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Senator Huntley's remarks on the "Better Schools Act " (S. 5576 Parker) during a 2:00 am Session
TITLE OF BILL:
An act to amend the education law and the New York city charter, in relation to enacting the "better schools act"; expanding the duties of the city board and other officials of the city of New York, and the independent budget office; establishing procedures and policies for certain education related matters, and creating the center for parent and student service and empowerment
S. 5930-A HUNTLEY Same as A. 8972-A Weisenberg HUNTLEY Add SS16.30 & 31.32, Ment Hyg L Relates to reporting of suspected abuse of adults in certain residential care facilities licensed or operated by the state; creates a hotline for reporting of suspected abuse.
S. 2653-C HUNTLEY Same as A. 6361-C Rivera P HUNTLEY Amd SS1676 & 1680, Pub Auth L Relates to the construction and financing of facilities by the dormitory authority for the Alliance of Long Island Agencies, Inc
(Left) Former Senator Fred Orenstein, Senator Toby Ann Stavisky-16th SD, Senator Shirley L. Huntley-10th SD, Bruce Flanz, Medisys Executive Vice President and David Rosen, Medisys President & CEO are happy that S. 5562-B passed. This bill would allow Brookdale and Jamaica Hospital to refinance
We could be in for another long day here at the Capitol. Key Democratic senators told the DN's Glenn Blain they are still awaiting word from Team Bloomberg as to whether any amendments to the Assembly mayoral control bill are acceptable. It remains unclear if the measure will be voted on today.
The events that have transpired in Albany since June 8th, has caused confusion, anger, and frustration among all of those who have been involved. The grab for power has caused critical legislation that would help our community as well as New York State, come to a standstill. Yet, I want to assure you that I am working in earnest to resolve this issue with my senate colleagues. For those of you who reside in my 10th Senatorial District, who may not know the full details of what occurred, I will try to convey to you what has taken place.
S. 3146-A HUNTLEY Same as A. 7116-A Rivera P HUNTLEY, HASSELL-THOMPSON, MONSERRATE, MONTGOMERY, PERKINS, STAVISKY Amd S3, Chap 667 of 2006; add S7.43, amd S5.07, Ment Hyg L; add S483-f, Soc Serv L Amends chapter 667 of the laws of 2006 relating to providing for the establishment of a children's mental health plan, in relation to eliminating certain provisions provided therein; and amends the mental hygiene law and the social services law, in relation to implementing the children's plan.
Extends Health Insurance Coverage From 18 to 36 Months.
(Albany, NY)-Today Senator Shirley L. Huntley (D- Jamaica) announced that the New York State Senate passed S.5471 through the Insurance Committee, legislation that will protect workers who have lost their jobs in today’s economic downturn by ensuring that their health insurance coverage is extended from 18 to 36 months.
Measure equalizes vet tax break & extends it to co-op apartments
Cold War veterans will be eligible for the same property tax breaks as veterans of foreign wars under legislation the state Senate approved Monday.
The measure, sponsored by Senator Joseph Addabbo (D-Queens), lets towns and cities offer higher property tax exemptions to Cold War veterans, bringing them in line with the tax breaks offered to other vets. It also covers veterans in owner-occupied co-op apartments as well.
(Albany, NY)-Today Senator Shirley L. Huntley (D-Jamaica) announced that the New York State Senate passed (S. 800 Breslin), legislation that will close a loophole contractors used to avoid payments to their subcontractors and material suppliers until they were paid. Under the previous law, contractors were able to avoid payments by invoking a contingent payment clause with the subcontractors and material suppliers.
Senator Shirley L. Huntley (D-10th) and Assemblywoman Audrey I. Pheffer (D-23rd) take a break from Session to greet and take pictures with students and faculty from Public School 47Q at the historic Million Dollar staircase (NYS Capitol)