Monday, March 03, 2014

Bazzomanifesto Update 03/03/14: 12 Topics In Today's blog

THIS BLOGS TOPICS:

1)  Letter To The Editor From Marianne: RE: Yorktown Council Vacant Seat


2)  FORMER CEO OF HBO & DOZENS OF VETERANS JOIN SEN. BALL & REP. MALONEY AT "JOBS FOR HEROES ROUNDTABLE"

3)  Westchester Legislator Shimsky Urges Investment in Bus Rapid Transit with New Tappan Zee Bridge

4)  [Public Meeting Agendas] Yorktown Town Board Agenda March 4, 2014

5)  Townhall PM - GOP Fires Back at Harry Reid - February 28, 2014

6)  You're Invited: Chris Day's Campaign Kickoff 03/03/14

7)  Galef Encourages Participation in Health Care Enrollment at Health & Wellness Expo March 8th

8)  Playland Job Fair - Saturday, March 8th

9)  Autism Speaks Mardi Gras Masquerade at Avenue 3/11

10)  GREAT CHEFS 3/7 - Honored Chefs -- Rui Correia, Christian Petroni & Adam Truelove

11)  "Speak Out" with Assemblywoman Sandy Galef Presents N.Y. League of Conservation Voters Agenda for 2014

12)  ICYMI: Top Schneiderman Aide Meddling in Major Case?

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Letter To The Editor From Marianne: RE: Yorktown Council Vacant Seat

Dear Editor,

Gridlock.  Setbacks.  Stagnation.  These will be the words used to define the year 2014 in Yorktown because of political posturing and spiteful revenge.  Due to the vacancy created by the election of our new highway superintendent, Dave Paganelli, the governing body of our town currently holds four members.  Ironically, all four were on the ballot in November as two republicans and two democrats.  Supervisor Grace has put forth an open and transparent process in order to fill the vacant seat by soliciting resumes from all parties, seeking recommendations from all party leaders and asking his colleagues on the board to present names for consideration.  By embracing this process, the members of the town board would add an additional and rather crucial vote to our governing body.  There would also be a special election in November should the voters of Yorktown feel a more qualified individual should hold the seat.  Instead, Councilman Bianco and Councilman Patel have endorsed a stalemate policy refusing to participate in the process set forth by Supervisor Grace.  This is guaranteed to cause unacceptable gridlock on important decisions such as the final approvals of Costco, the redevelopment of the JV Mall and any other decision the band of two are against.  Let us not forget, this past November Yorktown voters made a clear statement in favor of the policies and direction of the Grace Administration.  The inaction by these two council members will threaten much of the progress we have made and diminish the potential success the voters seek.  I encourage all residents of Yorktown to contact Councilman Bianco and Councilman Patel and tell them to end this gridlock, fulfill their responsibilities as elected officials and honor the will of the people they claim to represent by filling the important vacancy on the town board.

Sincerely,
Marianne
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Joe Bachmeier, (845) 531-9796
 
FORMER CEO OF HBO & DOZENS OF VETERANS JOIN SEN. BALL & REP. MALONEY AT “JOBS FOR HEROES ROUNDTABLE”
 
Mahopac, N.Y. – 03/01/2014 – Dozens of veterans attended a “NY Jobs For Heroes Roundtable” on Saturday morning at the Carmel Town Hall. The veterans’ roundtable was hosted by State Senator Greg Ball (R, C, I – Patterson) and US Representative Sean Patrick Maloney (D – Cold Spring).
 
The roundtable was open to all veterans and their specific needs, but also touch upon Senator Greg Ball’s legislation to create a state contract preference for service-connected disabled veteran owned small businesses in New York State. The legislation mirrors the highly successful federal program that is presently established for a three percent contract set aside, and similar legislation has been enacted in over forty other states.
 
This legislation has repeatedly passed in the Senate since its introduction in 2007 but has failed to make it out of the New York State Assembly Committee on Governmental Operations. Governor Cuomo, in his State of the State, endorsed the program and vowed to make it a legislative priority this year.
“Providing this earned opportunity to our heroes is commonsense. New York State is behind the over forty other states that have already enacted this set aside. I am honored to join with Representative Maloney to host a joint roundtable to focus on this NY Jobs For Heroes Program,” said Senator Greg Ball, Chairman of the Senate Veterans, Homeland Security and Military Affairs Committee. “One in seven veterans are self-employed or small business owners. The same attributes that make these people so vital to defending our freedom are the same hard earned intangibles that make them exceptional at running their businesses and creating jobs. We have been trailing the nation on this front for far too long. I urge residents to join our cause by signing the NY Jobs For Heroes petition on my website and joining us at the roundtable. The time to get this done is NOW!”
“After our brave men and women have dedicated their lives in service to our country, more than three million veterans have come home to start small businesses. We must do all that we can to support our heroes, and I commend Senator Ball for working to give our veterans access to billions of dollars in state contracts in order to ensure our highly skilled veterans gain meaningful employment upon their return to civilian life,” said Representative Sean Patrick Maloney, son of a Navy Veteran.
Former Chief Executive Officer of HBO and current Yorktown resident, Bill Nelson, joined the roundtable. Mr. Nelson is a Vietnam combat veteran that actively supports efforts to help our veterans and their families in need through his participation in veteran focused charities.
“I believe it is the obligation of every US State to follow the lead of the Federal Government in providing a contract preference to small businesses owned by our service connected disabled veterans. Forty-four states have done so over the past years. It is time for NY State to join in as well. How is it that NY State, attacked on 9/11, leaves behind its sons and daughters who volunteered for military service because of that very attack,” said Bill Nelson. “The great majority of citizens in New York would like to know the rationale for not supporting this effort which simply mirrors the legislation passed by the Federal Government and almost 90 percent of the US States.”
Joseph Krulder II, a service connected disabled veteran from Drexel Hamilton, LLC, also spoke at the roundtable. Drexel Hamilton is a full-service institutional broker-dealer founded on the principle of offering meaningful employment opportunities to disabled veterans desiring a career in financial services.
“New York’s veterans aren’t looking for a hand-out, they want a fair shot at accessing meaningful career opportunities that allow them to utilize their education, training and skills developed during their service to our nation,” said James Cahill, president of Drexel Hamilton, LLC. “Drexel Hamilton will continue to work with Senator Ball to advocate for veteran-owned businesses in New York State, and we are grateful that Governor Andrew Cuomo is also focused on this important issue. It’s time to give New York’s veterans the opportunities they so greatly deserve.”
“As Chairman of the 40th Senate District Veterans Advisory Council, I take particular pride in the knowledge that Senator Ball is on the forefront, again, for the issues of veterans. Veterans who can start a small business and employ other veterans is a key component in jumpstarting an economy that has been stagnant for far too long,” said Eugene Parrotta. “New York State is losing its entrepreneurs and others who are looking for a friendly economic environment. This bill is not only equitable and fair but also an honorable and much deserved benefit for all veterans.”
 
To sign the “NY Jobs For Heroes Program” petition visit Senator Greg Ball’s website: nysenate.gov/webform/petition-ny-jobs-heroes-program.
 
For more information, please contact jbachmei@nysenate.gov or (845) 531-9796

 

Josef Bachmeier
Communications Director
NYS Senator Greg Ball
Media: (845) 531 9796 
Personal: (914) 406 5114
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: February 28, 2014

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

 

Legislator Shimsky Urges Investment in

Bus Rapid Transit with New Tappan Zee Bridge

 

White Plains, NY – Westchester Legislator MaryJane Shimsky (D-Hastings-on-Hudson) urged today that recommended plans move forward for a bus rapid transit system to accompany the new Tappan Zee Bridge, with expanded routes through Rockland and Westchester counties.

 

“Making an investment in bus rapid transit that will establish new, dedicated passenger routes will help ensure regional economic growth for the future,” said Shimsky, chair of the Westchester County Board of Legislators (BOL) Infrastructure Committee. “It’s a bold, ‘think big’ vision that complements Governor Cuomo’s bridge initiative, and I’m pledging to support the process and efforts to make it become a reality.”

 

Shimsky belongs to the 31-member Mass Transit Task Force formed by the New York State Thruway Authority (NYSTA) and New York State Department of Transportation (NYSDOT) in December 2012 to identify regional transit initiatives to go along with the replacement of the Tappan Zee Bridge.

 

Among the recommendations released by the MTTF in its final report today is for a regional bus rapid transit system that will augment the existing express bus route that runs between Rockland County and Tarrytown and White Plains. The new bus rapid transit system would include more service from Spring Valley and then branch out in Westchester to Yonkers, Valhalla and Port Chester as well as White Plains.

 

The task force report does not specify how much it would cost to actualize all of the recommendations, and Shimsky noted that the financial investment in an expansive bus rapid transit system would be “substantial.”

 

“A long-term solution to meet greater transportation needs for a growing population demands mass transit,” said Shimsky. “We can make smart infrastructure investments that will meet our needs without being extravagant. Plus, the combined bridge replacement and transit undertaking will be the single largest infrastructure project in the Hudson Valley, creating tens of thousands of jobs and remaking our region for the better.”

 

Shimsky was recently appointed to the New York State Association of Counties (NYSAC) Public Works & Transportation Committee.

 

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

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On Friday, February 28, 2014 2:50 PM, Town of Yorktown New York wrote:

Town Board Agenda March 4, 2014

TOWN BOARD AGENDA
TOWN OF YORKTOWN
March 4, 2014
                                                          
PLACE:                                                                                               TIME:
TOWN HALL                                                                                     7:30pm
       
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
 
2.         MOMENT OF SILENCE
 
3.         REPORT TO THE TOWN FROM SUPERVISOR GRACE
             
4          REPORTS FROM TOWN COUNCIL
 
5.         RESOLUTIONS FROM the February 4, 2014 Meeting
 
6.         COURTESY OF THE FLOOR
 
7          RESOLUTIONS
Request from the Supervisor’s Office:
            WHEREAS, by resolution of the Board of Fire Commissioners of the Yorktown Heights Fire District (YHFD”)  dated June 25, 2013, the YHFD has conveyed all right, title and interest in the 2003 Ford Expedition to the Town of Yorktown, 363 Underhill Avenue, Yorktown Heights, New York 10598 subject to the stipulated terms below.

The Town has inspected or has had a full and fair opportunity to inspect and operate the vehicle and, further,
That the apparatus is offered and accepted “as is” and “with all faults, if any”, known and unknown, and that the YHFD disclaims all express warranties and any and all implied warranties of merchantability or fitness for a particular purpose, and further,
That the YHFD is not a U.C.C. dealer in goods of this kind and, further,
That the vehicle is gifted by the YHFD and accepted by the Town on the express condition that it be put to its highest and best purpose in the service of the office of Fire Inspector of the Town to advance and support the duties of that office and, further,
That the Town shall bear all costs, inclusive of liability insurance coverage and the satisfaction of all municipal or state fees, if any, associated with the preparation, transfer, removal and transportation of the vehicle from the property of the YHFD until it is in the sole possession and control of the Town.

            BE IT RESOLVED, that the Town Board authorizes the Supervisor to sign the Certificate of Transfer of Ownership of the 2003 Ford Expedition (Vin # 1FMPU16L03LB7952)

8.         PUBLIC HEARINGS
                      To consider the request made by Tom McCrossan and Mark McGoldrickfor a  
              Special Use Permit to operate a Convalescent Home at 482 Underhill Avenue,
              Heights, NY
   
9.       ADJOURN                                                              

                                                                                                Alice E. Roker
                                                                                                Town Clerk
Town of Yorktown

Date:   February 28, 2014
 
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2014 is shaping up to be a great Republican year: ObamaCare has Democrats on the run and Republicans on the rise.

Already in New York, two Democrats have chosen retirement over facing voters again.  Not Nita Lowey.  She's been in Congress since 1989, and has been a reliable rubber stamp for Nancy Pelosi for years - it's time for new representation in the 17th District.

Join Republican Congressional candidate Chris Day for his campaign kickoff in New City on March 3!

Read more about Chris and his campaign in this great piece from the Rockland County Times, and click the invitation below to RSVP:

  


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On Friday, February 28, 2014 5:40 PM, Sandra Galef wrote:
FromNEWS     

Assemblywoman 95th Assembly District                       

SANDY GALEF
District Office:
  2 Church Street, Ossining, NY 10562

  albany office:

                                                            Room 641,
Legislative Office Building, Albany, NY 12248

  For Immediate Release
Contact:  Sandy Galef
(914) 941-1111


(914) 450-4086 (c)
Assemblywoman Galef Urges Her Constituents to Sign Up for Health Care
Coverage at Health & Wellness Expo on Saturday, March 8th 

Premier Athletic Club Hosts Expo Which Offers Perfect Opportunity

for National "Day of Action" Enrollment Event



(February 28, 2014) Assemblywoman Sandy Galef recently participated in a
phone call with President Obama who was urging state officials nationwide to
help make sure as many people as possible had opportunities in their
communities to sign up for health care coverage before the open enrollment
deadline.  As part of the "Day of Action" efforts on Saturday, March 8th,
Galef has partnered with Hudson River HealthCare to provide Outreach and
Enrollment Specialists at the Health & Wellness Expo taking place on that
day at Premier Athletic Club, 2127 Albany Post Road in Montrose from
11am-4pm.



If you or someone you know needs Health Insurance, don't wait. The deadline
to enroll in Health Insurance through the New York State of Health is March
31st.  HRHCare Community Health will have two Outreach and Enrollment
Specialists, one of whom is bilingual, available to assist you in the
application process at the Expo in Montrose.



Those unable to make the event on Saturday can call 1.800.84.HEALTH or send
an email to gethealthinsurance@hrhcare.org and enrollment specialists can
assist you to: 1. See if you are eligible for LOWER COST coverage based on
your income, 2. Compare coverage options to find what meets your needs, and
3. Enroll.



"I hope my constituents who have not yet taken advantage of the New York
State of Health enrollment options for health insurance will find this event
helpful," said Assemblywoman Galef.  "There are all kinds of options
depending on your circumstances, so I hope this will help everyone get the
coverage they are entitled to under the law. In addition, at the Expo, you
can get a free health screening through the Hudson Valley Hospital Center,
as well as take advantage of exercise classes, activities for kids including
swimming, and even mini massages for a small fee, which will help raise
money for the Hendrick Hudson School District's Food Services program.  It's
sure to be a wonderful event and I encourage everyone to attend. The club
itself is open to the public free of charge from 7am-7pm."



For more information and/or directions please contact the Assemblywoman's
office by e-mail at galefs@assembly.state.ny.us or by phone at 914-941-1111.
Other sources of information about the event are Premier Athletic Club,
739-7755, and Denise Foulkes at 914-391-4999 of HYGEIA Healthcare Solutions,
who is organizing the event with Premier.
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On Monday, March 3, 2014 9:56 AM, Sandra Galef wrote:
For Immediate Release
Contact: Sandy Galef  (914) 941-1111

"Speak Out" with Assemblywoman Sandy Galef Presents

N.Y. League of Conservation Voters Agenda for 2014



(March 3, 2014) Assemblywoman Sandy Galef hosts Dan Hendrick, Vice President
of the NY League of Conservation Voters and Nanette Bourne, the Westchester
Chapter chair of the League on her television program "Speak Out with Sandy
Galef."  They discuss the far reaching agenda the League is proposing to the
state for 2014, breaking it down into manageable bites and discussing how
they hope to get the job done.   



Hendrick explains how intertwined the issues are with sustainability in the
face of climate change acting as the umbrella that unites them all.    The
management of transportation, conservation of resources, sustainable energy,
smart growth, public health, plus many more issues all call for action and
they are all part of making economic growth sustainable.



Bourne brings the priorities to Westchester showing how Yonkers and White
Plains are creating a new kind of suburb where people are choosing to live
in more concentrated communities as an alternative to suburban sprawl.

She also explains the measures the League of Conservation Voters follows to
arrive at its nonpartisan endorsements of candidates.



"The League of Conservation Voters raises issues we all need to understand,"
says Assemblywoman Galef.  "I am grateful for the efforts they make to
educate both public officials and the public at large."


Tune in to cable television on the following days and times to learn more.

"Speak Out with Sandy Galef - New York League of Conservation Voters" airs
as follows:

Cablevision
Airs: Wednesday, 3/5, 3/12, 3/19, ands 3/26
Ossining and Peekskill airs on Channel 15 at 8 p.m.

(Briarcliff, Ossining, Scarborough, Buchanan, Cortlandt, Croton, Garrison,
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(Cold Spring, Philipstown North)

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March 3, 2014
ICYMI: Top Schneiderman Aide Meddling in Major Case?
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: David Laska
dlaska@nygop.org
518.462.2601
In case you missed it, this great piece in last week's New York Post details how a top aide for Attorney General Eric Schneiderman has made over a dozen phone calls to his former law firm, which is defending former AIG CEO Hank Greenberg against fraud charges being pursued by Eric Schneiderman.  One call lasted 34 minutes.

That's left a lot of us wondering: Why would a top aide to Eric Schneiderman, who participated in high-level litigation strategies with the most senior members of Greenberg's legal team before leaving to join the Attorney General's office, be calling his former employer?

Senate Republicans may be holding hearings on the matter.  We'll keep you posted.

In the meantime, check out the whole story from the Post:

Records reveal AG aide's calls to ex-co-worker involved in AIG fraud case 
By Carl Campanile
The New York Post
February 24, 2014

Newly revealed phone records are raising questions about whether the state attorney general's top deputy is getting mixed up in the case against AIG honcho Maurice "Hank" Greenberg, although he once worked for the insurance bigwig's defense.

Chief Deputy Attorney General Harlan Levy has spoken on the phone more than a dozen times to his former co-worker at the offices of Boies, Schiller and Flexner, which is defending Greenberg against fraud charges, according to records obtained by The Post and being reviewed by the Joint Commission on Public Ethics.

Before taking his job with Attorney General Eric Schneiderman, Levy worked on the Greenberg defense. Legal ethics rules dictate that he now have no involvement in the case.

"Levy participated in high-level litigation strategies with the most senior members of Greenberg's legal team before leaving to join Scheiderman's office," a Greenberg insider said.

While it is not clear what Levy talked about with his old firm, the fact his number shows up 13 times in the Boies, Schiller and Flexner logs is raising eyebrows.

Senate Republican leader Dean Skelos' office said the conversations raise conflict-of-interest concerns.

"If these allegations are true, we would seriously consider holding hearings to look into this matter," said a source close to the Senate GOP leadership.

Read the whole story on NYPost.com
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