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NYS SENATOR ERIC ADAMS JOINS SENATE MAJORITY CONFERENCE TO PROVIDE BROOKLYN NAVY YARD WITH $15 MILLION FOR NEW “GREEN” DEVELOPMENT AND JOB CREATION

NYS Senator Eric Adams joins the NYS Senate Majority Conference to obtain $15 million for the creation of “green collar” jobs and an exhibition/visitors center at the Brooklyn Navy Yard

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NYS Senator Eric Adams Joins Senate Majority Conference to Pass Job Creation Package to Put New Yorkers Back to Work

 

NYS Senator Eric Adams joined his colleagues in the Senate to enact a 10-point plan that creates jobs, nurtures small businesses, and attracts new investments

 NYS Senator Eric Adams states: “Job creation and economic revitalization are top legislative priorities of the Senate Majority Conference. We have now passed a comprehensive jobs package of 10 bills that will put New Yorkers back to work, create new jobs, and spur economic growth for businesses across the state. The Majority’s “jobs plan” will:

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Announcement From NYS Senator Eric Adams: JOB FAIR

Youth America, Inc., in partnership with NYS Senator Eric Adams, hosted a job fair on June 9, 2011, in the 20th senatorial district to provide employment opportunities for local residents. 

The economic collapse that occurred three years ago still affects thousands of New Yorkers, and the high unemployment rate generates distress for individuals and families at every level. Over 40 employers participated in this job fair, which provided a host of employment opportunities for many jobless New Yorkers.  At last year's job fair, numerous individuals were hired on the spot and many received opportunities for second interviews that led to meaningful employment. 

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Senator Adams Shows His Support for Workers at a Local Supermarket.

Outraged members of the Kensington community stood up with Senator Eric Adams and City Councilmember Brad Lander in support of workers at a local supermarket who have been the victims of wage-theft and unfair treatment. Current and former employees have reported working for excessively long work weeks for less than minimum wage and harassment by store managers at the Golden Farm Supermarket. Since December, neighborhood activists have collected more than 500 postcards from local Kensington residents in support of the workers and let their voices be heard at the rally in front of the Supermarket.

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