Senator John J. Flanagan (2nd Senate District) presented New York State Senate Liberty Medals to three community members who rescued a Hauppauge man from a fire last week. The three men, Hauppauge Fire Department 1st Assistant Chief Raymond Germaine, Firefighter Thomas Kriklava, Jr.
Senator John Flanagan (2nd Senate District) joined Attorney General Andrew M. Cuomo and other elected officials to announce new, bipartisan legislation that would replace the sole trustee at the New York State Common Retirement Fund with a board of trustees and eliminate pay to play in state public pension funds.
In an effort to help his constituents comply with the devastating MTA Payroll tax that was passed by the Democratically-controlled Assembly and Senate and signed into law by Governor David Paterson, Senator John Flanagan (2nd Senate District) is alerting the thousands of downstate businesses, hospitals, non-profits, school districts and local governments that will be affected that their first payment is due on November 2nd.
As New York continues to recover from the current economic downturn, everyone agrees that our economic success depends on the success of our small businesses. To assist the many men and women across our area who build these job-creating enterprises, I wanted to make sure that everyone was aware of a new resource that will assist them in their efforts.
Senator John Flanagan (2nd Senate District) announced that the New York State Senate has unanimously passed legislation he sponsored that will require all convicted drunk drivers to use ignition interlocks. Senator Flanagan sponsored the legislation, which has now been sent
Senator John Flanagan (2nd Senate District) is joining with Stony Brook University Medical Center’s Department of Urology to provide men throughout our community with free prostate screenings to commemorate Prostate Cancer Awareness week, which begins on Monday, September 21st. The department’s Prostate Care Program, under the direction of Medical Director Howard L.
Eight years ago today, our entire nation suffered a tremendous loss. Collectively, our country, our state and our community joined together to fight through the heartache and uncertainty that followed that fateful d
Senator John Flanagan (2nd Senate District) will serve as the honorary chairperson of the 4th annual Hydrocephalus WALK to help raise awareness of this disease. This year’s walk, which organizers hope will raise awareness and funding for this incurable disease, will take place at 10:00 a.m.
Senator Flanagan will be holding a round-table discussion with representatives from a variety of organizations throughout the community. The meeting will include a comprehensive discussion of the issues facing veterans and is by invitation only.
If you would like more information on this meeting or would like to submit a comment or idea, please call Robert Caroppoli of Senator Flanagan's office at 631-361-2154 or send him an e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Senator John Flanagan (2nd Senate District) is warning every New Yorker who drives a car, a truck, a motorcycle, an ATV, or a boat about new fees at the New York State Department of Motor Vehicle (NYSDMV) that went into effect on September 1. These new costs, which were approved by the Democratically-controlled Senate and Assembly earlier this year, will increase motor vehic
In a move that will enhance safety throughout the Kings Park area, Senator John Flanagan (2nd Senate District) and Assemblyman Michael Fitzpatrick (7th Assembly District) have announced that the state has agreed to transfer a parcel of land on the former Kings Park Psychiatric Center property to the Kings Park Fire District (KPFD).
Senator John Flanagan (2nd Senate District) recently honored Debbie Virga, who served as the Chairperson of Community Relations for the Commack School District, as his 2009 Woman of Distinction. As part
Senator John Flanagan (2nd Senate District) today announced that Governor David Paterson has signed two new laws that will help make health insurance more accessible for New York residents. Senator Flanagan supported and voted for both of these measures duri