Medicare Part D Program

related issues:

I invite you to sit down, one-on-one, with a pharmacist, to discuss your Medicare Part D prescription drug coverage and to learn the differences between the programs. Please bring with you your Medicare Part D card, a current list of your medications and your pharmacy information.

Reservations for this FREE event are required by calling my community office at 516-739-1700.

Senior Scam Prevention Forum

related issues:

I am pleased to invite you to hear from State Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman's Smart Seniors program to learn how to protect yourself and your identity against the following:

  • Phone Solicitation
  • IRS Imposter Scams
  • Grandparent Scams
  • Sweepstake Scams
  • Healthcare Fraud
  • Credit and Debit Scams
  • Investment Fraud
  • Internet Scams
  • Computer Phishing
  • Mail Fraud

**To register for this free event, please visit or call my district office at 516-739-1700.

Senator Jim Tedisco (R,C,I,REF-Glenville) today announced that he has secured a $25,000 state public protection grant for the Saratoga County Sheriff’s Department.

Tedisco secured funding which will be used to purchase a speed monitoring trailer to assist in the Sheriff’s traffic safety efforts.  Studies have shown that devices, such as speed monitoring signs that provide instant feedback to a driver, are likely to cause a change in behavior and slow traffic.

Senator Jim Tedisco (R,C,I,REF-Glenville) announced he has secured a new $100,000 state grant to renovate the Malta Community Park, which is a popular destination for town residents for nature walks, visiting the playground and participating in summer camps.

Senator Jim Tedisco (R,C,I,REF-Glenville) and Assemblywoman Carrie Woerner (D-Round Lake) today announced the Governor has signed into law a measure they sponsored (S.6679/A7503) to enable the Town of Malta to lower speed limits on its local roads when a higher road speed is deemed potentially hazardous to public safety.

Drug Abuse Prevention Workshop

related issues:

Heroin use has become an epidemic in Nassau County and the County has been working hard to help residents fight this scourge.  Recently, another deadly drug called Fentanyl/Carfentanil, which is stronger than heroin, has entered Nassau County and is having devastating effects on addicts.

Senator Jim Tedisco (R,C,I,REF-Glenville) today announced $1.5 million in new state funding he has secured to provide much-needed renovations to significantly enhance public safety at the Glenville Police Department which is located at the Town Hall.

Hearing Screening Program

related issues:

Dr. Susan Antonellis, Operations Manager, and Dr. Charlotte Merlo, Clinical Audiologist, both from Mill Neck Services Center for Hearing Health will be performing the hearing screenings.

What is a hearing screening? A screening is a brief procedure that indicates one of two things: that it is very likely that your hearing is normal, or that there is a possibility that your hearing ability is not within normal range. In this case, a complete audiological evaluation is advised. This evaluation is a comprehensive diagnostic test and should be performed by a licensed audiologist.

Senator Jim Tedisco (R,C,I,REF-Glenville) today announced that he has secured four new public protection state grants to help local law enforcement and volunteer firefighters protect the public and respond to a variety of emergencies in Fulton County.

Tedisco has obtained a $25,000 state grant for the Fulton County Sheriff’s Department which will be used to enhance drug investigation efforts and for training to help combat the heroin epidemic as well as for the purchase of five new bullet proof vests for deputies.

Senator Jim Tedisco (R,C,I,REF-Glenville) today announced that he has secured a $200,000 state grant to expand and renovate the Glenville Senior Center and provide additional programs and services for the town’s senior citizens.

Tedisco, who shepherded the state grant to fruition, joined former Senator Hugh T. Farley, who initiated the funding request, Glenville Town Supervisor Chris Koetzle, members of the town board, and Glenville senior citizens at the town’s senior center for the announcement.