Chili, NY - More than 800 residents recycled a total of 106,000 pounds of electronics at Senator Ranzenhofer's event in May. Senator Ranzenhofer sponsored the electronics recycling event to prevent hazardous e-waste from going to landfills. Part of the proceeds will go to the Greater Rochester Robotics Team.
Amherst, NY - Daemen College hosted a press conference with Senator Ranzenhofer to announce that he has secured a $480,000 state grant to establish a Graduate Studies Technology Center at the college’s Research and Information Commons building. This is believed to be the second largest state grant ever received in the college’s history. Click here for more information.
Senator Ranzenhofer comments on the floor of the State Senate during the confirmation process of Howard Zemsky as Commissioner of Economic Development and President & CEO of Empire State Development Corporation.
The Grown in New York plan will help to meet consumers’ demands for locally-grown food, support local farmers in their efforts to provide quality, fresh food, and strengthen rural communities. Click here for more information.
Albany, NY - Senator Mike Ranzenhofer gives an update on 23 bills, recommended by the Joint Senate Task Force on Heroin and Opioid Addiction, passed by the State Senate. Senator Ranzenhofer hosted a public forum for the Task Force in Batavia on May 23.
Senator Ranzenhofer discusses legislative efforts to combat the rise in the use of heroin and opioids, the induction of a Genesee County resident into the State Senate's Veterans' Hall of Fame and priorities as the 2014 Legislative Session winds down.
Batavia, N.Y. - Senator Ranzenhofer hosted a public forum for the Joint Senate Task Force on Heroin and Opioid Addiction at Batavia City Hall. The forum was one of 17 held across the State to solicit input on the rise in the use of heroin and opioids and develop recommendations for treating and preventing addiction and its consequences. Click here to learn more.
Albany, N.Y. - New York State Senate Veterans' Hall of Fame Honoree Jim Neider reflects on his service in the United States Army and the induction ceremony in the State Capitol. Senator Ranzenhofer nominated Neider from the 61st Senate District. Click here to learn more.