Asks his colleagues in Senate and Assembly to make the creation of a violent felony offender registry law.
Albany, NY – State Senator Martin J. Golden (R-C-I, Brooklyn) today is calling on his colleagues to pass S1850-A, also known as “Brittany’s Law.” The legislation would create a violent felony offender registry in the state of New York and establish a database to help both law enforcement and the public. The bill requires any violent felony offenders to register with DCJS upon discharge, parole or release from any state or local facility and allows for dissemination of and access to certain information to the general public.
Annual Program Honors Women’s Contributions to Our Community
Albany – State Senator Martin J. Golden (R-C-I) today invites local residents to nominate friends, coworkers and neighborhood leaders whose outstanding work on behalf of their communities makes them deserving of special recognition by the State Senate as a New York “Woman of Distinction.”
The Senate will honor a distinguished woman from our area and throughout the state at a May 7th Albany ceremony, where each honoree’s photograph and biography will become part of a special exhibit proclaiming the contributions of these exemplary New York women.
Lever Machines will allow for accurate and timely results for Primary and Run-off Elections in New York City
Albany – State Senator Martin J. Golden, along with his NYC delegation colleagues, Senators Simcha Felder, Andrew Lanza, & Diane Savino, are calling for the passage of legislation S4088, which allows for the use of lever machines in New York City municipal elections.
Free Design Consultations Will Accelerate Project Approval Process for Affected Homeowners
Meetings Will Ensure New Flood Recommendations Are Properly Incorporated So Newly Constructed Buildings Are More Resistant to Flooding in the Hardest-Hit Areas
Buildings Commissioner Robert LiMandri today announced a new program to offer free design consultations to property owners and design professionals who are planning to reconstruct buildings damaged by Hurricane Sandy.
Brooklyn – State Senator Martin J. Golden (R-C-I, Brooklyn) will welcome representatives from the New York City Tax Commission and a guest speaker from FEMA on the Advisory Base Flood Elevation maps to a town hall meeting with the residents affected by Sandy, this Thursday, March 7, 2013,
at 7 p.m. at the Ancient Order of Hibernians, 2750 Gerritsen Avenue in Brooklyn,.
Additionally, the Small Business Administration, the New York State Department of Financial Services, the NYC Departments of Buildings and Health, and the New York State Association of Professional Land Surveyors
Brooklyn – In the wake of this weekend’s hit and run horror that killed Nachman and Raizy Glauber, and baby, that has devastated the Williamsburg community, State Senator Martin J. Golden (R-C-I, Brooklyn) today is calling on the State Assembly to pass his legislation, S. 2503, that increases penalties for such offenses. Senator Golden is calling on the Assembly to stop putting the brakes on life saving legislation and urging a vote as soon as possible.
State Senator Martin Golden (R-C-I, Brooklyn) has been named Chair of the newly formed New York State Senate Select Committee on Science, Technology, Incubation, and Entrepreneurship. The 11-member committee will focus on expanding the state’s entrepreneurial culture, by creating economic opportunities for State residents through incubators and economic development programs.
The Chairmanship was awarded to Senator Golden in recognition of his influential efforts to create a Bio-Bat at the Brooklyn Army Terminal, and for his interest and understanding of science, technological, and economic development issues facing New York State.