Friday, February 14, 2014

Bazzomanifesto Update 02/14/14: 7 Topics In Today's blog

THIS BLOGS TOPICS:

1)  Yorktown Town Board: No progress on fluoridation 02/11/14


2)   STATE LEGISLATORS ADVANCE LEGISLATION TO HALT COMMON CORE

3)  SENATOR GREG BALL HONORS MAHOPAC 2ND GRADER YOUTH AMBASSADOR CONNOR LOOBY

4)  New ROI column from Frank J. Rich: How to Succeed in Business...

5)  18th District GOP Convention

6)  Cox: de Blasio's Telephone Justice Cannot Stand

7) Avon Theatre Red Carpet Oscar Night Party 03/02/14

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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


Here Are The Links To 2014 Shows Available:

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


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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Citizens for an Informed Yorktown




Town Board Work Session
February 11, 2014

Meeting highlights. For summaries of all agenda items, visit ciyinfo.org.

1. Water Department issues
Meter project.  Letters will be sent to the 2,000 customers who received new meters last year informing them that a company will be contacting them to make appointments to replace a defective part.

Fluoridation. No progress has been made installing the new fluoridation equipment at the Catskill water treatment plant.

2. Yorktown Small Business Association
Four board members of the newly formed Yorktown Small Business Association made an informational presentation of their group’s goals and plans.

3. SPARC  (Special Program And Resource Connection)
Representatives of the not-for-profit organization that provides social and recreational activities for children, teens and adults asked the town for financial support.

4. Landmarks Preservation Commission/Historic Survey
Three members of the Landmarks Preservation Commission asked the Board for $3,500 to conduct a historic survey of the Heights area.

5. Convalescent home information meeting
The February 24 meeting will not be televised and  the Town Board will not be participating in the meeting.




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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Joe Bachmeier, (845) 531-9796
 
STATE LEGISLATORS ADVANCE LEGISLATION TO HALT COMMON CORE
 
Albany, N.Y. – 02/12/2014 – Senator Greg Ball (R, C, I – Patterson), Senator Lee M. Zeldin (R-C-I, Shirley), Assemblyman Al Graf (R,C,I –Holbrook) and Assemblyman Ed Ra (R-Franklin Square) introduced comprehensive legislation today to halt Common Core and its associated testing for three years.
In 2010, the State Education Department secured Race to the Top Funding from the U.S. Department of Education.  In exchange for $700 Million in funding, the state education department made various commitments related to educational standards, testing, a teacher evaluation system, and data collection.
As part of this, the Common Core Standards were adopted—without legislative approval—and the implementation of such has been nothing short of a disaster.
The misguided transition to Common Core has resulted in an emphasis on developmentally inappropriate material and poor educational outcomes. Worse, the hasty implementation and lack of communication between NYSED and educators on the ground have created widespread problems for teachers and parents, resulting in poor outcomes for students.
“According to the federal government, Common Core was designed to provide a uniformed standard for students, preparing them for college and careers. Regardless of the good intentions, Common Core has become an Uncommon Disaster,” said Senator Greg Ball. “My office has been inundated with phone calls, emails, letters and faxes from parents, teachers, students and community members that are very concerned with this new program. We must be committed to providing our students with the best possible education available. However, education is not about teaching to the test and it should never become a one size fits all endeavor, sinking to the lowest common denominator.”
Additionally, the Board of Regents just recently adopted several recommendations from the Regents Work Group to adjust the implementation of the new Common Core standards. Among other things, the recommendations included a request for hundreds of millions of additional state dollars to support the creation of a Core Instructional Development Fund. Clearly, the cost of implementing the Common Core curriculum and testing related thereto, has already far exceeded the federal funding that our state received, and is threatening to further strain our limited state education resources.
The bill (S6604) would convene an independent commission, the Blue Ribbon Commission on 21st Century Testing and Curriculum, charged with:
•         studying the implications of changing standards and determining the best method of improving public school education,
•         reviewing the time and resources allocated to preparing for and administering state-wide tests and the impact they have on the quality of instruction for New York students,
•         making recommendations regarding appropriate methods in transitioning to new educational standards based on their findings.
Most importantly, during the review period, set to conclude in the 2016-17 school year, school districts will not be required to implement the Common Core curriculum, nor will they be required to administer any state test based off of those standards. At the end of the review, the Commission will be tasked with taking a vote on whether or not the Common Core Curriculum should be reinstated in the state of New York.
It is important to note, the bill as it is written, will not jeopardize any No Child Left Behind (NCLB) funds. As for the highly contested Race to the Top Funding, if a waiver is granted by the federal government, the bill will not cost New York any of the designated funding. If the waiver is not granted, New York will not lose $700 million dollars as some Common Core supporters have suggested, because, among other reasons, the state has complied with other portions of our Race to the Top obligations. That being said, the sponsors hope that the federal government will do what is right on behalf of the children of New York State.
“Common Core has been a failure,” said Senator Zeldin. “As the father of twin, school-aged children, I understand the need to prepare our kids for success, but not at the expense of a quality education. I don’t want to see my girls lose their love of learning at such a young age. It’s time to halt Common Core for the sake of our education system, our educators and our children. I support higher standards for our students, but the implementation of any appropriate new standards needs to be executed significantly better than what we have seen. Before the state further invests in a program of questionable merit, that is not producing positive results, we need to assess the effectiveness and decide—as a state—which direction is best for our children. Until then, it’s time to halt Common Core.”
Assemblyman Al Graf said: “This bill is a culmination of six months of doing hearings throughout the state. We listened to parents, grandparents, educators, mental health professionals, and many others. This bill should be the road map on how to achieve higher standards, while at the same time considering the diversity of our students. This bill in the words of Dr. Joe Rella, Stops it, Fixes it, and if it cannot be fixed we scrap it. I take great pride with being a co-author of this legislation with Senator Zeldin and Assemblyman Ra.”
Assemblyman Ed Ra said, “This bill will provide relief to NY's students by giving our school districts the flexibility they need and deserve to steer their curriculum locally. The blue ribbon commission it creates will be tasked with evaluating the effect common core is having on all students, and in particular be tasked with evaluating its developmental and age appropriateness, its effect on special education students and english language learners BEFORE making a determination to move forward with its implementation. In short, it stops the testing and rushed implementation and does the due diligence that should have been done before the common core was ever adopted and ensures that New York's teachers, educational experts and parents have a seat at the table in developing new policies for New York's schools.”

Senator Ball has also launched a petition to stop Common Core in NYS on his Senate website that now has over 6,000 signatures. To sign Senator Greg Ball’s Petition to Stop Common Core in NYS visit: http://www.nysenate.gov/webform/petition-stop-common-core-new-york-state. 
 
For more information, please contact jbachmei@nysenate.gov or (845) 531-9796
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NYS Senator Greg Ball
Media: (845) 531 9796 
Personal: (914) 406 5114
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Joe Bachmeier, (845) 531-9796
 
SENATOR GREG BALL HONORS MAHOPAC 2ND GRADER YOUTH AMBASSADOR CONNOR LOOBY
To Be Recognized on Senate & Assembly Floor March 6th
 
Brewster, N.Y. – 02/13/2014 – Senator Greg Ball (R, C, I – Patterson) presented Connor Looby, of Mahopac, with a New York State Senate Proclamation to honor his outstanding advocacy, support, and fundraising efforts for lymphedema awareness.
Connor Looby is a seven-year-old boy that currently attends Austin Road Elementary School in Mahopac. Connor was diagnosed with intestinal lymphangiectasia, a rare lymphatic disease. Connor Looby has worked tirelessly despite significant health issues, including having had multiple hospitalizations, being on a low-fat, restricted diet, receiving daily physical therapy and undergoing weekly infusions.
On National Lymphedema Awareness Day, March 6, 2014, Connor will be officially honored on the New York State Senate and Assembly floor.
“Connor is an incredibly smart and brave boy. His story and motivation is truly inspiring and can serve as an example to all of us. Despite his health conditions, he is extremely active participating in football, soccer, lacrosse, baseball, and basketball,” said Senator Greg Ball. “It was my absolute honor to meet Connor and I am extremely excited to introduce him to all my colleagues in New York State Senate and Assembly on March 6th.”
Connor Looby began his fundraising and awareness efforts at the young age of 6, when he and his family and friends formed a team for the tri-State Tuxedo Spartan Sprint, an obstacle race course in Tuxedo, New York, to raise awareness and funds for lymphatic disease research. Connor Looby continued fundraising after his obstacle race event, raising money for the 2013 Walk for Lymphedema & Lymphatic Diseases.
In September 2013, at the Walk for Lymphedema & Lymphatic Diseases, the Lymphatic Education & Research Network honored Connor Looby with the McKenna Shea Johnson Youth Ambassador Award for his outstanding efforts.
On March 7th, 2014 “Connor’s Spartans” will host a night of entertainment to benefit the Lymphatic Education and Research Network. The night will feature home-style caterers, live music and dancing. Connor will also be honoring his Physicians; Dr. Vicki Iannotti and Dr. Subhadra Siegel. The event will be hosted at the Putnam County Golf Course in Mahopac, tickets are $75 per person. For more information, contact Jennifer Looby at (845) 661- 4898 or jensy1109@verizon.net.
 
 
 
For more information, please contact jbachmei@nysenate.gov or (845) 531-9796
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Media: (845) 531 9796 
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R.O.I. By Frank J. Rich
How to Succeed in Business...
Award-winning 1960s Broadway musical "How to Succeed in Business without Really Trying" may have been a satire, but the words make perfect sense. "Trying" is how to succeed in business. And the effort is more sweat today than in recent history. The current seven-year cycle-the average length of economic cycles in America-finds key verticals still struggling to regain lost customers. Employment, retail and real estate remain weak, while only the auto segment may be in recovery.
 
Consumption is the fulcrum issue, and while investors are driving new highs in equity markets, Wall Street is shedding jobs, and consumer spending is slow as more net disposable income (NDI) goes to savings, 4.9%, according to Bloomberg News. What can small business America do?
 
Simply, all commercial enterprises must identify the need in the moment and address it in need-specific terms, and with a secure customer service practice that maintains a correspondence with customers. This means taking a strategic approach to the customer through marketing automation. More than simply saying "we want more conversions from our emails," we must look at how a marketing solution can impact the entire economic chain.
 
To achieve return on investment (ROI), most successful companies build awareness, generate leads and qualify them, then close. After the sale, companies need to retain customers and resolve customer needs with strong service. The larger impact of marketing communications must address all of these functions.
 
It's an "automation" process that identifies the key performance indicators (KPI) for all segments and consumer motivations, and then addresses them through planned communications to stimulate and effectively cause action. This is "planned" and executable" market creation, and is key to the success of organizations (of all kinds) in an information age. 
 
There is nothing mysterious about the approach; companies have been doing this for millennia. The information and technology necessary to make the process more efficient, 100 times more than by conventional methods -- build lists, call people, make appointments, go see them, build relationships, maintain correspondence -- is at our fingertips. To win, small business must build this system and employ it before competitors take market share from you, using similar tools.
 
Not coincidentally, the tools necessary to this system are already in place. Marketing automation systems are being used by virtually all major brands to reach consumers as though intuition were driving them to the exact mindset of the consumer under a variety of circumstances. Indeed, they are doing just that: using tools readily available to any small business. To win, we need to be better than ever.
 
The How-to
1. Take an outcomes approach. Know where you're going, why, and how to measure success. Target "X" number of customers in the next quarter, with a particular lifestyle, mindset, or need. Set realistic goals, and adjust only 20 percent of the strategy over the period of the goal. Several points in the same direction are no point at all.
 
2. Identify key performance indicators (KPI) in an effort to "get it right" when profiling your buying public. This means looking to media channels. For example, mothers with school age children want the best education for them, which often means finding help outside the school system.
 
Those offering education services might look to social media for conversations specific to them, add need-specific information on their website -- including interactive blogs - and reinforce the dialog with print and electronic mailings with enticing offers to begin a dialogue with customers.
 
Next, grow continuous conversations through as many media channels as possible that drive customers to conversations with your organization about their needs. Always have solutions to these, even if not from you. Finally, make customer service your goal, always eager to help (when help is needed), offering advice and product solutions along the way. A good relationship and a good customer experience are the keys to success.
 
3. Campaigns make the difference. One-off efforts at market awareness and conversion seldom work. A continuous correspondence with customers grows business faster and more securely than an ad in the Wall Street Journal for $50,000. Custom campaigns integrated with your overall brand and sales initiatives are what work best.
 
4. Content is key. Don't sell, be helpful! Customizing your content to specific needs or buying habits is the best way to identify real customers and to serve them uniquely. It is simple things that make a huge difference. Not surprisingly, it has never been different. The requirement remains; only the tools are different today.
 
Consider, for example, that a failure to address single fathers means their spending days out with the kids doing something other than buying your product. Target marketing, automation systems, and out-of-the-box customer service can make your organization and its products a magnet for targeted audiences. "More than the will to win is the courage to begin."
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Frank Rich is founder and CEO of Encore Príst International, an organizational development company that helps individuals and organizations reach their full potential through the practice of effective business fundamentals. You may reach him at fjrich@encoreprist.com, or by phone at 866/858-4EPI. To read all ROIs in their entirety, go to Business tab at Town Link.
 
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Andre Barnett I have spoken with many of you on personally and requested both meetings with your committees and information pertaining to the date of the convention. I am running for the NY’s 18th district congre
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I have spoken with many of you on personally and requested both meetings with your committees and information pertaining to the date of the convention. I am running for the NY’s 18th district congressional seat and would appreciate your response on both of these matters. Please respond to akreutz@andrebarnett4ny18.com with possible dates when I may address your committee and the date of the convention. I would appreciate being copied on the message as well.
 
I look forward to hearing back from  you expeditiously.
 
Appreciation in advance,
Andre Barnett
www.andrebarnett4ny18.com
 
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February 14, 2014
Cox: De Blasio's Telephone Justice Cannot Stand
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: David Laska
dlaska@nygop.org
518.462.2601
NEW YORK CITY... The Wall Street Journal reported earlier this week that Mayor Bill de Blasio made a phone call to police in the middle of the night to have a political ally of his, Orlando Findlayer, released from jail.
 
Findlayter had two outstanding arrest warrants for failing to appear in court.
 
Even Democrats like New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer have called the phone call "problematic."
 
Yesterday, de Blasio doubled down on his double standard, telling reporters that his midnight phone call to police was "appropriate."
 
"By maintaining that what he did was 'appropriate,' Mayor de Blasio affirmed his arrogant, arbitrary use of his power," said NYGOP Chair Ed Cox. "This kind of 'telephone justice' is never appropriate in America. I repeat my call for law enforcement officials to do their job and investigate Mayor de Blasio's blatant abuse of power"
 
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 SITES TO LINK TO:BAZZO’S BLOGS:

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BAZZOMANIFESTO:http://bazzman.blogspot.com/http://bazzman.blogspot.com/

OTHER SITES OF INTEREST:S
BIANCO FOR SUPERVIOR :www.nickforyorktown.com

Filipino Cuisine: www.filipinocuisinemyversion.blogspot.com
http://ellabellahairclippies.blogspot.com
ROB ASTORINO: www.robastorino.com
JOHN G. TESTA: www.johngtesta.com
ON TOPIC W/ JOHN TESTA: www.ontopicwithjt.com
CARS & US: www.doverracing.com
THE WINERY AT ST. GEORGE: http://www.TheWineryAtStGeorge.com
PLAN PUTNAM: planputnam@googlegroups.com/
BRUCE APAR’S NCN BLOG: http://ncnlocal.com/index.php/blogs/bruce-the-blog
NORTH COUNTY NEWS & Views: http://ncnlocal.com/
THE JOURNAL NEWS: http://www.lohud.com/
YORKTOWN WATCHDOG: www.yorktownopengov.org
PADAVANO FINE ARTS: Padovanofineart.com/
PEEKSKILL BID:
www.peekskillbid.com or www.downtownpeekskill.com

Peekskill Democratic City Committee Blog: http://www.peekskilldems.com/blog
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 CABLE SHOWS TO WATCH

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

ALL ABOUT TOWN:

HOSTED BY: JAMES MARTORANO
Yorktown channel 74
Available in 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.
Thursdays 8:00 P.M


FRANK TALK:w/ BRUCE THE BLOG

Thursdays at 10 P.M. channel 74.
Available in 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.
Wednesdays:Channel 15 Wednesday 10 P.M.
Philipstown – Cortlandt – Peekskill – Ossining and BriarCliff., Mt Kisco .
HOSTED BY: BRUCE APAR & FRANK J. RICH


YORKTOWN WATCHDOG:
Wednesdays at 4:30PM , Mondays at 9:30 PM and Saturdays at 9:00
channel 74
Available in 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.
HOSTED BY: ED CIFFON



CARS & amp; US:
Fridays at 10 P.M. channel 74.
Available in 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.
Channel 15 Friday 10 P.M.
Philipstown – Cortlandt – Peekskill – Ossining and BriarCliff., Mt Kisco .

HOSTED BY: DENNIS TATE


SENIOR FORUM:
CHANNEL 74
Thursdays and Fridays at 5:30 PM.
Available in 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
HOSTED BY: NICK DiTOMASSO
 
SPEAK OUT WITH SANDY GALEF:
Yorktown chanel 74 Wednesdays at 7:30PM..Ossining/Peekskill channel 15 Wednesdays at 8PM

Hosted by: Sandra Galef
 
DEAR SANDY:
Yorktown chanel 74 Fridays 7:30PM…Ossining/Peekskill channel 15 Fridays 9PM
Hosted by: Sandra Galef

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