J3111

Congratulating Mr. and Mrs. Paul Andruczyk upon the occasion of celebrating their 50th Wedding Anniversary

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LEGISLATIVE RESOLUTION congratulating Mr. and Mrs. Paul Andruczyk upon
the occasion of celebrating their 50th Wedding Anniversary

WHEREAS, Paul Andruczyk and the former Irene Piccuch were united in
marriage on October 9, 1965, at St. Casimir Church, Elmira, New York;
the couple celebrated their 50th Wedding Anniversary with a party held
in their honor at the Roycroft Inn, East Aurora, New York; and
WHEREAS, Paul Andruczyk is a retired audiovisual specialist at the
State University of New York at Buffalo; Irene Andruczyk is a retired
owner of the Needle Hive Shop, East Aurora, New York; and
WHEREAS, They are the proud parents of two children, and the loving
grandparents of three grandchildren; and
WHEREAS, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Andruczyk are and always have been a tower
of strength, support, understanding and limitless love for their family;
and
WHEREAS, Their love, devotion, caring, sensitivity and responsiveness
to their family, friends and all who know them are their hallmark and
tradition; and
WHEREAS, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Andruczyk have lived and continue to live
their lives with great dignity and genuine grace, always demonstrating a
deep and continuing concern for human values and ideals, and in so
doing, they have inspired others to do the same; and
WHEREAS, This meaningful occasion is the result of the love, hard work
and spirit this couple has invested in their marriage; and
WHEREAS, These same values they have passed to their loved ones,
producing a family that is close-knit and supportive of its individual
members, public-minded in its relations to the community and committed
to the ideals of citizenship upon which this Nation was founded; and
WHEREAS, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Andruczyk have touched the lives of their
family and many friends through the shining example of their marriage,
which is a testament to the devotion and admiration which they possess
for one another; and
WHEREAS, The longevity of this enduring marriage truly marks a mile-
stone in life's journey, an event of personal triumph and joy; and
WHEREAS, It is the sense of this Legislative Body that when an occa-
sion of such importance is brought to our attention, the same should be
memorialized by us for the edification and emulation of others; now,
therefore, be it
RESOLVED, That this Legislative Body pause in its deliberations to
congratulate Mr. and Mrs. Paul Andruczyk upon the occasion of celebrat-
ing their 50th Wedding Anniversary; and be it further
RESOLVED, That a copy of this Resolution, suitably engrossed, be tran-
smitted to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Andruczyk.

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  • 12 / Jan / 2016
    • REPORTED TO CALENDAR FOR CONSIDERATION
  • 12 / Jan / 2016
    • ADOPTED

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J3110

Congratulating Mr. and Mrs. Richard Werner upon the occasion of celebrating their 50th Wedding Anniversary

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LEGISLATIVE RESOLUTION congratulating Mr. and Mrs. Richard Werner upon
the occasion of celebrating their 50th Wedding Anniversary

WHEREAS, Richard Werner and the former Elizabeth Hausler were united in
marriage on October 9, 1965, at St. Joseph's Catholic Church, Buffalo,
New York; the couple celebrated their 50th Wedding Anniversary with a
party held in their honor at their daughter's house; and
WHEREAS, Residents of Tonawanda, New York, Richard Werner is a retired
electrician for IBEW Local 237; Elizabeth Werner proudly raised and
nurtured her family; and
WHEREAS, They are the proud parents of three children, and the loving
grandparents of six grandchildren; and
WHEREAS, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Werner are and always have been a tower
of strength, support, understanding and limitless love for their family;
and
WHEREAS, Their love, devotion, caring, sensitivity and responsiveness
to their family, friends and all who know them are their hallmark and
tradition; and
WHEREAS, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Werner have lived and continue to live
their lives with great dignity and genuine grace, always demonstrating a
deep and continuing concern for human values and ideals, and in so
doing, they have inspired others to do the same; and
WHEREAS, This meaningful occasion is the result of the love, hard work
and spirit this couple has invested in their marriage; and
WHEREAS, These same values they have passed to their loved ones,
producing a family that is close-knit and supportive of its individual
members, public-minded in its relations to the community and committed
to the ideals of citizenship upon which this Nation was founded; and
WHEREAS, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Werner have touched the lives of their
family and many friends through the shining example of their marriage,
which is a testament to the devotion and admiration which they possess
for one another; and
WHEREAS, The longevity of this enduring marriage truly marks a mile-
stone in life's journey, an event of personal triumph and joy; and
WHEREAS, It is the sense of this Legislative Body that when an occa-
sion of such importance is brought to our attention, the same should be
memorialized by us for the edification and emulation of others; now,
therefore, be it
RESOLVED, That this Legislative Body pause in its deliberations to
congratulate Mr. and Mrs. Richard Werner upon the occasion of celebrat-
ing their 50th Wedding Anniversary; and be it further
RESOLVED, That a copy of this Resolution, suitably engrossed, be tran-
smitted to Mr. and Mrs. Richard Werner.

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  • 12 / Jan / 2016
    • REPORTED TO CALENDAR FOR CONSIDERATION
  • 12 / Jan / 2016
    • ADOPTED

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J3109

Memorializing Governor Andrew M. Cuomo to proclaim January 13, 2016, as Korean American Day in the State of New York

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LEGISLATIVE RESOLUTION memorializing Governor Andrew M. Cuomo to
proclaim January 13, 2016, as Korean American Day in the State of New
York

WHEREAS, In 2003, the United States Congress declared January 13th as
Korean American Day, a day on which the contributions of Korean Ameri-
cans should be recognized and celebrated; and
WHEREAS, Koreans immigration to the United States began in December of
1902 when a group of 102 Korean immigrants including men, women and
children, embarked on a dangerous cross-Pacific voyage on the S. S.
Gaelic to land in Honolulu, Hawaii, on January 13, 1903; and
WHEREAS, During the next three years, approximately 1,000 Koreans
entered the United States mainland through San Francisco, where their
countrymen had established a new home, educated their children, and
established the first Korean American political organizations and native
language publications; and
WHEREAS, After becoming established on the West Coast, Korean Ameri-
cans gradually migrated to the eastern United States as employment
opportunities opened up and subsequent generations of Korean Americans
established themselves in new communities; and
WHEREAS, Korean Americans have been patriotic citizens, serving with
distinction in the U.S. Armed Forces, fighting for their new homeland
during World Wars I and II, the Korean conflict, the Vietnam War and in
the Middle East conflicts; and
WHEREAS, Thousands of Koreans fleeing economic turbulence and a
hostile political environment, war, and political repression, entered
the United States during the mid-20th Century; and
WHEREAS, As countless immigrants have done before them, these new
Americans came searching for a better life and new opportunities; and
WHEREAS, The enactment of the federal Immigration and Nationality Act
of 1965 paved the way for a new wave of Korean immigrants who have since
become one of the fastest growing groups of Asian Americans in the
United States; and
WHEREAS, Since their arrival in the United States more than one
hundred years ago, the outstanding contributions of Korean Americans
have spanned every area of society and their rich culture, heritage and
traditions have enriched the fabric of life in our country and contrib-
uted greatly to the quality of life for residents of New York; and
WHEREAS, New York State has the second largest number of Korean-owned
businesses in the country and they generate nearly $80 billion annually
in the United States; and
WHEREAS, Many Korean Americans have chosen to live and work in Queens
and through their hard work and tenacious effort have overcome culture
and language barriers and helped create a thriving multi-cultural commu-
nity; now, therefore, be it
RESOLVED, That this Legislative Body pause in its deliberations to
memorialize Governor Andrew M. Cuomo to proclaim January 13, 2016, as
Korean American Day in the State of New York, honoring the contributions
of Korean Americans in the United States and New York; and be it further
RESOLVED, That copies of this Resolution, suitably engrossed, be tran-
smitted to the Honorable Andrew M. Cuomo, Governor of the State of New
York; the Korean American Association of New York, and the Korean Ameri-
can Association of Queens.

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  • 12 / Jan / 2016
    • ADOPTED

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The New NY Broadband initiative is underway.

Elmira, N.Y., January 8—State Senator Tom O’Mara (R,C,I-Big Flats), a member of the Legislature’s joint, bipartisan Rural Resources Commission which has long advocated state investment in rural broadband development, today welcomed the state’s call for additional investment through the New NY Broadband initiative established in last year’s state budget.  

Senator Young announces funding to replace the roof of the Salamanca Area Senior Center.

SALAMANCA– Facing a roof that had leaked for three years and was close to total failure, the future of the Salamanca Area Senior Center was in jeopardy because the organization thought it would have to move.

A $100,000 grant secured by Senator Catharine Young (R,C,I- Olean) will allow the roof to be fixed, sparing the Senior Center from losing its current location.

This afternoon, I joined my partners in government and local law enforcement officials to call for reforms to the New York State Parole system. These reforms would strengthen our parole system, further protecting the public from repeat offenders.

Access to the internet is a great equalizer, putting a world's worth of knowledge at our fingertips that we can use to do things like find a job or connect with others. It's also a key component in economic development today, as many growing employers are deciding where to do business based on the availability of a fast, reliable connection. State-wide broadband would bring these benefits to thousands of Upstate residents, including many in our District, and help us do even more to create and retain local jobs.

Legislation Would Improve Elevator Worker Regulation and Licensure Statewide

(Middletown, NY)-Senator John J. Bonacic (R/C/I-Mr. Hope) is pleased to announce that he has secured $50,000 through the State and Municipal Grant program, for the Village of New Paltz, that will help make a much needed upgrade to its Wastewater Treatment Facility. The existing mixer mechanism in the primary digester at the Village of New Paltz Wastewater Facility has exceeded its useful operating life, is beyond repair and is no longer functional, and this grant will help the Village make the necessary upgrade.

On Wednesday, TransCanada – the company seeking to build the Keystone XL pipeline –  announced a suit against the U.S. government under the terms of the NAFTA agreement. This suit makes me think of Brownsville, because this is exactly the sort of suit that TPP will allow. TPP lets international companies sue the U.S. government over federal, state and local laws, rules or regulatory decisions that the corporations allege undermine their investment expectations. This will undermine our local democracy and our local laws that protect the environment, public health, and our communities.

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