Senator Stachowski Celebrates Dr Martin Luther King Jr With Day of ServiceJanuary 18, 2010 Western New Yorker celebrated the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr’s birthday on Monday, as “Not A Day Off, But A Day ON!”.
"Not all of the attendees were rock-ribbed Republicans, but most were avid hunters and outdoorspeople, mostly from rural upstate regions. One of the more popular speakers was the manager of the Remington arms Ilion factory who drew applause with mentions of the firm’s classic shotguns.
Budd Schroeder, an NRA activist from the western New York community of Lancaster, noted that lawmakers of both parties from that region including Francine Delmonte, and Bill Stachowski, both Dems, are pro-gun as are Republicans George Maziarz and Catharine Young."
SENATE MEETS IN EXTRAORDINARY SESSION LEGISLATIVE ACTIVITY FOR NOVEMBER 16, 2009 (Albany, NY)- The New York State Senate convened in extraordinary session, passing sweeping reforms that deliver wide-ranging relief for millions of New Yorkers.
Senator Stachowski Attends Buffalo Hearing & Speech Center Grand Opening (Williamsville, NY) NYS Senator William Stachowski (D, 58th District) joined with the Buffalo Hearing & Speech Center (BHSC), celebrating the Grand Opening of their new Williamsville Office at 5225 Sheridan Drive. The new center was made possible in part through a legislative grant secured by Senator Stachowski.
In Response to numerous inquiries from residents of the 58th District, I am posting the workforce reductions taken within state ranks. This listing shows the number of employees that left state service from each agency through attrition and unfilled vacancies, and those that left state service through Governor Paterson's severance package.
BUFFALO (wned) - The old Curtiss Building at Huron and Franklin will become the core of a new 57 room hotel, with the old and closed Continental nightclub leveled to be replaced by a hotel and amenities wing.A Restore New York grant of $1.3 million allocated by City Hall will help demolish the Continental. Senator William Stachowski says the total $14 million dollar Restore New York grant to Buffalo is the largest in the state.
The GCEDC vice president said it was a bipartisan effort by the Western New York delegation of the Senate and Assembly to get the funds earmarked. Elected officials who worked on securing the $1 million included two Republicans, Ranzenhofer and Assemblyman Steve Hawley; a Democrat, Senator William Stachowski; and one former GOP senator, Mary Lou Rath, who retired at the end of 2008.
The grant, which was secured through state Sen. William Stachowski, D-Lakeview, will go to the BPO’s general fund but will be earmarked for the children’s fund. The money helps underwrite concerts the BPO performs for area school children.“It was a pretty easy lift,” Stachowski said. “The Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra plays a major role in our community. They are a very important part of the region, everyone agrees on that point.”
NEW YORK STATE SENATOR BILL STACHOWSKI SECURES $300,000 GRANT ON BEHALF OF THE BUFFALO PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA
BUFFALO, NEW YORK – Members of the Board of Trustees and management from the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra gathered at Kleinhans Music Hall on Tuesday, August 25th, to thank New York State Senator William Stachowski for securing a $300,000 grant on behalf of the Western New York cultural icon.