In an effort to celebrate Rockland County’s cherished cultural diversity, Senator David Carlucci (D-Rockland/Orange) today visited Fleetwood Elementary School to present a certificate of achievement to third grader Brianna Torres-Vega, one of the winners for his first annual Hispanic Heritage Month Poster Contest.
WEST NYACK, NY – Senator David Carlucci (D-Rockland/Orange), joined by fellow elected officials Assemblywoman Ellen Jaffee and Chairwoman of the Rockland County Legislature Harriet Cornell, recently attended Leadership Rockland’s Education and Developing Human Capital Day at BOCES in West Nyack.
WARWICK - Senator David Carlucci (D-Rockland/Orange) on Friday visited Trans Tech, a manufacturer of conventional and environmentally friendly electric Type-A school buses, to showcase how promoting green technology manufacturers will spur economic growth and create jobs here in Orange County. Trans Tech, which develops zero emissions Type-A school buses, allowed Senator Carlucci to take a drive on one of its cutting edge green fleet vehicles.
ALBANY — About 39,400 businesses in the Hudson Valley will no longer have to pay a payroll tax for being located in the Metropolitan Transportation Authority service region, Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Monday.
The offices of Senator David Carlucci and Assemblywoman Nancy Calhoun will hold District Office hours at the Stony Point Town Hall, located at 74 E. Main Street, this Thursday, December 15 from 10:00 a.m. to noon. A staff member will be present to provide direct assistant with any local and statewide issues.
Last Wednesday, I proudly voted for common sense legislation that will put more money in the pockets of middle class families, as well as eliminate or substantially reduce the job-killing MTA payroll tax for Rockland and Orange counties small businesses.
Senator David Carlucci today visited Adam Lipson, President & CEO of Network & Security Technologies, to discuss the importance of the new MTA payroll tax reduction on small businesses. On Wednesday night, the New York State legislature voted to eliminate or substantially reduce the MTA payroll tax for businesses whose payroll is $1.25 million and under.
Senator David Carlucci on Wednesday voted to bring a more fair and progressive tax system to New York that will cut taxes for middle class taxpayers and bring relief to small businesses and non-profit organizations affected by the MTA payroll tax.
“ I support the millionaire’s tax to provide relief for New York middle class families in these tough economic times. Going forward we have to ensure that any additional revenue generated goes to restoring cuts, not adding additional spending.
I’m also eager to get back to Albany to make sure we repeal the onerous, job-killing MTA payroll tax that is crushing our small businesses here in Rockland and Orange counties.
I look forward to working with Governor Cuomo to ensure that we make New York more affordable for homeowners while finding ways to grow our economy and create jobs."
Illegal Scams Costs New Yorkers Millions of Dollars Each Year
HAVERSTRAW – Senator David Carlucci (D-Rockland/Orange) today announced his plan to combat automobile insurance rate evasion, a fraudulent practice that costs New York taxpayers and ratepayers millions of dollars each year. The senator has co-sponsored legislation (S.5695) that grants new authority to law enforcement personnel, while at the same time changes existing requirements relative to applying to register a vehicle and secure a drivers license in New York.
Senator Carlucci had an extremely productive first year as Chairman of the Senate's Administrative Regulations Review Commission (ARRC). The freshman Senator's efforts culminated with Governor Andrew Cuomo signing into law two regulatory reform measures Senator Carlucci championed through the New York State Legislature.
(New City, NY) In response to the outcry of frustration from residents regarding the O&R power outages, Senator David Carlucci, Assemblywoman Ellen Jaffee , Assemblyman Kenneth Zebrowski and Clarkstown Supervisor Alex Gromack called for a public forum with O&R, the Public Service Commission and local officials.
(Nyack, NY) Senator David Carlucci was at the Nyack Head Start getting the kids into the spirit of Halloween and talking to them about Halloween safety . The Senator read Halloween books to the children who are ages 3-5 and distributed 800 trick or treat bags with safety tips and coloring books to Head Start programs throughout Rockland.
“Halloween is a fun holiday where children can let their imaginations run wild, but sometimes in the excitement, safety can be forgotten” Senator Carlucci said. “It was my pleasure to visit with the kids at the Nyack Head Start program and talk to them about how to stay safe and have fun this Halloween. I wish everyone a safe and happy Halloween.”