Wednesday, April 16, 2014

Bazzomanifesto Update 04/16/14: 9 Topics In Today's blog

THIS BLOGS TOPICS:

1) Galef Supports Organ & Tissue Donor Registrations During Donor Awareness Month-Letter to the Editor

2) The one thing you should do today

3)  Galef Releases Constituent Questionnaire Results

4)  New York State Assemblyman Fails to Pay Property Taxes

5)  EASTER SUNDAY at Blackstones Steakhouse

6)  Cox to Cuomo: Stop Celebrating

7)  Legislator Jenkins statement on SPI withdrawal from review process

8)  SENATOR BALL TO PROVIDE FREE NARCAN KIT & TRAINING AT APRIL 24TH HEROIN ROUNDTABLE  04/24/14

9)  SENATOR BALL TO HOST SPECIAL NEEDS AWARENESS DAY ON MAY 3RD

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On Monday, April 14, 2014 1:31 PM, Sandra Galef wrote:
April 14, 2014



To the Editor:



The NYS Assembly passed a resolution to proclaim April 2014 as Organ and
Tissue Donor Awareness Month in the State of New York.


It is hard to believe, but New York is ranked 50th nationally in the number
of eligible people enrolled in the state organ and tissue donation registry
(only 22% of New Yorkers are registered as donors). There are over 10,000
New Yorkers who are currently on the donor waiting list. New York has the
third highest need for donors and makes up 10% of the national waiting list.
We must reverse these numbers to help save the lives of many of our friends,
relatives and neighbors.



New Yorkers can help prolong another life by enrolling in the New York State
Donate Life Registry (www.donatelifeny.org), which is a confidential
database of individuals who can choose to donate their organs and tissues
upon their death. You can join the registry through the New York State
Department of Health, by enrolling online or when you apply for, or renew
your New York State driver's license, or non-driver's license identification
card, or on voter registration forms.



The organs and tissues from a single donor can help as many as 50
recipients, and during Organ and Tissue Donor Awareness Month, New Yorkers
are reminded of the life-sustaining results of organ and tissue donation.  I
encourage you to consider this immensely generous and selfless act that
extends another life.



Sincerely,

Sandy Galef

Assemblywoman, 95th AD

(914) 941-1111

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On Tuesday, April 15, 2014 11:40 AM, Sandra Galef wrote:
      For Immediate Release
Contact:  Sandy Galef
(914) 941-1111




Assemblywoman Galef Announces Winter 2014 Newsletter Questionnaire Results

Constituents Share Opinions on Current Legislative Issues   



(April 15, 2014) Assemblywoman Sandy Galef's January 2014 Newsletter
Questionnaire responses are in. Galef's questions touched on pressing issues
regarding state policy which have the potential to affect millions of lives.
This type of community input, which Galef seeks annually through her
questionnaire, helps the assemblywoman decide which bills to support or
oppose.



One hot button issue being discussed in the state legislature is a change in
the timing of state primaries, proposing that all primaries be held in the
month of June. Today, Federal Case Law states that primaries for federal
office holders must take place in June to ensure that votes from overseas
service members have enough time to be counted. A staggering 83% of Galef's
constituents voted "Yes" for supporting a bill requiring all New York
primaries to take place in June. Galef has sponsored such a bill,
A.8198/S.6204, which establishes the fourth Tuesday of June as New York's
Primary Day. It has been estimated that holding a single primary election
would save state and local governments up to $50 million.



        Another issue Galef asked about in the questionnaire involved a
proposal to require insurance companies to cover the cost of GPS tracking
devices for families of autistic children or adults with memory loss. "Yes,
for adults with memory loss," said a family from Carmel. The results were
very close with constituents supporting the proposal at 51% and those
opposed at 49%.



Galef sponsors a bill, A.6393, proposing raising the legal age to purchase
tobacco products to 19 years old. So far, Onondaga and Nassau counties have
picked up on the bill to raise the legal age to purchase tobacco products to
19 years, and Westchester is considering similar legislation. New York City
and most recently Suffolk County are raising the age for tobacco product
purchase to 21 years old. 57% of constituents support the increase to 21
years old, while slightly fewer than 37% opted for no change to the legal
age.

 

As the possibility of warm weather coming this way finally seems to be a
reality, Galef asked her constituents if Boating While Intoxicated (BWI)
infractions should impact a person's driver's license. "Perhaps there should
be some sort of local penalty at the county level," John of Cold Spring
commented. Currently, a conviction for a BWI will not affect a person's
license to operate a car. Results from the questionnaire indicated that 72%
of constituents actually believe that a BWI infraction should have an impact
on a person's driver's license.



Efforts have been taking place at the federal level to allow longer and
heavier double-trailer trucks on state highways. "Allowing larger and
heavier trucks on state highways will rapidly increase the rate at which our
state infrastructure deteriorates," Galef said. "I will do my best to keep
these trucks off of our state highways." Galef recently wrote a letter
addressed to congressional representatives and senators, actively opposing
larger trucks on state infrastructure. She plans to write an additional
letter, again to Congress, sharing these poll results.  Those in favor of
taking additional steps to oppose longer and heavier trucks were at 76%
versus those opposed at 24%.



The State Education Department has spent the last few years developing a new
education database to aid parents with their child's school success. The
expanded database contains confidential student data. Galef's constituents
urged that their student's confidential data stay confidential by
prohibiting advertisers or other outside entities from obtaining access to
the database. Mirla of Briarcliff commented, "While the data available to
the state and local schools are valuable in assessing success in educating
the individual and providing appropriate remediation to achieve that goal,
that information should never be disclosed to third parties, except perhaps
to law enforcement where serious infractions are involved." Galef supported
the budget bill which contained a provision that would not allow the New
York State Education Department to share confidential student data with
third party vendors.  Also, the relationship between the State and inBloom
has been discontinued.  Additionally, the budget bill contained many
stipulations that will rein in testing and make sure teachers and students
in New York have the time they need to stay focused on teaching and
learning.



"Once again, I would like to thank all of those who replied to my
questionnaire," said Galef. "The responses that I receive allow me to better
address many of the pressing issues before me during the legislative
process. "
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April 15, 2014
New York State Assemblyman fails to pay $15,000 in property taxes
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: David Laska
dlaska@nygop.org
518.462.2601
ALBANY...New York State Democratic Assemblyman Edward Hennessey has confirmed that he failed to pay taxes dating back to 2012 for a business property he owns and operates his private law office from, according to public tax records.

At a time when the local school district is struggling to cover the cost for basic student services, Hennessey has refused to pay over $15,000 he owes in property taxes - the majority of which would go towards the school district.

"Edward Hennessey's flagrant refusal to abide by state and local tax law is saddening and upsetting," said Cox. "Not only is he breaking the law, but he is doing a huge disservice to his own constituents as well as their children."

Public records show that Hennessey failed to pay $1,013.81 in taxes in 2012 for his law office property, in which he has an ownership interest, located at 483 William Floyd Parkway in Shirley, NY.

In 2013, Assemblyman Hennessey again failed to pay $10,620.99 in taxes on this property, and for 2014 has an outstanding balance of $3,616.91 that was due on January 10, 2014.
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April 16, 2014
Cox to Cuomo:
Stop Celebrating

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: David Laska
dlaska@nygop.org
518.462.2601
ALBANY... NYGOP Chair Ed Cox today called on Andrew Cuomo to stop celebrating after New York's Governor inexplicably declared victory after the Tax Foundation raised the ranking of New York's tax climate from 50th amongst the states to - wait for it - 48th.

Cuomo hailed the news as a "dramatic improvement" and "proof" that New York is "a great place to do business."

"New Yorkers have never settled for second best, let alone 48th best," said NYGOP Chair Ed Cox.  "Andrew Cuomo's preening in the face of such a laughably small accomplishment is proof positive that this Governor has given up on trying to fix New York's business climate."
Senate and Assembly Republicans are fighting to hold the line on taxes, but with Democrats in control of the Assembly and Governorship, various independent studies have ranked New York as one of the worst states for taxes, business climate, property taxes and overall freedom.
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MEDIA RELEASE
Contact Legislator Ken Jenkins - (914) 262-3629
 
 
April 15, 2014
 
 
Legislator Ken Jenkins statement on SPI withdrawal from review process
 
 
Today's letter from Sustainable Playland withdrawing from the Board of Legislators review process supports the need for legal action to invalidate the contract entered into by the Astorino administration.
 
Said Legislator Ken Jenkins (D-16), "It is clear from Sustainable Playland's letter they now recognize that the Board of Legislators has to decide upon more than the improvements proposed for Playland.   Since 2010, the Board of Legislators has been clear that it has the final say over Playland.  To now, feign surprise and frustration over a process that has been clearly articulated is astounding."
 
Jenkins' attorney Evan Inlaw said the lawsuit against Sustainable Playland and Westchester County will continue in May. 
 
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Contact: Joe Bachmeier, (845) 531-9796
 
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***Thursday, April 24th at 6:00 PM***
SENATOR BALL TO PROVIDE FREE NARCAN KIT & TRAINING AT APRIL 24TH HEROIN ROUNDTABLE
Brewster, N.Y. – 04/14/2014 – Senator Greg Ball (R, C, I – Patterson) will host a Homeland Security Drug Crisis Roundtable in conjunction with the Senate Joint Task Force on Heroin and Opioid Addiction on Thursday, April 24th at 6PM at the Paladin Center Tactical Training Facility in Carmel, NY.
Immediately following the roundtable, the Harm Reduction Coalition will provide overdose prevention training. The training, which meets New York State Department of Health requirements, includes recognition of Opioid overdose, administration of intranasal Narcan, and steps to take until EMS arrives. Participants will receive a certificate of completion and an emergency resuscitation kit that includes Narcan.
“I am proud to team up with the Harm Reduction Coalition to offer free Narcan training. This miracle drug, if used correctly, has the potential to save lives,” said Senator Greg Ball. “The epidemic of heroin addiction plaguing our communities must be confronted head on. It is sickening to read and hear of the countless deaths in our community. We must get to the kids before it’s too late, talk is cheap, and what is needed is funding and resources. As legislators, we must do everything in our power to protect our children from drug addiction.”
Senator Greg Ball was recently named a member of the Senate Task Force on Heroin and Opioid Addiction. The bipartisan task force is chaired by Senator Phil Boyle (R-C-I, Suffolk County), Chairman of the Senate Committee on Alcoholism and Drug Abuse. Members will examine the issues and solicit input from experts and other stakeholders about addiction prevention and treatment options, the rise in heroin and opioid use, and the potential for drug-related crimes and other negative community impacts. The task force will then develop recommendations which will be used to draft legislation to address the issues raised.
Senator Phil Boyle, Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney, Putnam County Sheriff Donald B. Smith, Drug Crisis in Our Backyard Community Action Organization and others will also participate in the roundtable.
Those that would like to participate in the Narcan training and receive a free resuscitation kit that includes Narcan, must RSVP to Senator Greg Ball’s office by calling (845) 279-3773 or by emailing kgobins@nysenate.gov.
What: Homeland Security Drug Crisis Roundtable
When: Thursday, April 24th at 6:00 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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Media: (845) 531 9796 
Personal: (914) 406 5114
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Contact: Joe Bachmeier, (845) 531-9796
 
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SENATOR BALL TO HOST SPECIAL NEEDS AWARENESS DAY ON MAY 3RD
Brewster, N.Y. – 04/16/2014 – Senator Greg Ball (R, C, I – Patterson) will host a Special Needs Awareness Day on Saturday, May 3, 2014, from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM at the Hudson Valley Cerebral Palsy Campus.
Over thirty vendors will provide awareness, information, and resources for families with special needs. Senator Greg Ball has worked to organize the event with his Special Needs Advisory Council.
“Making ends meet, raising a family and keeping everything together in New York State can be challenging. Those families trying to provide necessary services to family members with special needs face even greater hurdles and challenges. Compounding this problem, we are seeing cuts to the vital services and resources needed by these families,” said Senator Greg Ball. “Last year, as a member of the Senate Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities Committee, I was proud to work with my colleagues to restore cuts that were initially proposed by the Governor to the Office of People with Developmental Disabilities. I hope this event helps shine a bright light on this issue and helps provide information and services to those who care for one of our most vulnerable populations.”
Senator David Carlucci, Chairman of the Senate Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities Committee, will also make a special appearance at the event.
Last year, Senator Greg Ball voted to restore up to $90 million in funding for the Office of People with Developmental Disabilities (OPWDD). The restoration amends the 2013-14 Executive Budget, which originally called for reducing the agency’s budget by $90 million due to a $1.1 billion federal reduction in aid.
This funding will allow the agency to continue its vital mission to provide critical care to New Yorkers with developmental disabilities, while reversing decades of mismanagement and overpayments that resulted in a decline of services to this vulnerable population.
If you would like to more information about the event, or you would like to reserve a vendor table you can contact Suzy Rhodes at smrhodes@nysenate.gov or 845-279-3773.
What: Special Needs Awareness Day
When: Saturday, May 3rd from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM
Where: Hudson Valley Cerebral Palsy Campus: 15 Mt. Ebo Road South, Brewster, NY
Contact: Joe Bachmeier, jbachmei@nysenate.gov or (845) 531-9796
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Media: (845) 531 9796 
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