Senators Martin J. Golden (R-C, Brooklyn), Chairman of the Senate Aging Committee, and Serf Maltese (R, Queens), called on the State Assembly to pass their bill (S.3684) also known as "Granny’s Law," which would impose stiff penalties for attacks on older New Yorkers.
Senator Marty Golden (R-C, Brooklyn) today is announcing that he will be offering an area student a great opportunity to learn about and experience the environment of the great State of New York, by inviting nominations to the 2008 New York Department of Environmental Conservation summer camp.
Following the State Department of Health’s (DOH) decision last week to maintain emergency and primary care at a Westchester hospital slated for closure under the Berger Commission, Congressman Vito Fossella, State Senator Marty Golden and Councilman Vincent Gentile today urged State officials to apply the same standard to Victory Memorial Hospital to continue providing emergency services at the site.
State Senator Martin J. Golden (R-C, Brooklyn) today is announcing that his district office in Bay Ridge has relocated to 7408-5th Avenue in Brooklyn.
The new office is right across the street from his former office located at 7403-5th Avenue. The phone number, fax number and e-mail address for the office remain the same. Senator Golden’s office can be reached by calling (718) 238-6044 or via fax at (718) 238-6170 or via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org
Albany- State Senator Martin J. Golden (R-C, Brooklyn) today joined the New York State Senate in approving legislation that would make it a felony to endanger the welfare of an incompetent or physically disabled person. The legislation (S.3894), sponsored by Senator Tom Morahan (R-C, New City), is related to Jonathan’s Law which was enacted last year.
State Senator Martin J. Golden (R-C, 22nd District), a member of the State Senate Committee on Education, is announcing that he will be hosting his 6th Annual "State Senator For A Day" essay contest and has invited local junior high school participation within grades 6, 7, and 8, throughout District 20, 21, and 22.
"New York cannot afford this budget. Governor Spitzer has again shown his true colors -- he has shown that if he can see it, he can tax it. Even more disturbing is the fact that everyone agrees we are already in the red before the budget process even begins.
State Senator Marty Golden (R-C, Brooklyn), the Chairman of the Senate Aging Committee and a judge in the upcoming "Senior Idol" event, is predicting that the Spring event will be a huge success, set to be held on Saturday, April 12, 2008 at Xaverian High School, located at 7100 Shore Road. Councilman Vincent Gentile and a Surprise Celebrity Guest will join Golden in the judging.
SenatorGolden today joined members of the New York State Senate Majority Conference and the family of fallen New York City Police Officer Harry Ryman to announce the introduction of comprehensive legislation that will dramatically strengthen the State’s parole laws to help restrict the release of potentially dangerous violent felons.
Senator Martin J. Golden (R-C, Brooklyn) today again called for all students who are New York State residents to be removed from the Judge Rotenberg Education Center, and returned to New York State. The controversial school is known for unorthodox behavioral-modification techniques which include the use of aversive therapy, or shock treatments.
State Senator Marty Golden (R-C, Brooklyn) today is announcing that help is available for customers of the recently closed AAA Optical Circle, located at 7214-3rd Avenue, who may have ordered and paid for new glasses. Golden was recently contacted by a resident who filled her eye glass prescription at Optical Circle and order new frames totaling $450, only to shortly thereafter discover the store has closed and no forwarding contact information provided.
State Senator Martin Golden (R-C, 22nd District), has announced that he will again provide, for the 11th year, income tax filing services to senior citizens in his district. Appointments will given every Thursday, from 6:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. and on Saturdays, from 10:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. from February 7th through April 12th.
State Senator Martin J. Golden (R-C, Brooklyn), a formerNew York City Police Officer, is today announcing that the New York StateDepartment of Correctional Services, responsible for overseeing theincarceration and rehabilitation of the convicted criminals of our State,is looking for Correction Officers. This job allows Officers to play a rolein ensuring the safety of the society they live in. It also offers them thechance to work closely with those who have run afoul of the law, providingservices that can aid in the rehabilitation of convicted criminals who are
Senator Martin J. Golden (R-C, Brooklyn), member of the Senate Veterans, Homeland Security and Military Affairs Committee, today enthusiastically supported the final rule establishing minimum security standards for state issued drivers’ licenses and identification cards issued by the U.S. Department of Homeland Security.
Yesterday, Senator Marty Golden (R-Brooklyn) joined Senator Dean Skelos (R-Rockville Centre) and Assemblyman Rory I. Lancman (D-Queens) at a press conference at the New York Public Library to support the passage of Senate Bill 6687 – The Libel Terrorism Protection Act.
State Senator Martin Golden (R-C, 22nd District), the Chairman of the New York State Senate Aging Committee, today is announcing that a contract has been awarded by the City of New York to build a new senior center in Marine Park and that ground will be broken on the construction this Spring.
State Senator Martin J. Golden (R-C, Brooklyn), the Chairman of the Senate Majority Task Force on Critical Choices, is announcing that he has joined his colleagues in the State Senate in a statewide legislative effort to protect children in the internet age, and has sponsored omnibus legislation designed to enhance the safety of all of New York’s children, recommendations of the Senate Majority Task Force on Critical Choices 2007 Report entitled, "Protecting Children in the Internet Age".