Friday, August 29, 2014

Bazzomanifesto Update 08/29/14: 15 Topics In Today's blog

THIS BLOGS TOPICS:

1) [MEDIA ADVISORY] *Tue, 9/2* Dillon launches 37th Senate Campaign

2) Promote Your Organization for Free at JV Mall Community Day Sept. 14

3) Democratic Westchester Legislators Moving Forward with Plans to Revitalize Playland

4) Dominic Carter is a TV Political Journalist for RNN-TV. Dominic carter is the former Anchor for NY1 News.: Source: “You’ll be Hearing a lot more from Ray Kelly Soon.”
5) OP-ED: LOCAL DISABLED VETERAN IN NEED

6) Signature Chefs Benefit 09/17/14

7)  The FUN starts where? 12 Grapes

8) Headlines: Yorktown Daily Voice: Be On The Lookout For Road Closures During Obama's Westchester Visit
9) Diners, Dives and Disappointment
10) Westchester Legislator Jenkins Wants BOL Vote on Double Dip Law
11) Astorino Campaign Puts in Formal Debate Request to Cuomo Camp
12) [Public Meeting Agendas] Yorktown Town Board 09/02/14
13) A Letter from John Cahill
14) In the news: Di iorio Visits The Jewish Press
15) Cong. Maloney complicit in IRS scandal
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THE VOLPE/BAZZO REPORT ON YOUTUBE:

Thank to the help of a good friend Pat N. we are able to bring all available shows of the Volpe/Bazzo Report on YouTube for those who do not have Optimum/Cablevision.
Here is the link to 2012 & 2013 shows of The Volpe/Bazzo Report on YouTube:

https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCstWajSgbAgVe29zEyjftlw/videos

Here Are The Links To 2014 Shows Available:


08/26/14

Bob Castelli Interview

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7gqxro6BRmQ

The Volpe/Bazzo Report with guests: Dave Paganelli, Brian Marschhauser and Bryan Fumagalli
http://vimeo.com/84451345


The Volpe/Bazzo Report with guests: Mike Kaplowitz and Brian Marschhauser
http://vimeo.com/84440808


The Volpe/Bazzo Report with guest Eric DiBartolo 01/01/14

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SDMYJdWA-o0&feature=c4-overview&list=UUstWajSgbAgVe29zEyjftlw
The Volpe/Bazzo Report with guests Darren Rigger & Bryan Fumagalli 05/14/14
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2hXxpWGVryk

For those who have Cablevision/Optimum, you can see fresh episodes of:
THE  VOLPE/BAZZO REPORT:


Wednesdays 9:30 P.M. channel 74.
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Wednesday 9:00 P.M.Channel 15Philips town – Cortlandt – Peekskill – Ossining and Briarcliff., Mt Kisco , North Tarrytown

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http://www.joedillonforsenate.com



FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: August 28, 2014
Contact: T.J. McCormack, (818) 554-2566

***MEDIA ADVISORY***
FOR
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 2nd

YONKERS' OWN JOE DILLON TO OFFICIALLY
ANNOUNCE CANDIDACY FOR NYS SENATE
DURING TOUR OF 37th DISTRICT

 Former adviser to Bush and Clinton Whitehouses says he's ready to go to Albany to overhaul education, cut taxes and reform the Capital of corruption


This Tuesday, September 2nd, Joe Dillon, 48, will announce his campaign for New York State Senate in the 37th District with TWO STOPS: *KATONAH:11 a.m. at the War Memorial 21 Bedford Rd and *YONKERS: 4 p.m. near the Paideia School 175 Westchester Ave.


    Joe Dillon is launching his campaign against incumbent Senator George Latimer in New York's 37th Senate District. A Georgetown and Columbia graduate, Dillon has over twenty years of experience in both the public and private sector.

    He is a small business owner who has worked with emerging markets around the world as well as the World Trade Organization. Dillon is a former Treasury Department official who has also worked at Visa and American International Group and as an independent consultant.
    The Dillon campaign says it will focus on overhauling education, making New York economically competitive and cleaning up the most corrupt state capitol in America. Dillon lives in Yonkers with his wife Rachel and their three sons, Charlie, Hugh and William.
    The details for TUESDAY's event are as follows:

WHO: Joe Dillon, elected officials and supporters



WHAT: Campaign Launch Tour of 37th Senate District



WHEN/WHERE: Tuesday, September 2nd, 2014

11:00 a.m. (Print outlets) The Katonah War Memorial, 21 Bedford Rd, Katonah NY (Add to Calendar)

4 p.m. (Print & Television outlets welcome) By Paideia School 15, 175 Westchester Ave, Yonkers NY (Add to Calendar)

***ALL MEDIA INVITED AND ENCOURAGED TO ATTEND***
**EXCELLENT PHOTO AND INTERVIEW OPPORTUNITIES AVAILABLE**
*FURTHER INFORMATION AVAILABLE THROUGH CONTACT ABOVE*

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A Community Foundation that Seeks to Strengthen its Members and Affiliates by Sharing Resources & Uniting the Community for the Common Good
Promotion


Jefferson Valley Mall and Yorktown Organizations United welcome your
organization and the entire community to the
*FREE* 2nd Annual JV Mall Community Day *FREE!* 


JEFFERSON VALLEY MALL COMMUNITY DAY
SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 14 12:00 - 4 P.M. 
MAIN ENTRANCE PARKING LOT AND INSIDE MALL (RAIN OR SHINE)

Not-for-Profit Organizations Belonging to YOUnited
get a FREE table at the Mall to promote themselves.

Join us for a day filled with fun, food and festivities! Come support local organizations and businesses, learn about their missions and discover opportunities in your community. 

SIGN UP VOLUNTEERS! 
PROMOTE YOUR UPCOMING EVENTS!
SOLICIT DONATIONS!
PRESENT WORKSHOPS!
PERFORM ON STAGE!

Here's a preview of the fun to come! 

* Local emergency services teams will be at the event, including Mahopac Fire Department, Yorktown Police Department, Carmel Police Department, Putnam County ERT team 
and many more! Each service team will conduct live demonstrations, 
vehicle tours, safety presentations and present their K9 Units.
 
* Fun and exciting events for kids, including giant bounce house, sidewalk chalk contest, face painting, interactive games and more! 

* Local organizations like Harrison Apar Field of Dreams Foundation, Support Connection, Friends of Jaclyn, Yorktown Love in Action and many more will showcase their causes.

* Entertainment by Local Talent!

* PLUS! Food, Music & a Ton of Family Fun! 

Interested in participating with a free table or as featured entertainment? 




CONTACT...

Alexa O'Rourke, JV Mall Marketing and Business Development Director
914-245-4688 or aorourke@simon.com

OR

Katie Kavanagh, JV Mall Marketing Assistant, 914-245-4688 or katherine.kavanagh@simon.com

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About Yorktown Organizations United
 
YOUnited (Yorktown Organizations United) is the result of highly successful and well-attended Town Hall meetings organized by Town of Yorktown Supervisor Michael Grace when he started his first term of office in January 2012. Two years later, YOUNITED is proud to have become a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit community foundation incorporated in the state of New York, with the legal supervision of a Board of Trustees and By-Laws.


As stated in the By-Laws, YOUnited "serves as a clearinghouse and umbrella for support group for community-based organizations within the Town of Yorktown, as well as a resource for the receipt and dissemination of non-specific funds that may become available through corporate and private community responsibility programs or other means." 

YOUNITED's Board of Trustees meets the first Tuesday of each month at 8:30 a.m. in the offices of the Yorktown Chamber of Commerce at 3635 Crompond Rd 10567 (Parkside Corner, Route 202)
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To attend a meeting as a non-voting member, please contact us in advance at YOUNITEDNY@GMAIL.COM or (914) 275-6887. 

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JOSEPH VISCONTI, CHAIRMAN; BRUCE APAR, PRESIDENT; 
LORETTA LAGONIA, VICE PRESIDENT; RICHARD DE SILVA, TREASURER; MARY CAPOCCIA, SECRETARY;   
HONORABLE SALVATORE A. LAGONIA, COUNSEL; 
MICHAEL GRACE, EXECUTIVE MEMBER-AT-LARGE; 
MEMBERS-AT-LARGE: 
TRICY CUSHNER, AL FRENCH, MONICA GARRIGAN, 
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 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: August 28, 2014

Contact: Tom Staudter | ThomasS@westchesterlegislators.com | 914-995-2819 (office) | 914-419-5221 (cell)

 

Democratic Legislators Moving Forward with Plans to Revitalize Playland

 

“Playland’s Future Needs Deciding Now”

 

 

White Plains, NY – Democratic caucus members of the Westchester County Board of Legislators (BOL) announced today that they are moving forward with plans to revitalize Playland, the County’s iconic 280-acre amusement park and recreation area, with a committee hearing scheduled next week that will include representatives from Central Amusements International LLC (CAI) and Standard Amusements LLC to discuss how they might operate the park in the future.

 

CAI and Standard Amusements were the two runners-up in a four-year-plus long process initiated by County Executive Rob Astorino to find an outside partner to manage and operate Playland. Astorino’s first choice, Sustainable Playland, Inc. (SPI), bowed out of consideration earlier this summer.

 

“Playland’s future needs deciding now,” said Legislator Pete Harckham (D-North Salem), chair of the BOL Labors, Parks, Planning & Housing Committee, which will be holding its first hearing with CAI and Standard Amusements on Thursday, September 4 at 9 AM. “We cannot let another summer go by without finding a legitimate partner or partners to help actualize a vision for this important county resource. Both CAI and Standard are ready to make a big investment in Playland’s future beginning on Day One. Our committee is bringing them to the table next week, and we’ll hear more.”

 

Harckham noted that revitalizing Playland was one Astorino’s signature issues when he first ran for County Executive in 2008.

 

“Because the SPI plan couldn’t withstand necessary questions about finances, parking and environmental reviews, it crumbled,” remarked Harckham. “OK. So, let’s go to the next two groups in line with plans before going back to the drawing board.”

 

The announcement from the BOL Democratic caucus members comes on the heels of County Executive Rob Astorino’s decision to push through the County’s Board of Acquisition & Contract this week two contracts regarding Playland: a $100,000 consulting contract to Biederman Redevelopment Ventures Corp. to analyze operations at Playland’s amusement park, and a ten-year deal with American Skating Entertainment Centers LLC to manage and operate the Ice Casino at Playland.

 

“After four years, these two contracts show that the Administration is back to Square One in determining a proper future for Playland, while continuing its failed piecemeal strategy for how the park’s components should be operated, and this is not acceptable,” said BOL Majority Leader Catherine Borgia (D-Ossining). “Two potential partners remain interested in managing Playland, and it’s time to give them our attention. Let’s see if they represent a tangible opportunity to move forward right away.”

 

Added Legislator Catherine Parker (D-Rye): “In terms of Playland’s future, our top priority has to be a path that is right for residents and taxpayers. I don’t think it helps the park one bit to hold off on making decisions for another year or two.”

 

Yesterday, Harckham visited Playland’s amusement park soon after it opened for the day and made the following observations:

·         Patrons are made to stand in slow-moving lines to buy tickets to the amusement park

·         Pavement is cracked throughout the park

·         First food stand in the park—formerly a Burger King—is shuttered

·         New plantings exist next to dying shrubs and weed-choked sections of grass

·         Benches and tables are old and dirty

·         Structural cracks in colonnades

·         Men’s Room visited near “Plunge” ride needs major updating

·         Wood on Electric Room shed is rotting out

·         Same rides and attractions, year after year—no fresh product

·         Faded paint on rides

·         “Catch a Wave” ride is closed—on one of the hottest days of summer

·         Buildings need new roofing—most have unsightly patch jobs

·         Many colonnades have peeling paint

·         Whole park needs new food options—nothing healthy offered

·         Six vendors stations empty as you walk in through Parking Lot entrance

 

“This was actually my fourth visit to Playland this summer, and as a County Legislator it is deeply upsetting to me to see this proud National Historic Landmark suffering from years of obvious neglect,” said Harckham. “There has been no, repeat, no substantial investment in the park’s infrastructure over the past five years, and no increase in marketing spending over the past twenty years. On one of the last days of summer, when the amusement park could be humming with activity—with new rides and amusements, exciting water attractions and decent eateries—you get exactly the opposite. It’s depressing, and now it’s time something was done. Not next year. Now.”

 

Harckham added that his experience at Playland yesterday was brightened only by the cheerful professionalism of the park staff. “They do a great job,” he said.

 

Legislator MaryJane Shimsky (D-Hastings-on-Hudson), chair of the BOL Infrastructure Committee, said, “Playland should not have to wait any longer for the investment and care it deserves. I’m looking forward to our meeting with CAI and Standard next week. Everyone loves this park and wants it to succeed. It will do great when it is revitalized.”

 Additional news and photos available at www.westchesterlegislators.com/newsroom

Join our Facebook fanpage: http://www.facebook.com/westchestercountyBOL  | Follow us on Twitter: @westchesterBOL
 
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Dominic Carter is a TV Political Journalist for RNN-TV. Dominic carter is the former Anchor for NY1 News.: Source: “You’ll be Hearing a lot more from Ray Kelly Soon.”

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

Contact: Joe Bachmeier, Jbachmei@nysenate.gov

 

LOCAL DISABLED VETERAN IN NEED

 

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Last year I announced that my office would be teaming up with the Purple Heart Homes organization to completely remodel the home for a service-connected disabled veteran in our area.

 

In June, we found a Vietnam Veteran from Pawling, Private Dan Flanigan, who lived in a 100-year-old home that was in dire need of repair. Dan inherited his parent’s home in 1999. Like many service-connected disabled veterans, Dan lives on a fixed income and hasn’t been able to maintain the home over the years. Before we started the work on his home, Dan didn’t have a working shower and was forced to shower each morning at the local gym.

 

I am very excited to announce that thanks to the immense community support, we have made significant progress on Private Flanigan’s home and we are slated for an early fall ribbon cutting!

 

However, we are running extremely low on funds and need to raise money to finish this project to give Dan Flanigan the home he deserves.

 

I have worked with Purple Heart Homes, Dutchess County Executive Marcus Molinaro and Dutchess County Sheriff Butch Anderson to organize a BBQ Dinner in honor of Private Dan Flanigan.

 

The event will be hosted on Thursday, September 4th from 5 p.m. – 7 p.m. at the Pawling Fire House, South St, Pawling, NY 12564. Tickets are $20 per ticket at the door. Please RSVP by visiting: http://bit.ly/1lmcfiC or by calling (845) 279-3773.

 

We need your help to continue this project to give Dan Flanigan the proper “welcome home” he so rightfully deserves.

 

Local Businesses and partners that have helped with this project include:

 

Whispering Pines Gardening Center, Jay Hildebrandt Electric, Kevin Schick of McGrath & Company, Mike McCormack of Liscum McCormack Van Voorhis LLP, Ken Ford of New York Title, Daniel Marxer of Chazen Companies, James Schmitt of Schmitt Bros. Excavation, Judy Fitzgerald, Lloyd St. Louis of Boneyard Cruisers of Hudson Valley, Northeast Regional Council of Carpenters Local 279, Mark Franzoso of Franzoso Contracting, Camille Parisi of Adirondack Hops, Dan Maguire of Nuisance Wildlife & Timberline Tree, Peter Wilcox of Pepsi Co, Gino Capicotto of Our Lady of Mt. Carmel Society, McGraths Tavern, Gerry Klein of Mahopac National Bank, Mitch Klein of Krasdale Foods, Brewster Hills General Store, Hannaford of Pawling, Kobacker’s Market, McKinney & Doyle, Shoprite of Carmel, Christopher Page of Army Week, Major Robert Ramos, Joe Krulder of Drexel Hamilton, My Brother Vinny Community Organization, George Apap Painting , Jilco Windows, GAF roofing, Page Lumber, Dave Zublin of Old Time Barns, Lina Fierro, Steve Saba, Anthony Quatrone of Wood Stone Contracting, Brian Gallagher, Bob Nunziato, Rollo Podilla, Judy Fitzgerald, Minutemen, Bell Heating & Cooling, Jim Corless, Steve Adams, Echo Electric, John Biddle, Local 235 Labors Union, Anthony Farese, Clancy Moving, Karl Fister from the Village of Pawling Buliding Department, Chip Mullins, Rich Taylor, Kevin Andros, Rhino Linings, Team Depot from Brewster Home Depot and many more.

 

Senator Greg Ball represents the 40th Senate district and is the Chairman of the Senate Veterans, Homeland Security and Military Affairs Committee.

 

For more information, please contact Joe Bachmeier at jbachmei@nysenate.gov

Josef Bachmeier
Communications Director
NYS Senator Greg Ball
Cell: (914) 406 5114
 
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Please join me for the 2nd Annual March of Dimes Signature Chefs Benefit. I have been involved in the March of Dimes for several years and sit on the Board of Directors and Chair the March for Babies walk. This is a cause that is very near and dear to me and my wife, Kristin, and our twins Charlotte and Martin who were born premature and on September 22nd they will be turning 4!!! I hope you can join me for a wonderful evening.

 

Signature Chefs will be held on Wednesday, September 17th at Westchester Country Club from 5:30pm – 9:00pm.

 

Tickets are only $150 each or a Table of 10 for $1,000 and you can purchase yours right from the link.

 


 

Participating Restaurants and Beverages: Aries Wine and Spirits, Brother Jimmys’ BBQ, Captain Lawrence Brewery, Carousel Cakes, Castle Hotel & Spa, Catskill Distillery Company, Chef Johnsons Gourmet Food Truck, Chutney Masala Bistro, Coca-Cola Co., Coopers Mill, Crabtree's Kittle House, Emilio Ristorante, Harrys of Hartsdale, Havana Central, Lola’s Mexican Kitchen, Melting Pot, Mima 63, Sake Discoveries, Spiked Seltzer, The Tap House, The Rye Roadhouse, Underhill’s Crossing Restaurant, Westchester Country Club, X2O Xavier’s on the Hudson, Yonkers Brewing Co.

*As of August 20th

 

 

Event Chair - Greg Petrillo, Vice President, Yonkers Contracting Company

 

Emcee - Kris Ruby, Ruby Media Group, CEO & On Air Commentator

 

Thank You to our Sponsors:

 

Diamond Sponsor

Yonkers Contracting Company

Silver Sponsor

Laborers Union Local 731

Bronze Sponsors

Customers Bank

Gerber Life Insurance Company

Veneruso, Curto, Schwartz and Curto, LLP

The Westchester Bank

 Martin Ball
 
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Wed Aug 27, Ladies Night with
Julie Corbalis
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Julie is a singer/ songwriter who loves to play '70s folk rock from artists like The Beatles, Rod Stewart, Janis Joplin and Dylan. Julie brings such a degree of positive spirit & energy, you can't help but feel good!
$18 Two-course Dinner Deal from 5:30 pm 
Ladies Night Drink specials from 7pm: $6 Martinis, $6 by-the-glass wines and $4 beers.
Live music 8-10pm:  NO COVER.


Drew Bordeaux
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We're looking forward to the return of the talented singer / songwriter, the guitar-playing, loop-peddling Drew Bordeaux.
And he's bringing special guests Anna Leinbach on vocals/violin and Tom Barraco on percussion! 
The trio will entertain us with an eclectic (and electric) mix of Rock and alt-Pop/Rock covers from The Police, The Lumineers, Marc Cohen, Coldplay, Kings of Leon and more.
NO COVER.



 
R&B / Soul / Pop with 
Qu Boii & Eclectic Paradise
Jaquon "Qu Boii" Welch is a Peekskill native and talented R&B / Soul singer. With an original style and authentic talent - coupled with a winning smile - Jaquon takes his audience back to a time when music was as much about the message as the delivery. His tenor voice smoothly transitions from old-time Gospel to modern Urban Soul and R&B, drawing inspiration from legendary artists like Stevie Wonder, Michael Jackson, John Legend and others. It's going to be a great night!  $5 Cover plus $20 min/person for table reservations.
  
African / Latin / World Jazz with 
Don't miss this Grammy-nominated, award-winning West Coast band, in a rare East Coast appearance! Native Vibe is best described as a high-energy instrumental music group that blends Latin, African, Caribbean, Funk, Rock and Jazz styles. This unique band features soulful guitar melodies, intricate keyboard layers and a percussion-driven rhythm section. Featuring original Native Vibe members, 
bassist Nee Sackey and guitarist Bill Macpherson, with Pete Levin on keys, John Pel on drums and Nanny Assi on percussion! $5 Cover.

Brunch -
3:30 on - Closed for Private Party.
12 Grapes throws one heck of a party! Call us for your next big event. We'll make it a memorable one.

Call for "Dinner & Show" Reservations:  914-737-6624
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Headlines: Yorktown Daily Voice: Be On The Lookout For Road Closures During Obama's Westchester Visit
http://yorktown.dailyvoice.com/news/be-lookout-road-closures-during-obamas-westchester-visit
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On Thursday, August 28, 2014 9:12 AM, NRCC Communications wrote:

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With President Obama returning from his vacation in Martha’s Vineyard, Americans are still asking: Where are the jobs? Our veterans are suffering from this administration’s failures. There’s the crisis on our border. And America is growing weaker abroad.
 
But the president seems more interested in playing pool, drinking beers and grabbing burgers. So it’s no surprise a majority of Americans now view President Obama and his administration as incompetent.
 
With the president dragging down Democrat incumbents coast-to-coast, he might want to visit some of their districts. And since he’s not interested in dealing with any real issues – he could even visit some diners and dives along the way.
 
President Obama and these Democrat incumbents might just learn how disappointed the American people are.
 
 
New York’s 21st Congressional District
New York’s North Country
Democrat: Aaron Woolf
The Dish: Aaron Woolf is a Manhattan multimillionaire filmmaker who has never met a positon on an issue that he was willing to take. Woolf’s sole tie to upstate New York is a summer home there which is about as strong a connection as he has to the island of Mauritius, where the Woolfs take advantage of their status as a tax haven to avoid U.S. taxes.
What’s on tap: Since Aaron Woolf wants North Country families to pay more for food, the best place to go is Woolf’s organic grocery store and restaurant in Brooklyn. The President should bring plenty of Raid, however, because Woolf’s food businesses are notorious for the presence of roaches, mice, and filth flies. Woolf can also take the President to Glens Falls and Watertown, to major areas of the district with which Woolf has admitted he isn’t very familiar.
 
New York’s 1st Congressional District
The East End of Long Island
Democrat: Tim Bishop
The Dish: Tim Bishop likes to call himself “The Mailman.” That’s because he delivers – if you happen to be able to donate 10 grand to his campaign. Bishop is also a strong supporter of Obamacare, and still has Obama’s “Lie of the Year” proudly posted on his official website.  
What’s on tap: President Obama should expect to keep a low profile when hanging out with Bishop. After the FBI investigated his shady fundraising practices, Bishop is probably going to have to keep things low key. Perhaps a picnic on the beach with some fireworks and a few supporters who are willing to donate to Bishop for some face time with the President.
 
New York’s 18th Congressional District
Orange County and Putnam County, as well as parts of southern Dutchess County and northeastern Westchester County.
Democrat: Sean Patrick Maloney
The Dish: Sean Patrick Maloney is the kind of Congressman who thinks the rules don’t apply to him. Sitting on the Aviation Subcommittee in Congress, Maloney is tasked with overseeing the Federal Aviation Administration. Despite that position, Maloney blatantly and knowingly violated the FAA’s ban on commercial drone use. Instead of simply apologizing, Maloney has refused to acknowledge the mistake and why it’s so concerning to voters that their Congressman gets to live by a different set of rules.
What’s on tap: Drones, drones and more drones. Maloney and Obama can hang out in Maloney’s multimillion dollar home fly some drones and talk all how both of them are willing to ignore the laws of the land to get done what they want to get done.
 
New Hampshire’s 1st Congressional District
Greater Manchester, the Seacoast and the Lakes Region
Democrat: Carol Shea-Porter
The Dish: Carol Shea-Porter is one of President Obama’s biggest supporters in Congress, proudly boasting about how she is a rubber stamp for Obama and Nancy Pelosi. Because of that, she finds herself trailing in the polls and on the edge of losing her seat because of the President just like she did in 2010.
What’s on tap: New Hampshire would be a great place for Shea-Porter and Obama to learn about just how unpopular Obamacare really is. The two can travel the district talking to families who no longer have access to their doctors and hospitals of choice. Then the pair can have fun at a local diner as Shea-Porter explains why she voted against No Budget, No Pay – a bill to prevent members of Congress from getting paid if they don’t pass a budget. It will be especially fun to watch Shea-Porter blame the bill on Republicans, especially since Obama himself signed it into law.
 
 
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: August 29, 2014

Contact:  Tom Staudter | ThomasS@westchesterlegislators.com | 914-995-2819 | 914-419-5221 (cell)

 

Legislator Jenkins Wants BOL Vote on Double-Dip Law

White Plains, NY – Westchester County Legislator Ken Jenkins (D-Yonkers) called on his colleagues at the Board of Legislators (BOL) today to vote on legislation he has introduced that will require BOL approval for waivers allowing County employees to collect both a public pension and a salary.

The legislation refers to Section 150 of the New York State Civil Service Law, which states that a retiree’s pension shall be suspended during periods of re-employment in the public sector. Post-retirement earnings from public sector employment are regulated by Sections 211 and 212 NYS Retirement and Social Security law. Section 211 states that a retiree can be rehired in the public sector (and make more than $30,000 annually) for up to two years and continue to receive a pension with what is known as a “211 waiver.”

Presently, the County Executive issues the 211 waivers, but in light of the recent DWI arrest of County Executive Rob Astorino’s assistant Hugh Fox, Jr., a political appointee who was re-applying for another state waiver so he could collect his pension earned as a Yonkers fireman and his $105,740 County salary, Jenkins said it was time to end “automatic approvals for the County Executive’s political cronies to double dip.”

“There are probably some rare instances when a retiree would make a good hire for the County, and it would make sense financially for the waiver to be granted,” said Jenkins. “But for the sake of good, open and transparent government that keeps the interests of our taxpayers at the forefront of decision making, we must take these automatic, unilateral approvals out of the purview of only the Administration and let the Board of Legislators also deliberate on each waiver, case by case, and make a decision up or down.”

The new legislation would require all Westchester County employees to receive authorization from both the County Executive and BOL before applying to the state for a 211 waiver.

“The waiver decisions should be made simply on the basis of County operations, not political opportunism,” said Jenkins. “Providing checks and balances in the regard will help deter conflicts of interests and hires of unqualified individuals.”

Jenkins noted that the BOL was not aware that Fox, the chairman of the Westchester County Conservative Party, which endorsed Astorino in his campaign for re-election as County Executive last year, had reapplied recently for another 211 waiver. Over thirty applicants had applied for the position previously held by Fox.

The 211 waiver legislation was introduced by Jenkins at the BOL in January. BOL rules require legislation to go on the agenda for a full BOL vote within 90 days of introduction.

Additional news and photos available at www.westchesterlegislators.com/newsroom

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Contact:  Jessica Proud (914) 438-5325                    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

ASTORINO CAMPAIGN PUTS IN FORMAL DEBATE REQUEST TO
CUOMO CAMPAIGN

New York--August 28th...In response to Governor Cuomo's comments that he will leave it up to the campaign staff to figure out debates, the Astorino campaign formally submitted a letter to the Cuomo campaign to arrange a time-honored practice of debates between the two major party candidates.

You can view the letter here.
Governor Cuomo, who is under criminal investigation by federal prosecutors for corruption, has repeatedly ducked committing to debates with County Executive Astorino and his Democratic primary opponent, Zephyr Teachout.

"Is Governor Cuomo so arrogant that he is the only candidate for public office who feels he shouldn't have to debate," questioned Astorino spokeswoman Jessica Proud. "Or is it that he is being muzzled by his criminal defense attorneys who don't want him to talk about the U.S. Attorney's investigation? You don't deserve the job of governor if you can't defend your record and lay out your vision for the next four years in a debate."

The Astorino campaign noted the County Executive debated his challenger opponent five times throughout his re-election campaign last year.

 

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August 29, 2014
  

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On Thursday, August 28, 2014 7:05 PM, Nick for New York wrote:
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Friends,
I wanted to share with you an article covering my recent interview and discussion with The Jewish Press.

http://www.jewishpress.com/news/us-news/ny/nick-di-iorio-visits-the-jewish-press/2014/08/27/

The full text is below.

Best,
Nick Di iorio
Congressional nominee, NY-12
Nick Di iorio Visits The Jewish Press

By Jewish Press Staff. First published: 8/27/2014

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Nick Di Iorio, the Republican candidate for congress in New York's 12th congressional district, met recently with the editorial board of The Jewish Press at the newspaper's Boro Park office. The district includes the east side of Manhattan, western Queens, and parts of Brooklyn (Greenpoint & Williamsburg).

During the meeting, Di Iorio spoke about his recent trip to Israel, meeting citizens, government officials and members of the IDF. He spoke about the ways he differs from Obama on Israel and America's foreign policy in the Middle East. He said that supporting Israel is in America's best interest, as Israel is at the forefront of fighting the same fight as the U.S. -- against global Islamic terrorism.

During his visit, while driving south of Jerusalem, Di Iorio's car was pelted by rocks and he just missed serious injuries by inches.

"Israel is the eastern border of Western civilization," he said at the meeting.

"It was embarrassing to be asked, Why is Egypt right now a better ally than America? Why is Israel doing more than the U.S. to protect Israel?"

"President Obama is choking off munitions to Israel," he added, "in effect hurting Israel's ability to defend itself. He must initiate unconditional re-supply of all armaments to Israel for its defense. But the long game is Iran. People who are focusing on the Gaza conflict don't realize that Iran's desire to have a nuclear weapon is the biggest threat to Israel, America, and Europe."

Di Iorio was a financial contractor for Pfizer and spent six years in the seminary studying to become a Catholic priest. He said that he made the decision at a young age that he wanted to serve. He said that studying to become a priest "was a significant life choice. Serving as a volunteer to help those in need will always be a part of my life. And in Congress, I will serve the people of New York and my country -- that is who I will be accountable to."

During the meeting, Di Iorio came across as very knowledgeable of the issues and driven. He said he still volunteers at homeless shelters and other mission work at least once a week. He has shown that he understands the social problems that exist in New York City and is very supportive of giving religious institutions the support necessary to help the less fortunate. He has experienced firsthand the wonderful work that local Jewish organizations do to help people in need.

"I will never be a part of the establishment cronyism in politics, where billionaires and other powerful political players engage in the 'you scratch my back and I'll scratch yours' while forgetting about the people they are supposed to be working for," he said.

When asked about his chances as a Republican in an area that has recently been voting Democratic (he is running against longtime incumbent Rep. Carolyn Maloney), Di Iorio explained that he is on the ballot on the Republican, Conservative, Libertarian, and Independence lines. Additionally, he added, that with redistricting he has almost 90,000 registered voters affiliated with those parties. So, he said, that with a turnout which is estimated to be around 200,000, he needs only an additional 30,000 Democratic voters to pull the lever for him.


 

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On Thursday, August 28, 2014 7:59 PM, Nick for New York wrote:
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CANDIDATE NICK DI IORIO SAYS CONG. CAROLYN MALONEY PART OF THE IRS SCANDAL EMAIL COVERUP

"Rep. Carolyn Maloney is Not Doing Her Job and Hopes We Won't Notice"


NEW YORK, NY-- Long time incumbent Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney (D-NY-12) is covering up illegal government actions by staying silent on explosive new information pointing to corruption by the Internal Revenue Service (IRS), says Nick Di iorio, who is running against Maloney for Congress.  Emails the IRS claimed went missing in a computer glitch are, in fact, not "missing" but are being hidden by Obama's Justice Department, headed by Attorney General Eric Holder.

Maloney, who is a member of the congressional committee in charge of investigating the IRS scandal that involves the so-called "missing emails" on illegal targeting by the IRS of groups the Obama Administration considers political adversaries, is ignoring the new revelations, confident the media will partner with her and cover up the scandal.  Maloney also voted against calling on Eric Holder to appoint a Special Counsel to investigate the scandal. (H Res 565).  A special counsel would ensure a nonpartisan evaluation of the corruption allegations.

Nick Di iorio said, "Carolyn Maloney is complicit in the coverup of Washington corruption.  She is part of the problem."

The IRS and officials in the Obama Adminstration have stated under oath to Congress that key emails by former IRS senior official Lois Lerner relating to the scandal of the IRS targeting groups based on their allegiance or opposition to President Obama were lost in a computer glitch.  Yesterday, they admitted this was untrue.  The emails are in their possession, but they refused to release them to the proper congressional investigating committees.

"While the unserious, out-of-touch Carolyn Maloney ignores her job responsibilities of focusing on Israel, jobs and government corruption, we are left without representation in Congress," said Di iorio.  "Her priorities are adopting pandas from China, holding fundraisers in the Hamptons and ignoring and covering up the corruption in Washington, DC.  It's time for serious, sober representation in Congress for New York."

Nick Di iorio issued a challenge: "Congressman Maloney needs to do her job, pay attention, and pressure the Obama Administration to release all emails relating to the IRS scandal so that the committee of which she is a member, the Government Reform and Oversight Committee can investigate."

Nick Di iorio, a Republican, is the sole challenger running in New York's 12th Congressional District against longtime incumbent Carolyn Maloney.  Di iorio has also received support from members of the Independence Party, Libertarian Party, and Conservative Party.  The district includes the east side of Manhattan, western Queens, and Greenpoint in Brooklyn. More at: www.nickfornewyork.com.

To schedule an interview, please email Di.iorio4Congress@nickfornewyork.com.
Follow Nick Di iorio's campaign on social media: Facebook  |  Twitter


 

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Nick for New York, 323 East 93rd St, New York, NY 10128
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