Williamsville, NY - Senator Ranzenhofer joins the Williamsville School District and Williamsville Education Foundation for a ribbon-cutting to officially reopen the Space Lab Planetarium, marking the completion of $290,000 in renovations to the facility.
Photo (from left to right): Planetarium Director Mark Percy, Ranzenhofer, Williamsville Education Foundation President Trey Measer and Williamsville School District Superintendent Dr. Scott Martzloff.
Williamsville, NY- Senator Ranzenhofer checks out the recently completed renovations to the Space Lab Planetarium at Williamsville North High School. Senator Ranzenhofer secured $290,000 in State funding to replace the hemispheric dome, install a new computer control system for the star projector and repair the structure's roof.
Senator Ranzenhofer offers remarks at the dedication ceremony for the Sweet Home Military Wall of Honor. The Wall of Honor recognizes graduates of Sweet Home High School who have served in the United States Military.
Rochester, NY - Over forty residents attended Senator Ranzenhofer's Meet & Greet on November 7th. Senator Ranzenhofer hosted the event at Arnett Public Library to give residents an opportunity to meet with their representative in State government.
Buffalo, NY - Senator Mike Ranzenhofer talks about how to best advocate for increased access to and recognition of computer science in New York's education system. The local chapter of the Computer Science Teachers Association held its fifth annual Fall Conference at Buffalo State College on October 18.
Williamsville, NY- Senator Ranzenhofer joined represenatives from National Grid, NYSERDA and ChargePoint to unveil a new, two-car electric vehicle charging station at Tops Markets in Williamsville.
"New York State has witnessed a a five-fold increase in the number of electric vehicles on its roadways in just the last year alone. Now more than ever, an infrastructure of charging stations are necessary to support this growing part of our economy," said Ranzenhofer. "The public-private partnership between ChargePoint, National Grid and NYSERDA will provide another convenient charge to owners of electric cars in Williamsville and all across Western New York."
Rochester, NY- Deb Leary, Southwest Quadrant Manager for Branch Libraries, gives a tour of the Arnett Public Library to Senator Ranzenhofer. The Arnett Branch Library is located at 310 Arnett Boulevard.
Batavia, N.Y.– Representatives from the Genesee County Sheriff's Office, City of Batavia Fire Department and LeRoy Police Department assisted with Senator Mike Ranzenhofer's safety check for child car seats on Saturday morning. More than 20 car seats were inspected during the two-hour event.
Williamsville, N.Y. - Village of Williamsville Mayor Brian Kulpa presents Senator Mike Ranzenhofer with a Picture Main St. LIVE! t-shirt. Senator Ranzenhofer joined Mayor Kulpa, Williamsville Business Association President Maria MacPeek and Village Trustees for a press conference to announce the lineup of activities as part of Picture Main Street LIVE! on August 16 and 17. The Picture Main Street project is an initiative by the Village of Williamsville to make Main Street more pedestrian friendly. For more information, visit PictureMainStreet.com.
Senator Ranzenhofer joins the Southwest Neighborhood Service Center for a Community Uplift. The program has teams of volunteers visit and check-up on their neighbors in different parts of the City of Rochester.