 2010
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Winter Safety Tips

Winter weather can be unforgiving at times, delivering lake-effect snows and ice storms, blizzard-like conditions and subzero temperatures. It is important that we are prepared to safely enjoy the winter season.

December 28, 2010
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Winter Safety Tips

Winter weather can be unforgiving at times, delivering lake-effect snows and ice storms, blizzard-like conditions and subzero temperatures. It is important that we are prepared to safely enjoy the winter season.

December 28, 2010
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Winter Safety Tips

Winter weather can be unforgiving at times, delivering lake-effect snows and ice storms, blizzard-like conditions and subzero temperatures. It is important that we are prepared to safely enjoy the winter season.

December 28, 2010
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Winter Safety Tips

Winter weather can be unforgiving at times, delivering lake-effect snows and ice storms, blizzard-like conditions and subzero temperatures. It is important that we are prepared to safely enjoy the winter season.

December 28, 2010
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Winter Safety Tips

Winter weather can be unforgiving at times, delivering lake-effect snows and ice storms, blizzard-like conditions and subzero temperatures. It is important that we are prepared to safely enjoy the winter season.

December 28, 2010
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Winter Safety Tips

Winter weather can be unforgiving at times, delivering lake-effect snows and ice storms, blizzard-like conditions and subzero temperatures. It is important that we are prepared to safely enjoy the winter season.

December 28, 2010
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Saving Energy, Saving Money: Energy Tips for Residents in the 60th Senate District

Don’t be left out in the old with high heating bills:Lower the thermostat-- For every one degree you set back your thermostat, you can save 1 to 3 percent on your annual heating bill.-- Turn down your thermostat when you leave your house for two or more hours. It takes less energy to warm a cool house than to maintain a higher temperature all day and night.-- An automatic setback thermostat can cut heating costs by raising and lowering the temperature at preset times.Keep out the cold

December 28, 2010
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