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Senator Martins Attends Residents For a More Beautiful Port Washington Annual Meeting

Senator Jack M. Martins had the honor of attending the Residents For a More Beautiful Port Washington 45th Annual Meeting at the Port Washington Library. The theme of the meeting was expanding the environmental education in the Port Washington Schools and the community at-large.

Among the elected officials attending were Senator Martins, Town of North Hempstead Councilwoman Dina DeGiogio and Nassau County Legislator Judy Bosworth.

 

Senator Martins Listens to Jamaica Square Homeowners

State Senator Jack Martins was introduced to Jamaica Square homeowners by Civic President Claudine Hall during the annual JSIL community day. The Jamaica Square Improvement League has a long rich history of community outreach and programming for families. The credo of the civic organization is helping their fellow neighbors and empowering the greater community. Senator Martins is pictured talking to homeowners with Hall and South Floral Park Trustee Elton McCabe during a meet and greet recently. "I want to thank Claudine Hall and the Jamaica Square Improvement for their hard work in improving quality of life for Elmont's neighborhood," said Senator Martins adding, "they make a difference."

Senator Martins Appointed to Senate Bi-Partisan Task Force on Hurricane Sandy Recovery

Senator Jack M. Martins was among 10 Senators appointed to the New York State Senate Bi-Partisan Task Force on Hurricane Sandy Recovery. The task force was announced during a press conference held on December 10 at a warming center in Rockaway Beach after the Senators toured a neighborhood ravaged by the hurricane, which hit the region late October.

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Senator Martins Helps Girl Scouts Receive Government Badge

At the Center Street School in the Herricks School District, Senator Jack M. Martins spoke to the members of the Girl Scout Troop 1501 as part of their requirement for their government badge. Senator Martins hosted a lively an interactive discussion during which the girls gave their ideas for new laws. The girls also asked Senator Martins questions about his job and about how he became a Senator.

"It was an honor to speak to the troop. They were a great group that is part of a great organization. I commend their parents and troop leaders," Senator Martins said.

FEMA Application Deadline Extended Until January 28, 2013

The FEMA application deadline for disaster assistance has been extended until January 28th, 2013 for affected areas including Nassau County. The federal disaster assistance for families and individuals can help resolve many disaster-related problems which are not covered under insurance. Applicants can either sign up online at http://www.disasterassistance.gov/ or by telephone at 1-800-621-3362.

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FEMA Application Deadline Extended Until January 28, 2013

The FEMA application deadline for disaster assistance has been extended until January 28th, 2013 for affected areas including Nassau County. The federal disaster assistance for families and individuals can help resolve many disaster-related problems which are not covered under insurance. Applicants can either sign up online at http://www.disasterassistance.gov/ or by telephone at 1-800-621-3362.

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Deadline For FEMA Assistance Extended Until January 28, 2013

The FEMA application deadline for disaster assistance has been extended until January 28th, 2013 for affected areas including Nassau County. The federal disaster assistance for families and individuals can help resolve many disaster-related problems which are not covered under insurance. Applicants can either sign up online at http://www.disasterassistance.gov/ or by telephone at 1-800-621-3362.

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From the Desk of Senator Jack M. Martins

Then the Lights Came Back On

It was just a few short weeks ago that Superstorm Sandy was causing us nothing but panic and grief. It was one problem right after another making those few days feel like an eternity, but I think we can agree that it gave us new appreciation for simple pleasures like brewing a cup of coffee or taking a hot shower. As often happens in times of sacrifice, we grew in solidarity with our neighbors, pulling through with a sense that we were “all in this together.”

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Environmental Assessment of Colonial Road Bridge Available For Public Comment

A project to rebuild the Colonial Road Bridge in the Village of Thomaston is nearing reality thanks to the efforts of Senator Jack M. Martins and Thomaston Village Mayor Robert Stern, who worked together with Long Island Railroad President Helena Williams in appropriately addressing community concerns over the project.

Upon taking office in 2011, Senator Martins, the chairman of the Senate Standing Committee on Local Government, facilitated discussions with Mayor Stern and the LIRR so that the bridge could be rebuilt without negatively impacting the residential community.

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Senator Martins Attends Westbury Senior Holiday Party

Senator Jack M. Martins had the pleasure of attending the Westbury Senior Holiday Party, where he joined in the holiday celebration. Among the other elected officials in attendance were Westbury Mayor Peter Cavallaro, Deputy Mayor Joan Boes, Assemblyman Tom McKevitt and Assemblyman Michael Montesano.

Senator Martins greeted many friends and wished them a very happy holiday season.