Senator Michael Nozzolio announced today that two local companies are among the first state-certified businesses under the new “Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Business Act.” Senator Nozzolio sponsored this new law which makes each state certified veteran owned business eligible for certain preferences in contracting opportunities with the state.
New York State Senator Mike Nozzolio recently conferred at the State Capitol with Kathryn Boor, Dean of the Cornell College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. Dean Boor updated Senator Nozzolio on the world class research taking place at the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station in Geneva. The research and innovation pioneered at the Experiment Station is playing an integral role in supporting job growth and economic revitalization in our area.
New York State Senator Mike Nozzolio recently honored distinguished local U.S. Army veterans’ and founding members of the Sampson Veterans Memorial Cemetery Association, Don Linborg of Walworth and Carm Pascarella of North Rose into the New York State Senate Veterans Hall of Fame. They were inducted during a special ceremony at the State Capitol for their service to our Nation and for their efforts to help establish the Sampson Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Seneca County.
Senator Mike Nozzolio recently welcomed Pastor Tim Young of Heritage Baptist Church in Palmyra and his son, Pastor Jack Young of Black River New York to the State Capital. Pastor Tim Young delivered the invocation to the New York State Senate.
As your State Senator, I have been steadfast in my opposition to any and all efforts by the Cayuga Indians to apply for trust status on land they have purchased in Cayuga and Seneca Counties. To learn more about the extent of the Cayugas’ land purchases and the devastating economic impact it would have on our communities if their trust application were approved, I urge you to watch this Virtual Tour of the Cayuga Indian land holdings in Seneca Falls.
Senator Nozzolio recently enacted special New York State Resolutions recognizing the service and sacrifices of Lt. Michael Chiapperini and Tomasz Kaczowka, as well as wounded West Webster Volunteer Firefighters Ted Scardino, Joseph Hofstett...er. Senator Nozzolio also recognized the heroic actions of Greece Police Officer Jon Ritter and Webster Police Officers, Mark Reed, Shaun Welch, Kevin Hall and Irondequoit Police Officer Doug Pollock.
Continuing his strong commitment to crime victims and their families, Senator Mike Nozzolio announced that the Rape Victims Equality Act has been enacted by the New York State Senate. As Chairman of the Senate Codes Committee, which has jurisdiction over all aspects of criminal law, Senator Nozzolio co-sponsored this legislation and led the fight to adopt this important measure to protect crime victims and ensure that the indiv