3rd Annual Veterans Resource Fair In Harlem

This August—in collaboration with Harlem Vet Center, Samaritan Village, Manhattan Legal Services, NY Metro Vets—our office is proudly hosting the 3rd Annual Veterans Resource Fair in Harlem, which is structured to provide the opportunity for veterans to connect with a large number of service provider organizations and governmental agencies in one place.  In addition to this year’s theme being “Homelessness Prevention in the Veteran Population,” the event will also serve to pay tribute to Congressman Charles B. Rangel for his heroic actions as a member of the U.S.

Senator James Sanders Jr. (D-Rochdale Village) joined Assembly Member David Weprin, the NYC Department of Environmental Protection and the Richmond Hill Economic Development Corporation to give out free rain barrels on Saturday at Smokey Oval Park in Richmond Hill.

State Senator Betty Little and Assemblyman Dan Stec have written a letter to Governor Andrew Cuomo urging approval of two measures that would help improve safety for the boating public.

Corning, N.Y., August 2--State Senator Tom O’Mara (R,C,I-Big Flats), Assemblyman Phil Palmesano (R,C,I-Corning), Southern Tier Regional Economic Development Council (REDC) Co-Chairman G. Thomas Tranter, Jr., Steuben County Industrial Development Agency Executive Director James Johnson and other area leaders today announced that state funding has been secured that will restart work on the construction of the Corning Hilton Garden Inn on the city’s Northside.

Free Film Screening of Making a Killing: Guns, Greed, and The NRA

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How can you help defeat the National Rifle Association? Come to our FREE film screening of Making a Killing: Guns, Greed, and the NRA, followed by an expert panel discussion, this Thursday, August 4, 6-9pm,SVA Theatre, 333 West 23rd Street (between 8th & 9th Aves). Reserve your seat by contacting 212-633-8052 hoylman@nysenate.gov!

Hoylman: It’s unacceptable that on average women in New York make just 87 cents for every dollar made by men. Equal pay for equal work should be the law.”

POUGHKEEPSIE, NY—Four years after the tragic deaths of Shawn and Patricia Wonderly, members of the Wonderly family and local lawmakers came together at a press conference in the City of Poughkeepsie to honor their legacies by pushing for the passage of legislation that would give judges the authority they need to level punishments that more accurately fit the crime.   

Back to School Giveaway, Crown Heights

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Join Senator Hamilton and Save Our Streets for a fun filled block party and school supply giveaway sponsored by Emblem Health. Enjoy music, games, and food as we prepare are children for the upcoming school year. FREE backpack and school supply giveaway will be first come first served and only given to children who are present.

Second Annual Brooklyn Dog Day

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Sunset Park Health Celebration

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