Wednesday, October 30, 2013

Bazzomanifesto Update 10/30/13: 20 Topics In Today's blog

SPECIAL NOTE TO RESIDENTS OF CORTLANDT:

Wednesday 9:00 P.M. Channel 15 10/23/ & 10/30
THE VOLPE/BAZZO REPORT

SPECIAL SHOW WITH DOMENIC VOLPE
HE LAYS OUT HIS PLATFORM AS HE ANNOUNCES HIS RUN FOR THE COUNCIL
ON THE INDEPENDENCE LINE AND WORKING FAMILIES LINE

HERE IS YOUTUBE LINK:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=G8KEeu-Tr88&feature=share

MORE VOLPE/BAZZO REPORT ON DOMENIC'S RUN FOR TOWN COUNCIL:

Volpe/Bazzo Report - May 15, 2013 Episode:
Volpe on Volpe


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WjKsy8o4qww&list=PL15q02cIJ1qxB9VVej5EHJxRko-gJQ411&index=11

Cortlandt Democrat Candidates Sneaky Way To Victory
Letter To The Editor Published In The Northern Westchester Examiner:


http://forum.ncnlocal.com/bb/viewtopic.php?t=7437&start=0&postdays=0&postorder=asc&highlight=
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THIS BLOGS TOPICS:

1)  Bazzo Says: MAKE VOLPE YOUR SECOND CHOICE THIS NOVEMBER 5 FOR CORTLANDT TOWN COUNCIL


2) Peter Tripodi :Incompetency reaches new heights

3)  Letter to the Editor: We need Catherine Borgia to continue

4)  To the Editor:Catherine Borgia has been engaged in government

5)  To the Editor:: We are pleased to endorse Catherine Borgia for reelection

6) Letter to the Editor-Yorktown Supervisor Election

7) Don Bennett Enthusiastically Supports Vivian Cyndi McKenzie

8) NYLCV Endorses Mary Foster For Peekskill Mayor

9) PRESS RELEASE] Putnam County Clerk Endorses Murphy for Westchester County Clerk

10)  How Did a Cupcake Shop Become An Obamacare Navigator?

11) ROUGE - Grand Opening Cocktail 10/30/13

12) Astorino Wins Historic WVOX Endorsement

13)  90% Say Bramson Wrong on Lifelong Health Benefits as Five-year Part-Timer

14)  VIDEO: Astorino Campaign Demands Action on Bramson Sign Destruction

15)  Fix the Glitch: Fire Sean Patrick Maloney

16) White House Knew Millions Would Lose Coverage Under ObamaCare: When Did Sean Patrick Maloney Know?

17)  Cox to Moreland: Investigate Duffy

18)  Westchester Legislators Secure Funds for Important Repairs at Ossining Water Treatment Plant
19)  Westchester Legislators Set to Approve Funds toward Local Energy Efficiency Projects

20)  SCHUMER TO FIGHT FOR END OF PROHIBITION-ERA RESTRICTION ON SHIPPING BEER, WINE, & SPIRITS VIA U.S. POSTAL SERVICE – PLAN WOULD ADD ESTIMATED $225 MILLION IN NEW ANNUAL REVENUE FOR STRUGGLING USPS & PROVIDE ECONOMIC BOOST FOR UPSTATE NY BEVERAGE BUSINESSES

 
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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 you the January - June 2013 season of the Volpe/Bazzo Report on YouTube for those who do not have Optimum/Cablevision.


Here is the link to the complete list of 2013 shows available:

http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL15q02cIJ1qxB9VVej5EHJxRko-gJQ411


Thank to the help of a good friend Pat N. we are able to bring you the complete 2012 season of the Volpe/Bazzo Report On YouTube for those who do not have Optimum/Cablevision.

Here is the link to the complete list of 2012 shows available:

http://www.youtube.com/channel/UCstWajSgbAgVe29zEyjftlw

For those who have Cablevision/Optimum, you can see fresh episodes of:

THE VOLPE/BAZZO REPORT:
 Wednesdays 9:30 P.M.
channel 74.
Yorktown – Putnam Valley – Bedford – Bedford Hills – Mount Kisco – Katonah – Lewisboro – North Salem – Pound Ridge – Purdy Station – Amawalk – Granite Springs – Lincolndale – Somers – Baldwin Place – Shenorock – Mahopac.


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

HOSTED BY: DOMENIC VOLPE & ANTHONY BAZZO
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BAZZO NOTE:  Now that the Northern Westchester Examiner has endorsed Domenic Volpe for the Cortlandt Town Council, I thought I would re-print my endorsement for Domenic: 


MAKE VOLPE YOUR SECOND CHOICE THIS NOVEMBER 5:

 
Back in September I wrote that if you were dissatisfied with the go-along-to-get-along party nominees, you had a viable option come November.  I said you still had a candidate on the ballot who was not part of that crowd.  I pointed out that Domenic Volpe, my friend and co-host of the Volpe/Bazzo Report on cable access was still the Independence and Working Families Party nominee.  At that time I did not know the Domenic would run an active campaign.  I can now tell you he is and that should be good news for those who voted for him in the primary. 


 I am no fool.  I know by now you have a first choice candidate, regardless of your party affiliation.  It is your second choice you are iffy about.  Well, think about this. Come November one candidate will be elected to the town council that owes their primary loyalty to the party that nominated them. It is what it is.  But, if you want at least one person on the board who's only IOU would be to you, the voter, then that choice, your second choice should be Domenic Volpe. 


 Domenic has been your friend and neighbor, a local business man and property manager for twenty-five years.  He knows, like you, what it is like to go before the board when you want to up-grade your property.  Of the candidates running, he is one of you.  He is accessible six day a week from 8 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. at his place of business and has always listened to your concerns. On the board he will actually be able to do something about them. 


 As Domenic is the Independence and Working Families Party nominee, regardless of your affiliation, you can go to those line and cast your vote without compromising you values.  You also have that added incentive to send a message to the party phooh-bahs that your voice will be heard and that 51 votes in a low turn out primary will not dictate who will sit on the town board.  Not to dissuade you of your first choice, I ask that on November 5, you vote for Domenic Volpe as your second choice and your voice for Town Council.


Sincerely,
Anthony J. Bazzo
Co-Host Volpe/Bazzo Report
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CAMPAIGN FINANCE DISHONESTY 
No one should be above the law. 
Tripodi calls on Borgia to follow the law.

Ossining Town Councilman Peter Tripodi, a candidate for the Westchester County Legislator District 9, is calling on his opponent Catherine Borgia to immediately file her missing Campaign Finance reports.

“Catherine Borgia hasn’t done her job as a legislator by not voting "yes" or "no" on a budget since being elected and now she hasn’t filed a campaign finance report since July”, said Tripodi.  “This is not a Republican or Democrat issue- if you believe in honest fair government you should support transparent campaign disclosure as required by law.  Once more Catherine Borgia demonstrates a complete disregard to those who elected her.  She walked out on casting her only budget vote, but the record is even worse her as she has missed 4 financial filings.  One must wonder: what does she have to hide?” Tripodi concluded.

New York State Election Law requires candidates to file numerous reports so the public can see all campaign expenditures and donations.  The law was created to further more transparent and fair elections.  It can reveal if special interests groups are supporting a candidacy.

“When voters cast their ballot on Tuesday, they must consider the arrogance and audacity demonstrated by Ms. Borgia by her temper tantrum walkout on the budget vote and her failure to abide by NYS Election law, “ said Tripodi.

 

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To the Editor:
 
We need Catherine Borgia to continue on the Westchester County Board of Legislators for the 9th Legislative District. I strongly support Catherine because as my close personal friend, neighbor and elected representative for nearly 14 years I know firsthand that Catherine is never satisfied with the status quo. I am always impressed but never surprised at Catherine's uncanny work-smart ability to innovate programs that efficiently and effectively revitalize our local economy, ease the burden on small businesses, improve infrastructure and preserve desperately needed services.  Catherine's remarkable successes as former Supervisor of the Ossining Town Board on which I now serve are being put to action at the County Board as she enthusiastically advocates for families, seniors, small businesses and our environment. 
 
As the experienced incumbent Catherine has a proven ability to gain bipartisan support for her proactive ideas, which is testament to the very good reasons why Catherine was first elected and why Catherine must now be RE-elected to the County Board. 
 
Eric Blaha,
Councilman, Town of Ossining
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Oct 29 at 9:57 AM
To the Editor,

 
You very likely receive many letters in support of candidates citing their accomplishments. Catherine Borgia has been engaged in government  and has many such accomplishments and I am certain others will write about these. I wish to highlight different aspects of Catherine.
 
In every situation, Catherine is willing to have conversations with others and she really listens to what she hears. She is ready to work with people of different opinions, whether they are within her party or not. After working with others and listening to others, she arrives at solutions or makes decisions that she feels are in the best interests of all. It is possible not every such decision will satisfy everyone 100%,  but that is expected. Our society is founded on everyone working together, finding common ground for the benefit of all.
 
Catherine has the qualities which embody:
1. wanting to do the right thing each and every time;
2. listening to and working with others of varying opinions to achieve this;
3. being inventive in order to find the best solution. 
 
In these tough times, I cannot think of more important qualities in any elected official than these which will serve us now and in our future.
 
Sincerely,
 
Terry
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To the Editor:

We are pleased to endorse Catherine Borgia for reelection to Westchester County Legislator District 9.

Before serving as County Legislator, Catherine was the Town Supervisor in Ossining. So either as our
colleague on the Town Board, the Village Board where she also served as trustee, or working together
with us on the County Board, Catherine has been a dynamic and strong force for good.

As Town Supervisor, she worked through tough economic times to streamline service delivery and work
carefully with the various departments as well as the public to find innovative solutions to tricky problems.
She was instrumental in analyzing intermunicipal agreements between town and village, and instituting a
new one with the county to utilize county policing.

Catherine brought the Town on board with environmentally friendly policies and joined the Northern
Westchester Energy Action Consortium, in order to find proactive ways to engage the public in energy
savings and opportunities for grants that would otherwise not have been available. She launched many
initiatives to make sure Ossining and its neighbors were poised for the future.

She has been a responsible steward of county resources, and has worked to help the town comply with
federal housing regulations in a way that will have a positive impact for our residents.
We look forward to continuing our productive relationship with the county and encourage everyone to do
the same by voting for County Legislator Catherine Borgia for reelection on November 5th.

Sincerely,

Susanne Donnelly – Supervisor Town of Ossining
Geoff Harter – Deputy Supervisor Town of Ossining
Northern Wilcher – Councilman Town of Ossining
Eric Blaha – Councilman Town of Ossining


Any questions please contact:
Susanne Donnelly
17 Susquehanna Rd
Ossining NY 10562
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Bianco Wants to Take Yorktown Back, Alright... Way Back
To the Editor:

All a Yorktowner has to do to know who NOT to vote for on November 5 is listen to Nick Bianco's deceptive double-talk that we've been hearing for 17 years too long. Here is this year's version of his tired act: 

Nick Bianco says he doesn't want Yorktown to become another Yonkers, where he lived, and worked as a police officer.

If you want a Supervisor who insults his hometown to create a false sense of fear in his current neighbors, vote for Bianco. If you want a Supervisor whose pride in his town has reignited community spirit with his creation of Yorktown Organizations United and a holiday parade -- and who is endorsed by the Affiliated Police Associations (including those of Yonkers and Yorktown) -- vote for Supervisor Michael Grace.

Nick Bianco whines, "Yorktown is for sale."

If you want a Supervisor who sees "sale" as a dirty word, and for 17 years has opposed serious investment in Yorktown, vote for Bianco. If you want a Supervisor who is rebuilding Yorktown's commercial tax base to lower YOUR taxes, vote for Supervisor Michael Grace.

Nick Bianco slings sleazy slogans like, "Let's take our town back."
If you want a Supervisor who resorts to schoolyard-bully taunts like "let’s take back" Yorktown) -- because he believes it's his town more than your town -- vote for Bianco. If you want a Supervisor who says we’re all in this together because he believes Yorktown is your town, vote for Supervisor Michael Grace.

Nick Bianco says a municipality like Yorktown should NOT be governed with the financial discipline of a profitable business.

If you want a Supervisor who thinks "business" and "profits" are BAD for Yorktown, vote for Bianco. If you want a Supervisor who continues to cut red tape and smartly creates money-saving efficiencies, vote for Supervisor Michael Grace.

Nick Bianco has said NO to a restaurant in JV Mall, and NO to all kinds of progress, for the 17 years he has been on Yorktown's Town Board. Now he outdoes himself by criticizing a second year of tax cuts proposed by Supervisor Michael Grace.

If you want a Supervisor who thinks we can't afford tax cuts, vote for Bianco. If you want a Supervisor who goes out of his way to give a partial rebate to taxpayers while maintaining heathy cash reserves for improvements and emergencies, vote for Supervisor Michael Grace.

William
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A Message from the Peekskill Democratic City Committee
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Don Bennett Enthusiastically Supports Vivian Cyndi McKenzie
October 26, 2013
 
To The Editor:
 
With pride and confidence I write this letter of endorsement for Ms. Vivian McKenzie, whom the Peekskill Common Council appointed to the vacant Council seat to which she is now seeking election.
 
I have known Vivian for a few years since she assumed the ownership of a small business in downtown Peekskill and through some of her activities in the Peekskill community. Vivian's family foundation in Peekskill and her business experience adds an important voice to the Council.
 
Ms. McKenzie's involvement in the Business Improvement District (BID), Peekskill High School's P.I.E.S program, Girl Scouts, Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority and Park Street A.M.E. Zion Church demonstrates her commitment to and for the city of Peekskill.
 
I enthusiastically support Vivian McKenzie as a candidate for the Peekskill Common Council in November.
 
Respectfully,
 
Don Bennett Jr.
Former Deputy Mayor
Member Common Council
City of Peekskill

 
 
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For Immediate Release                             

Oct. 29, 2013                

 

CONTACT

Dan Hendrick, (212) 361-6350, ext. 206 

 

New York League of Conservation Voters Endorses Mary Foster For Peekskill Mayor
 
NEW YORK --- The New York League of Conservation Voters, which works to make environmental sustainability a top political and policy priority in New York State, has announced its endorsement of Mary Foster for Mayor of the City of Peekskill.

 

Foster is a founding member and original board officer for the Northern Westchester Energy Action Consortium. She also serves as a member of the Mid-Hudson Region Sustainability Plan and, as mayor, has adopted legislation that will allow commercial properties to participate in a sustainable energy loan program. She is also responsible for creating the Conservation Advisory Council with the aim of developing an agenda for land preservation, estuary management and waterways protection.

 

“Throughout her time in public service, Mary Foster has made environmental sustainability a high priority,” said New York League of Conservation Voters President Marcia Bystryn. “Because of her impressive track record of accomplishment and plans for an even greener, healthier city, we are proud to endorse Mary Foster for Peekskill Mayor.”

 

In response the endorsement, Mayor Mary Foster said: “I am pleased that the progress we have made in Peekskill with LEED certified new construction, reducing energy consumption, supporting sustainable development and preserving our riverfront park has been recognized by the New York League of Conservation Voters and that I have earned their endorsement.”

 
The New York League of Conservation Voters  (NYLCV) was founded in 1989 as a nonpartisan, policy making and political action organization that works to make environmental protection a top priority with elected officials, decision makers, and voters by evaluating incumbent performance and endorsing and electing environmental leaders to office in New York State.

 
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PUTNAM COUNTY CLERK CROSSES BORDER TO ENDORSE IN WESTCHESTER COUNTY RACE

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: October 28, 2013
CONTACT: Kimberly Morella 914-755-0543/ Kim@marybethmurphy2013.com

White Plains, NY - Under fire and facing a pending lawsuit from Gannett’s Journal News paper – Putnam County Clerk came to White Plains today to announce his support for Mary Beth Murphy as Westchester County Clerk.

The primary reason I support Mary Beth  for Westchester County Clerk is that she exhibits the same conviction that I do: that is, the welfare and personal privacy of her citizens is of paramount concern” said Putnam County Clerk Dennis J. Sant at a press conference held in front of the Office of the Westchester County Clerk.

          Clerk Sant continued… “Mary Beth Murphy is an attorney who is well qualified to be Westchester’s next county clerk and its first female county clerk.  As Supervisor of the Town of Somers for the past fifteen years, Mary Beth has been an excellent administrator.  She will take those qualities with her to the county clerk’s office of Westchester County.”
      
Mary Beth Murphy thanked Clerk Sant for his unprecedented County Clerk endorsement and noted: “I was shocked when I discovered that County Clerk Idoni agreed to give the names and home addresses of law- abiding, pistol permit holders… to the Journal News just two hours and six minutes after he received the newspaper's FOIL request.”  Ms. Murphy continued; “I'm proud to have the endorsement of Putnam County Clerk Dennis Sant who stood firmly on the side of his constituents to protect their safety and privacy.  Westchester residents also deserve a County Clerk who will protect their privacy and safety in access to public documents.”

Mary Beth Murphy  is in her eighth term as the Supervisor of the Town of Somers.  As Supervisor she is responsible for the management of the Town including annual budgeting, capital project oversight, policy and ordinance formulation and implementation, personnel management and constituent communication. She is known for her leadership in numerous collaborative efforts with all levels of government. Under Mary Beth’s leadership Somers municipal property tax rate remains the lowest in Westchester County. She will use her extensive administrative skills and her experience in the private sector as a practicing attorney to efficiently and effectively manage the County Clerk’s office.
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  • If elected Mary Beth Murphy would be the 1st woman elected to the position in its 330 year history

  • Westchester County Clerk is the oldest elected position in the county dating back to 1683.

  • While mandated electronic advances have been made in the Office of the County Clerk – Mary Beth Murphy believes there is more work to be done to provide more open, prompt and efficient service to our taxpayers.

  • Mary Beth is a proven tax cutter who builds bipartisan consensus.

  • Mary Beth will protect individual privacy in public documents.

  • Mary Beth has proven private sector management skills.

  • Mary Beth is committed to open government and transparency.


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Publication Sues Putnam County Over Pistol Permit Info
(Courtesy of WAMC Radio)
A newspaper in the Hudson Valley that at the end of last year published an online, interactive gun map with the names and addresses of legal pistol permit holders has sued the lone county that refused to hand over information.
The lawsuit filed by The Journal News also names the county clerk’s office. In December 2012, after the elementary school shooting massacre in Newtown, Connecticut, the paper published a gun map with the names and addresses of legal pistol permit holders in Rockland and Westchester Counties, inciting a firestorm of controversy. Putnam County officials, however, did not release such information about their residents, citing concerns about privacy and public safety. Since then, New York has enacted a new law - the SAFE Act – Governor Andrew Cuomo’s gun control legislation that ended up including an opt-out provision for pistol permit holders to keep their names and addresses private.
Putnam County Executive MaryEllen Odell declined to comment on the lawsuit per se, but offered the following.
The lawsuit, according to a Journal News article, comes after Putnam County denied two Freedom of Information Law, or FOIL, requests and a subsequent appeal. One such FOIL request, according to the paper, came after a 120-day moratorium for opting out expired May 15. Putnam County Clerk Dennis Sant, who declined to comment on pending litigation he had not seen, says the opt-out period is ongoing.
Journal News Media Group President and Publisher Janet Hasson, in an e-mailed statement to WAMC, says, quote, “ We have made multiple requests to Putnam County to provide us the public data and Putnam County has repeatedly refused to make available the database of handgun permit holders in violation of the requirements of New York’s new gun law.  Consequently, The Journal News has filed suit asking a court to order Putnam County to live up to its obligations under the law.”
Robert Freeman is executive director of the Department of State’s Committee on Open Government. He emphasizes that the opt-out provision that came into play earlier this year was not on the books in December –and gave licensees ability to make choices.
Journal News Media Group President Hasson says that in the complaint, The Journal News makes it clear that it does not intend to publish a list of permit holders. The Committee on Open Government’s Freeman says once records are disclosed, that person or entity can do with the records what he or it sees fit.
(Publication Sues Putnam…. Cont.)
Again, here’s County Executive Odell.
She says she feels especially strong about protecting her residents’ safety given the following.
But Hasson says the data is essential for journalists to do their jobs, for example, to investigate whether guns involved in crimes are legally or illegally owned.
County Clerk Sant says some 12 to 15 percent of Putnam’s pistol permit holders have opted out, amounting to roughly 2,000 residents.
Tags:  The Journal News, Putnam County Executive MaryEllen Odell, Putnam County Clerk Dennis Sant
SAFE Act, pistol, gun map, pistol permit holders

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County Clerk
Putnam County Office Building
40 Gleneida Avenue, Room 100
Carmel, New York 10512
 PHONE: (845) 808-1142

MaryEllen Odell
Putnam County Executive
Putnam County Office Building
40 Gleneida Avenue, 3rd Floor
Carmel, New York 10512
PHONE: (845) 808-1001
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Assemblyman Kieran Michael Lalor 
For Immediate ReleaseOct. 30, 2013
Contact: Chris Covucci - (845) 309-2654
How Did a Cupcake Shop Become an Obamacare Navigator?
Fishkill, NY – (10/30/13) – New York State Assemblyman Kieran Micahel Lalor (R,C,I) is asking the state Health Department to explain how a cupcake store, car repair shop, nail spa, and car service ended up on New York’s official list of Obamacare navigators.
“From the beginning there has been concern about how tax dollars would be spent in the Obamacare navigator program,” said Lalor. “When a cupcake store and an auto repair shop make the list, it raises suspicion. These aren’t businesses that would be well-suited for this job. They aren’t businesses that customers would naturally connect with healthcare enrollment. What’s going on here?”

Two news stories, found here and here, have reported that the list of navigators on
New York ’s health exchange website is littered with businesses who don’t even know they are part of the program. The list includes businesses that seem very out of place, ranging from Sa Sa Cosmetic and Skincare Spa to Style Management taxi garage to Brooklyn Cupcake, Inc., among others. At each business employees or owners were unaware that they were part of the navigator program. The Health Department spokesman explained that local businesses were selected to be part of the program. The spokesman claims some employees may not have been informed about the navigator program. Lalor’s office has contacted the Health Department requesting a full explanation.
Lalor responded, “Why would
New York choose a taxi garage or a cupcake shop to serve as a navigator location? It doesn’t make much sense. There has always been concern that this program would be abused. I’m worried we’re seeing that in New York and I’ve asked for a full explanation from the Health Department.”
“The problems with Obamacare seem to be endless. Now it looks like taxpayers are losing out again. I don’t think the Health Department will be able to explain away why a cupcake shop would be chosen to serve as a navigator location. It doesn’t make any sense,” Lalor concluded.
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Assemblyman Kieran Michael Lalor, a former teacher at Our Lady of Lourdes in Poughkeepsie, is a Marine Corps veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom and founder of the Dutchess County based consulting firm KML Strategies, LLC.  Lalor is the founder of Afghanistan & Iraq Veterans for Congress and a frequent guest on the Fox News Channel. He is a graduate of John Jay High School, Providence College and Pace Law School and lives in Fishkill with his wife Mary Jo and their four young children Katie, Riley, Mikey and Kieran Jr..

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Contact:Bill O'Reilly, 212-396-9117 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
 

ASTORINO WINS HISTORIC ENDORSEMENT FROM
"AMERICA'S GREAT COMMUNITY STATION, 
NEW ROCHELLE'S WVOX
 
"Rob Astorino, I've never done this before.  
I've been at this microphone for 50 years.... " -- William O'Shaughnessy
 
New Rochelle--Oct. 28...For the first time in 50 years, New Rochelle's WVOX radio is making an endorsement -- for Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino.
 
The historic endorsement was made during a radio interview between County Executive Astorino and William O'Shaughnessy, President & CEO of Whitney Radio, the parent company of WVOX. Mr. O'Shaughnessy, a former president of the New York State Broadcasters Association, was chairman of Public Affairs for the National Association of Broadcasters in Washington.  He has been a point man and advocate for the broadcasters of America on First Amendment and Free Speech issues, and is presently chairman of the Guardian Fund of the Broadcasters Foundation of America.  He operates two of the last independent stations in the New York area: WVOX and WVIP.
 
"Rob Astorino, I've never done this before," Mr. O'Shaughnessy said.  "I've been at this microphone for 50 years. You haven't got all the endorsements you're going to get. This radio station has been involved in politics and poker for 50 years.  And I am pleased to announce at this moment that Noam Bramson's hometown station is going to endorse Rob Astorino."
 
"I've been listening to WVOX all my life, so it's a special honor to receive this historic endorsement," County Executive Astorino said. "I know WVOX doesn't endorse candidates, so I was almost speechless when Bill O'Shaughnessy said the words. I am enormously grateful to Bill and to everyone at WVOX for this wonderful surprise and for delivering to the people of Westchester, day in and day out, some of the best community news discussions in America."
 
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Contact:  Bill O'Reilly, 212-396-9117 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
 
Bramson Healthcare Bonanza Under Fire
 
90% OF WESTCHESTER DAILY VOICE READERS OBJECT TO
NOAM BRAMSON TAKING HEALTHCARE FOR LIFE AFTER
JUST FIVE YEARS AS A PART-TIME OFFICIAL
 
Westchester--October 29...Nine in 10 voters (90%) taking an online survey as of 10:00 a.m. Tuesday on The Daily Voice's 30 Westchester news sites agree that part-time New Rochelle mayor Noam Bramson should be criticized for taking healthcare benefits for life after just five years as a part-time official.
 
The informal survey, sponsored by Friends of Rob Astorino, has been on The Daily Voice sites since Monday morning and will remain there throughout the week. Those wishing to vote or check ongoing results can visit the Noam-Bramson-healthcare-for-life survey here. The site allows one vote per computer user.
 
"While New Rochelle taxpayers were being hammered with property tax hikes and cops and firefighters were being cut from New Rochelle's budget, Noam Bramson was giving himself a 40% pay raise -- to $89,000 for part-time work -- and accepting healthcare benefits for life after just five years as a part-time official," said Friends of Astorino spokeswoman Jessica Proud. "Westchester voters clearly think this is wrong and Mr. Bramson needs to own up to whether he really thinks part-time officials, such as himself, should get healthcare for life, courtesy of the taxpayers, after just five years."
 
One of the first things County Executive Astorino did upon entering office was require that he and his staff begin contributing to their health care, and county employees from seven of Westchester's eight unions are now doing the same. Mr. Astorino's healthcare benefits expire when he leaves office.
 

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Contact:  Bill O'Reilly, 212-396-9117 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
 
 
NOAM BRAMSON CAMPAIGN WORKERS CAUGHT ON VIDEO SYSTEMATICALLY DESTROYING 
ASTORINO SIGNAGE
 
Bramson Needs to Identify Workers, 
Explain Tactics: Astorino Campaign  
 
Westchester--Oct. 30...Campaign workers for part-time New Rochelle mayor and Westchester county executive candidate Noam Bramson were caught on video Monday night at the Fleetwood train station systematically destroying campaign signs of Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino and replacing them with signs for Mr. Bramson, according to video evidence provided last night to the Astorino campaign by a concerned citizen. The men were using a livery van to commit the theft and vandalism, which is a clear violation of New York State Law.
 
That video can be viewed here.
 
"Noam Bramson needs to explain to the people of Westchester why his workers are systematically destroying the campaign property of County Executive Rob Astorino," said Friends of Astorino spokeswoman Jessica Proud. "This was not a one-off effort; this is clearly an organized and systematized operation employing work vehicles and Bramson workers. We demand that Mr. Bramson immediately identify those engaged in this crime and explain to the people of Westchester why his campaign is sanctioning this type of operation."

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On Tuesday, October 29, 2013 12:01 PM, NRCC Communications wrote:

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October 29, 2013
Contact: Press Office
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Fix the Glitch: Fire Sean Patrick Maloney
 
The Web Site is Bad, But the Real ‘Glitch’ is ObamaCare Supporter Sean Patrick Maloney
 
WASHINGTON – While the implementation of ObamaCare has been a “train wreck” for most of the year, it wasn’t until the law’s site was overrun with technical glitches that Americans saw what a fiasco it really was. 
 
As Secretary of Health and Human Services Kathleen Sebelius travels to Capitol Hill tomorrow to make excuses for the failures, it’s clear there’s really only one way to fix the “glitches” once and for all. If we want to stop ObamaCare, we must start with firing Sean Patrick Maloney. Maloney supports the law that raised premiums, cut Medicare, and put bureaucrats between patients and their doctors.
 
“The web site is bad, but the real ‘glitch’ in ObamaCare is Sean Patrick Maloney,” said NRCC Communications Director Andrea Bozek. “Maloney voted to keep ObamaCare on the books. If New York families want to stop this madness, they can start with firing Sean Patrick Maloney.”
 
Sean Patrick Maloney Voted Against Repealing ObamaCare. (H.R. 45, Roll Call Vote #154, 229-195, 5/16/13)
 
Health And Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius Admitted That ObamaCare Will Raise Health Insurance Premiums. “Some people purchasing new insurance policies for themselves this fall could see premiums rise because of requirements in the health-care law, Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius told reporters Tuesday.” (Louise Radnofsky, “Sebelius: Some Could See Insurance Premiums Rise,” The Wall Street Journal, 3/26/13)
 
ObamaCare’s Exchange Website Has Been Plagued By Repeated “Crashes” and “Slow Response Times.” “The website has been mired in problems since going live Oct. 1, including crashes, slow response times and failing to allow customers to complete the online process by purchasing health insurance.” (“Administration responding to pressure for answers on messy ObamaCare site,” FOX News, 10/21/13)
 
The Site Has Cost Triple The Original Estimate. “The government contract for the company that built the glitch-prone website for Obamacare has ballooned to three times its original cost, and some Republicans are demanding the resignation of the cabinet secretary who oversees it.”  (Tom Costello and Erin McClam, “Obamacare Glitches: Gov't Contract For Troubled Site Has Swelled; GOP Targets Sebelius,” NBC News, 10/18/13)
 
 
 
 
 
 
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For Immediate Release
October 29, 2013
Contact: Press Office
(202) 479-7070
 
White House Knew Millions Would Lose Coverage Under ObamaCare: When Did Sean Patrick Maloney Know?
It’s Time For Maloney to End His Silence
 
WASHINGTON – After President Obama repeatedly and confidently assured Americans that “if you like your health care plan, you can keep it,” it turns out that what he really meant was quite the opposite. After reports of millions of Americans losing their current health insurance thanks to ObamaCare, the Administration finally admitted yesterday that they’ve known all along that individuals would be dropped from their plans.
 
New York families deserve to know: When did Sean Patrick Maloney know this, and how long has he kept quiet?
 
“It’s downright unacceptable that the Administration kept this crucial information out of the American people’s hands, and Sean Patrick Maloney owes the hardworking families of his District an explanation as to why he’s kept silent,” said NRCC Communications Director Andrea Bozek. “Millions of Americans are struggling with ObamaCare’s higher costs and dropped coverage, and it’s time for Maloney to admit what he and the Administration have known all along: that ObamaCare is indeed, a train wreck.”
 
 
The Obama Administration Has Known That Americans Would Lose Their Health Care Coverage Under ObamaCare for the Past Three Years. (“Obama administration knew millions could not keep their health insurance.” By Lisa Myers and Hannah Rappleye, NBC News. 10/29/13)
 
More Than 2 Million People Will Lose Their Current Healthcare Plan Due to ObamaCare. (“Obamacare: More than 2 million people getting booted from existing health insurance plans,” CBS News. 10/29/13)
 
Sean Patrick Maloney Voted Against Repealing ObamaCare. (H.R. 45, Roll Call Vote # 154, 5/16/13)
 
President Obama Promised the American People That “If You Like Your Doctor, You Will Be Able to Keep Your Doctor. Period. If You Like Your Health Care Plan, You Will Be Able to Keep Your Health Care Plan. Period. No One Will Take it Away.” (“Obama: ‘If You Like Your Doctor, You Can Keep Your Doctor.’ By Mary Lu Carnevale, The Wall Street Journal, 6/15/09)
 
 
 
 
 
 
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October 28, 2013

Cox to Moreland: Investigate Duffy

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: David Laska
dlaska@nygop.org
518.462.2601
ALBANY, NY... NYGOP Chair Ed Cox today called on the Moreland Act Commission to investigate a possible violation of state ethics laws by Lieutenant Governor Bob Duffy.
 
The sitting Lieutenant Governor recently interviewed for a position at the Rochester Business Alliance, a private sector enterprise.  State ethics laws require government officials to disclose to their supervisor any application for a job with a private sector enterprise or any attempt on the part of a private sector enterprise to recruit that official.
 
"New Yorkers have a right to know how their public officials are interacting with the special interests," said Cox.  "If Lieutenant Gov. Duffy indeed failed to disclose the nature of his relationship with the Rochester Business Alliance to Gov. Cuomo, that would represent a major violation of state ethics laws.
 
"The only way to determine whether or not the State's second ranking public official committed an ethics violation is for the Moreland Commission to conduct a thorough investigation. I urge them to do so immediately.
 
"The sole legal mandate of a Moreland Commission is to investigate the executive branch of government.  If this already compromised Moreland Commission on Corruption is not willing to investigate the second highest elected official in the executive branch for what appears to be a clear violations of the ethics laws, they should pack up and go home."

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: October 28, 2013

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

 

Westchester Legislators Secure Funds for Important Repairs at Ossining Water Treatment Plant

 

Borgia’s Oversight of Committee Results in Over $200 Million of Capital Projects in 2012-2013

 

White Plains, NY – The Westchester County Board of Legislators (BOL) approved tonight a bond act and a bond act amendment to fund the cost of construction in connection with the replacement of overhead electrical cables with underground service at the Ossining Wastewater Treatment Plant.

 

The project involves the replacement of the County’s portion of the primary cables that provide the main electric power supply to the treatment plant. The two existing cables will be replaced with two new 13.2 kV primary feeders that will be installed in conduits underground up to the plant. The project includes approximately 2,200 feet of concrete duct bank and associated manholes to be installed along existing roadways. Casing and piping will used under the railroad tracks and a metal cable bridge will be constructed between bridges over the tracks and a roadway to carry the lines over Sing Sing Creek.

 

The construction bond was for $2.7 million, and the bond amendment reduced design costs from $500,000 to $100,000.

 

“Making timely investments in our infrastructure repairs ensures the safety of our residents and business owners while helping us avoid situations and accidents that result in more costly repairs down the road,” said Legislator Catherine Borgia (D-Ossining), chair of the BOL Government Operations Committee. “My colleagues on the Board of Legislators understand the importance of this responsibility, and I’m grateful for their support on a project that impacts the residents of Ossining.”

 

The vote, which was unanimous, occurred at the BOL’s regular meeting. Borgia, who spearheaded the legislation, noted that the aerial cables that are to be replaced have been in service for over thirty years; one of them has faulted, and the other was found to have water in its insulation. Placement of the cables underground will offer greater protection of these electric service lines.

 

“Replacement of these cables is necessary to maintain reliable electrical service to the treatment plant,” said Borgia. “I’m confident the work will begin soon.”

 

The BOL have passed the $220 million mark for the 2012-2013 legislative term in approved bonds for capital projects, more than double of the $101,546,000 for the bond acts approved by the BOL during the 2010-2011 term. The vetting process for legislative approval for nearly all of these approved capital projects began with the Government Operations Committee.

 
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: October 28, 2013

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

 

Westchester Legislators Set to Approve Funds Toward Local Energy Efficiency Projects

 

White Plains, NY – The Westchester County Board of Legislators (BOL) is set to approve an Act at its regular meeting tonight that will authorize the County to reserve fifty percent of the County’s allocation of $7,880,242 in Qualified Energy Conservation Bonds (QECBs) for use by local municipalities that have designated the Energy Improvement Corporation (EIC) as their instrumentality for the purpose of financing the acquisition, construction and installation of renewable energy systems and energy efficiency improvements.

     When passed and signed into law, the new Act would allow eligible municipalities to submit spending proposals that would use the QECBs to implement “Green Community Program” projects for commercially owned properties. Proposed projects are to be prioritized as follows: 1) affordable housing, 2) projects for not-for-profit corporations, and, if any of the reserved QECBs remain, 3) for entities that are for profit.

     All the projects have to be approved by New York State Energy and Research Development Authority (NYSERDA). In order to qualify, a municipality has to join EIC and the municipality has to ask the County for a sub-allocation. EIC would collect the projects and bring the package to the County.

     “This is a classic example of how federal, state and local governments partner with each other to solve problems and foster smart solutions,” said BOL Majority Leader Pete Harckham (D-North Salem). “Local municipalities around Westchester are still recovering from the economic downturn and major superstorms, so new energy-saving projects may be too costly for some budgets. Funding from Qualified Energy Conservation Bonds will help jumpstart these projects.”

     The new legislation would finance QECB eligible projects like retrofitting windows, boilers, lighting, occupancy sensors, air conditioning, heating and ventilation as a means of reducing energy consumption by 20% in buildings and new constructions.

     “As public officials, business owners and residents become more interested in viable energy conservation projects, the more we should do on a local level to facilitate projects and move them forward,” added Harckham, the chief sponsor of the legislation. “Not only will municipalities and not-for-profit organizations see substantial savings, but we’ll be creating good jobs as well.”

     Other QECB eligible projects include energy reduction measures for mass transit demonstrations of energy-related technologies, energy efficiency education campaigns and “Green Community” program grants.

     While the County can sub-allocate its QECBs allocation to a lower level of government, such as other municipalities in the County, Yonkers is not included, as it has its own allocation. Westchester’s QECB allocation originated with the Federal American Recovery and Reinvestment Act (ARRA) Program, which was sent to New York State for distribution.

     “The legislation we’ll pass today will mean exciting opportunities for our municipalities to identify green energy projects worthy of this special investment,” said Legislator Catherine Borgia (D-Ossining). “Protecting our environmental and financial resources down the road in this regard will help us strengthen our communities and ready them for the challenges ahead.”

 
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CHUMER TO FIGHT FOR END OF PROHIBITION-ERA RESTRICTION ON SHIPPING BEER, WINE, & SPIRITS VIA U.S. POSTAL SERVICE – PLAN WOULD ADD ESTIMATED $225 MILLION IN NEW ANNUAL REVENUE FOR STRUGGLING USPS & PROVIDE ECONOMIC BOOST FOR UPSTATE NY BEVERAGE BUSINESSES
Reversing Policy Would Provide Flat-Rate Shipping Option Across the Country, Boost Distribution of Upstate NY’s Fast-Growing Craft Beer-, Wine- & Spirits-Industry & Create Competition to Lower Shipping Prices – Also Would Bring Approx. $225 Million in Annual Revenue to USPS, Which Supports 12,090 USPS Jobs in Upstate NY
Schumer Will Announce Support for Ending 100 Year-Old Restrictions on Mailing Alcohol Via USPS, & Vow to Advocate for Provision in Any Upcoming Postal Reform Bill – Private Shipping Companies like Fedex and UPS Currently Have a Monopoly on Shipping These Beverages

Schumer: Congress Should Level the Playing Field & Give USPS Stamp of Approval to Ship Wine, Beer & Spirits
TODAY, Wednesday October 30th at 12:30PM on a press conference call, U.S. Senator Charles E. Schumer will launch his plan to end the prohibition-era law that prevents the United States Postal Service (USPS) from delivering beer, wine and spirits to consumers. This ban prevents the struggling agency from earning hundreds of millions of dollars in potential revenue and limits growth opportunities for local craft brewers and wine producers.  Schumer will fight to undo the out-of-date restriction currently imposed on USPS via postal reform legislation expected to be considered in the coming months. Schumer will argue that the provision is a win-win-win for USPS, the fast-growing Upstate wine-, craft beer-, and spirits-industry, and for consumers far and wide. Schumer will explain that many Upstate wineries, breweries and distilleries would benefit from the service, because it will provide a flat-rate shipping option to send their products across New York and the country, either from those customers that visit their site or that want to order their product online. Whether these beverage producers already ship their products using FedEx or UPS, or would be shipping their product for the first time, USPS’s ability to do this flat-rate shipping would add new options for businesses and create pricing competition for shipping. Schumer will say that the estimated $225 million in increased annual revenue for USPS would be massively beneficial to the agency and the 12,090 USPS jobs in Upstate New York which depend on the agency’s viability.

On the call, joined by the President of the New York Wine & Grape Foundation Jim Trezise, Schumer will break down regional data on the number of postal employees and the breweries and wineries who stand to benefit from this provision.

DATE:       TODAY, Wednesday October 30th
 
TIME:        12:30 PM
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