2010 Calendar Of Events

 

 Senator Thompson announces his 2010 Calendar of events.  Please click on the file entitled "2010 Office Calendar.pdf" to view calendar.  Thank you.

 

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2010 Office Calendar.pdf

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SENATOR SQUADRON JOINS PARENTS AND DOCTORS TO PROTECT YOUNG ATHLETES AGAINST CONCUSSIONS

One Week Before Launch Of National Campaign At Super Bowl, Senator Announces Legislation To Put NY At Forefront Of Protecting Youth From Brain Injuries

Squadron Calls for Tough, First-Ever Statewide Safety Rules and Standards as Evidence of Long-Term Effects of Mishandled Head Injuries Mounts

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Pols Take Aim at Overtime 'Abuse' in State's Prisons

BY Michael J. FeeneyDAILY NEWS STAFF WRITER

Monday, February 1st 2010, 4:00 AM

The state Correctional Services Department could save cash-strapped New York more than $15 million by cutting overtime and reducing other "rampant mismanagement," two state lawmakers charged.

State Sens. Jeff Klein (D-Bronx) and Diane Savino (D-S.I.) cited overtime as the agency's biggest money pit in a report analyzing costs at prisons.

Ten employees split close to $900,000 in OT, the report said.

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Records Say Eight Superintendents Living at Luxe, State-Owned Mansions for Low Cost

BY Kenneth LovettDAILY NEWS ALBANY BUREAU CHIEF

Sunday, January 31st 2010, 4:00 AM

ALBANY - Prison inmates aren't the only ones getting taxpayer-funded housing.

At least eight prison superintendents are living in the lap of luxury at low cost in state-owned mansions located on or near the prison premises, according to state records.

At least one has a lake view.

The best part for the superintendents, who top out at nearly $145,000 a year, is they pay a pittance for the posh accommodations.

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STATEMENT BY SENATOR GOLDEN ON GOVERNOR’S PROPOSAL TO ALLOW WINE SALES IN GROCERY STORES

Brooklyn - State Senator Martin J. Golden (R-C-I, 22nd Senate District) today issued the following statement in response to Governor David Paterson’s proposal to allow the sale of wine in grocery stores across the State of New York:“Governor Paterson is again proposing to allow the sale of wine in grocery stores across New York State.

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