With New York State and Long Island emerging slowly from a struggling economy, many regions hit a roadblock in the form of a hurricane. When Superstorm Sandy hit, many businesses and downtown areas that are such a vital part of a community’s economic engine were devastated.
Senator Jack M. Martins was recognized as the Legislator of the Year by the Long Island Hispanic Chamber of Commerce at the chamber's 25th Annual Gala of the Long Island Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.
Senator Martins was honored to be recognized among the other honorees for their accomplishments and to be bestowed with the Legislator of the Year honor by such a prestigious organization as the Long Island Hispanic Chamber of Commerce.
REPORT IDENTIFIES OVER 2,000 STATE RULES AND REGULATIONS THAT WARRANT REFORM OR REVIEW
The New York State Senate Majority Coalition issued a comprehensive report today that sheds light on New York State’s notoriously dense regulatory structure and identifies 2,219 specific rules, regulations and practices that put New York’s businesses at a competitive disadvantage.
The report is the product of surveys, meetings, community outreach and the input of over 100 business owners, advocacy organizations and individuals that participated in one of nine industry-specific public forums conducted throughout the State.
Senator Jack Martins (R-Mineola, pictured left), along with Town of North Hempstead Councilman Angelo Ferrara (pictured left center) and Williston Park Mayor Paul Ehrbar (pictured second left), recently welcomed TD Bank to its new location in Williston Park.
Bill Would Allow Small Businesses to Create Tax Deferred Savings Accounts For Job Creation
Senator Jack M. Martins (R-Mineola), Chairman of the Senate’s Commerce, Economic Development, and Small Business Committee, announced that legislation to help businesses create jobs has been passed by the New York State Senate.
Senator Jack Martins (R-Mineola, pictured third left), along with Town of North Hempstead Councilman Peter Zuckerman (pictured left center) and Village of East Hills Mayor Michael Koblenz (pictured right center), recently welcomed Dunkin Donuts to its new location on Roslyn Road in Roslyn Heights.
Senator Martins, Councilman Zuckerman, and Mayor Koblenz participated in the store’s official grand opening and extended their best wishes to the staff for many years of success.
Senator Jack M. Martins (R-7th Senate District) recently attended the grand opening celebration of Andrea’s Bake Shoppe & Café in Williston Park (638 Willis Avenue). Senator Martins congratulated owners Andrea DiGinoti and Tony DiGrigoli and wished them many years of success.
Senator Martins is pictured with owners Andrea DiGinoti and Tony DiGrigoli at the grand opening of Andrea’s Bake Shoppe & Café.