It's another fee adopted in this year's state budget and it will affect every New Yorker who owns a vehicle.
By April, 2010, new license plates will go out. And when you renew your registration or get a new vehicle you'll be required to get them. And it will cost you more too. The new plates will increase from $15 to $25.
Senator George Maziarz (R-C, Newfane) held a press conference this afternoon in Buffalo to denounce a bill that will deprive Western New York of the benefits of low-cost power generated at the Niagara Power Project, the New York Power Authority’s largest hydropower facility. Senate Bill 6050 was debated voted on, and passed in the State Senate at 3:00 AM on July 16.
Owners Frank Budwey, Paul Lamparelli & Peter Lamparelli invited the community to a formal ribbon cutting to celebrate the official opening of Newfane's new Budwey's Supermarket, located at 2555 Main Street in the Village.
Senator Maziarz co-sponsored a resolution declaring the month of May 2009 as Neurofibromatosis Awareness Month in New York.
Neurofibromatosis is a genetic tumor disorder that causes tumors to form along the nerves anywhere in or on the body at any time. Symptoms may include brain tumors, blindness, deafness, seizures, disfigurement, learning disabilities, and cancer. To date there is no cure or effective treatment.
Senator George Maziarz hosted a free Child Safety Day on Saturday, May 16, 2009 at his district office, located at 2578 Niagara Falls Boulevard (the “Boulder Commons” plaza) in the Town of Wheatfield. The event ran from 9:00 AM to 12:00 PM
Senator Maziarz encourages Governor, NYPA CEO to relocate to The Summit
Senator George Maziarz (R-C, Newfane) today wrote to Governor DavidPaterson and New York Power Authority President and CEO Richie Kesselurging them to relocate NYPA’s administrative offices from White Plains toNiagara County. Specifically, the relocation should focus on The Summit,the Wheatfield shopping mall scheduled to close in early June.
It is astonishing, but not surprising, that the legislative leaders in Albany spend a great deal of time and money on a bailout of the New York City-based Metropolitan Transportation Authority. Where is the bailout for Western New York? I wish they had spent as much time worrying about what the tax burden is on Western New York homeowners as they do about what the fare is on a bus in Brooklyn.
Members of the Senate Republican Conference today sent a letter to Governor David Paterson, Senate Majority Leader Malcolm Smith and Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver, urging them to address a problem created in the state budget, that is forcing businesses located in Empire Zones to give the state what amounts to an interest-free loan of more than half a billion dollars.
Senator George Maziarz (R-C, Newfane) held a press conference on May 1st in Buffalo’s Chippewa entertainment district to protest the new state taxes on beer and wine that is either made or sold in New York State. These tax hikes taking effect May 1st were part of the 2009-2010 state budget, which Senator Maziarz voted against.
Senator George Maziarz has joined with his colleagues in the Senate Republican Conference to launch a statewide petition drive to restore the STAR property tax rebate checks that were eliminated by Democrats in the recently adopted state budget.
Senator George Maziarz (R-C, Newfane) today released a list of new spending in the 2009-2010 state budget. The line items represent spending above and beyond Governor Paterson’s executive budget proposal, meaning they were added to the budget by the Majority conferences of the Senate and Assembly.
Representatives from Steel Development Company, which was attempting to build and operate a steel recycling and manufacturing facility (known as a ‘micro mill’) in Orleans County, told Senator George Maziarz (R-C, Newfane) yesterday that they are no longer looking to do business in New York.
On April 15th, 2009 Senator Maziarz welcomed a student from the Czech Republic named Adela Hlozkova into his District Office in Wheatfield for a visit. Adela is participating in a foreign exchange program in her hometown of Prague, and has been studying at North Tonawanda High School throughout the past year. Senator Maziarz invited her to visit his district office in order to provide her with a first-hand experience of how government works in the sta
As the New York Power Authority finally caves to mounting public pressure and scraps its plans to hike rates and hand out employee bonuses, it is clear that the people of Western New York have won a great victory.
Today’s admission proves that, with enough effort, an entity as big and out-of-touch as the Power Authority can still be held accountable to the people and their elected representatives.
State Senator George Maziarz, Assemblyman Steve Hawley, and Congressman Chris Lee’s representative Nick Langworthy joined 150 fourth grade social studies students at Oak Orchard Elementary School in Medina for the Medina Lions Club sponsored Liberty Day Project. The purpose of the project is to bring representatives from each branch of government into the classroom to teach students about the United States Constitution.