Golden Leads Community Cleanup In Marine Park

Brooklyn- State Senator Marty Golden and his staff this past weekend hosted a community service clean up with the Probation, Sanitation and Parks Department, with the support and participation of the staff of Krystal Auto Mall on Flatbush Avenue, at Hendrickson Street and Avenue V in Marine Park at the request of a the home and Co-Op owners of the block.

The overgrown grass was trimmed, the weeds along the fence were cleared, and the street was cleaned which has been the site of illegal dumping.


Senator Adams: October Is Breast Cancer Awareness Month

As Breast Cancer Awareness Month begins, State Senator Eric Adams (D-Brooklyn) announced today that screening mammograms are available at little or no cost to eligible local residents through the Brooklyn Healthy Living Partnership. In honor of the annual awareness campaign, the Brooklyn lawmaker renewed his commitment to educate constituents about the importance of breast cancer screening, which can save lives.


Sen. Farley's Office To Participate In Montgomery County Domestic Violence Task Force's Information Events

State Senator Hugh T. Farley (R, C - Schenectady) announced his office will be hosting a table on Fridays in October at the Amsterdam Wal-Mart as part of the Montgomery County Domestic Violence Task Force's efforts of highlighting October as Domestic Violence Awareness Month.


"These free community events showcase what resources are out there to help families and children in the Amsterdam and Montgomery County areas, and to also pass on safety information," Senator Farley said.


Senator Malcolm A. Smith Calls For Quick Action To Secure Colleges After Incident At St. John's University

State Senate Democratic Leader Malcolm A. Smith (D-Queens) today called on the State Legislature to act immediately on Senate Democratic recommendations made earlier this year, that would ensure the safety of students, faculty, and staff at colleges across New York State. "Be it in Blacksburg, Virginia or Queens, New York, we have seen that educational institutions are places where security cannot be taken for granted.


Seward, Schoharie Officials Oppose Drivers’ Licenses For Illegals

    Senator James L. Seward and Assemblyman Pete Lopez today joined Schoharie County Clerk Indica Jaycox, Earl Van Wormer, chairman of the Schoharie County Board of Supervisors, County Sheriff John Bates and other officials in calling upon Governor Spitzer to rescind a policy change that will allow illegal immigrants to obtain drivers' licenses in New York.


Statement Of State Senator Thomas K. Duane Regarding The New York State Department Of Motor Vehicles' Recent Administrative Policy Change

Many constituents have reached out to me to express their opinions about Governor Spitzer recently announced administrative policy change that will make driver licenses -- and, by extension, auto insurance -- available without regard to immigration status. I firmly believe that this is a positive development for all New Yorkers.



Senator Golden Letter to the Editor Regarding Breast Cancer Awareness Month


October 11, 2007

Dear Editor,

Sadly, most of us know someone who has been affected by breast cancer. Breast cancer is one of the most common forms of cancer as well as the second leading cause of death among women in America.


NYS Senator Eric Adams And Other Lawmakers Hold A Press Conference To Announce The Formation Of A Youth Domestic Violence Task Force

WHO: Elected Officials: Senator Eric Adams, Deputy Borough President Yvonne Graham, Assembly Member Karim Camara, and Council Member Letitia James.

Jonah Village; Spirit in Sunset Productions; Clergy members

10:00 AM

WHERE: Brooklyn Borough Hall (Court Str


Senator Fuschillo To Hold Mobile Office Hours In Wantagh

Wantagh residents will have the opportunity to meet one-on-one with State Senator Charles J. Fuschillo, Jr. (8th Senate District) when he holds mobile office hours at the Wantagh American Legion.

"Mobile office hours is a way of bringing government services directly to constituents in their own hometown," said Senator Fuschillo.


Senator Flanagan Visits Woman Of Distinction Display With 2007 Honoree

Senator John Flanagan (2nd Senate District) joined his 2007 Woman of Distinction honoree Ruth Del Col at the Commack branch of the Smithtown Library to view the New York State Senate Women of Distinction display. This traveling exhibit honors the women who have been recognized for their impact on the history of New York State and has been hosted by the Commack library for a month.As the Director of Development for Federation of Organizations for the New York State Mentally Disabled, Mrs. Del Col was recognized by Senator Flanagan at a ceremony in June.

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