SENATOR NOZZOLIO ON CAYUGA LAND TRUST: “NOT HERE, NOT NOW, NOT EVER”

Continuing his aggressive efforts to protect Cayuga and Seneca property owners, State Senator Mike Nozzolio today called on the Federal Bureau of Indian Affairs to reject the Cayuga Indian Nation’s trust application.

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Senator Flanagan Delivers Keynote Address to Kings Park School Students

Senator John Flanagan (2nd Senate District) recently delivered opening remarks at the William T.

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New York State Announces Energy Efficiency Upgrades at State Office Building

New York State Office of General Services (OGS) Commissioner John C. Egan, New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) President and Chief Executive Officer Francis J. Murray Jr., New York Power Authority (NYPA) President and Chief Executive Officer Richard M. Kessel, Long Island Power Authority (LIPA) President and Chief Executive Officer Kevin S.

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RURAL FUTURES: Spring 2009 by the Legislative Commission on Rural Resources

Newsletter from the New York State Legislative Commission on Rural Resources.

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Spring 2009 LCRR Newsletter

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Staten Islanders await decision day in Albany

http://blog.silive.com/latest_news/2009/06/staten_islanders_await_decisio/print.html

ALBANY -- State Senate lawmakers in Albany could be headed for an historic power-sharing arrangement if renegade Democratic state Sen. Hiram Monserrate backs off his plan to vote with Senate Republicans.

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SENATOR NOZZOLIO HONORS NATIONAL SPELLING BEE FINALIST WITH NEW YORK STATE LIBERTY AWARD

Seneca Falls- New York State Senator Mike Nozzolio recently visited the Seneca Falls Middle School to recognize seventh grade student, Neetu Chandak, on her success in reaching the final round of the 2009 Scripps National Spelling Bee championship held in Washington, D.C.

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Senator Espada's Reply Submission

One June 11th, 2009, Senator Malcolm A. Smith filed a lawsuit to enjoin Senator Pedro Espada from carrying out the functions of the Temporary Senate President.

The attached documents are Senator Espada's reply submission, submitted on June 15th, 2009. They include (1) a Memorandum of Law; (2) Affirmation of John Ciampoli; (3) Affirmation of Francis Gluchowski; and (4) a letter to Judge McNamara.

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2009 Smith V Espada reply Memo of Law Final[1].pdf

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2009 smith v espada JC affirmation #2 6[1].15.pdf

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2009 smith v espada gluchowski affirmation 6.15.pdf

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2009 smith v espada 6.15 ltr to mcnamara.pdf

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Memorandum of Law and Affirmations Presented by Senator Malcolm A. Smith

One June 11th, 2009, Senator Malcolm A. Smith filed a lawsuit to enjoin Senator Pedro Espada from carrying out the functions of the Temporary Senate President.

The attached papers were submitted by Senator Smith's counsel on June 14th, 2009, in opposition to defendant Senator Pedro Espada's motion to dismiss. Specifically, they include (1) Plaintiff's Memorandum of Law in Oppositon; (2) the Affirmation of Michael Fallon; and (3) the Affirmation of David Markus.

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Memorandum in Opposition Index No 4912-09.pdf

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Michael Fallon Affirmation.pdf

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David Markus Affirmation.pdf

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Loft Laws to Protect Tenants

I introduced legislation that will extend loft law protections to tenants who are inhabiting some buildings that are currently zoned for manufacturing uses.  This legislation, sponsored in the Assembly by Assembly Member Vito Lopez, will help thousands of New York City loft tenants, including some Tribeca, SoHo and DUMBO residents, access the protections of the Loft Law.

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Senator Adams Joins NY Jets Special Teams Coach and former Coast Guard Member Kevin O'Dea to Highlight Veterans Initiatives

Senator Adams, Chair of the NYS Senate Committee on Veterans, Homeland Security and Military Affairs, salutes our military veterans.  He is joined by Coca-Cola Enterprises, Time Warner Cable, and NY Jets Special Teams Coach and former Coast Guard member Kevin O’Dea in highlighting programs designed to ease the return of veterans to their homes.

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