(Albany, NY) The New York State Senate passed a comprehensive package of legislation expanding services and increasing access for senior citizens, Senator Savino (D-Brooklyn/Staten Island) has announced.
STATEN ISLAND, NY - CASTLETON CORNERS - The skies were still dark on Saturday morning when William Ambio began hosing down the grounds of the Todt Hill Houses and setting up tables in preparation for a communitywide celebration.
The Associated Press • October 22, 2010NEW YORK — Penny Martin won't have to be pinching pennies any more.The Staten Island woman recently discovered that she was the beneficiary of a $10,000 life insurance policy held by a former boyfriend who died in 1985.On Thursday, Martin was presented with a check from the state's unclaimed funds at a news conference attended by state Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli and state Sen. Diane Savino.The state has $10.5 billion in unclaimed funds dating to the 1940s. It includes unclaimed insurance policies, lapsed bank accounts and other property.To Read More: http://www.mycentraljersey.com/article/20101022/NATIONWORLD/101022008/NY...
By: NY1 NewsA Staten Island woman who was once homeless got a big surprise Thursday when she learned there was money just sitting in a bank waiting for her.Penny Martin was living in a homeless shelter when she learned that a man she had dated when she was a teenager left her $10,000."I remember this man saying to me that, 'If anything happens to me I just want you to know that you are going to be my beneficiary.' And I was young I didn't have the slightest clue what this person was talking about, but when you get older and you start working and paying bills money stays on your mind," Martin said.State Senator Diane Savino's office helped her reclaim the money.