Here are Senator George Maziarz' remarks made on the Senate floor on the late evening of June 22, 2011 in support of Power NY--legislation he co-authored to allow for the siting of power plants in New York to meet the state's growing energy needs
Senator George Maziarz tells the story of the late Margaret Gill of North Tonawanda, who was recently inducted into the NYS Senate Veterans Hall of Fame. Gill was a distinguished US Army nurse during World War II.
Senator George Maziarz discusses his participation in the annual Mother's Day Walk for Breast Cancer Awareness in Lockport, the creation of a Select Senate Committee on Native American Affairs, a Niagara County appointment to the Power Authority Board of Trustees, efforts to strengthen New York's anti-texting while driving laws, and the Purple Heart Forever Stamp.
Every year Senator Maziarz sponsors a Small Business Development Seminar coordinated by the NCCC Small Business Development Center. This year's event will be held on the evening of Thursday, May 19, 2011 from 7:00 - 9:00 PM. Click here for more information: http://www.nyssbdc.org/training/training.aspx?TID=59280.
Senator Maziarz talks about Verizon pulling out of Western New York, the special election in the 26th Congressional District, the Senate's approval of the ReCharge NY program, and his repeated calls for the OCFS Commissioner to either resign or be fired.
Senator George Maziarz discusses the passage of UB2020 legislation in the Senate, a plan to ensure military ballots are counted in special elections, the absurd idea to mandate bicycle registrations for a fee, Joe Martens' confirmation hearing for DEC Commissioner, and legislation aimed to help independent pharmacies.