Statement From Senate President And Majority Leader Malcolm A. Smith And Senate Democratic Conference Leader John L. Sampson

“There are a number of public proposals regarding a governing agreement for the Senate which the Democratic Conference will be discussing tomorrow. We are encouraged by the progress that has been made thus far and will continue to bridge the gap on a reasonable solution that will allow the Senate to get back to passing legislation critical to millions of New Yorkers.”

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SENATOR LARKIN PLEASED MILTON HARVEST LLC WILL RECEIVE $741,470 FOR AFFORDABLE HOUSING IN MARLBOROUGH

Senator Bill Larkin (R-C, Cornwall-on-Hudson) recently announced that the Division of Housing and Community Renewal (DHCR) will be administering more than $48 million in federal low income housing tax credits and subsidies, of which nearly $7.5 million will go to projects throughout the lower Hudson Valley.  These low income housing tax credits and subsidies will be used to help co

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SENATOR LAVALLE FORGES FORWARD IN ALBANY

Senator Kenneth P. LaValle has lined up a variety of initiatives he would like to have acted on before the end of this legislative session.  Senator LaValle is working on measures that impact communities in the First Senate District, as well as legislation that would affect all Long Island residents.

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Statement of Senator Eric T. Schneiderman On Filling The Lt. Governor Vacancy

“Article IV, Section 6 clearly provides a mechanism to fill the offices of Governor and Lt. Governor when both offices are vacant at the same time. It is equally clear that it does not provide such a mechanism when the office of Lt. Governor alone is vacant.  

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Senator Adams' Albany Update Letter and FAQ's (July 6)

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Dear Constituent:

One of my favorite pastimes is working on a community garden project.  I find it particularly rewarding labor, although it does come with the challenging task of continually fighting pesky weeds.  No matter what you do, they always pop up somewhere among the desired trees and flowers. 

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Senator Squadron To Host Conference Call With Constituents Tonight to Discuss Senate Stalemate

Call is Open to Public—All 25th Senate District Residents Invited New York, NY—State Senator Daniel Squadron invited constituents today to join him on a conference call to discuss the ongoing stalemate in the New York State Senate.  The call is scheduled for 6:00 this evening. Senator Squadron had previously posted a letter to his constituents about the situation in Albany on his web site at http://www.nysenate.gov/report/update-senator-squadron.   

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SENATOR SALAND ANNOUNCES AVAILABILITY OF ART GRANTS

Senator Steve Saland (R,I,C – Poughkeepsie) joins the Dutchess County Arts Council in announcing the availability of grants for individual artists and art organizations in Dutchess and Ulster counties.

The Project Grant Program is a re-grant program of the New York State Council on the Arts (NYSCA) designed to promote regional community-based arts. 

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