John J. Bonacic's posts related to Environment

Senator Bonacic Announces National Flood Safety Awareness Week: March 17-21

SENATOR BONACIC PROMOTES

NATIONAL FLOOD SAFETY AWARENESS WEEK

March 17-21, 2014 

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Senator Bonacic Invites Residents and Families to Citizen Preparedness Training in Middletown

Senator Bonacic (R/C/I – Mount Hope) invites residents and families to learn preparedness training in the event of a natural or man-made disaster at the Citizen Preparedness Training Program to be held on Thursday, August 7, from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm at the Mulberry House Senior Center, 62-70 West Main Street, Middletown, NY. 

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Earth Day Poster Winner - Christian Capella from Tuxedo Park School

Senator Bonacic congratulates first grader, Christian Capella, from Tuxedo Park School on being the Earth Day poster winner from the Senator's 42nd district.   

Senator Bonacic Tours Glenmere Lake, Village of Florida

Senator Bonacie met with concerned citizens and elected officials on Friday, August 29, 2014 to talk about the harmful effect of vegetation in Glenmere Lake.  This is the main water supply for the residents of  Florida.  “We will continue to work with the DEC to try to look for a solution to address the concerns of our constituents,” said the Senator.

(Pictured l to r): Village Trustees John Barczak, Brian Slattery, and Thomas Fuller; Jan Jansen and Mayor Pawliczek.

SENATE PASSES BONACIC’S BILL TO PROMOTE EDUCATION IN HUNTING, FISHING, AND OUTDOOR EDUCATION IN HIGH SCHOOLS

(Albany, NY)- Senator John J. Bonacic (R/C/I-Mt. Hope) is pleased to announce that his bill, Senate Bill S.4368 has passed the Senate. This bill would instruct the Commissioner of the Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) to work the Board of Regents to develop an education program that local school districts could choose to utilize, relating to hunting, fishing and outdoor education as a means to present students in grades nine through twelve with information about outdoor recreation opportunities.

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