Senator Bonacic attended the Forestburgh Fire Department’s Annual Corned Beef Dinner on Saturday, March 14th, with his wife Pat. Senator Bonacic congratulated the Department on their annual dinner, which is home to some of the best corned beef in Sullivan County, and is very well attended by those who are looking for a hearty meal.
Senator Bonacic met with students, and representatives from the Bassett Healthcare Network and New York School-Based Health Alliance, today, in his Albany office. Both organizations work to improve the health status of children and youth by advancing and advocating for school-based healthcare. The focus of the discussion centered on the funding of school based clinics.
Senator Bonacic met with members of the Sullivan County Visitors Association and local Sullivan County business owners on March 10th, in his Albany office. The discussion focused on ways to encourage, and improve economic growth, and promote tourism in the County.
Senator Bonacic met with Superintendent’s from Sullivan, Ulster and Delaware counties, on March 10, in his Albany office. The discussion focused on educational issues and priorities for the 2015-2016 New York State Budget.
Senator John J. Bonacic attended the Boys and Girls Club of Sullivan County’s Celebrity Dinner at Villa Roma, in Sullivan County, on Friday March 6th. The event was attended by local dignitaries and community leaders, and raised substantial monies for the Boys and Girls Club.
Senator Bonacic is pictured with (L-R), Greg Goldstein, Honorary Chairman of the Celebrity Dinner, and Alexis Eggleton, Executive Director of the Boys and Girls Club.
Senator John J. Bonacic delivered remarks at the Sullivan Renaissance 2015 Annual Conference on Saturday March 7th. The event was held at Bethel Woods Center for the Arts in Bethel, NY. The event was an opportunity for elected officials and community leaders to discuss the initiatives that are happening in Sullivan County.
Senator John J. Bonacic met with administrators from the Ulster County Community College in Albany this week. The Administrators were in Albany to discuss educational issues and their priorities for the 2015-2016 New York State Budget.
(Albany, NY)- Senator John J. Bonacic (R/C/I-Mt. Hope) attended the New York Farm Bureau’s Annual Reception in Albany on March 2, 2015. The New York Farm Bureau advocates on behalf of farmers and agricultural interests in New York State. Senator Bonacic was recently named to the New York Farm Bureau’s “Circle of Friends” for his advocacy on behalf of farmers.
“I am proud to stand up on behalf of farmers, and will continue to fight for them in the 2015 legislative session,” said Bonacic.
Senator John J. Bonacic (R/C/I-Mt. Hope) participated in a Public Hearing regarding the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA), March 2, at the Capitol in Albany. Senator Bonacic asked the MTA officials to consider two projects that would benefit Orange County. The first project would be the installation of passing sidings all the way from Hoboken to Port Jervis, and the second would be the installation of a new rail yard in Orange County.
Senator Bonacic met with educators from the Delaware Academy Central School District today, February 25, in his Albany office. The topic of discussion focused on educational funding priorities for the Fiscal Year 2015-2016 State Budget.
Senator Bonacic is pictured with nurses and doctors from the hospital as well as, Gerard Galrneau, Chief Executive Officer of the Catskill Regional Medical Center, Darrell Supak, Vice Chairman of the Catskill Regional Medical Center’s Board of Directors, Joseph Loughlin, Secretary of the Catskill Regional Medical Center’s Board of Directors, Scott Batulis CEO of the Greater Hudson Valley Health System, and Rolland Bojo, Vice President of Patient Care Services at Catskill Regional Medical Center.
Senator Bonacic is pictured with Patrick Dollard, President and CEO of the Center for Discovery, Theresa Hamlin, Associate Executive Director of the Center for Discovery, Caryn Anderson, Executive Vice President of Admissions, and Steve Mosenson, Esq., General Counsel for the Center for Discovery.”
Senator Bonacic had the opportunity to address the New York State Bar Association 2015 Annual Meeting in New York City. He was joined by hundreds of members of the legal profession and had the opportunity to lead a discussion on casino gaming in New York State
Warwick Valley Chamber of Commerce hosted a multi-chamber mixer with the Goshen, Pine Island and Greenwood Lake Chambers of Commerce at the Black Dirt Brewhouse in the Village of Florida. Over 200 community members came out to celebrate the opening of the Black Dirt Brewhouse, Orange County’s newest restaurant. Senator Bonacic is pictured with Kristen Said, Owner of the Black Dirt Brewhouse and Kyle Roddey, who is the Director of Operations.
Senator Bonacic attends an open house and ribbon cutting at Flat Iron Financial Group’s new office in the Village of Goshen. The event was hosted by the Goshen Chamber of Commerce. Flat Iron Financial is a small business that assists individuals in financial planning.