RIVERDALE-Last night, Senator Jeff Klein (D-Bronx/Westchester) joined in at the 50th Precinct Community Council meeting where he presented an award in recognition of the recent promotion of its commanding officer, Dermot Shea, to Deputy Inspector. Under Inspector Shea’s tenure there has been an overall reduction in crime and an 83% increase in arrests for Grand Larceny Auto; an issue which particularly plagues the Riverdale community. Senator Klein spoke with reverence about the Shea family with which Klein is intimately familiar.
<?xml:namespace prefix = o ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:office" /><?xml:namespace prefix = st1 ns = "urn:schemas-microsoft-com:office:smarttags" />NEW ROCHELLE, NY-Tomorrow at 12 noon on WVOX 1460 am, join Senator Jeff Klein (D-Westchester/Bronx) for an exciting conversation with leading scholars and distinguished local politicians about the ongoing struggle for civil rights.In honor of Martin Luther King Jr.
New York City had been subject to a foreclosure filing at the close of the third quarter, Spitzer praised Klein for his leadership.
At the forefront of efforts to mitigate the subprime crisis since April, Klein has introduced legislation, held six hearings around the state, released four reports on the increasingly dire straits of New York’s home mortgage borrowers, and helped champion what has become a national effort to curb abusive home lending practices
Bronx leads the city in instances of cervical cancer, we also have the only HPV Vaccine and Cervical Cancer prevention clinic to help protect women in a critical age range that need to be protected from this deadly disease.”
Bronx women do not access the healthcare system for screening. On average the clinic vaccinates about 20-30 women per week, totally hundreds since March.
QUEENS, NY-Amidst the foreclosure crisis which has engulfed the nation, Senator Jeff Klein met with Governor Elliot Spitzer in Minority Leader Malcolm Smith's district to address the issue from one of the hardest hit areas in New York State: St. Albans, Queens. With 355 foreclosure filings from July 2006 through July 2007, Senator Klein's August report: Survey of Sub-prime Mortgages in New York State found that the neighborhood ranked third in Queens County for the most foreclosures.
ABC 7 at 11:35 pm EST as Senior Correspondent, Vicki Mabrey, speaks with Senator Klein and follows a homeowner as she seeks to resolve her troubled mortgage with a Countrywide representative, courtesy of Senator Klein.
BRONX- This past Friday, Senator Jeff Klein, joined by Santa Claus himself and the students of P.S. 108 and P.S. 83, flicked the switch at his 13th Annual Christmas Tree at Peace Memorial Plaza on Williamsbridge Rd and Pelham Parkway. Careening through the crowd on a horse drawn carriage Senator Klein showered thecrowdwith Christmas presents as the choir broke into "Deck the Halls" and other Christmas classics. The merry minions received stuffed santas and snomen, in addition to chocolate kisses.
NEW ROCHELLE, NY-Partaking in the Pelham Seniors' Annual Christmas Party, Senator Klein dropped by the Davenport Club to schmooze with the crowd and take in the holiday spirit. As a long time supporter of the group the Senator had the pleasure of taking dozens of seniors to an all expenses paid afternoon at the theatre this past September. Eager seniors enjoyed a three course luncheon at the Westchester Broadway Theatre and a special viewing of the award winning Broadway production, Little Shop of Horrors.
BRONX-Stopping by the Woodlawn Tax Payer's monthly meeting, Senator Jeff Klein was proud to present a grant for $2,500 to help cover the group's general operating costs. In addition, the Senator spoke to the crowd about his recent work to divest the NewYork State pension fund from companies that conduct business with states that sponsor terrorism.In June, the Senator released a report, compiled with the assistance of Conflict Securities Advisory Group, Inc.
BRONX-Basking in the glow of 13 years of tradition, Senator Jeff Klein kicked-off the Festival of Lights, Hanukah, at his 13th Annual Menorah Lighting. Seniors and students joined together for an intergenerational celebration replete with a special performance by the Beth Jacob/Beth Miriam Chorus and treats for all. Senator Klein spoke movingly about the state of Israel andthe importance ofmaintaining a sense of Jewish identity in the diaspora.
Delaware, have written to governors and legislative leadership in all 50 states to promote their unified, ‘broad’ terror-free investing legislative model, which will apply substantial financial pressure on foreign companies to either freeze business activities within countries that sponsor terrorism, or withdraw from such countries altogether.
BRONX- SchuylerHillSeniors were enjoying their regular excersize class, which Senator Kleinsponsors, whenthe Senator himself dropped by to bring holiday cheer and framed professional photographs taken at his 13th Annual Senior Appreciation Days. This summer Klein hosted a raffle to win an all expenses paid afternoon at the Westchester Broadway Theatre.
BRONX-Senator Jeff Klein (D-Bronx/Westchester) hosted his 1st Annual Veterans’ Breakfast in honor of the veterans of the 34th Senate District and their outstanding commitment to our country. 280 veterans poured into the Villa Barone Manor toenjoy a complimentary hot breakfast and performance by the P.S. 14 Callandra Choir, as well as a special appearance by the SUNY Maritime color guard.
BRONX-In the true spirit of the season Senator Klein gave thanks to 100 seniors at the Throggs Neck AARP by raffling off four 15lb turkeys. The lucky winners clucked in delight as the Senator spoke about his new program, Home for the Holidays, to help keep families out of foreclosure and in their homes during this most American of seasons. In the last week, the Senator and his staff have held 37 different raffles through out the 34th senate district.
BRONX, NY-Senator Jeff Klein made history at the Langsam Property Services Corp.’s Langsam Distinguished Service Awards Dinner, becoming the first elected official to receive special recognition for his Cop of the Month and Explorer of the Month programs. The Senator’s awards are given monthly to officers and young explorers who demonstrate an exceptional commitment to law enforcement. The Langsam Distinguished Service Awards are given out to police officers who have performed their duties with distinguished service.
NY-Pointing to a blighted property, Senator Klein emphasized that the impact of the national foreclosure crisis has now reached the small, quiet, middle class community of Throggs Neck as a result of the instability in the sub-prime lending market.
“The fall-out of the sub-prime mortgage crisis has hit home here in Throggs Neck where the ripple effect of a single foreclosure has rocked this pristine and exemplary community of responsible citizens.
TUCKAHOE, NY-Standing at the intersection of Fisher and Young streets Senator Klein, Mayor Fitzpatrick, and Deputy Mayor Eckland picked uptheir golden shovels and patted down wet cement as trucks poured new lifeinto Tuckahoe's ailing sidewalks. The Village has long been a quiet respite known for its cozy charm and quaint streets. However, when the Mayor reached out to Senator Kleinto help improve Tuckahoe's sagging sidewalks, he was happy to allocate $25,000 in Capital Improvement funds to keep Tuckahoe in shape.
NEW YORK- At the invitation of the New York City Councilman Leroy Comrie, Chairman of the Committee on Consumer Affairs, Senator Jeff Klein (D-Bronx/Westchester) testified at a hearing in support of Proposed Resolution No. 430A, recommending that the state pass his proposed bill, S2269, which would reduce the number of policies that insurers can cancel in a single year without having to gain the approval of the State Insurance Department.
Under current law, an insurance company can cancel up to 4% of its statewide policies each year without any official scrutiny.