Senator David Carlucci, Chair of the Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities Committee in the State Senate, joined advocates, employers and affected New Yorker’s today to talk about the InspireNY tax credit that promises to provide employment to New Yorkers who previously worked in sheltered workshops throughout the State.
8,000 New Yorkers currently employed in sheltered workshops now have to transition to a integrated employment model leaving many in limbo.
WEST NYACK, N.Y. – Standing with local residents today, Congresswoman Nita Lowey (D-Westchester/Rockland), the senior Democrat on the House Appropriations Committee, New York State Senator David Carlucci, Clarkstown Town Supervisor Alex Gromack, and State Assemblyman Kenneth Zebrowski announced $9.8 million in federal storm recovery funding for the Town of Clarkstown.
The federal investments will support storm recovery and resiliency projects, including projects to address long-term flooding and help communities be prepared for future storms.
Senator David Carlucci announced pending legislation at local bakery Baked by Angels in Pearl River that would ban the use of azodicarbonamide, a chemical primarily used as an additive in synthetic leather and in the production of foamed plastics, in any baked products made or sold in New York State.
Senator Carlucci Proposes Toll Relief for Commuters Stands with Local Leaders, Business Owners and Commuters
NYACK- Senator David Carlucci (D-Rockland/Westchester) stood with Nyack Mayor Jen White, John Corlett, Chairman of the Legislative Committee for AAA New York State, Mike Hekker of the Nyack River Club and employees of the club to announce a new first of its kind toll relief plan specifically designed to ease the burden for commuters traveling throughout our area.
“Seniors deserve to live their golden years in comfort, not in poverty.”
NANUET - Senator David Carlucci’s (D-Rockland/Westchester) Senior Advisory Task Force announced a plan today that promises to ease the burden of affordability for seniors throughout the Hudson Valley. Even though seniors put in a lifetime of hard work, many still live on a fixed income that can barely put food on the table. This proposal promises to provide real relief for seniors.
Thank you for your wonderful contribution to the Thanksgiving Day Creative Celebration. We received outstanding poems, essays, and artwork that exemplify the creativity of New York State’s young people.
The submissions received are remarkable in what they represent – showing gratitude and respect for family, friends, our troops fighting overseas, and many other important subjects and activities. I am humbled and honored to see such inspiring contributions in response to what is a deceptively difficult question: “What are you thankful for?”
On behalf of the New York State Senate, I would like to offer my wholehearted congratulations to all of the participants in this year’s Thanksgiving Day Creative Celebration.
Nanuet, NY – Senator David Carlucci (D, Rockland/Westchester) announced today that his office successfully advocated for a local senior citizen, Dora Russo, who was hitting a road block with the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV).
State Senator David Carlucci (D-New City) said, "After working together with my colleagues in Albany and local leaders here in Rockland County I am very happy to announce that Moody's, the bond rating service, has upgraded Rodland County's bond rating from negative to stable in part thanks to the deficit financing bill which was recently signed into law. Finally Rockland County is moving in the right direction. I will continue to make sure the County not only has a second chance, but is held accountable for its actions moving forward."
NANUET, NY – Senator David Carlucci (D, Rockland/Westchester) said, “ I thank the Governor for his partnership and leadership in signing this important piece of legislation. Working with my colleagues in government we have delivered comprehensive oversight for the taxpayers of Rockland County. This is an important first step in getting Rockland County's finances back on track."