Senator Michael H. Ranzenhofer listens to constituents and answers their questions at a Common Cents State Budget Forum on February 25 at Erie Community College. Senator Ranzenhofer provided an update on the progress of the 2012-2013 State Budget and offered an opportunity for residents to ask questions regarding State and other community issues.
Batavia, N.Y. – State Senator Michael H. Ranzenhofer stops by the Mental Health Association in Genesee County to donate items to the social club’s clothing store.
Donations provide professional attire for re-entry into the workforce and opportunities for members to learn workforce skills, such as customer service and inventory. New or gently used clothing items may be donated to the clothing store at 25 Liberty Street, Monday thru Friday during business hours. For more information, call the Mental Health Association in Genesee County at (585) 344-2611.
Photo: (from left to right) State Senator Ranzenhofer and Mental Health Association Executive Director Millie Tomidy-Pepper.
Clarence, N.Y. – Upstate New York Transplant Services (UNYTS) Representative Michele Holder congratulates State Senator Michael H. Ranzenhofer for the “Best Donor Day to Date” in front of the Hometown Heroes Wall at the UNYTS Eastern Hills fixed site. Thirty-four donors participated in a UNYTS blood drive sponsored by Senator Ranzenhofer.
Batavia, N.Y. – State Senator Michael H. Ranzenhofer presents a poster, commemorating the introduction of the Purple Heart stamp as a Forever stamp, to Genesee County Veterans Director Hal Kreter and Purple Heart recipients. The United States Postal Service officially unveiled and issued the Purple Heart Forever stamp on May 5 in San Diego, California.
Clarence, N.Y. – State Senator Michael H. Ranzenhofer presents a poster, commemorating the introduction of the Purple Heart stamp as a Forever stamp, to members of the Clarence American Legion – Post 838. The United States Postal Service officially unveiled and issued the Purple Heart Forever stamp yesterday in San Diego, California.
In 2009, Senator Ranzenhofer wrote to Postmaster General John Potter and co-sponsored a legislative resolution requesting the U.S. Postal Service issue the Purple Heart stamp as a permanent Forever stamp. The new classification ensures the Purple Heart stamp will continue in circulation and supporters will no longer need to advocate to for its reissue each time the price of stamps increases.
State Senator Michael H. Ranzenhofer congratulates Dr. Nirav R. Shah after being unanimously confirmed by the New York State Senate on Monday, January 24 as Commissioner of the Department of Health. Dr. Shah was valedictorian of the Williamsville East High School Class of 1990. Governor Andrew Cuomo nominated Dr. Shah for the post on January 3.
Senator Michael H. Ranzenhofer - joined by County Executive Chris Collins, Assemblywoman Jane Corwin and Assemblyman Kevin Smardz - announces the re-introduction of legislation in the State Legislature to allow counties to opt-out of Medicaid programs not mandated by the Federal government.
Over 100 Clarence High School seniors in Government and Public Affairs classes heard from State Senator Mike Ranzenhofer in January. Senator Ranzenhofer talked about representing the 61st Senate District in the State Legislature and answered questions from students on issues such as funding for education, UB2020 legislation and ways to cut the State budget deficit.
On Saturday, August 7, Senator Ranzenhofer sponsored a Car Seat Safety Check at Wolcott Street School in LeRoy. Special thanks to the Genesee County Sheriff's Office, the City of Batavia Police Department and the Village of LeRoy Police Department.