Central Islip, N.Y. – Recognizing that many communities within the 3rd Senate District were among the hardest hit by the recent foreclosure crisis, State Senator Lee M. Zeldin (R, C, I- Shirley) hosted a Home Mortgage Informational Seminar this past Wednesday, November 2, 2011, at the Central Islip High School.
Representatives from the Economic Opportunity Council (E.O.C.) of Suffolk County and the Long Island Housing Partnership, Inc., were on hand to provide one-on-one counseling with the many individuals who were in attendance. Presentations were also made on various topics, including the Federal Homes Affordable Act (HAMP) modification loan procedures, short sales, deed in lieu of foreclosure, mortgage redemption, and forbearance.
State Senator Lee Zeldin, Town of Islip Supervisor Thomas Croci and State Assemblyman Phil Ramos will be on hand, Thursday February 9th at 10 AM, to host the New York State Department of Financial Services Superintendent, Benjamin Lawsky, and the Foreclosure Relief Unit, in Brentwood, NY. This mobile unit will be on site in Brentwood all day (9am-7pm) to help families impacted by the foreclosure crisis.
WHO: State Senator Lee Zeldin, New York State Department of Financial Services Superintendent, Benjamin Lawsky, Town of Islip Supervisor Thomas Croci and State Assemblyman Phil Ramos.
WHAT: The New York State Department of Financial Services’ Foreclosure Relief Unit
The Marketplace Shopping Center In Brentwood (Parking Lot)
Islandia, N.Y. – State Senator Lee M. Zeldin (R, C, I- Shirley) and Assemblyman Al Graf (R, C- Holbrook) partnered with the New York State Department of Financial Services (DFS) to bring the Department’s Foreclosure Relief Unit Mobile Command Center to Islandia this past Friday, September 21, 2012, to assist residents struggling with their home mortgages.
Pictured here are (from left to right): Senator Zeldin, George Haggerty, Executive Deputy Superintendent for Real Estate Finance at the NYS Dept. of Financial Services, Assemblyman Graf, and Village of Islandia Mayor Allan Dorman.
In 2010, the State Education Department secured Race to the Top Funding from the U.S. Department of Education. In exchange for $700 Million in funding, the state education department made various commitments related to educational standards, testing, a teacher evaluation system, and data collection.