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SENATOR FUSCHILLO ANNOUNCES NEW JOB CREATION PLAN

2012 NEW JOBS-NY Plan Would Create Jobs, Cut Taxes, and Control State Spending

     Senator Charles J. Fuschillo, Jr. (R-Merrick) today announced a new job creation plan which would reward businesses for creating jobs, cut business taxes, and make New York State more economically competitive. The plan will be included in the Senate budget resolution to be acted upon soon.

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SENATOR FUSCHILLO APPLAUDS ANNOUNCEMENT OF OVER $101 MILLION IN STATE FUNDING FOR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ON LONG ISLAND

           “Governor Cuomo’s announcement of over $101 million in state economic development funding represents a major investment in Long Island’s economy which will help promote economic growth, create jobs, and put people back to work. 

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SENATOR FUSCHILLO APPLAUDS ANNOUNCEMENT OF OVER $101 MILLION IN STATE FUNDING FOR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ON LONG ISLAND

“Governor Cuomo’s announcement of over $101 million in state economic development funding represents a major investment in Long Island’s economy which will help promote economic growth, create jobs, and put people back to work.

As Chairman of the Senate’s Transportation Committee, I’m pleased that some of these funds will be used for transit-oriented development projects such as the Ronkonkoma-MacArthur Transit Hub and Wyandanch Rising. Transit-oriented development projects help better utilize mass transit to grow and revitalize our downtown areas. This will greatly benefit small businesses and create new jobs and opportunities for residents.

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SENATOR FUSCHILLO CALLS ON ASSEMBLY TO JOIN SENATE IN APPROVING NEW TAX CREDITS FOR BUSINESSES THAT CREATE JOBS

Senator Charles J. Fuschillo, Jr. (R-Merrick) is calling on the Assembly to join the Senate in approving legislation to provide businesses with a tax credit for each new job they create.

“Creating jobs and putting people back to work is the best way to improve our economy. Rewarding businesses for hiring new employees is a commonsense step to promote economic development, especially at a time when over 94,000 Long Islanders are unemployed. That’s exactly what this legislation does and that’s why the Assembly should pass it,” said Senator Fuschillo.

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SENATOR FUSCHILLO NAMED ONE OF THE TOP “PRO-JOBS” SUPPORTERS BY BUSINESS COUNCIL OF NEW YORK STATE

Senator Charles J. Fuschillo, Jr. (R-Merrick) was recently named one of the New York State Legislature’s top “pro-jobs” supporters by the Business Council of New York State. Senator Fuschillo was tied for the highest score in the Senate in the Business Council’s 2011 legislative scorecard.

Senator Fuschillo earned high marks for supporting legislation which will help businesses grow and create jobs. Senator Fuschillo supported the creation of a permanent “Recharge NY” program to provide low-cost power to businesses so they can create & retain jobs, as well as enhancing the Excelsior Jobs Program to include expanded tax credits to help businesses create jobs. Senator Fuschillo also supported New York State’s new property tax cap law.

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SENATOR FUSCHILLO: ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND JOB CREATION PART OF 2011 LEGISLATIVE SESSION HIGHLIGHTS

             Senator Charles J. Fuschillo, Jr. (R-Merrick) today informed residents about legislative actions taken during the 2011 legislative session to create jobs, encourage economic development, and help turn our economy around. 

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Newsday: Law helps OSI Pharmaceuticals expand

By James T. Madore

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FUSCHILLO/SWEENEY BILL TO EXPAND BROAD HOLLOW BIOSCIENCE PARK AT FARMINGDALE STATE COLLEGE SIGNED BY GOVERNOR

-Expected to Bring Hundreds of High-Tech Jobs to the Area-

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Newsday Editorial: Bill for OSI can generate jobs

The first scare that OSI Pharmaceuticals raised was loud and public: It was leaving the Island. Then a Japanese firm bought OSI and looked to keep part of it here.

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Newsday: State Senate OKs LI business incubator

March 23, 2011

By James Madore 

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