MARCELLINO APLAUDS US DEPARTMENT OF COMMERCE REJECTION OF BROADWATER

Senator Carl L. Marcellino today applauded the US Department of Commerce decision to turn down the Broadwater project, a proposed floating liquefied natural gas barge in Long Island Sound.

"It is truly significant to have the US Department of Commerce to independently concur that Broadwater is wrong for Long Island Sound. If we are to protect the Sound's ecology and economic significance than the only reasonable position is to reject Broadwater and find an alternative," said Senator Marcellino.

 

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Joint Project Means Relief for Residents in the Birches Neighborhood

Locust Valley, N.Y. –  Senator Carl L. Marcellino, Nassau County Executive Thomas R.

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LONG ISLAND FACES MULTI-MILLION DOLLAR HIT UNDER PROPOSED MTA PAYROLL TAX

SENATOR MARCELLINO OPPOSES TAX

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SENATOR MARCELLINO CALLS FOR NURSERY SCHOOL REGULATION

With the tragic death of 2 year old Olivia Raspanti of Hicksville, at the Carousel Day School Senator Carl L. Marcellino is renewing his push for nursery school regulations.

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SENATOR FUSCHILLO CALLS ON GOVERNOR PATERSON TO STOP JONES BEACH SERVICE CUTS

Photo caption: Senator Fuschillo calls on Governor Paterson to stop the service cuts at Jones Beach State Park. He is joined by (left) to right Phil Healey, President of the Save Jones Beach Committee, Walter Arnold of the Save Jones Beach Committee, and Environmentalist Rich Schary.

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Testimony from March 12 public hearing on New York State's personal income tax system

On March 12, 2009, the Senate Select Committee on Budget and Tax Reform held its first public hearing in Albany to explore progressive changes to New York State's personal income tax system. The Select Committee heard oral testimony from 10 experts and collected written testimony from several other interested parties.

Below are links for the transcript of the public hearing and the testimony that was submitted to the Select Committee. The Select Committee's staff will issue a report detailing the key findings and conclusions from the testimony.

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