Charles J. Fuschillo Jr.'s posts related to Economic Development

FUSCHILLO/SWEENEY BILL TO EXPAND BROAD HOLLOW BIOSCIENCE PARK AT FARMINGDALE STATE COLLEGE PASSES STATE LEGISLATURE

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

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SENATOR FUSCHILLO INVITES RESIDENTS TO HIS JOB RESOURCE EXPO ON MARCH 18TH

          Senator Charles J. Fuschillo, Jr. (R-Merrick) today announced that he will be holding a Job Resource Expo to help individuals looking for jobs better prepare themselves to find employment. The 2011 Job Resource Expo will be held on Friday, March 18th from 10 am to 1 pm at the Freeport Recreation Center, which is located at 130 East Merrick Road in Freeport.

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SENATOR FUSCHILLO ANNOUNCES STATE PROGRAM TO HELP RESIDENTS FIND JOBS

Senator Charles J. Fuschillo, Jr. (R-Merrick) is informing residents looking for employment about New York State’s Job Bank website, www.laborny.jobs, which provides free services for job seekers.

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Newsday Editorial: Long Island's Biotech Future Brightens

Last year's sky-is-falling news, that OSI Pharmaceuticals was planning to flee Long Island for Westchester, has given way to some reasons for optimism.

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SENATOR FUSCHILLO CALLS ON ASSEMBLY TO PASS POWER FOR JOBS LEGISLATION

“The State’s Power for Jobs program, which provides low-cost energy to businesses throughout the state,  is at risk of expiring this weekend because the Assembly has refused to either extend the program or make it permanent.

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SENATOR FUSCHILLO’S JOB RESOURCE EXPO HELPS RESIDENTS “LEARN THE TOOLS TO LAND THE JOB”

Information on Job Training Programs, Resume Writing, and Career Counseling Among the Many Services Provided

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Senator Fuschillo Calls for Passage of Jobs Creation Plan

Senator Fuschillo, joined by Senators Dean Skelos, Carl Marcellino, and Kemp Hannon, today called on Albany to pass their job creation plan. The plan would give tax credits to businesses for every new job they create, reduce the cost of doing business in New York State, and enact a cap on state spending.

Chris Brown, President of the Wantagh Chamber of Commerce, and other local small business owners joined the Senators in calling for action on the plan.