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SENATOR BALL SWEARS IN NEW MAHOPAC FIRE DEPARTMENT CHIEF

Brewster, N.Y. – (1/10/2012) – On Saturday night, Senator Greg Ball (R, C-Patterson) issued the Oath of Office to Raymond Hamill who is the new Chief of the Mahopac Volunteer Fire Department.

January 10, 2012
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SENATOR BALL SAVES $20 MILLION IN ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION FUNDING

 

Brewster, N.Y. – (1/10/12) – The New York State Senate has successfully passed legislation sponsored by Senator Greg Ball (R, C – Patterson) that protects $20 million in federal funding to provide imperative support for free hunter education classes, manage fish and wildlife populations, provide public hunting, fishing and boating access, and build and maintain public shooting ranges.

January 10, 2012
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CAPITOL CONFIDENTIAL: BALL’S BULL

by Rick Karlin

He’s cast himself as an arch-conservative and defender of gun owner rights but has staunchly opposed hydrofracking and now Hudson Valley Senator Greg Ball is going after industrial agriculture, complete with a You Tube video of a bull he apparently rescued. Details of the animal’s history are sparse but toward the end, Ball, a Republican, denounces large-scale agribusiness with its use of chemicals, hormones and, critics say, poor treatment of livestock. So far, he notes, “Vegan” is turning out to draw the most votes in the senators’s Facebook contest to name the animal.

January 9, 2012
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LEGISLATIVE GAZETTE: SEN. BALL HOLDS CONTEST TO NAME HIS NEW BULL

 

By ANTHONY MANCINI, Gazette staff writer

State Sen. Greg Ball, R–Patterson, began a contest asking fans of his Facebook page to help him name his bull, which he adopted over the summer. Whoever suggests the name that attracts the most “likes” will win the contest.

January 9, 2012
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SENATOR BALL INTRODUCES GOV. APPOINTEE FOR COMMISSIONER OF STATE DIVISION OF HOMELAND SECURITY TO FIRST RESPONDERS

 

 

Carmel, N.Y.– 1/7/2012— On Friday, Senator Greg Ball (R, C – Patterson) introduced more than 100 members of New York’s law enforcement and fire prevention community to Jerome M. Hauer, the Governor’s appointee for Commissioner of the Department of Homeland Security at the district’s Inaugural Law Enforcement and Fire Prevention Roundtable Summit Meeting.

At the Paladin Center in Carmel, NY, Senator Ball provided a forum for each county and local municipality in the 40th Senate District to share feedback concerning the training and development needs of their police and fire departments, and to discuss their current emergency preparedness plans.

January 9, 2012
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MIDHUDSON NEWS: STATE HOMELAND SECURITY CHIEF WARNS TERRORISTS CONCOCT PLANS IN SUBURBS

 

CARMEL – Noting that when terrorists hatch plans to attack large metropolitan areas like New York City, they hatch those plans in the suburbs and for that reason, the state’s homeland security commissioner briefed first responders from Putnam and Westchester counties in Carmel on Friday. They gathered at the Paladin Center for a summit conducted by State Senator Gregory Ball.

January 9, 2012
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LOHUD: PUTNAM, WESTCHESTER ARE KEY TO RESPONSE IN CASE OF NYC TERROR ATTACK

 

Written by: Terence Corcoran

CARMEL — The northern suburbs may not be a prime target for a terrorist attack, but if New York City is hit again, Westchester and Putnam counties could be thrust into major roles, the governor’s appointee for commissioner of homeland security said Friday at a forum for emergency responders.

January 7, 2012
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REUTERS: NEW YORK FRACKING OPPONENTS SEEK EXTENDED MORATORIUM

 

By Dan Wiessner

(Reuters) – New York state lawmakers will once again consider proposals to extend a moratorium on the controversial gas-drilling method known as fracking, with opponents vowing to pursue new legislation this year.

January 7, 2012
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SENATOR GREG BALL ASKS FACEBOOK FANS TO HELP HIM NAME HIS BULL!

 

 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Contact: Brittany Oat, (845) 200-9716

 

 

January 2, 2012
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LEWISBORO LEDGER: BALL BLASTS HYDROFRACKING

Written by Jane K. Dove

A standing-room-only crowd of about 80 area residents filled the Lewisboro Library to capacity on Dec. 21 as State Senator Greg Ball, 40th District, called for a one-year moratorium on hydraulic fracturing in New York state.

December 30, 2011
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Yorktown Jobs and Economic Development Round Table

Senator Ball, in coordination with local community leaders, worked to secure $67 million for local projects. This is just the beginning and we must continue to work together to help local businesses expand while attracting new investment and businesses as well.

March 16, 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
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Sportsmen's Caucus Trap Shoot

Save the Date! The New York Legislative Sportsmen’s Caucus cordially invites you to an afternoon of trap shooting.

For more information please contact Suzi McDonough: mcdonoug@nysenate.gov - 845-279-3773

 

June 2, 12:30 PM - 5:00 PM
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DAILY LEWISBORO: BALL CALLS FOR ONE-YEAR MORATORIUM ON HYDROFRACKING

 

by Bob Dumas

LEWISBORO, N.Y. –  State Senator Greg Ball (R, C – Patterson) called for a statewide one-year moratorium on hydraulic fracturing (hydrofracking) during a presentation he gave on the controversial subject at the Lewisboro Library Wednesday night.

December 28, 2011
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DAILY YORKTOWN: BALL PLEDGES TO SECURE FUNDS FOR YORKTOWN SENIOR CENTER

 

by Jennifer Swift

YORKTOWN, N.Y.– Amid construction and a renovation of the Yorktown Senior and Nutrition Center, State Sen. Greg Ball (R, C- Paterson) told Yorktown seniors he would secure funding from the Dormitory Authority for the renovations.

December 28, 2011
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February 3, 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
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January 27, 12:00 AM - 12:00 AM
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Law Enforcement Round Table

 

40th Senate District’s 1st Annual Law Enforcement and Fire Prevention Roundtable Summit Meeting

Friday, January 6, 2012, from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM.  This meeting will take place at The Paladin Center which is located at 39 Seminary Hill Road, Carmel, NY 10512.

January 6, 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
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