Senator Maziarz had the honor of attending Nik Wallenda's traversing of Niagara Falls on June 15th. Joined by 4,000 people on Goat Island and thousands on the Canadian Side and television, Nik successfully became the first person to walk directly over the Horseshoe Falls.
Senator Maziarz attended the Wilson Conservation Club's crossbow demonstration on June 2nd, which was held at the organization's beautiful facilities on Wilson-Cambria Road. Several manufacturers were on hand to demonstrate their products, and Senator Maziarz was given the opportunity to sample the bows. Well known as an avid sportsmen-rights advocate, Senator Maziarz recently sponsored legislation which will establish a crossbow hunting season in New York State.
Extension Cord from Canada is bad for ratepayers, workers, generators and our energy future
At a press conference this morning, Senator George Maziarz (R-C, Newfane) joined fellow State Senators, union members, power generators and business groups in order to draw attention to the negative impacts of a proposed underwater transmission line from Canada and announce legislation prohibiting the use of eminent domain by an electric corporation (or affiliate) that seeks to build a transmission line that originates outside of the United States to an ending point within the United States.
Carol Houwaart-Diez, a respected resident of Ransomville, has exemplifi ed the virtues of community service throughout her life and has made lasting contributions to organizations and institutions on behalf of the public good.
May 7, 2012 - Senator Maziarz talks about date announced for Nik Wallenda's High Wire Walk over Niagara Falls and practice times open to the public. He also talked about money he secured to spruce up Niagara Falls Parks.
This Saturday, May 5th, please join other volunteers across the New York State and participate in I Love My Park Day. Volunteers will clean up, improve, and beautify parks across the State. Locally, volunteers will meet at Hamlin Beach State Park at 9am to plant flowers and clean the kiosk. Volunteers will also meet at Wilson-Tuscarora State Park at 11am at the bath house for a trail and beach clean up.
The New York State Senate passed a law this week which gives courts the ability to consider a greater number of issues–including victims’ safety—when setting bail. The bill (S.259), sponsored by Senator George Maziarz, also known as “Jilly’s Law”, is named for Jill Cahill who was killed in 1998.Jill Cahill, of Onondaga County, was in the process of trying to divorce her husband, Jeff Cahill, when he attacked her with a baseball bat, striking her more than seven times and nearly killing her.