Senator Serrano Meets with Advocates from the League of Humane Voters NYS

(Albany, NY)- Senator Serrano met with advocates from the League of Humane Voters New York State (LOHV-NYS) in Albany to discuss ways to better protect and care for animals in New York State.

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Senator Serrano Meets with "Vision Zero" Advocates & Discusses Legislation that would Reduce Traffic Fatalities

(Albany, NY)- Senator Serrano met with representatives from Families for Safe Streets, who traveled to Albany to advocate for better traffic laws, specifically legislation to lower the speed limit in New York City to 20 MPH in order to help reduce traffic fatalities.

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Senator Serrano Encourages New Yorkers to Participate in "It's My Park Day" & "I Love My Park Day"

Senator Serrano Urges New Yorkers to Beautify their Local and State Parks this Saturday, May 3rd

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SEN. FARLEY ANNOUNCES SENATE PASSES BILL TO PROHIBIT REGISTERED SEX OFFENDERS FROM OPERATING A SCHOOL BUS OR PASSENGER BUS

State Senator Hugh T. Farley (R, C, I – Schenectady) announced recently that he and his colleagues in the New York State Senate passed legislation (S1519) that would keep communities safer from sexual predators by prohibiting registered sex offenders from working as bus drivers.

Under the provisions of the bill, the Department of Motor Vehicles is prohibited from issuing or renewing a commercial driver's license to operate a passenger or school bus to any individual who is required to register as a sex offender.

The bill was sent to the Assembly.

 

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SEN. FARLEY ANNOUNCES SENATE BILL CREATES HARSHER PENALTIES FOR METHAMPHETAMINE PRODUCTION

State Senator Hugh T. Farley (R, C, I – Schenectady) recently announced that he and his colleagues in the New York State Senate passed legislation to reduce the number of clandestine methamphetamine laboratories, which pose dangerous threats to public health and safety. The bill (S3639) implements a series of increasingly severe felony offenses to strengthen the criminal penalties for methamphetamine manufacturing and the possession of methamphetamine manufacturing material.

Methamphetamine manufacturing involves the use of highly explosive, flammable and toxic chemicals, and meth labs pose a significant public health and safety threat, especially if they are located in residential neighborhoods.

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Senator Serrano Joins Council Member Helen Rosenthal for her Upper West Side Town Hall

(New York, NY)- Senator Serrano joined Council Member Helen Rosenthal for her Upper West Side Town Hall meeting. Among the many agencies attending the meeting were representatives from the Department of Transportation (DOT), Department of Sanitation (DOS), Department of Buildings (DOB), Metropolitan Transit Authority (MTA), Department of Housing Preservation Development (HPD), New York State Homes and Community Renewal (HCR), Department of Education (DOE), New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) and ConEd. 

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Senator José Serrano and Senator Brad Hoylman Laud Passage of Speed Camera Legislation by the New York State Senate

State Senator José M. Serrano and State Senator Brad Hoylman released the following statements today applauding the passage of S.6918 by the New York State Senate to authorize 120 additional speed cameras in New York City school zones.

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Senator Farley Salutes Neil Golub

State Senator Hugh T. Farley (R, C, I – Schenectady) had the pleasure of presenting President and Chief Executive Officer of the Golub Corporation and Price Chopper Supermarkets Neil Golub with a New York State Senate Resolution on April 23rd. The resolution honored Mr. Golub for recently receiving the Sidney R. Rabb Award from the Food Marketing Institute.

Senator Farley was proud to present the resolution to the Schenectady County resident and commended him for his role in the community.

In 2006, Mr. Golub was awarded the New York State Liberty Medal upon the recommendation of Senator Farley for his life’s work as a leading businessman, community leader, and philanthropist.

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