Click on the link below to view Senator Robach's Community Connection for the week ending Sunday, April 24th. In this week's issue, more details about Lauren's Law, Nothnagle Realtors opens its new downtown offices, and some of the great events taking place around the district over the next week.
Click on the link below to view a full-screen version of this week's Community Connection. In this week's issue, how you can make your voice heard regarding the passage of a Property Tax Cap, a special birthday celebration in Albany, and events coming up this week around the district.
On Saturday, April 16th, the National Kidney Foundation will host FREE kidney health screenings from 10:00 a.m. until 1:00 p.m. at The Salvation Army, 100 West Avenue. For all the information, click on the link below.
Shear Ego International School has partnered with Alternatives for Battered Women to promote Domestic Violence Awareness. See the graphic above to read about a Cut-A-Thon taking place from Friday April 22 through Friday April 29th and how you can take part in this great event.
Here is Senator Robach's Community Connection for the week ending Sunday, April 10th. Click on the link below to view this week's version in full-screen. In the latest Community Connection, there are a number of great events taking place around the district this week, learn about the new head of Empire State Development, and a local Boy Scout Troop raises funds for the relief efforts in Japan.
The New York State Senate has completed passage of the 2011-12 state budget one day prior to the April 1st budget deadline. The budget, which has now received final approval by the Assembly, achieves the critically important goals of reducing state spending, not raising taxes and creating new private sector jobs.
To learn more about the State's new fiscally responsible budget plan, I encourage you to review the documents below.
Here is this week's edition of Community Connection. This week, I discuss the New York State Budget agreement, the dedication of the Section Five Football Hall of Fame at Sahlen's Stadium in downtown Rochester, and provide you some of the great events coming up around my district next week. As always, click on the link below to view it in full-screen.
Here is my community connection for the week ending Friday, March 25th. In this week's edition, I had the honor of hosting a "Youth of the Year" in Albany this week, my legislatively speaking column looks at diving New York into two seperate states along with initiative and referendum, and some great events taking place over the next week. Click the pdf link below to view it in full screen.
Here is Senator Robach's Community Connection for the week ending Friday, March 18th. In this week's edition, how you can provide input on the New York State Budget, St. Patrick's Day celebrated in Greece, and some of the upcoming events around the district. Click the link below to download a full-screen version.
The New York State Senate Monday passed legislation (S.3901) that would limit protests at military funerals. Called “The Specialist Thomas Wilwerth Military Dignity Act,” the proposed law is named for an Iraq War Veteran who lost his life in combat in 2006.
This legislation is part of a package of Veterans bills that was passed by the Senate Monday.
In addition, the Senate passed legislation that would significantly enhance the protection of property, rights and services available to current and former military personnel. The seven bills would build upon the Senate’s ongoing commitment to increase support for veterans and their families.
Here is Senator Robach's Community Connection for the week ending Friday March 11th. In this week's edition, getting ready for St. Patrick's Day, Casino Night and Boxing in the Out and About, and saluting a Greece teacher retiring after more than 30 years! Click the link below to view it in full screen.
On Monday, March 7th, a Mayoral forum will be held in Charlotte at Riverview High Rise, Charlotte Harbortown Homes, 60 River Street. The forum is free and open to the public. Click the link below to read all the details.
New York State Department of Transportation (NYSDOT) Acting Commissioner Joan McDonald and New York State Thruway Executive Director Michael Fleischer are today reminding motorists to report potholes on the State's highway system by contacting 1-800-POTHOLE (1-800-768- 4653), the state roadway hotline for reporting these trouble-spots. The toll-free service is available across upstate New York and in Nassau and Suffolk counties. Potholes found on county, town, city and village streets, or private roadways should be reported to the appropriate owner.
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced that the state Department of Transportation has upgraded its 511 New York system, including a new free mobile device application that provides New Yorkers with up-to-the-minute information regarding traffic, transit and emergency service notifications as well as weather advisories.