Senator George Maziarz (R-C, Newfane) today announced that the New York Power Authority has awarded 800 kilowatts of low-cost hydropower to Continental Carbonic, an Illinois-based company looking to build a dry ice manufacturing and distribution facility in Medina.
Senate Bill 6700, sponsored by Senator George Maziarz, Chairman of the Senate Energy and Telecommunications Committee, was unanimously adopted yesterday. The bill is an important component of Senator Maziarz’s energy agenda, which is focused on growing our economy by encouraging innovation and the development of clean, renewable energy.
The Governor is thinking about delaying the return of state income tax refunds. This is a terrible idea. Let’s work together to help him change is mind!Please sign this on-line petition to get the tax refunds out the door as soon as possible. I will deliver the petition to the Governor in the next few weeks to let him know how we feel.
This rebate program, administered by the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA), is available to residential consumers replacing existing appliances of the same type with new ENERGY STAR® qualified appliances or High Efficiency ENERGY STAR appliances.
In an effort to strengthen the state’s efforts to fight Medicaidfraud, which is driving up spending and taxes at the state and locallevels, Senate Republicans today announced the creation of the SenateRepublican Task Force on Medicaid Fraud.
The task force will hold hearings this month in Albany and in NassauCounty and issue recommendations prior to the April 1st budget deadline.
Senator George Maziarz, Chairman of the Senate Energy Committee, is continuing his efforts to make the New York Power Authority more accountable to the communities in Upstate New York where low-cost hydropower is generated.
Members of the Senate Republican Conference today announced a major new jobs initiative designed to improve New York's business climate, reduce taxes, and create thousands of new jobs for workers across the State.
(Op-ed piece that ran in The Buffalo News, January 2010, by: Congressman Chris Lee, Senator George Maziarz, Senator MichaelRanzenhofer, Assemblyman Jim Hayes, Assemblyman JackQuinn, Assemblyman Stephen Hawley and Assemblywoman Jane Corwin.)
The final health care legislation shaping up in Washington may have a direct, negative impact on our state budget crisis in Albany.
Senator George Maziarz (R-C, Newfane) today critiqued Governor Paterson’s proposal to create a $25 million Small Business Revolving Loan fund through the 2010-2011 state budget. The seed money to establish the loan fund would come from the New York Power Authority. According to the Division of Budget, the