SENATOR FUSCHILLO & CHAMBER OF COMMERCE CUT THE RIBBON ON NEW MASSAPEQUA SMALL BUSINESS

State Senator Charles J. Fuschillo, Jr. (8th Senate District) and members of the Chamber of Commerce of the Massapequas recently celebrated the grand opening of All American Medical Supply.

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Senate's Historic RehabilitationTax Credit Signed Into Law

(Albany, NY) The Senate’s Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credit (S6056) was signed into law today by Governor Paterson, establishing a nationally competitive rehabilitation and preservation program that will benefit property owners and communities who seek to renovate properties that are run down and dilapidated. Sponsored by Senator David Valesky (D-Oneida), the program will trigger the revitalization of our state’s urban areas by attracting new investment, businesses, and jobs at a time when state legislators are working to get our economy back on track. 

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Senate's Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credit Signed Into Law

PROGRAM BRINGS REDEVELOPMENT TO DISTRESSED NEIGHBORHOODS

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In Major Victory for Upstate, Governor Signs Valesky-Sponsored Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credit

SYRACUSE, N.Y.—In a significant victory for Upstate New York, Governor Paterson today signed into law the Historic Rehabilitation Tax Credit (HRTC), sponsored by Senator David J. Valesky (D-Oneida), that will encourage development, stimulate economic growth and improve the quality of life in cities like Syracuse and Utica.

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SENATOR FUSCHILLO & LOCAL OFFICIALS VIEW NEW ISLAND HOSPITAL’S NEW, ULTRA-MODERN MRI TECHNOLOGY

State Senator Charles J. Fuschillo, Jr. (8th Senate District) recently joined with State, County, and Town Officials at New Island Hospital to view the hospital’s new, ultra-modern MRI technology. The new technology will help the hospital provide patients with an even higher level of care.

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East Side Electeds Express Extreme Disappointment over DEC Marine Transfer Station Decision

New York—East Side elected officials joined together in expressing their extreme disappointment over the Department of Environmental Conservation’s (DEC) decision to approve permits for a Marine Transfer Station (MTS) at East 91st Street.  In response, the Gracie Point Community Council is investigating the possibility of filing an Article 78 lawsuit with the State Supreme Court in order to block the DEC’s decision.  For years the East Side electeds and the community have actively opposed the siting of an MTS at East 91st Street.

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Summer Travel May Require An Enhanced Driver License or a U.S. Passport

If you are planning on taking a road trip to Canada or Mexico, or maybe a cruise to Bermuda or the Caribbean this summer, a New York State Driver License will no longer be enough for you to cross the border and gain entry back into the United States. 

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Senator Dilan Named Co-Chair of Legislative Task Force on Demographic Research and Reapportionment

(Albany, NY)—Today Senator Martin Malavé Dilan was named Co-Chair of the Legislative Task Force on Demographic Research and Reapportionment by Senate President Pro Tempore, Malcolm A. Smith.“New York is a dynamic state. In light of the 2010 Federal Census, I look forward to seeing that the people of New York receive fair representation here and in Washington,” said Senator Dilan (D-Brooklyn).

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Senators Flanagan and Fuschillo Call For Hearings on Governor's MTA Nominee

            Senator John Flanagan (2nd Senate District) and Charles Fuschillo (8th Senate District) today called for the Senate to conduct expedited public hearings on Jay Walder, the Governor’s nominee to chair the Metropolitan Transit Authority. 

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