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Committee Meeting: Codes Meeting

Senate Standing Committee on Codes  Senator Michael F. Nozzolio, Chair  1:00 PM, Tuesday, June 2, 2015  Room 124 CAP

June 2, 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM
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SENATOR NOZZOLIO MEETS WITH LOCAL HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS

Albany- Two area high school students recently spent a day in Albany shadowing Senator Mike Nozzolio.

May 26, 2015
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SENATOR NOZZOLIO TO HONOR VETERANS AT SAMPSON VETERANS MEMORIAL CEMETERY MEMORIAL DAY EVENT

Honoring our Nation’s greatest heroes, as well as recognizing our region’s historic significance as the birthplace of Memorial Day, State Senator Mike Nozzolio will be speaking at in a special Memorial Day Ceremony on Monday, May 25th at the Sampson Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Romulus.  

May 22, 2015
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Committee Meeting: Codes Meeting

Senate Standing Committee on Codes  Senator Michael F. Nozzolio, Chair  1:00 PM, Wednesday, May 27, 2015  Room 124 CAP

PLEASE NOTE CHANGE IN DATE AND TIME OF MEETING.

May 27, 1:00 PM - 2:04 PM
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Don’t Let the Tax Cap Expire: Let’s KEEP THE CAP!

From creating the historic STAR and Enhanced STAR programs, to enacting property tax rebate legislation, the Senate Republican Majority has consistently led the fight to provide hardworking families with property tax relief. 

We also helped enact the state’s Property Tax Cap – a landmark measure which has proven to be one of the most successful tax relief initiatives in State history.  Over the past four years the property tax cap has saved hardworking homeowners across the state more than $7.6 billion.

May 21, 2015
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James Durkin

James Durkin entered the United States Marine Corps in April 1974, and was discharged in May 1984. He was attached to Marine Air squadron VAMQ-2 for nine years, and during this time he was dispatched to the USS Midway, USS Nimitz and other carriers in the fleet. Mr. Durkin received his Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) eligibility during the Iran Hostage Crisis, when he earned The Marine Corps Expeditionary Medal. For gratitude for his service, he received 3 Marine Good Conduct Medals, 2 Marine Corps Unit Commendations, 2 Navy Meritorious Unit Commendations, 5 Sea Service Ribbons and the Marine Corps Recruiting Medal. 

May 19, 2015
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DISTINGUISHED LOCAL VETERAN JAMES DURKIN HONORED BY SENATOR MIKE NOZZOLIO AT INDUCTION INTO NEW YORK STATE VETERANS HALL OF FAME

Past Commander of the Department of New York Veterans of Foreign Wars, James Durkin, was recently nominated for induction into the New York State Senate Veterans Hall of Fame by State Senator Mike Nozzolio.  James Durkin was inducted during a special ceremony at the State Capitol for his service to our Nation, as well as his dedicated efforts supporting his fellow veterans and their families.  

May 19, 2015
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SENATOR NOZZOLIO MEETS WITH AUBURN FIREFIGHTERS

Senator Nozzolio recently met with members of the Auburn Fire Department at the New York State Capitol in Albany.  Pictured with Senator Nozzolio are Firefighters Mike Calarco, Brian Donovan, Adrian Humphrey, and Jonathan Jasniewski.

 

May 13, 2015
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Amy Cram

Amy Cram is a business owner in Seneca County who is dedicated to advancing the careers of women within her business, Bill Cram, Inc. In the predominately male automotive industry, Ms. Cram has placed women in important positions such as general managers, service advisors, development specialists, and finance and business administrators. By encouraging women to explore careers, she is an example of how women can forge a path of leadership and achieve their full potential. 

May 13, 2015
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SENATOR NOZZOLIO APPLAUDS CONGRESSMAN JOHN KATKO FOR OPPOSITION TO THE INTERNATIONAL JOINT COMMISSION PLAN 2014

Senator Mike Nozzolio and Assemblyman Bob Oaks recently sent correspondence to Congressman John Katko thanking him for his ongoing opposition at the federal level to the IJC’s Plan 2014.  Senator Nozzolio has long been opposed to Plan 2014 as it would devastate lakefront communities in Wayne County and across Upstate New York.

 

May 8, 2015
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