Senator Thomas P. Morahan joined several hundred enthusiastic participants at the recent Nyack Hospital 10K Run & 5K Walk, an event that raised funds for the hospital's Joint Replacement Center. "The Nyack Hospital staff, local sponsors and the community really came out in a big way to support their community hospital," said the Senator, who was invited to kick-off the event.
Local Senators come together to address regional issues at the first and second Hudson Valley Delegation meeting hosted by Senator Morahan and Senator Klein in Rockland County.
In an effort to ensure the Hudson Valley is fairly represented in all legislative matters before the Senate, local Senators have formed a bipartisan delegation to more effectively advocate for the needs and concerns of their constituents.
After presenting South Orangetown Schools Superintendent Kenneth Mitchellwith the New York State Senate Liberty Award, the state's highest honor,Senator Thomas P. Morahan and Mitchell listen intently as South OrangetownMiddle School student government co-presidents (l-r) Zoe Ferranti andYvonne Cheng thank Dr. Mitchell for keeping the students and staff during arecent "code red" incident involving a gunman.
(Haverstraw, NY) -- Rockland County District Attorney Thomas Zugibe and New York State Senator Thomas Morahan joined other local lawmakers, law enforcement officials and school leaders to announce the launch of Community Prosecution in Rockland County.
Community Prosecution is a proactive approach to helping communities solve local crime problems by developing seamless relationships between prosecutors, police departments and the neighborhoods they serve.
At a press conference at the Pearl River Train Station, Senator Thomas P. Morahan was joined by Assemblywoman Ellen Jaffee, Assemblyman Kenneth Zebrowski, Assemblywoman Nancy Calhoun, and Assemblywoman Annie Rabbitt to voice opposition to a proposed an MTA payroll tax along with increases to fares and tolls.
New York State Legislators representing constituents who reside in the lower Hudson Valley—will be holding a public hearing on Governor Paterson’s proposed New York State Budget on Thursday, February 12, 2009 from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m at the Suffern Free Library, located at 210 Lafayette Avenue in Suffern, New York 10901. Senator Thomas P. Morahan, Assemblywoman Nancy Calhoun, Assemblywoman Ellen C.