Webster-Citing the critical importance of supporting the needs of our local police, New York State Senator Michael F. Nozzolio, Chairman of the Senate Crime Victims, Crime and Corrections Committee, announced that he has secured $40,000 in state funding for the Webster Police Department. Nozzolio made the announcement at the Webster Town Hall, surrounded by Webster Police Chief Gerald Pickering and officers from the department.“Our local police departments provide critical services for our citizens and communities,” said Senator Nozzolio.
Seneca Falls – In an agreement announced today, the National Women’s Hall of Fame will have a new home in one of the oldest historic buildings in the Finger Lakes Region.
New York State Senator Michael F. Nozzolio (R-Fayette) and Seneca Falls businessman Bruce Bonafiglia joined Hall of Fame Executive Director Billie Luisi-Potts in announcing that an agreement has been reached allowing the Hall to acquire and renovate the former Seneca Knitting Mill building in Seneca Falls as the Hall’s future facility.
Albany— The New York State Senate has adopted a new law that will provide for the civil commitment of sexually violent predators at a secure treatment facility after they’ve completed their prison sentence. Senator Mike Nozzolio, Chairman of the Senate Crime Victims, Crime and Corrections Committee strongly supported the measure in order to protect the public.
Albany—State Senator Michael F. Nozzolio honored members of the Geneva Panthers football team for their victory in the 2006 Class B State Championship in a visit to the State Capitol today. Senator Nozzolio, along with Assemblyman Brian Kolb, held a private luncheon for the team, who also observed the State Senate during its legislative session and toured the State Capitol."The Geneva Panthers have proven that they are the best football team in New York State by winning the Class B State Championship game,” said Senator Nozzolio.
Citing the critical importance of assisting local villages in their efforts to protect and serve the community, New York State Senator Michael F. Nozzolio today announced that he has secured $10,000 in state funding for the Village of Clyde Fire Department and an additional $10,000 for the Clyde Police Department. Senator Nozzolio also successfully secured a $12,000 State grant for facility improvements at the cemetery in the Town of Rose.“Our local police and fire departments provide critical services for our citizens and communities,” said Senator Nozzolio.
Waterloo- Calling our local libraries the window to the world, State Senator Michael F. Nozzolio today announced that he has secured a $100,000 State grant for restoration of the Waterloo Library. Senator Nozzolio was joined by the Board of Trustees of the Waterloo Library and Historical Society at the library, located at 31 East Williams Street in the Village.“Our libraries provide countless opportunities for everyone in the community, from our children and families to our adults and senior citizens,” said Senator Nozzolio.
New York State Senator Michael F. Nozzolio announced that the State Senate has issued a new report entitled, "Protecting Children in the Internet Age". The report calls for the enactment of a wide array of aggressive measures designed to protect children from the dangers posed by Internet predators, child pornography and child sexual abuse.“There is nothing more important than the safety of our children,” said Senator Nozzolio.
Cayuga County—State Senator Michael F. Nozzolio announced that he has secured $220,000 in state funding for projects in Cayuga County, including $150,000 for an extensive rehabilitation of the sewer system in the Village of Union Springs. Senator Nozzolio made the announcement at the Village Hall on Chapel Street in Union Springs. “It is critical that New York State continues to invest in the infrastructure needs of our local municipalities,” said Senator Nozzolio.
Seneca Falls – Continuing his aggressive efforts to support local law enforcement agencies in combating crime, State Senator Michael F. Nozzolio, Chairman of the Senate Crime Victims, Crime and Correction Committee, today announced that he has secured $20,000 in state funding for the start up of Operation: SAFE CHILD in Seneca County."Nothing is more important than the safety and security of our children,” said Senator Nozzolio.
Auburn– Continuing his aggressive efforts in combating crime, State Senator Michael F. Nozzolio, Chairman of the Senate Crime Victims, Crime and Correction Committee, today announced that has secured $80,000 in state funding for anti-crime initiatives in the City of Auburn. “As State Senator, keeping our streets safe is one of my top priorities,” said Senator Nozzolio.
Geneva – Continuing his aggressive efforts to support local law enforcement agencies in combating crime, State Senator Michael Nozzolio today announced that he has secured $20,000 in state funding for the Geneva Police Department to purchase computers for their patrol cars.“The Geneva Police Department is one of the finest law enforcement agencies in our region and I was pleased to help secure this funding to assist the Department in their efforts to protect our citizens and families and ensure the safety of Geneva’s streets and neighborhoods,” said Senator Nozzolio.
Albany – The New York Association of Psychiatric Rehabilitation Services (NYAPRS) today awarded New York State Senator Michael Nozzolio with their Public Policy Leadership Award in recognition of the Senator’s efforts on behalf of people with psychiatric disabilities in New York State. “Throughout my tenure in the State Legislature, I have worked to improve the lives of all New Yorkers suffering from psychiatric disabilities,” said Senator Nozzolio.
Rochester – New York State Senator Michael F. Nozzolio (R- Fayette) today joined Governor George Pataki, Monroe County Executive Maggie Brooks and “America’s Most Wanted” founder John Walsh to launch an advertising campaign for New York State’s 100 Most Wanted Program, which targets the most dangerous fugitives in the state. The announcement was made at the Watts Building in Downtown Rochester.
Auburn – Continuing his commitment to creating jobs and promoting career growth in the Central Finger Lakes Region, New York State Senator Michael F. Nozzolio today announced that he has secured $56,000 in state funding to help establish the Institute for Innovation and Entrepreneurship at Cayuga Community College.
State Senator Michael F. Nozzolio and members of the State Senate today introduced a comprehensive package of proposals that would make obtaining a college education more affordable for New York’s students. The proposed legislation will help families with soaring tuition expenses and provide new incentives to college students to keep them living and working in New York when they graduate. The legislation would also recognize the sacrifices and service of our military personnel by making it easier for New York’s servicemen and women to attend college.
Please click Auburn High School Football Champs Honored in Albanyto view video footage.Auburn—State Senator Michael F. Nozzolio honored the members of the Auburn Maroons football team for their victory in the 2006 Class AA State Championship in a visit to the State Capitol.
Albany— Citing the important role of Waterloo as the birthplace of Memorial Day, New York State Senator Michael Nozzolio today announced that legislation he sponsored to designate a portion of State Route 96 in Seneca County as the ‘Waterloo-Birthplace of Memorial Day Highway’ has been signed into law.
Webster – New York State Senator Michael F. Nozzolio, in an ongoing effort to maintain an open line of communication with his constituents, will be conducting a community meeting in the Town of Webster. Senator Nozzolio will address topics of local concern at the community meeting and will discuss his goals and objectives for 2007. “Community meetings are an excellent opportunity for me to meet with my constituents and learn first-hand of their interests, concerns and ideas,” said Senator Nozzolio.
Auburn – New York State Senator Michael F. Nozzolio today announced that data compiled by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the Village of Groton confirm that phosphorous levels in Owasco Lake have drastically decreased since additional protection efforts began in August. Last summer, Senator Nozzolio contacted the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation and worked to secure a signed consent order from the Village of Groton to reduce phosphorous discharge into Owasco Lake.