Monday, March 17, 2014

Bazzomanifesto Update 03/17/14: 8 Topics In Today's blog

THIS BLOGS TOPICS:
1)  Sean Patrick Maloney Chooses To Protect ObamaCare Instead of Seniors

2)  You're Invited: Cocktails with Asm. Chad Lupinacci 03/25/14

3)  [Public Meeting Agendas] Yorkotwn Town Board Agenda March 18, 2014

4)  Planning Board Meeting CANCELLED - Town of Ossining - March 19th, 2014

5)  New ROI column from Frank J. Rich: Now and Then

6)  SENATOR GREG BALL ISSUES STATEMENT ON BOARD OF REGENTS VOTE

7)  JEFFERSON VILLAGE THANKS SENATOR GREG BALL FOR HIS SERVICE TO LOCAL VETERANS

8) ***Media Advisory for WED., Mar. 19***Public Hearing Scheduled on Playland Improvement Plan***

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For Immediate Release
March 14, 2014
Contact: Press Office
 
Sean Patrick Maloney Chooses To Protect
ObamaCare Instead of Seniors
 
Puts ObamaCare’s Individual Mandate Over Protecting Seniors’ Access To Their Medicare Doctor
 
WASHINGTON – Today, putting loyalty to Nancy Pelosi before seniors, Democrat Sean Patrick Maloney voted to keep a whopping 24 percent cut to Medicare physicians in place in order to protect ObamaCare.
 
Maloney joined Democrats in opposing common-sense legislation that would avert this scheduled cut in Medicare payments to physicians, set to take effect on April 1.  The bill provides for a transition to a new payment system intended to reward quality of care that ensures America’s seniors and those with disabilities will be able to see their own doctors.  To pay for the cost of transitioning to the new system, the bill would delay ObamaCare’s Individual Mandate for five years and would reduce the deficit by $21 billion.
 
“Sean Patrick Maloney would rather vote in lockstep with Nancy Pelosi than protect New York seniors’ access to their doctor,” said NRCC Communications Director Andrea Bozek. “Maloney has had every opportunity to address the disastrous impact of ObamaCare, but he continues to choose to stand beside the failed law at the expense of his constituents. He should be ashamed.”
 
Sean Patrick Maloney Voted Against Repealing And Replacing Medicare’s SGR Formula And To Keep Obamacare’s Individual Mandate. (H.R. 4015, the SGR Repeal & Medicare Provider Payment Modernization Act, 3/14/14)
 
Medicare Doctors Face A Payment Cut Of Almost 24 Percent Under The Latest Patch, Known On Capitol Hill As A "Doc Fix." (Elise Viebeck, “OVERNIGHT HEALTH: Finally, a permanent 'doc fix' bill” The Hill, Feb. 6, 2014)
 
The Bill Is Fully Offset By Delaying The Obamacare Individual Mandate Tax Penalty For The Next Five Years And Results In Nearly $21 Billion In Net Deficit Reduction. (CBO, March 12, 2014)
 
 
 
 
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Join Assembly Minority Leader Brian Kolb for a cocktail reception in support of Assemblyman Chad Lupinacci in Albany on March 25.

Asm. Lupinacci is the Ranking Minority Member on the Committee on Higher Education and a member of the Committees on Election Law, the Judiciary, Tourism and Transportation.

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On Friday, March 14, 2014 2:32 PM, Town of Yorktown New York wrote:

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Town Board Agenda March 18, 2014

TOWN OF YORKTOWN
AGENDA
March 18, 2014
                                                          
PLACE:                                                                                               TIME:
TOWN HALL                                                                                     7:30pm
       
  1. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
 
2.         MOMENT OF SILENCE
 
 3.         REPORT TO THE TOWN FROM SUPERVISOR GRACE
 
4.          PRESENTATION – YORKTOWN BEAUTIFICATION COMMITTEE/GARDEN       
                                              CLUB
         
5.         REPORTS FROM TOWN COUNCIL
 
6.         RESOLUTIONS FROM the March 4, 2014 Meeting

7.         COURTESY OF THE FLOOR

8.          ADVERTISEMENTS
               Bids:
             Sprinkler Inspection and Testing for Various Town Buildings   
             Sealed proposals will be received by the Town Clerk of the Town of Yorktown, Westchester County, New York, at the Town Hall, 363 Underhill Avenue, Yorktown Heights, New York, until 10:00 A.M., on Monday, April 7, 2014, for Inspection/Testing Sprinkler Systems.

            Leak Detection Survey – Water Dept.
            WHEREAS, it is normal operation and maintenance of a Water District to perform routine leak detection survey throughout the distribution system; and
            WHEREAS, since 2010 the Yorktown Water District has sought bids for this service; and
            NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Town Board authorizes the Water Distribution Superintendent to advertise for competitive bid for leak detection survey services.

             Water Maintenance Materials
             WHEREAS, the Water Distribution Superintendent has prepared bid specifications for the purchase of water maintenance materials; and
            NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Town Board authorizes the Water Distribution Superintendent to advertise for competitive bid for water maintenance materials.
9.          VOLUNTARY BOARDS
              Resignation
              Constance Fox – Landmark Preservation Commission

10.          RESOLUTIONS
  • Request from the Engineering Department:
            Lyhus (the applicant) has submitted the following proposed modifications to the Wetland & Stormwater Permit (Lyhus-WP-BSWPPP-T-267-11) dated 09/18/12, granted by the Town Board as per the following plans:

            Plan entitled; "Panco - Hanover Street, Yorktown, NY" prepared by John Karell, Jr., P.E., dated 01/24/14 (revision date), Sheet 1 of 5.  1) installation of a 12' x 12' wood deck, 2) installation of a concrete air conditioning pad. Both structures are located within the Town of Yorktown wetland buffer.

            WHEREAS, the Town Board determined on March 11, 2014 that the changes to the plans are minor, and a public hearing is therefore not required, NOW, THEREFORE BE IT

              RESOLVED, that the Town Board authorizes the revisions to the existing permit
 be handled via an administrative permit

  • Request from the Finance Department:
            Be it resolved that as per a resolution passed by the Town Board October 8, 2013,
the Comptroller is hereby authorized to transfer funds for the purpose of Phase II Environmental Site Assessment for the Highway Department payment to Hydro Environmental Solutions Inc as follows:

From:
A.909              General Fund Balance                                                               $14,139.60

To:
A8020.0490    Planning Professional Services                                       $14,139.60


            Be it resolved that the Comptroller is hereby authorized to transfer funds for the purpose of payouts at retirement as follows:

From:
A.909.8           General Fund Reserve for Employee Accrued Benefits  $50,934.45
To:
A1220.108      Supervisor Lump Sum Payments                                               $  4,481.79

A3120.108      Police Dept Lump Sum Payments                                             $46.452.66



  • Request from the Highway Superintendent
RESOLVED, the Town Board authorizes the release of the escrow deposit received for Driveway Permit #1178 in the amount of $500.00.

  • Request from the Legal Department
  RESOLVED, that the Town Board hereby authorizes the Town Supervisor to sign an agreement with SunGard Public Sector, Inc. for a renewal maintenance contract and support services for the Yorktown Police Department’s productivity software from February 1, 2014 through January 31, 2015.  The annual renewal fee is $52,110.20.



11.          MONTHLY REPORTS
  • Building Inspector
  • Receiver of Taxes
  
12         ADJOURN                                                                         

                                                                                                Alice E. Roker
                                                                                                Town Clerk
Town of Yorktown




Date:   March 14, 2014

                                        
PUBLIC HEARING
                Will be reconvened
  • To consider the request made by Tom McCrossan and Mark McGoldrick for a   
              Special Use Permit to operate a Convalescent Home at 482 Underhill Avenue,
              Heights, NY

 
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On Friday, March 14, 2014 2:57 PM, Town Supervisor Susanne Donnelly wrote:

 

    The Volunteer-Spirited Town
 TownofOssining.com

Planning Board Meeting

CANCELLED

The March 19th meeting of the Town of Ossining Planning Board has been cancelled.

The next meeting will be held on April 9th, 2014.

John Paul Rodrigues
Ossining Operations Center
101 Route 9A
Ossining, NY 10562

View the 2014 Planning Board Calendar for future meeting and submission dates (tentative)

 
 
The John Paul Rodrigues Operations Center can only be reached from the southbound lane of Route 9A and is between Route 134 and Route 133.
 
Town Board 
Susanne Donnelly
Supervisor 
Eric P. Blaha
Council Member 
Geoffrey J. Harter
Council Member 
Kim Jeffrey
Council Member 
Northern Wilcher
Council Member 


Town Links
 
 
 
 
 
 
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R.O.I. By Frank J. Rich
Now and Then
 
There is growing evidence that the recent downturn did permanent damage. Indeed, the measure of recovery and a close examination of fundamental growth elements by the CBO (Congressional Budget Office) suggests the term given to this one--The Great Recession--is an apt description.
 
The U.S. economy has done more than "slow and recover," the typical cycle lasting an average of seven years; it has fundamentally changed. The prevailing view has always been that the U.S. economy will gain back what was lost in a recession, but this time is different, as many economists and academics believe we will not regain what was lost in this latest downturn, giving rise to the view that the recession changed the economy at its root.
 
In its annual forecast of economic output, the CBO adjusted its GDP (Gross Domestic Product) forecast for 2017 downward 7.3 percent to $19.2 trillion from $20.7 trillion. These may seem like ponderous numbers until we look more closely at what they mean. In simple terms the difference of $1.5 trillion evinces a job market of continued softness, as many who left the market without hope of an "income-to-value" match will not return for some years.
 
The rabbit hollow also reveals that the trend of a declining workforce started before the recession began, becoming apparent as it took hold. Further, it is not only men who are fueling the trend, but working women and young people are matching men's decline in workforce participation.
 
In its report, the CBO noted that damage from a housing and financial crisis persists well beyond the typical fallout from a recession. Workers that leave the market entirely and those that are forced to work jobs that are poorly matched to their skills bump the "natural unemployment rate," the natural movement of workers, to 5.5 percent from 5.0 percent, according to the CBO report.
 
As we experience the recovery we grow a clearer understanding of the long-term effects of the recession of '07-'09 (official period of declining growth) and with them the opportunity in next steps. The "output gap" expressed in the accompanying graph admits to foundational changes such as lower employment, slow wage growth, lower annual economic growth, and a recast view of our economic institutions-employment, real estate, retail, auto, and consumption, 71 percent of GDP.
 
The gap between forecast and actual GDP spells risk in the efforts to return the economy to an even keel using monetary and fiscal policy. Too much "gap" and we tempt fiscal and monetary intervention, threatening peoples' connection to the hard work of rebuilding; too little and we risk exciting inflation of market goods already despaired of the artificial difference between the price index and the "real cost of living."
 
This lost potential not only pictures a misaligned economy, but also encourages the view that the economic potential of America may have suffered a step function decline-a political game of monkey-in-the-middle, and not at all a clear view of the energy and innovative spirit of the American people.
 
Thirty-three of the top 50 most valuable companies in the world are American. American companies, whose ingenuity crosses all major verticals, dominate the "Information economy." Retail (Amazon.com), real estate (zillo.com), employment (monster.com), auto (autotrader.com), search (Google.com), and entertainment (netflix.com, iTunes.com) are just a few.
 
America remains the largest economy in the world, despite China's meteoric rise over the past 20 years and huge labor force. But the real energy in American ingenuity and business are the near 28 million "small businesses" that dot the landscape from coast to coast. Without its commerce America would be a pock marked desert of ghost towns. America took back the electronics industry when threatened by Japan, Inc, and the entertainment industry with innovation from Apple Computer and others, who harnessed Sony's rising star, and restored the auto industry from the international onslaught that would take it off shore, and reversed oil dependency to less than 25 percent of America's oil consumption.
 
Small business America, all but forgotten by politicians and big government too busy protecting those "too big to fail," is the sinew and heart of American business, and will not go away; no matter the obstacles thrown its way. America is stronger for having tasted weakness these past seven years, and endowed of a spirited, cleaver, and caring people that have a knack for rising above their circumstances. Doesn't it just make you wanna' stop at the 2nd Ave Deli for mile-high Sussman Volk? He too, was a Bensonhurst brainstormer given to gadgetry and his now famous pastrami sandwich. Now that's America!
 

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Joe Bachmeier, (845) 531-9796
 
SENATOR GREG BALL ISSUES STATEMENT ON BOARD OF REGENTS VOTE
 
Albany, N.Y. – 03/14/2014 – Senator Greg Ball (R, C, I – Patterson), issued the following statement on the recent Board of Regents vote.
 
“I have received countless phone calls, emails, letters and faxes from parents, teachers, students and community members that are very concerned about the Common Core standards. Let’s be very clear, the Board of Regents played a direct role in the implementation of this uncommon disaster. The New York State Legislature had a unique opportunity to vote against the incumbents that are partly responsible for this disaster. I am disappointed that the Assembly Majority chose party politics over our education system and ultimately our children. It is my hope that the Board of Regents will listen to our parents, students and educators to make the appropriate changes to fix Common Core and get our education system on the right track. Education is not about teaching to the test and it should never become a one size fits all endeavor,” said Senator Greg Ball.
Senator Greg Ball recently voted to support a piece of legislation (S2031A) that would create a new process for selecting Board of Regents members.
“Having Shelly Silver exercise full control over anything, including picking the Board of Regents, is a bad idea. The system to elect the board of regents should be reformed. I recently voted to support a piece of legislation that would alter the process to ensure the process is fair. I support efforts to give the entire Legislature, and the Governor, not just the Assembly, more power in appointing members of the Board of Regents,” Senator Greg Ball added.  
 
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
 
JEFFERSON VILLAGE THANKS SENATOR GREG BALL FOR HIS SERVICE TO LOCAL VETERANS
 
Brewster, N.Y. – 03/17/2014 – Joe Devery, President of the Jefferson Village Owners Club, presented Senator Greg Ball (R, C, I – Patterson) with a signed photo from the members of the Jefferson Village Veterans Club in Yorktown Heights to thank Senator Ball for his efforts to honor local veterans.
 
“The Jefferson Village Veterans Club thinks very highly of Senator Ball and all he has done for us. Every year, Senator Ball takes us to dinner at the Putnam County Golf Course for Thanksgiving. He also took a group of us to Washington, DC to see the World War II Memorial,” said Joe Devery. “The veterans here love him, the seniors love him. We really appreciate him and we gave him the signed photo as a token of our gratitude.”
The signed photo presented to Senator Ball is a photo of the USS New York, a United States Navy ship that was forged with steel that was salvaged from the World Trade Center.
“Receiving this signed photo from the Jefferson Village Veterans Club is a huge honor for me. It is truly a privilege to represent such wonderful constituents that literally put their lives on the line to fight for our freedom. While I am very appreciative for this recognition, the hundreds of volunteers that help make these events possible are the real people that deserve this credit,” said Senator Greg Ball. “To see the smile on the faces of these veterans as they attend the numerous events we host, makes it all worth it.”
Throughout the year Senator Greg Ball hosts numerous events to honor veterans. Annually Senator Ball hosts a Veterans Thanksgiving Dinner where veterans and their families are welcome for a free Thanksgiving dinner. Senator Ball also hosts an annual Veterans Hall of Fame Ceremony to honor local veterans for their service. This past September, Senator Ball organized a trip for dozens of World War II veterans to visit the World War II Memorial in Washington, DC. Currently, Senator Ball is working with Purple Heart Homes to assist a service-connected disabled veteran in fully renovating a home within the next year.
Legislatively, as Chairman of the Senate Veterans, Homeland Security and Military Affairs Committee, Senator Greg Ball fights everyday to deliver for our veterans. Last year, Senator Ball championed a hire-a-vet tax credit that created a state tax cut for each veteran hired by a business. In addition to the tax credit, Senator Ball also successfully passed legislation to create the first ever New York State Veterans Cemetery. This legislative session Senator Ball’s top goal is to pass the “NY Jobs For Heroes Program,” which would create a 5% state contract set aside for small businesses owned by a service-connected disabled veteran.
“Senator Greg Ball is a true champion for our veterans. Throughout the year, Senator Ball and his army of volunteers host numerous events to thank our veterans. It brought tears to my eyes to see veterans enter the room to a standing ovation at last year’s Veterans Thanksgiving Dinner,” said Yorktown Councilman Terrence Murphy.
 
For more information, please contact jbachmei@nysenate.gov or (845) 531-9796
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: March 17, 2014

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

 

 

***Media Advisory for WEDNESDAY—March 19***

***Public Hearing Scheduled on Playland Improvement Plan***

 

White Plains, NY – A Public Hearing regarding the Playland Improvement Plan (PIP) will be held on WEDNESDAY—March 19 at 7:00 PM in the BOL Chambers on the 8th Floor of the Michaelian Office Building, 148 Martine Avenue, White Plains, NY.

 

The Public Hearing is part of an ambitious review of the Playland Improvement Plan being directed by Legislator Pete Harckham (D-North Salem), chair of the Westchester County Board of Legislators’ (BOL) Labor/Parks/Planning/Housing Committee (LPPH). Last week Harckham brought together executive staff of Sustainable Playland, Inc. (SPI) and members of the Astorino Administration for the BOL committee review of the PIP, and  SPI officially announced that the new Field House planned for Playland, Westchester’s iconic 280-acre recreation area and amusement park, had been scaled back from 95,000 square feet to 82,000 square feet.

 

Also, the LPPH Committee members will make a Playland site visit tomorrow, Tuesday, March 18 at 9 AM as part of its regular meeting (which is open to the public) to see where the Field House will be erected, and how much of the Parking Lot will be affected by the renovations and new structures.

 

WHO: Legislator Pete Harckham (D-North Salem), chair of the Westchester County Board of Legislators’ (BOL) Labor/Parks/Planning/Housing Committee (LPPH), other BOL members, and concerned residents

 

WHAT: Public Hearing on the Playland Improvement Plan

 

WHEN: WEDNESDAY—March 19 at 7:00 PM

 

WHERE: BOL Chambers

                Michaelian Office Building

                148 Martine Avenue, 8th Floor

                White Plains, NY

 

NOTE: Members of the public wishing to speak will be allotted three minutes to do so. Written statements of any length for the record can be submitted at the Public Hearing.

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

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Yorktown News Website: Youryorktown.com

BIANCO FOR SUPERVIOR :www.nickforyorktown.com

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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:
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Peekskill Democratic City Committee Blog: http://www.peekskilldems.com/blog

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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 03/17/14

 

 


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