HANUKKAH IN HARLEM!

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Cordially Invite You To Celebrate Hanukkah in Harlem!

 

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Senator Serrano celebrated the opening of the 90th street pier on the Upper East Side. The space was previously closed off and could only be used at specific times, but now the pier will be open to the public every day. In 2014, Senator Serrano joined with Council Member Ben Kallos and Assembly Member Robert Rodriguez in a letter advocating for city agencies to reinvigorate underutilized and deteriorating portions of the East River Esplanade, in which the 90th Street Pier was identified.

Mayor Bill de Blasio launched the NYC Domestic Violence Task Force,which will develop a comprehensive citywide strategy to reduce domestic violence by intervening as early as possible, enhancing pathways to safety for survivors and ensuring swift, effective and lasting enforcement to hold abusers accountable. The Task Force, consisting of experts from inside and outside government as well as survivors, is charged with developing durable solutions to a problem that persists nationwide.  

Senator Serrano recently applauded the Health Department's Center for Health Equity's East Harlem Community Walking Trail - a three-mile pathway along East Harlem sidewalks that runs east and west along 106th and 115th Streets, connecting residents to Central Park and Randall's Island.The East Harlem Community Walking Trail is the result of a year-long effort spearheaded by the East Harlem Neighborhood Health Action Center and a steering committee composed of community partners, working together to better understand the condition of the streetscape in East Harlem.

Far too often, tenants are victims of harassment and are at risk of being displaced. Most of the time these individuals  are unaware that their rights are being violated. Our office recognizes this as a growing issue and we are dedicated to educating the residents of District 29 on the steps they can take to prevent tenant mistreatment.

Senator Serrano as well as other elected officials gathered at the New York Botanical Garden for their Annual Holiday Christmas Tree and Menorah Lighting. Excited guests had an opportunity to watch the Garden's Holiday Train Show, as well as enjoying holiday carols performed by Celia Cruz Bronx High School of Music.

State Senator Hugh T. Farley (R, C, I – Schenectady) was honored by his hometown of Indian Lake, NY, on November 19th, when the town re-named their municipal building after him. As part of the ceremony honoring Senator Farley for all he has done for the Indian Lake community, town officials, including Town Supervisor Brian Wells, presented the Senator with a resolution thanking him for his efforts.

State Senator Hugh T. Farley (R, C, I – Schenectady) was honored to receive a photo from fifth grade teacher Martha Clough when her class and other students from Gloversville’s Boulevard Elementary School came to Albany to tour the Capitol on Nov. 17th. Ms. Clough was on one of the first class tours for Senator Farley in 1977, the year he took office. Ms. Clough was accompanied by her daughter,who was taking one of the last tours Senator Farley hosts before he retires on Dec. 31st.

State Senator Hugh T. Farley (R, C, I – Schenectady) had the pleasure of meeting with fifth grade students from Boulevard Elementary School, Gloversville Enlarged School District, on Nov. 17th when they toured the State Capitol. He discussed New York State history and government with students in Ms. Clough’s class.

State Senator Hugh T. Farley (R, C, I – Schenectady) had the pleasure of meeting with fifth grade students from Boulevard Elementary School, Gloversville Enlarged School District, on Nov. 17th when they toured the State Capitol. He discussed New York State history and government with students in Mrs. Miller and Miss Marsello class.

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