Monday, February 24, 2014

Bazzomanifesto Update 02/24/14: 10 Topics In Today's blog

THIS BLOGS TOPICS:

1)  The Yorktown Watchdog Report on YouTube


2) SENATOR BALL TO HOST CARMEL EMERGENCY RESPONSE ROUNDTABLE WITH NYS HOMELAND SECURITY COMMISSIONER HAUER 02/25/14

3)  NATIONALLY RECOGNIZED EDUCATION EXPERT TO SPEAK AT SENATOR BALL'S COMMON CORE FORUM 02/24/14

4)  Will Sean Patrick Maloney Vote to Stop IRS Targeting?

5)  New ROI column from Frank J. Rich: Shoppers Never Stop Shopping

6)  Public Meeting Agendas]Yorktown Zoning Board of Appeals Agenda - February 27, 2014

7)  Ossining Town Board Meeting - February 25th, 2014

8)  Knead to Relax? Give Yourself a Little Face Time

9) SET SAIL to HAVANA 1940 with the YMCA 3/1

10)  Oscar & Mae at the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel 2/26

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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:

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

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.

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The Yorktown Watchdog Report on YouTube

Please if you have time watch my Watchdog Report shows do so there is good information that you should know on those shows.

I signed up at BJ'S, now so can you. If any one needs the BJ'S registration form for the saving just call me and I will email the form to you.245-1018

We need a good showing at the Yorktown school Board meeting on Monday Feb. 24th at 7:00PM and the Middle school. Two issues full day kindergarten and Veterans school tax reductions.

Ed

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AmvAFDNyutg&feature=youtu.be
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Joe Bachmeier, (845) 531-9796
 
***MEDIA ADVISORY***
***Tuesday, February 25th at 2:00 PM***
SENATOR BALL TO HOST CARMEL EMERGENCY RESPONSE ROUNDTABLE WITH NYS HOMELAND SECURITY COMMISSIONER HAUER
 
Brewster, N.Y. – 02/24/2014 – Senator Greg Ball (R, C, I – Patterson), Chairman of the New York State Senate Committee on Veterans, Homeland Security and Military Affairs, will host a Homeland Security and Emergency Response Roundtable with Jerome Hauer, Commissioner of the New York State Division of Homeland Security & Emergency Services on Tuesday, February 25, 2014 at 2:00 PM, at the Paladin Center Tactical Training Facility, located at 39 Seminary Hill Rd, Carmel, NY.
 
The roundtable will provide a forum for each county and local municipality to share feedback concerning the training and development needs of local police, fire departments, EMS and other related emergency services to discuss current emergency preparedness plans.
“Our first responders are the backbone of each municipality across the district, and we need to do everything in our power to make sure that they have the training, funding and support they need to keep New York safe,” said Senator Ball. “This roundtable will serve as an opportunity for each of the leaders in this community to come forward and tell us what they need to remain prepared in the case of an emergency.”
 
Senator Ball will be co-hosting this event with Putnam County Sheriff Donald Smith, Chairman Alonzo West (Senate Law Enforcement Advisory Council), and Chairman Hugh Fox (Senate Fire & Public Safety Advisory Council).
 
In January of 2012 Senator Greg Ball first introduced Commissioner Hauer at the Paladin Center to provide local municipality leaders an opportunity to meet Hauer and voice concerns and emergency preparedness plans. This roundtable will serve as a follow up meeting for legislative ideas or feedback concerning the training and development of police, fire, EMS and other related emergency services.
 
What: Homeland Security and Emergency Response Roundtable
When: Tuesday, February 25th at 2:00 PM
Where: Paladin Center Tactical Training Facility: 39 Seminary Hill Rd, Carmel, NY.
 
For more information, please contact jbachmei@nysenate.gov or (845) 531-9796
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Communications Director
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
 
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***Monday, February 24th at 6:00 PM***
MONDAY: NATIONALLY RECOGNIZED EDUCATION EXPERT TO SPEAK AT SENATOR BALL’S COMMON CORE FORUM 
 
Brewster, N.Y. – 02/21/2014 – Our Lady of Lourdes High School will host a Common Core Forum in conjunction with Senator Greg Ball (R, C, I – Patterson) on Monday, February 24, 2014 at 6:00 PM. Parents, students, educators and concerned residents are all invited to attend. Dr. Peg Luksik, a nationally recognized education expert, will give a special Common Core presentation.
 
On January 16th Senator Greg Ball hosted a Common Core Community Forum at the Carmel Town Hall. Over two hundred parents, students and educators attended the forum to voice their concerns over the new standards. Senator Ball is also hosting a student-based workshop to hear more from those that Common Core directly affects, the children at Lakeland Copper Beech Middle School.
 
Senator Greg Ball currently has a bill that calls for an immediate 3-year moratorium on the controversial new standards until the issues can be resolved as well as a bill that would convene an independent commission charged with studying the implications of changing standards and determining the best method of improving public school education. In addition to the legislation, Senator Ball has also launched a petition to stop Common Core in NYS on his Senate website that now has over 6,900 signatures.
 
 
“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.”
 
Peg Luksik, Chairman of Founded on Truth, will give a special presentation on Common Core at the community forum. Luksik is a nationally recognized education expert that has been an educator for over 35 years and was a Gubernatorial candidate in Pennsylvania in both 1990 and 1994.
“We are told that Common Core focuses on the floor of educational achievement. But education should always be about the ceiling - challenging America's children to reach up to find their potential,” said Peg Luksik. “When we focus our schools on the floor, too many of our children will never get out of the basement.”
 
The public and those in the education community are invited to attend. Attendees will be given a chance to speak, but will be asked to limit their remarks to three minutes.
 
 What: Common Core Forum
When: Monday, February 24, 2014 at 6:00 PM.
Where: Our Lady of Lourdes High School: 131 Boardman Rd. Poughkeepsie, NY
 
For more information, please contact jbachmei@nysenate.gov or (845) 531-9796
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Josef Bachmeier
Communications Director
NYS Senator Greg Ball
Media: (845) 531 9796 
Personal: (914) 406 5114
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For Immediate Release
February 24, 2014
Contact: Press Office
 
Will Sean Patrick Maloney Vote to Stop IRS Targeting?
Or Is He Part of The Problem?
 
WASHINGTON  The Obama Administration’s outrageous abuse and executive overreach has prompted House leaders to declare this week, “Stop Government Abuse Week.” The House is expected to consider a series of measures, including a bill titled “Stop Targeting of Political Beliefs by the IRS Act of 2014.” The bill would prohibit the Administration from changing the rules used to grant tax-exempt status to organizations to fit their own political agenda.
 
This begs the question, how will Sean Patrick Maloney vote? Will he finally put the needs of New York’s families above his allegiance to Nancy Pelosi and her friends and vote to support these common sense measures?
 
“Sean Patrick Maloney has facilitated waste and abuse in Washington,” said NRCC Communications Director Andrea Bozek. “Instead of aligning with party bosses, he ought to prioritize the needs of his constituents in New York who deserve protection from abusive federal agencies like the IRS that trample on their rights. Maloney has proven that he is part of the problem.”
 
House Will Vote On Bill To Stop IRS Targeting Based On Political Beliefs (The Hill, 2/20/14)

 

 

 

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R.O.I. By Frank J. Rich
Shoppers Never Stop Shopping
 
Consumers are a vital part of every economy. Consumption gives life to commerce as none other can. The force of it at the retail level (USA) accounted for $4.7 trillion in 2013 of a $17 trillion economy (GDP). That amounts to roughly 25 percent of the world's GDP. And, 71 percent of the US economy is given over to consumer spending on durable and non-durable goods, and services. A shopper is more than the stereotypical character depicted in the movie Shopaholic. S/he is in search of the things they need, some they want, and many that have formed a habit in them, such as vitamin supplements. On the obverse side of this coin is the supplier of goods and services: the retailers, manufacturers, and service providers that satisfy the hungry giant called consumption.
 
The US is the largest manufacturer of goods in the world, a fifth of the global manufacturing output. Healthy consumption is necessary to fuel this economic strength, and the retailer plays a significant role, especially the more than 27 million Main Street businesses across the land.
So, there we have it: the consumer and the retailer, perhaps the most critical union in commerce, and made even greater by the fact that most of our income is spent locally. Today the consumer has more choices than ever before. To remain vital to the equation that brings the two together, retailers must be ever vigilant in their approach and creativity--this in the face of a decline in spending, flat household income, and lower store visit frequency.
 
The view is simple: if you don't go to the store, you won't spend money. Competing now requires more of Main Street businesses than ever before. The good news is that there are more tools available to get the job done.
 
A new study by Nielsen -- Continuous Innovation, the Key to Retail Success -- suggests retailers must evolve to compete and keep consumers engaged: "Today, brick-and-mortar stores need to innovate continually to capture their shoppers' attention, as e-commerce attracts a growing number of users. Philip Clarke, Tesco CEO, says 'For retailers, it's no longer going to be sufficient to innovate... to meet an existing customer trend... successful retailers will NOT be those who... follow the customer like some obedient puppy... (but) be one step ahead, offering people new ways to make their lives... a bit better."
 
The net: shoppers are continually focused on value, so retailers need to stand out to compete for consumers' limited resources. And this requires a "Retail Renaissance" that addresses 5 key "shopper-need" categories--convenience, choice or assortment, shopability, price-value, and brand equity. Sound a little like "major brand" speak? It is, but without a good sense of this "shopper intelligence" most local businesses will become marginalized and fail. Don't despair! This is the age of information and its tools are effective consumer drivers, available to every business, and affordable.
 
Recreating oneself and one's approach to the market is key to retailer growth. Price wars drive all competitors under ground. Examples from the Nielsen study are revealing in their simplicity and good sense:
 
Convenience may be the quickest way to a shopper's wallet and his heart. We are overwhelmed, most of us, with the administration of our daily walk. Given our least-resistance orientation we are quick to yield to products, services, and the customer service that makes life easier to manage. "Click and collect" is one of the inventive ways to offer convenience. It's a simple method of collecting pre-ordered items-ship it or "click-to-purchase" and pick it up at a local store.
 
In the Nielsen survey, shoppers agreed that finding "everything they need in one shop" is among the five most important reasons for where to shop. Optimal assortment or choice is behind it. When determining what to sell, retailers must differentiate on key motivators of the shopper--healthy options, time saver products, and food freshness (a clear advantage of local shops over online).
 
Innovating For Shopability
 
Physical shopping satisfies social and emotional needs, and promotes a relationship with the shop owner. Shopability is helping retailers to sell by helping consumers to buy; it is a key driver of store choice, according to the Nielsen study. Of course! Retailers must be selling what the buyer wants, needs, or is in the habit of buying or they will miss each other in the marketplace. The front of the store is where retailers must offer free samples and a chance to engage with staff.
 
The study advises that retailers should do everything they can to assert their low prices when they can, and their value-for-price when they cannot. Every shopper wants the same thing-the most amount of product for the least amount of money. It's a value proposition. Give it to them and they will return.
 
Brand equity means stretching the brand, often through cause marketing. Local businesses relate better to the customer when they relate well to the community. Gourmet supermarkets like Turco's (in Northern Westchester's Yorktown) and the DeCicco's chain are models of needs fulfillment. Everything for the family kitchen and backyard cooking is pre-made and available for your own culinary styling.
 
Fundraising for local charities and issues-based offerings (organic foods, exercise opportunities, etc) are magnets for shoppers' hearts, advises the Nielsen report. In-store shopping is coming back, and for good reason. Shoppers are people and they are local. They need each other and favor their own communities for growth and opportunity. To be continued next column...
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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************************************************************************************************On Friday, February 21, 2014 2:06 PM, Town of Yorktown New York wrote:

Zoning Board of Appeals Agenda - February 27, 2014

TOWN OF YORKTOWN
ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS
February 27, 2014 at 6:30 p.m.
Yorktown Town Hall Board Room
363 Underhill Avenue, Yorktown Heights, NY 10598

 
ADDED AGENDA
#4/14
Property Address: 482 Underhill Ave.
Section 48.06, Block 1, Lot 25

The applicant is requesting an interpretation of the town zoning code. The applicant requests the ZBA to review the 12/9/13 memo from the building inspector to the Town Board regarding the special permit application for a convalescent home at 482 Underhill Ave. Specifically that the ZBA interpret the definitions of a convalescent home and nursing home under 300-3, the definition of nursing home in 300-42,permitted uses under 300-21C[1]B[3] and the provisions of 300-28 thru 300-36 on the grounds that a convalescent home is a nursing home under 300-42 and must be reviewed accordingly; along with any and all other relevant provisions of the town code regarding convalescent home, nursing home and special permit use.
#5/14
Property Address: 2999 South Deerfield Ave.
Section 26.8, Block 2, Lot 58

Application for a special use permit for an accessory apartment. The property is located at 2999 South Deerfield Ave., Yorktown, NY A/K/A Section 26.8, Block 2, Lot 58 on the Tax Map of the Town of Yorktown.
#6/14
Property Address: 2959 Sherman Court
Section 25.12, Block 1, Lot 4

Application to renew a special permit for an accessory apartment. The property is located at 2529 Sherman Court, Yorktown, NY, A/K/A Section 25.12, Block 2, lot 1 on the Tax Map of the Town of Yorktown.
ADJOURNED AGENDA
#65/13
Property Address: 300 Richard Place
Section 37.19, Block 1, Lot 2
Section 37.19, Block 1, Lot 91
Section 48.07, Block 1, Lot 9
Section 48.07, Block 1, Lot 57

Application for a special use permit to park garbage trucks and related equipment at site. The applicant also proposes a temporary office trailer on the property. Premises is located in an I-2 zone and is located at 300 Richard Place, Yorktown Heights, NY; a/k/a Section 37.19, Block 1, Lot 2, Section 37.19, Block 1, Lot 91, Section 48.07, Block 1, Lot 9, Section 48.07, Block 1, Lot 57 on the Tax Map of the Town of Yorktown.
#89/13
Property Address: 3333 Crompond Road
Section 36.2, Block 2, Lot 76

Application for a variance to permit a signage area of 1,500 square feet where Article XX Signage Area Table (300.A9) of the Town of Yorktown Zoning Code permits 868.75 square feet. Premises is located at 3333 Crompond Road, Yorktown Heights, NY; a/k/a Section 36.6, Block 2, Lot 76 on the Tax Map of the Town of Yorktown
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a public hearing will be held by the Zoning Board of Appeals of the Town of Yorktown on Thursday, February 27, 2014, at 6:30 P.M. or as soon thereafter as is practicable in the Town Board Room, Town Hall, 363 Underhill Avenue, Yorktown Heights, New York as follows:
#83/13
Property Address: 1681 Summit Street
Section 48.7, Block 2, Lot 19

Application for a renewal of a special use permit of an accessory apartment. Premises is located at 1681 Summit Street, Yorktown Heights, NY a/k/a Section 48.7, Block 2, Lot 19 on the Tax Map of the Town of Yorktown.
#78/13
Property Address: 1821 East Main Street
Section 15.16, Block 1, Lot 32

Application for a variance to place refrigeration equipment with a proposed side yard of 6 feet 9 inches where a minimum of 10 feet is required as per Appendix B of the Town Zoning Code. Premises is in a C-2 zone and is located at 1821 East Main Street, Mohegan Lake, NY; a/k/a Section 15.16, Block 1, Lot 32 on the Tax Map of the Town of Yorktown.
#92/13
Property Address: 1519 Baptist Church Road
Section 47.14, Block 1, Lot 22

Application for a variance for an accessory building with a side yard setback of 12 feet where 30 feet is required per Section 300-21 and Appendix A of the Town of Yorktown Zoning Code. Premises is in an R160 zone and is located at 1519 Baptist Church Road, Yorktown Heights, NY; a/k/a Section 47.17, Block 1, Lot 22 on the Tax Map of the Town of Yorktown.
#1/14
Property Address: 3461 Sagamore Avenue
Section 15.16, Block 2, Lot 12

Application for a renewal of a special use permit of an accessory apartment. The property is located at 3461 Sagamore Avenue, Mohegan Lake, NY a/k/a Section 15.16, Block 2, Lot 12 on the Tax Map of the Town of Yorktown.
#2/14
Property Address: 3738 Old Crompond Road
Section 35.8, Block 1, Lot 41

Application for a variance to allow an existing deck with a side yard setback of 6’3”, where a minimum of 10 feet is required as per Section 300-21 and Appendix A of the Town Zoning Code. Premises is in an R1-20 zone and is located at 3738 Old Crompond Road, Cortlandt Manor, NY; a/k/a Section 35.8, Block 1, Lot 41 on the Tax Map of the Town of Yorktown.
#3/14
Property Address: 379 Crow Hill Road
Section 70.8, Block 1, Lot 12

Application for a variance for the following: to allow an existing A/C on the right side of the house with a front yard setback of 50 feet where a minimum of 75 feet is required and a side yard setback of 4 feet where a minimum of 30 feet is required; an existing A/C on the left side of the house to have a front yard setback of 70 feet where a minimum of 75 feet is required; a new generator with a front yard setback of 71 feet where a minimum of 75 feet is required and a side yard setback of 25 feet where a minimum of 30 feet is required; new lp tanks with a side yard setback of 15 feet where a minimum of 30 feet is required and a combined side yard setback of 19 feet where a minimum of 80 feet is required; and a new underground lp tank with a front yard setback of 40 feet where a minimum of 75 feet is required and a side yard setback of 20 feet where a minimum of 30 feet is required all per Section 300-21 and Appendix A of the Town Zoning Code. Premises is in an R1-60 zone and is located at 379 Crow Hill Road, Mt. Kisco, NY; a/k/a Section 70.8, Block 1, Lot 12 on the Tax Map of the Town of Yorktown.
#3/14
Property Address: 379 Crow Hill Road
Section 70.8, Block 1, Lot 12

Adjourned to April Application for a variance for the following: to allow an existing A/C on the right side of the house with a front yard setback of 50 feet where a minimum of 75 feet is required and a side yard setback of 4 feet where a minimum of 30 feet is required; an existing A/C on the left side of the house to have a front yard setback of 70 feet where a minimum of 75 feet is required; a new generator with a front yard setback of 71 feet where a minimum of 75 feet is required and a side yard setback of 25 feet where a minimum of 30 feet is required; new lp tanks with a side yard setback of 15 feet where a minimum of 30 feet is required and a combined side yard setback of 19 feet where a minimum of 80 feet is required; and a new underground lp tank with a front yard setback of 40 feet where a minimum of 75 feet is required and a side yard setback of 20 feet where a minimum of 30 feet is required all per Section 300-21 and Appendix A of the Town Zoning Code. Premises is in an R1-60 zone and is located at 379 Crow Hill Road, Mt. Kisco, NY; a/k/a Section 70.8, Block 1, Lot 12 on the Tax Map of the Town of Yorktown.

BY ORDER OF THE ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS OF THE TOWN OF YORKTOWN, NEW YORK, GORDON B. FINE, CHAIRMAN.
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On Friday, February 21, 2014 5:57 PM, Town Supervisor Susanne Donnelly wrote:
 

    The Volunteer-Spirited Town

REGULAR MEETING and WORK SESSION

Tuesday, February 25th, 2014, 7:30 pm

Birdsall/Fagan Police Court Facility- 86-88 Spring St.
Ossining, New York, 10562

(Work Session beginning at 7:30PM to be followed by Legislative Session)

 
Work Session Agenda:
  1. Discussion on sale of 507 North State Road/ Bond Repayment Questions- Tom Warren & Wayne Spector
  2. Discussion of Bond Issuance for Town-Wide Revaluation, 3 Phases- Tom Warren
  3. Capital Project Bid Opportunities- NJPA and Empire State Purchasing Group- Tom Warren
  4. Agreement with Briarcliff Little League- Sue Donnelly
 
 
 
2014 Budget Resources
Line Item, Highlights, Facts & Figures
 
CGR Project Website -
Evaluation of Potential Government Structures
Town Board Archive: Publications and Videos from Town Board meetings, including Approved Minutes.
Residents can also contact the Town Board by email
or by phone at 762-6001.
Susanne Donnelly: sdonnelly@townofossining.com
Eric Blaha: blaha@townofossining.com
Geoffrey Harter: harter@townofossining.com
Kim Jeffrey: jeffrey@townofossining.com
Northern Wilcher: wilcher@townofossining.com
Legislative meetings of the Ossining Town Council are held on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of every month at the Birdsall-Fagan Police/Court Facility, 86-88 Spring Street, Ossining. All meetings are open to the public; public comments are welcome at the legislative board meetings.
All Board Meetings are televised LIVE on GO-TV Channel 78. Taped shows are repeated every Thursday at 9 a.m. and 9 p.m. on Channels 78 and 18.
 
Town Board 
Susanne Donnelly
Supervisor 
Eric Blaha
Council Member 
Geoffrey Harter
Council Member 
Kim Jeffrey
Council Member 
Northern Wilcher
Council Member 
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Dear Readers:


This gives me a chance to plug my business ATOM TAXI INC.  

As you are planning your holiday or business or vacation travel? Instead of the headache of trying to find Airport parking, we do Airport Service to The Westchester County Airport(and ALL other airports) 24/7. Just call 1(914)879-6121 and my partner Tommy, will be glad to take you in our Airport Taxi. If this is a business trip we also provide a professional receipt, just tell Tommy at the time of booking. The cost of a one-way trip to LaGuardia Airport the cost is $115.00 including tolls. The cost to JFK and Newark Airports is one hundred-fifty dollars including tolls. Westchester County Airport and Stewart cost $75.00.
We do not take credit cards
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E-MAIL ME WITH YOUR COMMENTS:
Dear Readers: 
 It has come to my attention the difficulty in posting a comment on this blog. If you wish to comment, e-mail me at the link posted below, putting “Manifesto Reader” in the subject matter, and I will “cut and Paste” your comments myself. If you DO NOT wish your comments posted, but just wish to communicate with me, please make your wishes known in the e-mail.
LINKS: atom_taxi@yahoo.com(as this a yahoo address make sure you put an underscore (-) between atom and taxi)
For immediate reply:  atomtaxi@aol.com
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LINKIN (ANTHONY BAZZO):http://www.linkedin.com

 TWITTER (@BAZZOMANIFESTO): http://twitter.com/

 FACEBOOK (THOMAS NEWMAN): http://www.facebook.com/
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SITES TO LINK TO:

BAZZOMANIFESTO 

BAZZOMANIFESTO:http://bazzman.blogspot.com/http://bazzman.blogspot.com/
 
Yorktown News Website: Youryorktown.com

OTHER SITES OF INTEREST:

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

Bazzo 02/24/14


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