Port Byron - Senator Mike Nozzolio recently participated in the Port Byron Heritage Days Parade where he had the opportunity to meet with members of the Port Byron Fire Department.
Pictured in front of their 1923 Sanford fire truck are front row left to right: Chief Corey Rooker, Senator Nozzolio, Jesse Pingert, Jason Kahler, Josh Chiralli, Teresa Burke, Leslie Cook and Ken Cook.
Back row: Mandy Applebee, Stephen Applebee, Douglas Cook, Fred Laury, Bob Ware, Greg Hurd, Lucy Ware and Ervin Rooker Jr.
Seneca Falls- Senator Mike Nozzolio recently attended the annual Seneca Falls Convention Days Classic Car Show. Senator Nozzolio greeted and congratulated winners from the car show in their respective award categories.
Pictured with left to right are: Senator Mike Nozzolio; Adriene Emmo, Chair of Seneca Falls Classic Car Show Committee and the award winners from the car show.
Geneva- Senator Mike Nozzolio recently hosted "Senator Mike Nozzolio Community Baseball Night" in Geneva where the Geneva Red Wings took on the Webster Yankees at McDonough Park. Senator Nozzolio sponsored a local food drive in conjunction with the game as a way to collect non-perishable food to support our local food banks.
Pictured Salvation Army volunteers left to right are: Raul Rivera, Wanda Rivera, Senator Nozzolio and Juan Raul Rivera.
Seneca Falls- Senator Mike Nozzolio recently paid special tribute to the men and women of the Seneca Falls police and fire departments. Senator Nozzolio recognized their valuable contribution to the community at the unveiling of the Public Safety Memorial.
Pictured with Senator Mike Nozzolio are: members of the Seneca Falls Village Board, Mayor Diana Smith, Fire Chief Tom Solan, 1st Asst. Chief Tim Smith, Police Chief Fred Capozzi and past and present members of the Seneca Falls police and fire departments.
Webster- Senator Mike Nozzolio recently met with members of the Webster Jamboree Troop 316 during "Senator Mike Nozzolio Community Baseball Night" at Webster's Yankee Stadium. Senator Nozzolio presented the scouts with a special New York State flag that had been flown over the State Capitol in Albany. The scouts will be attending a national scouting jamboree and will be taking the flag with them as a symbol of New York State.
Front row left to right are: Webster Town Supervisor Ron Nesbitt, Christopher Sowden, Senator Mike Nozzolio, Scoutmaster Drew Smith, Margaret Helber, and Jeremiah Smith.Back row left to right are: Christopher Helber, Dick Fasino, Nicholas Wynne, Alex Fasino-Bush, Michael Wynne, Ray Smith and Daniel Helber.
Webster- Senator Mike Nozzolio recently had the opportunity to join members of the Webster community in participating in the annual Webster Fireman’s Parade. Senator Nozzolio is a long time supporter of the Webster Volunteer Fire Department as well as the Webster High School Marching Band, who also marched in the parade.
Front row left to right are: Anna Cooper; Leah Nelson; Lindsay Manioci; Andrea Chevalier; Danielle Johnson; Renae Zaleski and Maggie Thorpe.
Back row left to right are: Emily Dorsey; Allison Rickey; Ben Thompson; Brian Wilt; Senator Mike Nozzolio; Jon Kane; Jake Thorpe and Jeff Ferg.
Geneva- Senator Mike Nozzolio recently thanked Karina VanHouten for her volunteer work as an Intern in his Seneca Falls District Office. Senator Nozzolio provides high school and college students with internship opportunities in both his District and Albany offices. Karina was the valedictorian of the Geneva High School Class of 2008 and currently attends Middlebury College in Vermont.
Seneca Falls- Senator Mike Nozzolio recently presented Herb and Becky Holden with a special New York State Resolution that was adopted in the State Senate recognizing them as the recipients of the Seneca Falls Convention Days Committee Annual Community Service Award.
Pictured from left to right are: Fran Caraccilo; Dr. Ken Padgett; Howard VanKirk; Brien Rogers; Joan Rogers; Senator Mike Nozzolio; Becky Holden; Dr. Herbert Holden; Chris Moulton; Ann Cramer and Dr. August Sinicropi.
A major victory was achieved tonight on behalf of the Upstate New York agriculture industry, when the Farm Labor Bill that would have devastated the Upstate farming industry was rejected by the New York State Senate. This proposal was a clear example of New York City legislators who do not understand the unique needs of our Upstate farms. The effects of this ill-conceived legislation would have been catastrophic to our State’s top industry.
Williamson- Senator Mike Nozzolio recently spoke at the Wayne County Senior Citizen Action Council annual picnic. Senator Nozzolio reflected on the importance of the Senior Citizen Action Council and their advocacy for the Senior Citizens in our community.
Pictured left to right are: David Nussbaumer; Dorothy DeMay; Bea Valcore; Senator Mike Nozzolio; Rosalie Morell and Susan Nussbaumer.
Seneca Falls- New York State Senator Mike Nozzolio blasted Governor Paterson’s veto of legislation that would restore the New York State Legislature's oversight and approval of any agreement or compact with representatives of the Indian Nations in New York State.“Despite warnings from myself and my colleagues, the Democratic Majority that now controls the State Legislature, approved legislation that Governor Paterson included in his last budget extender giving the Governor and all future governors, the power to negotiate a compact or agreement with representatives of New York's Indian Nations without
Seneca Falls- Senator Mike Nozzolio recently presented Dr. Frank Nicchi with a special New York State Resolution that was adopted in the State Senate in recognition of his 10 years of service as President of New York Chiropractic College at the Reunion Weekend dinner. Senator Nozzolio also presented Dr. Nicchi with a special New York State flag that was flown over the State Capitol in Albany.
Geneva - Senator Mike Nozzolio recently stopped to acknowledge the volunteers at the annual Sons of Italy Festival. Every year the festival commemorates and celebrates the rich Italian culture that still remains in Geneva.
Front row left to right are: Olga Marino and Brianna Guererri.Back row left to right are: Dan Steinkohl; Senator Mike Nozzolio; Avis “Fuzzy” Marino; Mary Guererri; Frank Guererri Jr.; Heather Kausman; Rebecca Guererri and Katie Guererri.
Auburn - Senator Mike Nozzolio recently paid special tribute to Michael “Mike” Oropallo by recognizing his valuable contributions to the community at the dedication of the Oropallo Recreation Complex in Auburn. Senator Nozzolio also presented the Oropallo family with a special New York State flag that was flown over the State Capitol in Albany.
Pictured left to right: Councilman Bill Graney; Jamie Oropallo; Senator Nozzolio; Mark Oropallo; Marian Oropallo; Michael Oropallo; Mark Oropallo; Alexis Oropallo; Kathy Oropallo and Mayor Michael Quill.
Waterloo- Senator Mike Nozzolio recently visited the annual Seneca County Fair Grounds. Senator Nozzolio enjoyed ice cream from the 4-H dairy stand and also met “Beau” the ram and his caretakers while attending the Seneca County Fair.