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Senator Martins Attends Meeting of Hicksville Fire District Board of Commissioners

Senator Jack M. Martins recently attended a meeting of the Hicksville Fire District Board of Commissioners. As a proponent of the volunteer fire service, Senator Martins keeps abreast of the issues facing our volunteers.

SENATOR MARTINS JOINS WITH ROSLYN HIGHLANDS HOOK & LADDER FOR OPENING OF FIRE STATION

Senator Jack M. Martins was honored to have joined with the Roslyn Highlands Hook & Ladder, Engine & Hose Co. for the official opening of their fire station. Senator Martins is always proud to join with our volunteer firefighters who do so much for our communities.

 

SENATOR MARTINS & ASSEMBLYWOMAN SCHIMEL: TRUSS NOTIFICATION BILL PASSED BY STATE LEGISLATURE

     Senator Jack M. Martins (R-Mineola) and Assemblywoman Michelle Schimel (D-Great Neck) announced that legislation they sponsored to help protect volunteer firefighters has been passed by the State Legislature. The legislation (S6675C/A1869D), which passed with broad bipartisan support, would help save firefighters from the early collapse of residential structures by establishing a truss construction notification system for residential properties. 

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SENATOR MARTINS JOINS WITH FLORAL PARK FIRE DEPARTMENT IN PAYING TRIBUTE LONGTIME FLORAL PARK FIREFIGHTER

     Senator Jack M. Martins (R-7th Senate District) recently joined with the Floral Park Fire Department in paying tribute to the memory of a devoted Floral Park firefighter and his over four decades of community service.

     The Department dedicated the new ambulance in memory of firefighter Joseph Reekie, Sr. Mr. Reekie served the Floral Park community for 45 years as a volunteer firefighter and EMT. Senator Martins took part in the dedication ceremony, which was held at Floral Park Fire Department Headquarters.

     Senator Martins (right) is pictured with Floral Park Fire Department Chief Brian Naughton and Captain Marylou King of Rescue Company #1.

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SENATOR MARTINS NAMED HONORARY CHIEF OF STEWART MANOR FIRE DEPARTMENT

     Senator Jack M. Martins (R-7th Senate District) was recently honored by the Chiefs, Officers, and members of the Stewart Manor Fire Department.

     The Department named Senator Martins an Honorary Chief in recognition of his “many years of outstanding support, dedication, and devoted service.”

     Senator Martins (right center) is pictured receiving his award from Chief Tom Skinner (right), Assistant Chief Ronald Sopp (left center), and Firefighter Peter Williams (left), who is also an Honorary Department Chief.

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SENATOR MARTINS HONORS MANHASSET-LAKEVILLE FIREFIGHTERS FOR THEIR DEVOTED COMMUNITY SERVICE

     Senator Jack M. Martins (R-7th Senate District) recently honored members of the Manhasset-Lakeville Fire Department for their devoted service to the community. 

     Senator Martins sponsored legislative resolutions, which were passed by the New York State Senate, honoring the following Department members for their many years of volunteer service.

     • 60 year member: Ex-Chief Joseph Morris

     • 50 year member: Ex-Captain Preston Hicks, Sr.

     • 25 year member: Chief of Department Scott Garrigan

     • 25 year member: Ex-Chief Kyle Duggar

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SENATOR MARTINS ANNOUNCES PASSAGE OF LEGISLATION TO HELP PROTECT FAMILIES FROM TRAGEDIES

Legislation Aims to Reduce House Fire Related Deaths by Requiring Smoke Detectors with a Non-Removable Battery

     Senator Jack M. Martins (R-7th Senate District) announced that the New York State Senate and Assembly recently passed legislation to help protect families from fire-related tragedies in their homes.

     The legislation (S2696A), of which Senator Martins is a sponsor, aims to reduce house fire related deaths by requiring battery operated smoke alarms sold in New York State have batteries that are non-replaceable, non-removable and will power the device for a minimum of ten years.

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SENATOR MARTINS JOINS LOCAL BUSINESS IN SUPPORTING MANHASSET-LAKEVILLE FIRE DEPARTMENT

     Senator Jack M. Martins (R-7th Senate District) recently visited North Bay Cadillac in Great Neck for an event in support of the Manhasset-Lakeville Fire Department.

     North Bay Cadillac presented a CPR training unit to the Department. The units allow personnel to teach area residents the correct way to provide CPR, allowing those trained to save the lives of heart attack victims in need of immediate attention. North Bay Cadillac is a member of the Greater New York Automobile Dealers Association (GNYADA) which administers the CPR donations on behalf of the National Automobile Dealers Association Charitable Foundation.

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