March 2009 Community Report

March 2009 Community Report

Dear Neighbor: The following is a summary of some of my office's activities since my last community report:

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Klein Budget Proposal Restores Property Tax Relief for Thousands of New Yorkers

Raises Revenue to Pay for Circuit Breaker

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Federal Stumulus Package Town Hall Forum

Senate Majority Leader Malcolm A. Smith and the New York State Senate invites you to attend a Town Hall Forum on the Federal Stimulus Package.

Location

Schomburg Library Auditorium
135th St & Lenox Ave
Manhattan, NY
United States

Senator Aubertine's Protect yourself from Identity Theft brochure

Dear Friends:Picture this scenario: After a long, hard day working to make ends meet, you come home and sit down to one of your least favorite activities — paying the bills. You open your credit card statement and find that you have apparently purchased a big-screen tv, a stereo system large enough for the dance club down the block, and a 12-piece dining room set that certainly won't fit in your eat-in kitchen.

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Senator Aubertine's Protect yourself from Identity Theft brochure

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Social-Emotion Learning Reduces Violence

In support of public safety and in response to violent incidents in New York City involving school aged youth and adults, Tracey Collins, Principal, and Founder of “Fully Persuaded for Children and Families, Inc.,” will come to apartment building lobbies, community rooms or organizations and provide free social–emotional learning classes for children or adults. After reading about the following incidents, Ms. Collins partnered with my office to help bring these services to interested people across the city:

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A Better Plan for New York... A Responsible Economic Stimulus Budget Plan for New York State

A Better Plan for New York

A Responsible Economic Stimulus Budget Plan for New York State

Senate Republican Conference

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A Better Plan for New York

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SENATOR YOUNG FIGHTS TO PROTECT AGRICULTURE PROGRAMS

           Senate Young (R-C-I, Olean) today fought to restore $30 million in state funds for the Dairy Assistance Program, as well as restore $10 million for other agriculture programs that are vitally important to the state’s largest industry.  The Dairy Assistance Program provided $30 million in direct support payments to the state’s dairy producers to help prevent family farms from going out of business.

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