Martin J. Golden's Photos

Senator Golden's Annual Boat Ride

There is an album with all of the pictures from today's boat ride on my Facebook page which you can link to from this website or search for me at Martin J. Golden on

July 24, 2012

Senator Golden met with the New York State Nurses Association

From left to right, Doreen Garson, Winifred Kennedy, President,Board of Directors, Senator Golden and Carol Pittman Community Affairs, Representative, Economic & General Welfare Program.

June 7, 2012

Senator Golden and the Junior Varsity Basketball Team at Bay Ridge Prep

Senator Golden presented resolutions congratulating the 2011-12 Boys Junior Varsity Basketball Team at Bay Ridge Prep in Brooklyn, New York, on the occasion of capturing the PSAA JV Boys Basketball Championship

May 22, 2012

Senator Golden and Assemblywoman Malliotakis Host Press Conference on Muni Meter Regulations

I would like to thank my colleague, Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis, who joined me today in calling on the New York State Legislature to approve S. 6727/A.9353B, which seeks to replicate the City Council’s legislation Statewide that will allow muni-meter receipts to be used as evidence and create a five minute rule to protect motorists from tickets received when parking wherever muni meters are in effect in New York State.

May 3, 2012

Fontbonne Hall Academy Fleur de Lys Dinner Dance

Senator Golden with Fontbonne Hall Academy honored Carol Brady, Sister Dolores Crepeau, CSJ, Chief Joseph Fox, NYPD, Vincent Iannelli, Catherine Marinello and Diana Meringolo at the Fleur de Lys Dinner Dance May 2nd.

May 3, 2012

Brooklyn Community Access Television Taping

Senator Golden taping a show to air on Brooklyn Community Access Television with Bob Howe and Lori Perdone of the 3rd Avenue Merchants. The show's topic focused on the 2012 Summer Stroll to take place on 3rd Avenue this year.

April 20, 2012

Senator Golden, Community and DOT Remove Safety Hazard

I received a message today that this detour sign has been at the corner of 72nd Street and 3rd Avenue in Brooklyn for about 3 weeks. I brought this complaint, that not only was it unsightly, but it was hazardous to the attention of the Department of Transportation, and they have responded and removed the signs and posts from the sidewalk. Thank you to the Department of Transportation and thank you to our neighbor who reported this.

April 19, 2012
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