Senator Nozzolio recently met with U.S. Army Corporal Ryan McNally of Romulus to thank him for his selfless and dedicated service to our Nation. Corporal McNally serves in the Army’s 10th Mountain Division based at Fort Drum and has previously been deployed to both Iraq and Afghanistan as a member of the 19th Engineer Battalion. After been wounded in Iraq, he was awarded the prestigious Purple Heart medal for his courageous sacrifice.
State Senator Mike Nozzolio and State Assemblyman Brian Kolb, working with Governor Cuomo, have successfully secured $8 million in the State Budget for a major expansion at the Cornell Agriculture and Food Technology Park that will create local jobs and continue to put our region at the cutting edge of agricultural research and development.
Watch Rear Admiral Richard West, USN (Ret.), a genuine naval hero with deep roots to the Sampson Naval Base and the Finger Lakes Region, deliver the Keynote Address at the Dedication Ceremony for the Sampson Veterans Memorial Cemetery. Admiral West is a distinguished and accomplished naval veteran, whose 38-year career has encompassed a wide range of operational experience, high-level assignments, and leadership positions.
Watch Senator Nozzolio's remarks reflecting on the momentous dedication ceremony for the Sampson Veterans Memorial Cemetery and the hallowed ground where our courageous servicemen and women will be forever memorialized.
On Saturday, July 30th, the Sampson Veterans Memorial Cemetery was officially dedicated. Before the dedication ceremony began, Senator Nozzolio spoke with Rear Admiral Richard West, who was Keynote Speaker, and Commander Tom Watt, who served as Master of Ceremonies.The cemetery had been scheduled to open May 21.
The New York State Senate today voted to enact important legislation co-sponsored by State Senator Mike Nozzolio(S.4005) that will require accident and health insurance policies to provide coverage for screening, diagnosis and treatment for patients with autism spectrum disorders. The legislation has been adopted in both houses of the State Legislature and only awaits Governor Cuomo’s signature to become law.
Albany- Senator Nozzolio recently welcomed the students of Port Byron High School’s Street Law and Leadership class and their instructor, Dr. Linda Townsend to the State Capitol. The students visited Albany to participate firsthand in State government and advocate for legislation Senator Nozzolio is sponsoring that would make sweet corn the official New York State Vegetable.
Senator Nozzolio welcomed members of the Gananda High School Girls Varsity Basketball Team to Albany where he hosted a ceremony honoring their undefeated basketball season and Class C New York State Championship. Here, Senator Nozzolio congratulates Team Captains Audrey Allen, Shannon McGinnis, Julia Pagano and Melissa Reeves, and Coach Tony Morabito.
Albany- New York State Senator Mike Nozzolio, joined by Assemblyman Bob Oaks, welcomed members of the Gananda High School Girls Varsity Basketball Team to Albany where he hosted a ceremony honoring their undefeated season and Class C New York State Championship Award.
Senator Nozzolio met with CNY Central reporter Jim Kenyon to discuss Brittany’s Law, which would create a statewide registry tracking violent felony offenders. Joining Senator Nozzolio was Dale Driscoll of Geneva, whose granddaughter Brittany Passalacqua was murdered by a violent convicted felon.
Watch Senator Nozzolio's remarks calling for the immediate adoption of a property tax cap in New York State. Senator Nozzolio fought to enact the tax cap legislation in the State Senate, where it was overwhelmingly adopted with bi-partisan support earlier this year.
Albany- Senator Nozzolio recently met with New York Farm Bureau President Dean Norton and Cornell College of Agriculture Dean Kathryn Boor to discuss the importance of agriculture and agricultural research programs to the future of our State’s economy.
Senator Nozzolio recently met with youth representatives from the Cayuga and Seneca 4-H Clubs as part of the 2011 4-H Capital Days, where 4-H members visit Albany to discuss the importance of agriculture, our State’s top job-producing industry. Senator Nozzolio also welcomed the young 4 H members to the floor of the historic New York State Senate Chamber.
Albany- At this week’s joint Senate-Assembly hearing on the State budget, New York State Senator Michael Nozzolio sharply criticized the Office of Children and Family Services and its Commissioner, Gladys Carrion, for mismanagement and wasting taxpayer dollars.Senator Nozzolio was especially critical of Commissioner Carrion’s decision to require OCFS counselors to reward juveniles serving time in OCFS facilities who have committed serious and viole