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Cuomo Administration Contacts Senate Chairman Carlucci and Administrative Regulations Review Commission

Governor Andrew Cuomo’s Administration, in its quest to relieve businesses and local governments of burdensome administrative mandates, contacted Senator David Carlucci, Chairman of the New York State Senate’s Administrative Regulations Review Commission (ARRC) for some hard-to-find information concerning the state’s regulatory review history. The request was part of a large mandate relief effort being undertaken by the Governor’s Mandate Relief Design Team. The Albany-Times Union recently reported that many members of the Mandate Relief Design Team were surprised to learn about a 2001 Senate majority law that allows localities to petition state agencies for alternatives to expensive regulatory mandates.

March 16, 2011
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Senator Carlucci Discusses ARRC

Senator David Carlucci discusses ARRC and his aspirations for the Commission

March 16, 2011
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Orangetown Landswap Bill Sponsored by Senator Carlucci Passes Senate

Senator Carlucci

Creating Job Legislation

 

 

(Albany, NY) Senator David Carlucci (D-Rockland/Orange) sponsored legislation (S2404/Carlucci)  that passed in the New York State Senate.  The bill which is co-sponsored by Assemblywoman Ellen Jaffee (D-Suffern) will allow for Orange and Rockland Utilities, Inc. (O&R) to swap land in order to build an electric transition structure without disturbing the character of parkland in the town of Orangetown.

 

This is a perfect example of a public private partnership that will clear the way for job creation and economic development in Orangetown.

 

March 15, 2011
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Reaching Out to Residents with Mobile Office Hours

As part of an ongoing effort to increase constituent outreach, I will be hosting mobile office hours throughout the district. During these mobile office hours I, or a staff member, will be available for residents to speak to regarding state-related matters.

These community mobile office hours make it easier for some local residents to discuss the issues that are important to them.  Convenient access to representatives is an important function of elected officials. It is essential that district residents are able to work with their legislators. Only by working together can we make our community the best possible place to live, work and raise a family.

March 15, 2011
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SENATOR CARLUCCI SUPPORTS NEW PROGRAMS TO BENEFIT NEW YORK’S SERVICEMEN AND WOMEN

 

(Albany, NY) Today, Senator David Carlucci (D-Rockland/Orange) voted to pass a package of legislation that extends or creates programs to honor our brave veterans and active military personnel who serve our nation.

 

 “Our veterans and active military personnel have made brave sacrifices on behalf of us all in their service to the nation,” Senator Carlucci said. “This legislation is a way for us to say thank you and show our continued support for their courage and dedication.  By passing this package of bills, we hope to expand their opportunities and enhance their quality of life.”

 

The package is comprised of the following bills:

 

March 15, 2011
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Senator Carlucci Streamlining the IG System

Senator Carlucci: Streamline NY's Patchwork Inspector General System

Senator Carlucci’s Plan would save $37 million; Strengthen State IG Office

(Albany, NY) Senator Carlucci (D-Rockland/Orange) today released a plan to streamline New York's patchwork Inspector General system and further empower the State Inspector General to be the top watchdog of New York's bureaucracy.

This proposal, which would eliminate overlapping and duplicative layers of state government and consolidate what are often competing operations, would result in $37 million in savings.

March 15, 2011
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Senator Carlucci Announces Life Saving "Lauren's Law"

Senator Carlucci Introduces Lauren’s Law

Increasing Organ Donations Saves Lives

 

(Nyack, NY) Senator David Carlucci (D-Rockland/Orange) announced the introduction of life saving legislation, Lauren’s Law today.  Lauren’s Law is named after 10 year old Lauren Shields who received a heart transplant in March of 2009.

 

March 7, 2011
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Senator Carlucci Protects Voting Rights for New Yorkers Serving Abroad

It is unacceptable for our military who are bravely serving abroad, to not have their votes counted.  Today the Senate passed  legislation that will allow adequate time for military ballots to be sent and returned in the event of a special election.

March 4, 2011
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Senator Carlucci Stands With Former NYC Mayor Ed Koch as A Hero of Reform

Former NYC Mayor Ed Koch came to Albany to to urge Senators who signed his NY Uprising pledge to honor their commitment to their constituents to create a independent redistricting commission and pass ethics and budget reform legislation.

March 2, 2011
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