Catharine Young's Press releases

MILK MONITORING

P-J photo by Steven M. Sweeney

 

By MANLEY J. ANDERSON - Jamestown Post Journal

February 12, 2007
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January 29, 2007
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SENATOR YOUNG: "OUR JOB IS TO DELIVER REAL RESULTS"

Chief Judge Judith Kaye administers the Oath ofOffice to Senator Young in Albany on Wednesday.

 

January 5, 2007
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December 27, 2006
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Preheater breaks ground for $15 million project

Photo & story courtesy John Anderson and theWellsville Daily Reporter

 

December 20, 2006
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The Eastside family YMCA will benefit from increased safety and additional recreational space

The Eastside family YMCA will benefit from increased safety and additional recreational space, thanks to a $30,000 grant obtained by State Senator Cathy Young (R,I,C-Olean).

The funding will be used for the construction and renovation of existing property, converting a former parking lot into a fenced-in recreation area. The parking lot will be leveled and blacktopped, surrounded by a six-foot cyclone fence, and inserted with a pair of basketball hoops. The funding will also contribute to roof repairs to the program building.

December 15, 2006
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December 6, 2006
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Vietnam Veterans Host Ceremony At Mel’s Place

Sen. Cathy Young, left, hands Melvin Perks, ownerof Mel’s Place in Falconer, center, a certificate from he national Vietnam Veterans of America organization. Looking on at right is Bill Servis, chapter commander. P-J photo by Patrick L. Fanelli

 

November 14, 2006
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ALFRED VILLAGE HALL GRANT ANNOUNCED

Birds eye view of Alfred

 

November 3, 2006
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SENATE PASSES "TIMOTHY’S LAW" TO PROVIDE MENTAL HEALTH PARITY

The New York State Senate has passed "Timothy’s Law," to provide parity in insurance coverage for mental illnesses. The legislation would require insurance companies to cover most mental illnesses and would require coverage for a broad range of mental illnesses and conditions specifically related to children. The bill reflects an agreement with the State Assembly that was reached at the end of the regular legislative session.

The law comes in response to a 12-year-old boy Timothy took his own life in 2001 after repeated bouts of depression.

September 20, 2006
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