Brewster, N.Y. – (7/16/12) – Senator Greg Ball (R,C-Patterson), will be kicking off his town hall tour this week in Yorktown Heights. The tour is designed to provide communities with an update following this year’s legislative session.
On Saturday, July 7th I had the privilege of hosting the 1st Annual First Responders Appreciation Day event at beautiful Camp Kiwi in Carmel, NY in honor of all of our Police Officers, Firefighters, Emergency Medical Service Workers, Correction Officers, Court Officers, Veterans and their families.
With the contract negotiations between Consolidated Edison Inc. and its largest New York union alternating between hot and cold, State Senator Greg Ball isn’t going to take it sitting down. Consequently, his office sent out a press release this morning entitled, “BALL TO CON ED: ‘GET IT DONE! CUT THE CRAP, CLOSE THE GAP.’”
Photo credit: Courtesy of Sen. Greg Ball | Jerry O’Shaughnessy of the Peekskill American Legion Post No. 0274, left, with state Sen. Greg Ball and Westchester County Legis. John Testa, right, in June at the Peekskill American Legion 5-kilometer Run/Walk For Heroes.
(From left to right: Jerry O’Shaughnessy of the Peekskill American Legion, Senator Greg Ball and Legislator John Testa. The picture was taken last month at the Peekskill American Legion 5K Run/Walk For Heroes. Senator Ball took 9th place with a time of 21:02.)
Domestic violence is an epidemic that tears families apart and represents some of the most dangerous calls to respond to for law enforcement. The fact that nearly twenty five percent of women experience domestic violence is appalling and should be considered a public health nightmare.
Mount Kisco, N.Y. – (6/27/12) – Senator Greg Ball (R, C – Patterson) joins County Legislator Peter Harckham and Assemblyman Robert Castelli join Elizabeth Riepe and her daughter Linda McCartney on Elizabeth’s 100th birthday at the Fox Senior Center in Mount Kisco, N.Y.
(From left to right: Eagle Scout Aaron Baltich-Schecter, Senator Greg Ball and Eagle Scout Kristian Laureiro)
Croton-on-Hudson, N.Y. – (6/25/12) –Senator Greg Ball (R, C – Patterson) presented Kristian Laureiro and Aaron Baltich-Schecter of Croton-on-Hudson Boy Scout Troop 28 with a New York State Senate Proclamations for achieving the rank of Eagle Scout at Holy Name of Mary Church in Croton-on-Hudson.
The only way to protect all New Yorkers from the financial and health risks associated with the chemical concoction used in the hydraulic fracturing process is to enact a “Property Owner’s Bill of Rights” (S5879). With this legislation, these are some of the key items natural gas companies will be mandated to do:
Domestic violence is an epidemic that tears families apart and represents some of the most dangerous calls to respond to for law enforcement. The fact that nearly 25% of women experience domestic violence is appalling and should be considered a public health nightmare.