Ranzenhofer, Hawley announce new law for shared court locations, savings for taxpayer; Law allows shared court facility for towns of Elba, Oakfield and Batavia

Batavia, NY – State Senator Michael Ranzenhofer and Assemblyman Steve Hawley announced the passage of a law that allows the court proceedings for the towns of Elba, Oakfield and Batavia to be held at a single location in an effort to save taxpayer dollars.

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Aubertine on Championship State Fair Celebrity Cow Milking Team

 

Aubertine on Championship Celebrity Cow Milking Team

Team of state officials and Onondaga County Dairy Princess win milk off by about a 2-1 margin

SYRACUSE (August 31, 2009)—A team of milkers that included New York State Senate Agriculture Chair Darrel J. Aubertine won the Celebrity Cow Milking Contest today at the New York State Fair to benefit Coaches Vs. Cancer

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SENATE DEMOCRATS SEND A MESSAGE TO THE REGION’S TAXPAYERS: DROP DEAD HUDSON VALLEY

Senator Steve Saland (R,I, C – Poughkeepsie) expressed his outrage that  once again the Senate Democrat Leadership is turning its back on the people of the Hudson Valley.   It was announced last week that the Chairmen of the Senate Finance, Corporations and Transportation Committees, all Senators representing New York City, will be holding public hearings in New York City and Mineola (Long Island) to hear comments on the Governor’s nomination of

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Sen. Foley Calls on Gov. Paterson to Sign Sex Offender E-Mail Notification Bill into Law

Sen. Foley and community advocates urge Governor Paterson to sign bill that would allow residents to receive instant e-mail alerts when a sex offender moves into their neighborhood

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Legislation Signed Into Law By The Governor

"Legislation To Allow Injured Workers To Receive A Lump Sum Payment For Permanent Partial Disability Benefits." SB2776-B (Chapter 351)

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Sen. Foley Announces $500,000 Grant to Build Spray Park in Brentwood

Timberline Park to become recreational destination for local residents

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Subway Service Resumed at 181st Street Station

I am happy to report that the 181st Street Station on the 1 line has reopened. As of 5:00 am today, subway service, which was disrupted over the last several weeks as a result of the ceiling collapse at the 181st Street Station, has been completely restored. I understand your frustration with the inconvenience caused by the closure of this station, but I am confident this situation was resolved as quickly and safely as possible.

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Yoga Studios To Breathe Easier After State Regulators End Harassment

Sen. Schneiderman and Assm. Rosenthal Applaud Education Department’s Reversal

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Draft Report of the Temporary Committee on Rules and Administration Reform

The following is a draft report published on April 21, 2009.

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H1N1 (Swine) Flue Outbreak Update Memorandum 4/30/09

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