Dean G. Skelos' Reports

Senator Skelos’ Hurricane Safety Tips

As we enter another hurricane season on Long Island, it is important to make sure that you and your family are prepared in the event another storm strikes our area. As we learned during Hurricane Sandy, planning ahead can protect more than your property – it can help save lives.

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Senator Skelos’ Hurricane Safety Tips

June 4, 2013
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See if You are Entitled to NYS Unclaimed Funds

You may be entitled to some of the over $10.5 billion in unclaimed funds in New York State. A simple internet search is all it takes to see if you are eligible. To see if you have any unclaimed funds, go to http://www.osc.state.ny.us/ouf/index.htm. Why does New York State have unclaimed funds? Banks, insurance companies, utilities, investment companies and many other businesses are required by State law to turn over inactive accounts to the State. The Office of the State Comptroller then serves as the custodian of this money until it is claimed.

April 1, 2009
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Reforming the State's Brownfields Program

Legislation will help revitalize urban areas, make program more accountable to taxpayers

The New York State Senate passed legislation (S8717) to reform the state’s Brownfield Cleanup Program to better target financial incentives for the cleanup and redevelopment of contaminated sites across the State. The Brownfields reform bill, which reflects an agreement between the Governor and the Legislature, will help revitalize New York’s urban areas while ensuring that the program is more accountable to taxpayers.

The Brownfields legislation will:

April 1, 2009
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Helping to Protect Victims of Identity Theft

The New York State Senate passed legislation (S.8376-A) that would strengthen New York State’s identity theft laws in a variety of ways, including the enhancement of privacy protection in the work place and programs to aid those who have had their identities stolen. The legislation is part of a three-way agreement announced yesterday among the Governor, Senate and Assembly.

April 1, 2009
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Cracking Down on Pension Abuse, Increasing Transparency of School District Expenses

The New York State Senate passed comprehensive legislation (S8699), introduced at the request of Attorney General Andrew Cuomo following discussions involving the Senate and Attorney General’s office, that cracks down on school pension abuses that have forced taxpayers to pick up the rising costs, and increases transparency of school district expenses.

April 1, 2009
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March 26, 2009
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Cracking Down On Pension Abuse, Increasing Transparency Of School District Expenses

 

The New York State Senate passed comprehensive legislation (S8699), introduced at the request of Attorney General Andrew Cuomo following discussions involving the Senate and Attorney General’s office, that cracks down on school pension abuses that have forced taxpayers to pick up the rising costs, and increases transparency of school district expenses.

July 7, 2008
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Helping To Protect Victims Of Identity Theft

The New York State Senate passed legislation (S.8376-A) that would strengthen New York State’s identity theft laws in a variety of ways, including the enhancement of privacy protection in the work place and programs to aid those who have had their identities stolen. The legislation is part of a three-way agreement announced yesterday among the Governor, Senate and Assembly.

July 1, 2008
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Cracking Down On Pension Abuse, Increasing Transparency Of School District Expenses.

The New York State Senatepassed comprehensive legislation (S8699), introduced at the request of Attorney General Andrew Cuomo following discussions involving the Senate and Attorney General’s office, that cracks down on school pension abuses that have forced taxpayers to pick up the rising costs, and increases transparency of school district expenses.

July 1, 2008
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Helping To Protect Victims Of Identity Theft..

The New York State Senate passed legislation (S.8376-A) that would strengthen New York State’s identity theft laws in a variety of ways, including the enhancement of privacy protection in the work place and programs to aid those who have had their identities stolen. The legislation is part of a three-way agreement announced yesterday among the Governor, Senate and Assembly.

July 1, 2008
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Reforming The State's Brownfields Program

Legislation will help revitalize urban areas, make program more accountable to taxpayers

The New York State Senatepassed legislation (S8717) to reform the state’s Brownfield Cleanup Program to better target financial incentives for the cleanup and redevelopment of contaminated sites across the State. The Brownfields reform bill, which reflects an agreement between the Governor and the Legislature, will help revitalize New York’s urban areas while ensuring that the program is more accountable to taxpayers.

June 25, 2008
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Saving Nassau County From Bankruptcy

When Nassau County’s serious fiscal problems emerged in 2000, Senator Skelos secured $105 million in direct state aid to ease the burden placed on local taxpayers. In addition, Senator Skelos created the Nassau Interim Finance Authority (“NIFA”) to monitor the County’s budget and prevent similar troubles in the future, provide necessary technical assistance and refinance the County’s debts at a significantly lower cost.

May 16, 2006
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A Heartfelt Thank You To All Who Supported The Purple Heart Stamp

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January 30, 2006
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Senator Skelos' Biotech Development And Job Creation Initiative

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January 30, 2003
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