Senator Jim Tedisco (R,C,I,REF-Glenville) presented former Town of Wells Supervisor Brian Towers with a copy of a NYS Senate resolution that passed unanimously honoring him for his outstanding and dedicated service to the residents of Hamilton County.  
Towers, who served as the Town Supervisor for the Town of Wells for 22 years, was the town’s longest serving Supervisor since its founding in 1805. 
During his term, Supervisor Towers participated in 264 consecutive Town Board meetings with perfect attendance!

Senator Jim Tedisco (R,C,I, REF-Glenville) today honored the New York State Public High School Athletic Association (NYSPHSAA) Class B State Champion Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake High School Boys Cross Country Team and presented the team with a copy of a resolution he sponsored that unanimously passed the New York State Senate.  Tedisco also honored on the Senate Floor with a resolution Scotia-Glenville High School senior Olivia Jack for winning the NYSPHSAA State Swim Championship in the 100-yard breaststroke.

Senator Jim Tedisco congratulates the winners of the Chili Cook-off at the Pine Tree Rifle Club in Johnstown. The winners, Gary Stoller and Lynne Delesky, tied for first place and bragging rights as the best chili in Fulton County. Pictured L-R: Senator Jim Tedisco, Gary Stoller, Lynne Delesky, Pine Tree Rifle Club President Paul Catucci, and Fulton County Sheriff Richard Giardino.

Pets on Long Island Need Your Help - Support the Annual Legislative Pet Food Challenge!

Long Island Cares started Baxter's Pet Pantry in 2009 and has since distributed over 1 million pounds of pet food. Join Senator Thomas D. Croci in re-stocking the pet food shelves.

Operation Safe Child ID

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Senator Hannon, in conjunction with Nassau County DA Madeline Singas, is proud to host an “Operation SAFE Child” ID program at the Uniondale Public Library.  Families who participate will receive a free, wallet-sized ID card containing a child’s name, biographical information (date of birth, age, gender, height, weight, hair and eye color) and a fingerprint image of both index fingers.

You may elect to have your child's data linked to the AMBER Alert system.

Narcan Training

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Help save the life of a loved one!

Learn:

  • The signs of an opiate overdose;
  • How to reverse an opiate overdose;
  • About new treatment approaches.

 

Every day, at least on Long Islander dies from an opiate overdose.  And those are only the ones we know of - the ones directly caused by Heroin or prescription painkillers such as Percoset or Oxycodone.  About 7 out of 10 died at home.  If you don't think it can happen to someone you care about, please think again.  Overdoses can happen to everyone.

“Now that the Governor has released his budget proposal, I will be reviewing it over the next few days and weeks and listening to my constituents on how it may impact them.” 

“However, based on what I’m seeing, if it walks like a duck, quacks like a duck and looks like a duck, in New York, it’s a tax.  Some of these proposals appear to be just more governmental malpractice by trying to solve our state’s fiscal problems with more taxes and fees on the backs of already over-burdened taxpayers.”

Sample Web Communications / 2018-19 Executive Budget Proposal

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