Senator Fuschillo Appears On “tv 55 Focus”

    State Senator Charles J. Fuschillo, Jr. (8th Senate District) recently appeared as a guest on “TV 55 Focus,” a weekly half-hour news program that taps into the pulse of the Long Island community and discusses issues that are important to Long Islanders.


Bonacic's Bill To Create Regional Technology High School Passed Committee

State Senator John J. Bonacic (R/I/C - Mount Hope) announced today that his legislation, Senate bill 669, which if enacted, would create the Hudson School of Math, Science, and Engineering Regional Technology Institute, is gaining approval through the legislative process. The measure was approved by the Senate Education Committee.

"We need a regional effort to ensure our children are not left behind, and that leading educational opportunities such as this are brought to their doorstep," Bonacic said. "I am grateful for the support of my Senate colleagues."


Senator Breslin Promotes Blood Pressure And Cholesterol Screening During Heart Health Month

Month-long awareness campaign focuses on threat of heart disease in womenTo coincide with February’s American Heart Month, State Senator Neil D. Breslin (D-Albany) today encouraged New Yorkers, and women in particular, to get their blood pressure and cholesterol levels checked.


Serrano Connects Eastwood Residents With Housing Experts

We are here tonight because of continued problems faced by residents of Eastwood," said the Senator.

The event brought together Urban American, the management company, and the Division of Housing and Community Renewal (DHCR), which administers the Section 8 program at Eastwood.


Sen. Alesi Invites Students To Join In Environment Competition

Statewide "I*MA*GREEN*NATION" Contest a Lesson in Environmental Awareness

Senator Jim Alesi (R-Perinton), today called for local student entries for the 17th annual "I*MA*GREEN*NATION" Celebration, a statewide competition that encourages student awareness of environmental issues.


Senator Alesi Secures Funding To Establish Education Center For Children

Executive South Family Golf and Recreation Center will train new golfers and protect green space in the Town of Henrietta

Senator Jim Alesi (R- Perinton), Assemblyman Joe Errigo and the Henrietta Foundation announced today that it has purchased the Executive South Family Golf and Recreation Center to open a major education/training center for area kids and families. The new center will protect local green space and help train generations of golfers in the Rochester area starting this spring.


Senator Golden Predicts Upcoming "senior Idol" Competition To Be A Success

State Senator Marty Golden (R-C, Brooklyn), the Chairman of the Senate Aging Committee and a judge in the upcoming "Senior Idol" event, is predicting that the Spring event will be a huge success, set to be held on Saturday, April 12, 2008 at Xaverian High School, located at 7100 Shore Road. Councilman Vincent Gentile and a Surprise Celebrity Guest will join Golden in the judging.


Senator Alesi & Rmsc Announce Completion Of Major Exhibit

$500,000 grant secured by Senators aid in the completion of the "Expedition Earth" exhibit


Sen. Alesi & North Winton Village Association Unveil New Public Safety Building

State grant secured by Senator Alesi helps solidify police presence in the city

Senator Jim Alesi (R- Perinton) was joined today by Mary Coffey, Co-Chair of the North Winton Village Association, city and state police representatives, and local residents for the grand opening of the North Winton Village Office and Public Safety Building, located at 1933 East Main Street. The project, which seeks to highlight an increased police presence in the area, was initiated thanks to a $7,000 state grant secured by Senator Alesi.


Eric Sponsors Shalom Tenants Alliance Meeting

On Thursday, February 7th, I was proud to sponsor a Shalom Tenants Alliance meeting with State Senator Tom Duane at the Mt. Sinai Jewish Center in Washington Heights. Over the years, tenants in the Shalom buildings have experienced harassment, lack of services, illegal and dangerous construction, robberies and many other conditions which make their homes uninhabitable.

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