Sen. Klein Summertime Symphonies -- ALIVE N KICKIN

Sen. Klein Summertime Symphonies -- LARRY CHANCE & THE EARLS

Sen. Klein Summertime Symphonies -- STRAWBERRY FIELDS


Sen. Klein Summertime Symphonies -- WESTCHESTER SWING BAND

Sen. Klein Summertime Symphonies -- RISKY BUSINESS

Sen. Klein Summertime Symphonies -- THE BOOKENDS BAND


Sen. Klein Summertime Symphonies -- STREETS OF THE BRONX BAND

State Senator Lee M. Zeldin (R,C,I- Shirley) today applauded the decision by Governor Andrew Cuomo to launch a probe of non-profit executive compensation in light of recent news stories of widespread abuse.

“Governor Cuomo’s probe of non-profit executive compensation is timely and necessary,” said Senator Zeldin. “It is almost daily now that we read in the papers new accounts of widespread abuse by non-profit executives.”

Senator Zeldin, who released a statement this past Monday calling for legislative action on this issue in 2012, was very pleased to learn of the Governor’s probe.

Productive discussions between famed high wire performer Nik Wallenda and state and local officials in New York continued today during a meeting held at the Top of the Falls Restaurant located within Niagara Falls State Park.  Wallenda and a team of his advisors laid out plans and answered questions from American officials about how a high wire walk above Niagara Falls could be accomplished logistically.  Earlier this

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo, joined by Senator Tim Kennedy, announced that Unicell, a national and international leader in the designing and manufacturing of bodies for commercial trucks and vans will invest $3.46 million to expand its Howard Street facilities in Buffalo. On the strength of a $175,000 investment package from Empire State Development, Unicell will increase its manufacturing capacity to retain and create over 50 local jobs as part of a green initiative to assemble a cutting edge body for an electric truck.