Michael F. Nozzolio's Press releases

SENATOR NOZZOLIO ENCOURAGING DONATIONS TO HELP LOCAL SOLDIER AND HIS PLATOON IN AFGHANISTAN

New York State Senator Mike Nozzolio is encouraging members of the community to help out a local soldier and his platoon serving in Afghanistan by sending them toiletries and other supplies to replace a shipment of personal items that was stolen overseas.

August 19, 2011
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SENATOR NOZZOLIO ANNOUNCES RACING COMMITTEE HEARING IN CANANDAIGUA ON SEPTEMBER 6TH

New York State Senator Mike Nozzolio, who serves on the Senate Racing, Gaming and Wagering Committee, has announced that the Committee will hold a public hearing in Canandaigua to discuss and develop legislative measures that will enhance the State’s horse racing industry. The hearing will take place on Tuesday, September 6th at the Ontario County Safety Training Facility in Canandaigua.

August 17, 2011
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SENATOR NOZZOLIO ANNOUNCES COAST GUARD CAPTAIN GEORGE CAPACCI WILL SERVE ON THE SAMPSON VETERANS MEMORIAL CEMETERY COMMITTEE

Captain George Capacci, a highly-accomplished veteran of the U.S. Coast Guard and a native of Seneca County, will join other military, business and community leaders to support the ongoing operations of the Sampson Veterans Memorial Cemetery as a member of the Sampson Veterans Memorial Cemetery Committee.

August 12, 2011
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SENATOR NOZZOLIO DEMANDS EQUAL WATERSHED PROTECTIONS FOR ALL FINGER LAKES

State Senator Michael Nozzolio is continuing his efforts to urge the Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) to establish equal watershed protections for all the lakes in the Finger Lakes region. Senator Nozzolio strongly criticized the DEC’s recent draft Environmental Impact Statement on natural gas drilling, which recommends stricter environmental protection regulations in the regions surrounding Skaneateles Lake and the New York City watershed, while not providing the same protections for the watersheds of the other Finger Lakes.

August 12, 2011
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VIEW PHOTOS FROM THE OFFICIAL DEDICATION CEREMONY FOR THE SAMPSON VETERANS MEMORIAL CEMETERY

After over a decade of hard work and years of planning, the Sampson Veterans Memorial Cemetery was officially dedicated on Saturday, July 30th. More than 1,200 people, including hundreds of veterans, attended the ceremony.

August 5, 2011
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LOCAL MUSICIANS TO PERFORM AT THE SAMPSON VETERANS MEMORIAL CEMETERY DEDICATION JULY 30th

Music Director Andy Stobie, a popular local musician with a unique personal  connection to the former Sampson Naval Base, will lead the two dozen members of the Seneca Falls Community Band as they perform at the dedication of the Sampson Veterans Memorial Cemetery on July 30th.

July 25, 2011
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SENATOR NOZZOLIO SPONSORS “PROTECT OUR CHILDREN ACT”

Continuing his aggressive efforts to protect our most vulnerable citizens from violent crime, State Senator Mike Nozzolio is sponsoring new legislation, known as the “Protect Our Children Act” (S.5862) that would make sweeping, comprehensive changes to the New York State’s child protection laws to help protect children from cruel and repeated abuse.

July 22, 2011
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LOCAL NAVY RESERVE COMMANDER TOM WATT WILL BE MASTER OF CEREMONIES AT SAMPSON VETERANS MEMORIAL CEMETERY DEDICATION JULY 30th

Commander Tom Watt, USN (Ret.) will serve as Master of Ceremonies at the official dedication ceremony for the Sampson Veterans Memorial Cemetery on July 30th. In addition to his 20 years of service to our Nation including a year of duty in the Arabian Gulf, Mr. Watt is the Supervisor of Sampson State Park.

July 20, 2011
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SENATOR NOZZOLIO URGING LOCAL RESIDENTS TO USE SAFETY TIPS DURING HOT WEATHER

State Senator Mike Nozzolio is urging residents of the Greater Finger Lakes Region to check frequently on senior citizens and those who live alone, as well as to take extra care with  children and family pets, to protect them from soaring temperatures as New York is experiencing one of the worst heat waves in years.

July 20, 2011
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