SEE IF YOU ARE OWED SOME OF NEW YORK STATE’S $9 BILLION IN UNCLAIMED FUNDS AT THE MIDDLE VILLAGE SENIOR CENTER
COSPONSORED BY NEW YORK STATE SENATOR JOE ADDABBO AND NEW YORK STATE COMPTROLLER THOMAS DINAPOLI
Staff from State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli’s office will be at the Middle Village Senior Center on Thursday, July 23, 2009 checking to see if local residents are owed some of New York’s $9 Billion in unclaimed funds. Residents are invited to stop by and find out if they have unclaimed funds.
Monday, the Elections Committee held the first of two hearings this month dedicated to soliciting public comment on a number of proposals to update and reform the state’s poll site accessibility and absentee ballot laws, and poll site operations. The May hearings in Albany (May 11) and Syracuse (May 14) are the second set in a series of five that will continue in June, September and November. Future topics include: campaign finance reform; Board of Elections oversight; additional election reform laws; and oversight of the November elections.