State Senator John Bonacic (R,C,I – Mount Hope) today praised a new state law, which he supported, to make it easier for people to identify themselves as veterans by requiring a separate line on New York State Drivers Licenses or Identification Cards to indicate veteran status.Often times, veterans do not have an easily available source of identification to prove their status.
Senator John J. Bonacic (R,C,I – Mount Hope) recently celebrated the Rock Hill Fire Department’s 56 years of service to the community. In honor of their Anniversary, the Rock Hill Fire Department sponsored the 84th Annual Sullivan County Volunteer Firefighter’s Association Parade.
Senator Bonacic is pictured with Steven Gottlieb, Rock Hill Fire Department Commissioner.
Ceremonial Groundbreaking for SUNY Orange's Center for Science and Engineering on Tuesday, September 18th, 2012. This four-story, 100,000 square foot building will provide a fitting home for the College's science, engineering and architecture programs, allowing students and faculty a state-of-the-art teaching and learning atmosphere.
Dear Fellow New Yorker:Like so many New Yorkers, I clearly remember where I was on that crisp, clear morning of September 11th, 2001.And while more than a decade has now passed, the memory of that tragic day is still fresh in our minds.
Senator John J. Bonacic (R,C,I – Mount Hope) has received a strong vote of confidence from the state’s largest business advocacy organization, the Business Council of New York State, which recently named him one of the top “Pro-Jobs” state legislators.
Senator John Bonacic welcomed Rosanna Scotto, anchor of Good Day NY to the Senate Chamber recently; where she was honored as an Italian American of Distinction for her commitment to preserving Italian American Heritage by the New York Conference of Italian American State Legislators.
Senator John Bonacic welcomed former METS pitcher, James Anthony Franco to the Capitol recently; where he was honored as an Italian American of Distinction for his commitment to preserving Italian American Heritage by the New York Conference of Italian American Legislators.
1998 Murder Prompted Loud Local Calls for Change but No Action in State Assembly Legislation (S.6115) sponsored by State Senator John J. Bonacic (R/C/I – Mt. Hope), which would require reports made to the State’s Child Abuse hotline to be investigated, when made by mandated reporters such as physicians, social workers, or law enforcement, has again cleared the State Senate with wide, bi-partisan support.
“Earlier this week, the New York State Thruway Authority Board voted to begin the process to implement a 45 percent increase on certain commercial tolls. Based on the economic impact this will have on New York’s businesses and families, they should reconsider their decision.