Phil Boyle's Reports

Black History Month Awards Ceremony Honorees


“Sometimes we get so caught up in ourselves that we forget about others.”  Those are words taken directly from the mouth of Beverly Theodore.  And, they are words that she has used to change her own life. 

February 4, 2015

Join Senator Boyle for a Season of Giving

4 Ways to Give for the Holidays! December 8th-19th

December 11, 2014

Important Upcoming Deadlines for Disaster Relief Funds

The time limit to file proof of loss claims for the National Flood Insurance Program for policyholders affecting  by Hurricane Sandy is October 29th. To download a blank N.F.I.P. Proof of Loss document visit:


The United States Small Business Administration (SBA) has declared the rain storm on August 13th  an event that is eligible for low cost loans that are affordable to citizens. The deadline to file for this is November 3, 2014. For more information email:

October 27, 2014

Fire Prevention Week

October 7th is Annual Firefighter Appreciation Day and October 5th -11th is New York’s annual Fire Prevention Week. This is an important time to recognize all of the 100,000+ firefighters in New York State that put their lives on the line every day to protect our families, homes and communities. We also take this time to remember all of those who have given the ultimate sacrifice in the line of duty, and we keep them in our prayers.

October 8, 2014

Senator Boyle Hosts Operation Safe Child- A Free Child I.D. Program

In an effort to keep children safe Senator Boyle is teaming up with Suffolk County Sheriff Vincent DeMarco and the Brightwaters Neighborhood Watch Group to offer parents and guardians free child ID cards under Operation SAFE CHILD on Saturday, June 14th. 

The Operation SAFE CHILD Card is a free program service administered by the New York State Sheriffs’ Association, Inc. with the technological support of the New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services.

June 10, 2014

Black History Month Award Recipients’ Biographies

James Cornigans

A native Long Islander, James Cornigans was born in 1947

and grew up in Bay Shore. Throughout his time at Bay Shore

High School, Mr. Cornigans worked various jobs including

delivering newspapers and stocking shelves at a grocery

store in order to earn money to pay for college.

After graduating from Bay Shore High School, he pursued

his higher education at the University of Dubuque in Iowa,

where he earned a degree in social studies and history. Once he completed his

college studies in 1969, he was hired to teach social studies in the Bay Shore

Middle School where he made his career for 34 years.

February 27, 2014
January 29, 2014

Upcoming One-on-One with your Senator Programs

Senator Phil Boyle is bringing his o­ffice directly to constituents with his One-on-One with your Senator Program. Over the next several months he will be reaching out to communities across his district.

As part of the program, local residents who need assistance with government services, have questions about government programs, or would like to express concerns about a particular issue can share them with Senator Boyle in a one-on-one setting. 

Additionally, staff will be available to offer assistance to anyone who is interested in researching the State Comptroller’s data base for unclaimed funds.

Upcoming One-on-One with your Senator Programs:

January 23, 2014

Employers Signed Up To Attend The December 6th Career Fair:



AHRC Suffolk

American Recreational Products


Army National Guard


AXA Advisors

Bethpage Federal Credit Union

BOSS Facility Services

Brookhaven Memorial Hospital Medical Center



Catholic Charities


Community Care Home Health Services

Concern for Independent Living

Cottage Homecare Services, Inc.

December 2, 2013
May 28, 2013

Unclaimed Funds Might Be Waiting For You!

New York State is holding over $11 billion in unclaimed funds, and some of it may be yours! A simple internet search is all it takes to see if there are unclaimed funds in your name.

Why does New York State have unclaimed funds?

Banks, insurance companies, utilities, investment companies and many other businesses are required by State law to turn over inactive accounts to the State. The Office of the State Comptroller holds these funds in trust, serving as a custodian of these funds until they can be claimed by their rightful owners. 

May 6, 2013
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