Senator José M. Serrano and Congressman José E. Serrano hosted their annual Black History Month Celebration at Hostos Community College. Attendants enjoyed live music, delicious food, and an award ceremony that honored those who paved the way for equality throughout their professional and personal lives. This year the esteemed honorees were New York City Public Advocate Letitia James, Bronx District Attorney Darcel Clark, Renaissance Youth Center CEO Bervin Harris, and community leader Naimah Bilal.

Senator Jim Tedisco (R,C,I,REF-Glenville) had pleasure of meeting with 5th graders from Malta Avenue Elementary School in Ballston Spa and thanked 5th grade teachers Kathy Constantine, Jean Hoins and Sarah Burr and all the parents and students who visited and toured the Capitol. He said one of the services he is proud to offer is hosting school tours of the state Capitol. If you or your school would like a tour of the Capital, please call (518) 455-2181 for information.

Senator Jim Tedisco today met with representatives from the Southern Adirondack Library System and the Mohawk Valley Library System who support libraries in the 49th State Senate District. As a former educator, Senator Tedisco said he is honored to follow former Senator Hugh Farley's footsteps as a member of the Senate Select Committee on Libraries.
 

Senator Jim Tedisco (R,C,I,REF-Glenville) joined with the members of the Fulton County Board of Supervisors and many other local officials and business leaders from Fulton, Hamilton, Herkimer and Saratoga Counties to officially open and cut the ribbon for his new regional office located in Room B2 of the Fulton County Office Building in Johnstown.

Senator Jim Tedisco (R,C,I,REF-Glenville) joined with the members of the Fulton County Board of Supervisors and many other local officials and business leaders from Fulton, Hamilton, Herkimer and Saratoga Counties to officially open and cut the ribbon for his new regional office located in Room B2 of the Fulton County Office Building in Johnstown.

New York State Senator Jim Tedisco (R,C,I,REF-Glenville) today is calling for $45 million to be cut from the state’s $420 million film and television production tax credit and diverted to help increase salaries for direct care workers who provide compassionate care to some of New York’s most vulnerable populations, people with developmental disabilities.

Senator Jim Tedisco (R,C,I,REF-Glenville), Assemblymember Phil Steck (D-Colonie) and several of their legislative colleagues joined with a bi-partisan “who’s who” of local leaders from across the greater Capital Region to make a major announcement about fighting the lurking monster in New York State’s aging water and sewer infrastructure that could wreak havoc on millions of people if it’s not stopped.

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