NYS Senator Eric Adams joins Rev. Dr. Oliver-Durrah and Honorees at the Neighborhood Technical Assistance 6th Annual Benefit Event. Senator Adams Presented The Lifetime Achievement Award to Dr. Lamuel A. Stanislaus, retired UN Diplomat who served as Grenada's Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary Representative.
NYS Senator Adams was the guest speaker at the Resurrection Is So Empowering (RISE) Family Community Development Corporation, where he spoke about rebuilding the Brownsville community and ceremonially installed the new members to the RISE Family Community Development Corporation executive board.
Ms. Marion Romain has been a faithful volunteer in our District Office for more than 5 years. An active senior citizen, Ms. Romain has an extensive background in office operations, having worked for numerous entities until her retirement in the early 1980’s. Every Tuesday morning, Ms. Romain is at her assigned post in the District Office, assisting greatly with receptionist duties and answering the phones. Full of energy and sharp as a tack, Ms. Romain also assists us with various community events outside of the office, and is always willing to lend a hand. We salute you, Ms.
Senator Adams, Assemblymembers Camara and Mosley, Councilmember Darlene Mealy, District Leaders Jesse Hamilton, Shirley Patterson and Renee Collymore hosted the "Meet Your Beat Officer" Community Forum where the Commanding Officer of the 70th Precinct, Deputy Inspector Lewis, Lieutenant Worobey, Sergeant Kelley and several patrol officers who patrol the surrounding communities, were present to give the attendees an opportunity to meet and greet them and to discuss their concerns.
Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce, Youth America, Inc. and WellCare, in partnership with NYS Senator Eric Adams and Councilmember Darlene Mealy hosted a Job Fair in Brooklyn to provide hope of employment for local residents.
SENATE PASSES ADAMS BILL TO PREVENT FINANCIAL CRIMES AGAINST BROOKLYN’S SENIORS
Bill would provide elderly with fraud safety net, create alert system to ID and prosecute schemes against seniors
(Brooklyn, NY – June 13, 2013) – The New York State Senate passed Senator Eric Adams’s bill (S. 5707) to prevent financial crimes against seniors Wednesday night, bringing Brooklyn one step closer to greatly improved fraud protections for its older population.
The bill would provide elderly consumers with a safety net when they are victimized, create an alert system so that evidence of fraud can be reported directly to law enforcement, and engage banks to identify and prevent financial schemes.