Joseph E. Robach's posts related to Government Operations

Victory for NY drivers in the license plate debate

Victory for NY drivers in the license plate debate

Posted at: 12/11/2009 5:13 PM | Updated at: 12/11/2009 6:42 PM By: Ray Levato

It's a victory for New York drivers.

Governor Paterson is backing down on those new license plates. The governor calls it a Christmas present to the people and he says it shows he's listening. You won't have to pay $25 for those new blue and gold license plates after all.


2010 State of the State Address

On Wednesday, January 6th, Governor David A. Patterson will deliver the 2010 State of the State Address. You can watch the live stream of the address on line at the link below. Closed captioning and sign language services are available. The 2010 State of the State Address is scheduled to begin at 1:00 p.m.



Senator Robach Talks About Governor Patterson's 2010 State of the State Address

Senator Robach discusses the 2010 State of the State Address and his support for the Governor's call for a state budget cap.

Census 2010 "It's In Our Hands"

Census forms begin arriving in mailboxes March 15th.


Senator Robach Legislative Update April 7, 2010

On Wednesday, April 7, Senator Robach appeared on Legislative Update to keep viewers updated on the current New York State budget process.

Senator Robach's Legislative Update for August 30th, 2010

On Monday, August 30th, Senator Robach was a guest on Legislative Update.

Legislative Update with Senator Robach 11-08-10

On Monday, November 8th, Senator Robach appeared as a guest on legislative update.

Democrat and Chronicle Editorial, Sunday, November 21st, 2010

Follow the link below to read my opinion editorial which appeared in the Democrat and Chronicle on Sunday, November 21st, 2010.


Senator Robach Meets with Lieutenant Governor Duffy

On the heels of last Wednesday's State of the State address, I had the opportunity to catch up with Lieutenant Governor Bob Duffy in the Senate Chamber. I look forward to working with the new administration on capping property taxes, reducing state spending, reforming State government, and getting our State back on the right track.