Senator Mike Nozzolio recently met with Finger Lakes Community College (FLCC) Board of Trustees Chairwoman, Joan Geise and FLCC President, Dr. Barbara Risser, as part of Community College Advocacy Week to discuss issues facing New York's community colleges and the continued growth of FLCC's Viticulture and Wine Technology Program.
Geneva- Senator Mike Nozzolio recently met with area school superintendents and school board members to discuss the Governor’s proposed budget and its impact on local school districts. The meeting presented an opportunity for the respective school districts to advise the Senator of their concerns and the needs of their specific school districts.
Pictured left to right are: Bob McKeveny, Superintendent for the Seneca Falls School District; Senator Mike Nozzolio; and Seneca Falls School Board Members: Melissa Baxter, Jeff Hartwell, and Joseph McNamara
Fleming- Senator Mike Nozzolio recently spoke at the Fleming Fire Department’s anniversary dinner where he presented a formal New York State Resolution to commemorate the Department’s 70th Anniversary. Senator Nozzolio also recognized Charles Whitehead with a New York State Resolution to honor his 70 years of dedicated service to the Fleming Fire Department.
Pictured left to right are: Charles J. Whitehead and Senator Mike Nozzolio
Canandaigua- Senator Mike Nozzolio and Assemblyman Brian Kolb recently attended the annual Canandaigua Chamber of Commerce dinner where they recognized Richards Sands’ contributions to the Canandaigua Community. Senator Nozzolio recognized Richard’s magnanimous support of the community.
Pictured left to right are: Town of Canandaigua Supervisor Sam Casella; Senator Mike Nozzolio; Richard Sands; Canandaigua Mayor Ellen Polimeni; and Assemblyman Brian Kolb.
Geneva- Senator Mike Nozzolio recently attended the annual Happiness House Gala where he presented a special New York State Resolution that he prepared to honor Nozomi Williams as the 2012 Humanitarian of the Year. Nozomi Williams has contributed to numerous organizations in the Geneva area including the American Red Cross, Boys and Girls Club of Geneva, Finger Lakes Health Foundation, the Geneva Center of concern and many others.
Pictured left to right are: Mary Walsh Boatfield, CEO of Happiness House; Senator Nozzolio; Nozomi Williams; Dr. W. James Robbins; and Eileen Gage, Board Chair of the Happiness House.
Geneva- Senator Mike Nozzolio was a guest speaker at the annual Geneva Area Chamber of Commerce dinner where he presented a special New York State Resolution to Dick Conoyer of CCN, International, as the Business of the Year.
Pictured left to right are: Alan Bishop, Chairman of the Geneva Area Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors; Senator Mike Nozzolio; Dick Conoyer; Bob Schick, President and CEO of Lyons National Bank; and Liz Winter, President of the Geneva Area Chamber of Commerce.
Canandaigua- Judge Craig Doran, Acting Justice Supreme Court Ontario County, recently administered the formal oath of office to Senator Mike Nozzolio at the Ontario County Courthouse in Canandaigua. Holding the family bible during the ceremony was Senator Nozzolio's wife, Rosemary. Pictured are: Senator Mike Nozzolio, Rosemary Nozzolio and Judge Craig Doran.
Seneca Falls- I recently spoke at ITT Goulds’ recent announcement of their decision to expand their operations in Seneca Falls. I was instrumental in putting together the state funding incentives necessary to keep ITT Goulds Pumps here. The expansion project will include the construction of a Research and Development Facility as well as a new manufacturing facility in Seneca Falls. It will create 50 new jobs and retain over 100 key positions in the company.
Pictured Left to Right are: David Warren; Senator Nozzolio; Steve Durham, ITT Goulds Pumps Facility Manager; and Mison La-Seigna, President of United Steelworkers Local 3298.
Port Byron- Recently New York State Senator Mike Nozzolio joined with Port Byron School District Superintendent Neil O’Brien and members of the community to officially dedicate the Community Fitness Center in the Port Byron Central School. Senator Nozzolio was instrumental in the completion of this project which provides students and residents of the Port Byron community with a center where they can exercise and maintain a healthy lifestyle.
Pictured left to right are: Ciera Axton; Cayuga County Legislator Dave Axton ; Senator Nozzolio; Austin Parker; Board of Education President Mindy Quanbeck; Superintendent Neil O’Brien; and Kaylee Quanbeck.
Geneva- New York State Senator Mike Nozzolio helped to cut the ribbon at the ceremony to celebrate the opening of the new Tops Friendly Markets store in Geneva. Senator Nozzolio spoke about their importance to the economy of our Finger Lakes region and congratulated them on their continued success.
Pictured left to right are: Michael Borino; Senator Nozzolio; Frank Curci, President and CEO of Tops; Bill McNicholas, Tops Store Manager; Andrew Brocato, Tops Director of Community Relations; Roger Couch, Tops District Manager; and Gregory Wadhams.
Lansing- New York State Senator Mike Nozzolio recently met with Steff McGonagle and John Miller, CEO and Executive Vice President respectively, of the Ithaca based company Envisage Information Systems. Envisage was recently listed on Inc.com’s list of America’s 5,000 fastest growing companies.
Pictured left to right are: Aaron Gilbert of Envisage Information Systems; Senator Nozzolio; Steff McGonagle, President of Envisage Information Systems; and John Miller, Executive Vice President of Envisage Information Systems.
Ovid - Senator Mike Nozzolio recently met with members of the 4 Towns Community Center and was honored to present athletic awards to local students participating in the Center's programs.
Pictured are the 4th-6th grade champions, Golden Buck. Left to right:
Kneeling: Jack Mott, Cody Flower, Logan Shaulis, and Hailey Crane.
Middle row: Martin Hooker, Coach; Zackary Hooker; Madison Welch; Trinity Wadsworth; Sarah Corning; Taylor Stagg; Peter Trim; Jenna McDonald; Gage Halsey; Lucas Hooker; Jade Parsons; and Charity Couch, Coach.
Back row: Senator Mike Nozzolio and John Sullivan, Director.
Ovid – Senator Mike Nozzolio recently presented a special New York State Resolution that he prepared to honor Chief Bill Palmer for 50 years of dedicated service to the Ovid Fire Department.
Pictured left to right are: Charles McCann, Seneca County Fire Coordinator; Gary Sullivan, Seneca County Undersheriff; Jack Stenberg, Seneca County Sheriff; Arthur Cowen, President of Croton Engine & Hose Co. #1 Inc.; Senator Mike Nozzolio; Bill Palmer, Fire Chief; Seth Johnson; Bonnie Palmer; Alvin Deming, 1st Asst. Fire Chief; Martin Brewer and Bill Ose.