Clarence Center, N.Y. – Senator Michael H. Ranzenhofer joined Erie County Veterans Services Director Patrick Welch and other local veterans to purchase the new Purple Heart Stamp re-issued at the First-Class mail price of 44 cents at the Clarence Center Post Office today.
Photo caption: Senator Fuschillo (right) speaks with Merrick resident Michael Giangregorio about his legislation requiring insurance companies to cover treatment costs for children with autism. Mr. Giangreogrio, who has an eight year old son with autism, joined with Senator Fuschillo in calling on the State to enact the legislation into law.
I want to take this opportunity to recommend to families residing in Rockland and Orange Counties, as well as local school officials, that they make every effort to obtain and review a newly revised guide developed by the New York State Department of Health. Entitled, “Children with Diabetes: A Resource Guide for Families and School,” this timely guide is designed to assist families, school officials and others as they work together to care for children with diabetes and help prevent diabetes in children at ri
ALBANY, 05/15/09-- New York State Senator James L. Seward (R/C/I-Oneonta) today invited local residents to nominate friends, coworkers and neighborhood leaders whose outstanding work on behalf of our communities makes them deserving of special recognition by the state senate as a New York "Woman of Distinction."
The senate will honor distinguished women from throughout the state at a June 10 Albany reception, where each honoree's photograph and biography will become part of a special exhibit proclaiming the special contributions of exemplary New York women.
Senator Maziarz encourages Governor, NYPA CEO to relocate to The Summit
Senator George Maziarz (R-C, Newfane) today wrote to Governor DavidPaterson and New York Power Authority President and CEO Richie Kesselurging them to relocate NYPA’s administrative offices from White Plains toNiagara County. Specifically, the relocation should focus on The Summit,the Wheatfield shopping mall scheduled to close in early June.
NYS SENATOR ERIC ADAMS PURSUES LEGISLATION IN RESPONSE TO THE “CRAIGSLIST KILLER” AND OTHER INTERNET CRIMINAL ACTIVITY. CRAIGSLIST ANNOUNCES PLAN TO ELIMINATE “EROTIC SERVICES” AND PRE-SCREEN “ADULT SERVICES” SUBMISSIONS.