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Making 3-1-1 Work For YOU!

“311” is a free service available via phone (3-1-1) and the internet (www.nyc.gov/apps/311/) that offers access to government services. Through 3-1-1 you can obtain information, report a problem and request services. To best utilize these services and ensure your requests and/or concerns are addressed, Senator Krueger has outlined, belwo and in the attached report, the best course of action to get the results you need.

Before You Call 3-1-1:

File: 
311 Tip Sheet Final[1].pdf

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SENATOR KRUEGER JOINS HER SENATE COLLEAGUES IN HONORING ‘WOMEN OF DISTINCTION’ ACROSS NEW YORK

For Immediate Release | May 26, 2010

Katie Kincaid | kincaid.nysenate@gmail.com | 646-784-0485

 

(Albany, NY) Each year, the New York State Senate honors a select group of outstanding women who make our world and our lives better. This year, for the 13th annual Women of Distinction celebration, Senator Liz Krueger recognized Mary Silver, who has tirelessly fought for issues impacting New York City Schools.

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Tenants and Landlords Criticize Paterson’s Rent Regulation Proposal

By Cara Buckley

Gov. David A. Paterson proposed changes to housing laws on Wednesday that would make it harder for landlords to lift apartments out of rent regulation but would also override a landmark pro-tenant court ruling so that it could not apply in future cases.

State Senator Liz Krueger, Democrat of Manhattan, criticized the governor’s attempt to allow developers receiving tax breaks to charge market rents. She said the proposal seemed to contradict the Legislature’s intent when it wrote the law regarding the tax benefits, known as the J-51 Program.

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Senior Spotlight

Do you know an extraordinary Senior Citizen? Someone who has gone above and beyond to help enhance their community or a local organization. If so, he/she may be a perfect candidate for the Senior Spotlight Award, Senator Krueger’s new program to honor local Seniors whose presence light-up the community.

Our first Senior Spotlight Award shines on Lou Stallman. To see why Lou shines please visit:
http://www.nysenate.gov/blogs/2010/jun/11/first-senior-spotlight-shine-l...

To nominate a special senior please fill out the form below.

SENATOR KRUEGER PUSHES “GOVERNOR'S QUESTIONS HOUR” THROUGH SENATE INCREASING TRANSPARENCY IN ALBANY

For Immediate Release | June 15, 2010

Katie Kincaid | kincaid.nysenate@gmail.com | 646-784-0485

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SENATOR KRUEGER SUCCESSFULLY AMENDS FORECLOSURE LAW TO HELP OWNERS

For Immediate Release | June 15, 2010

Katie Kincaid | kincaid.nysenate@gmail.com | 646-784-0485

(Albany, NY) – In an effort to help homeowners who are fighting foreclosure, State Senator Liz Krueger successfully sponsored and passed new legislation (S7798A) which would amend the New York State Foreclosure Prevention and Responsible Lending Act to further ensure that homeowners have an adequate opportunity to prevent foreclosure through fair, good-faith judiciary hearings.

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Senator Krueger & State Senate Put an End to Disturbing & Violent Crush Videos

For Immediate Release | June 23, 2010

Katie Kincaid | kincaid.nysenate@gmail.com | 646-784-0485

(Albany, NY) – Senator Liz Krueger and animal rights activists secured another major victory in the fight against animal cruelty with the passage of the legislation (S7812 / A11161) that outlaws Animal Crush Videos. The highly disturbing Crush Videos often depict women crushing small animals with their feet or shoes for the purpose of erotic pleasure.

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State Sen. Liz Krueger & Assemblyman Micah Kellner Want to Put Governor on the Spot Once a Month

ALBANY - The Capitol convenience store better stock up on rotten tomatoes.

Borrowing an idea from England, two state lawmakers want to force the governor to face the Legislature once a month for a one-hour round of questions.

Assemblyman Micah Kellner and Sen. Liz Krueger, both Manhattan Democrats, plan to introduce the bill today.

Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/2010/05/24/2010-05-24_2_pols_wanna_put_gov_on_spot.html

 

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