WATERLOO- Senator Mike Nozzolio recently stopped to congratulate the members of the Sampson Veterans Memorial Cemetery board of directors and their volunteers on their very successful golf tournament. Proceeds from the event will benefit the cemetery. Senator Nozzolio helped to create the cemetery as a final and peaceful resting place, that will serve as a lasting, permanent memorial to those who answered the call of duty, and served their nation with honor and dignity.
State Senator Hugh T. Farley (R, C, I - Schenectady) today dedicated the new Beech-Nut processing and packaging plant in the Town of FLorida. The company has also moved its corporate headquarters from St. Louis, Missouri, to the new facility.
Catherine McVay Hughes is vice chair of Community Board 1; however she was absent from Tuesday’s full board meeting, and for good reason. She was in Albany, being honored at the recommendation of State Senator Daniel Squadron for her role as a community leader in Lower Manhattan, the senator’s district.
“The idea is really to focus on someone whose community activism has made a significant contribution - politics aside,” said Squadron.
Palmyra - Senator Mike Nozzolio recently recognized responders from Manchester, Palmyra, Port Gibson, Wallington, and Macedon Fire Departments who assisted with the Palmyra VFW fire at their appreciation dinner. Senator Nozzolio expressed his deep gratitude for the exceptional heroism, and service they provided to the Palmyra VFW and local community.
Brooklyn- State Senator Martin J. Golden (R-C-I, 22nd District), today is announcing that McKinley Junior High School 8th Grade student Norman Zhao has been selected as the winner of the 8th Annual “State Senator For A Day” essay contest. In his essay, Norman wrote about the importance of the Brooklyn Public Library, and how as a Senator, he would work to prevent any budget cuts to libraries.
Senator Hugh T. Farley (R,C,I – Schenectady) capped his observance of Memorial Day 2010 with visits to three Montgomery County Memorial Day parades on Monday, May 31--Fonda-Fultonville, Hagaman, and the Town of Glen. In the course of the annual observance, Senator Farley marched in eight such parades, the above three, plus Johnstown in Fulton County, Rotterdam and Scotia in Schenectady County, and Corinth in Saratoga County.
Senator Foley with members of the Brentwood Legion Volunteer Ambulance at the Brentwood LIFE event. The goal of the event was to bring the community together to combat the negative elements that exist within the community and was attended by nearly 1,000 people.
Senator Foley and Assemblyman Ramos with Ana Torres of Shepard's Gate at the Brentwood LIFE event. The goal of the event was to bring the community together to combat the negative elements that exist within the community and was attended by nearly 1,000 people.
Senator Foley and Assemblyman Ramos with Ruth Martinez of Brentwood Residents Against Violence Everyday (BRAVE) at the Brentwood LIFE event. The goal of the event was to bring the community together to combat the negative elements that exist within the community and was attended by nearly 1,000 people.
Senator Brian X. Foley (D – Blue Point) announced the passage of legislation that would change the way in which state aid overpayments to county vocational education and extension boards (CVEEB) are recovered.
The legislation does away with the current practice of requiring the boards to return overpayments but cutting a check to the state in one lump sum, which places a great deal of fiscal strain on the boards. The new practice would allow boards to repay the state through reductions in future state aid payments, amortized over three years.