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What Can Be Done to Prevent Cyber Attacks in the Future?

Cyber crime and cyber terrorism are currently the fastest growing threats to individuals in the United States. Statistics show that cyber crime has now surpassed illegal drug trafficking as a way for criminals to profit. Our digital infrastructure is being compromised every day and as such, it has never been more vital to protect ourselves and our personal information from the threat of cyber attack.

July 28, 2015
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Remembering Coach George Davis

For those of us who grew up in Seneca Falls, and throughout the Wayne-Finger Lakes region during the 1950’s, ’60’s and 70’s we received some sad news this week.

 

George Davis, a legendary football coach who for almost three decades amplified winning football traditions and established new standards of excellence at both Mynderse Academy and Hobart College, passed away in Georgia, where he lived for many years in retirement. 

July 20, 2015
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Senator Nozzolio Recognizes Desi Whitaker as "Firefighter of the Week"

Senator Mike Nozzolio has announced this week’s nomination for his Facebook "Firefighter of the Week" recognition: Desi Whitaker of the Williamson Fire Department. Congratulations Desi and thank you for your service and dedication to Williamson and the surrounding communities!

 

July 20, 2015
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What Can the Recent Cyber Security Attacks Teach Us?

Our digital infrastructure is under attack. With hackers from around the globe, and most recently reported, China, developing more sophisticated methods to infiltrate even the most advanced and secure systems, we as individuals and as a Nation have never been more vulnerable to cyber security breaches.

 

July 15, 2015
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Giant Step Forward Toward Repeal of the SAFE Act

A very tough battle was waged.  A positive result was achieved.

 

As a result of extensive negotiations throughout the last several weeks, our efforts have been successful.  The SAFE Act ammunition database and background check has been stopped by a signed AGREEMENT between Governor Cuomo and State Senate Majority Leader John Flanagan.

 

July 10, 2015
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Senator Nozzolio Recognizes Jeff Dygert as "Firefighter of the Week"

Senator Mike Nozzolio has announced this week’s nomination for his Facebook "Firefighter of the Week" recognition: Jeff Dygert of the Auburn Fire Department. Congratulations Jeff and thank you for your service and dedication to Auburn and the surrounding communities! Click the below link to view the gallery and to learn more about Jeff and previous nominees, and their service as volunteer firefighters. http://a.pgtb.me/hHsRnG

July 6, 2015
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What is Cyber Security and How Does It Affect You?

 

Each day before leaving our homes, we protect the property within. By locking our doors, closing our windows, or activating our security systems, we go to great lengths to ensure that our homes have the necessary safeguards in place to thwart potential intruders and those who may try to steal our personal and precious belongings. 

 

June 29, 2015
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SENATOR NOZZOLIO REMEMBERS BRITTANY PASSALACQUA ON WHAT WOULD HAVE BEEN HER GRADUATION WEEKEND

Each June, in communities throughout our nation, family and friends gather to celebrate and honor local high school graduates. The time-honored tradition sends young graduates off into the world; be it to college, trade school, the workforce or serving in our armed forces. Graduations are a time of reflection, celebration and anticipation, and hope of what the future may bring.

Sadly, one young lady from our region, and her family, were deprived of experiencing the joy of this weekend.

June 25, 2015
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SENATOR NOZZOLIO REMEMBERS BRITTANY PASSALACQUA ON WHAT WOULD HAVE BEEN HER GRADUATION WEEKEND

Each June, in communities throughout our nation, family and friends gather to celebrate and honor local high school graduates. The time-honored tradition sends young graduates off into the world; be it to college, trade school, the workforce or serving in our armed forces. Graduations are a time of reflection, celebration and anticipation, and hope of what the future may bring.

Sadly, one young lady from our region, and her family, were deprived of experiencing the joy of this weekend.

June 25, 2015
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SENATOR NOZZOLIO REMEMBERS BRITTANY PASSALACQUA ON WHAT WOULD HAVE BEEN HER GRADUATION WEEKEND

Each June, in communities throughout our nation, family and friends gather to celebrate and honor local high school graduates. The time-honored tradition sends young graduates off into the world; be it to college, trade school, the workforce or serving in our armed forces. Graduations are a time of reflection, celebration and anticipation, and hope of what the future may bring.

Sadly, one young lady from our region, and her family, were deprived of experiencing the joy of this weekend.

June 25, 2015
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SENATOR NOZZOLIO CONGRATULATES CHERYL LONGYEAR OF PORT BYRON

Senator Mike Nozzolio this week congratulated Cheryl Longyear of Port Byron in Albany for receiving the "public Leadership" award by Parks & Trails New York in recognition of  her efforts to spearhead the development of a new trail system in the Montezuma Heritage Park.  Cheryl was joined at the State Capitol by her husband Stan.

June 12, 2015
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SENATOR NOZZOLIO CONGRATULATES STUDENT SEAMUS GREENE OF AUBURN

Senator Mike Nozzolio recently congratulated Auburn 5th grade student, Seamus Greene, for having his artwork selected to be on display at the New York State Art Teachers Association’s 25th Annual Legislative Student Exhibit. This state-wide exhibit features over 200 works of art from kindergarten to 12th grade. Seamus traveled to Albany for the exhibit with his parents, Kathleen and Christopher Greene along with his Grandmother, Patricia Keogan.

 

June 11, 2015
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SENATOR NOZZOLIO WELCOMES MRS. NEW YORK TO CAPITOL

Senator Mike Nozzolio welcomed Jessica Lahr, the reigning Mrs. New York, to the State Capitol today.  Senator Nozzolio presented Jessica with an official New York State Legislative Resolution congratulating her upon being crowned Mrs. New York America.  Jessica will compete in the national 2015 Mrs. America pageant later this year.

Jessica lives in Geneva with her husband Chad and their two sons Colby and Max.  She is an active member of the community and volunteers her to several local charities, including the Ronald McDonald House, the American Cancer Society, and the Red Cross.

June 9, 2015
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Committee Meeting: Codes Meeting

Senate Standing Committee on Codes  Senator Michael F. Nozzolio, Chair  12:00 PM, Tuesday, June 2, 2015  Room 123 CAP

PLEASE NOTE THE CHANGE IN TIME AND LOCATION OF MEETING

June 2, 12:00 PM - 12:54 PM
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