Friday, May 09, 2014

Bazzomanifesto Update 05/09/14: 14 Topics In Today's blog


1)  Yorktown Town Board okays plan for more Granite Knolls ball fields 05/06/14

2)  ***Media Advisory for SATURDAY--May 10***Westchester Legislator Parker to Host Sound Shore Environmental Summit***

3)  Free Prosecco or Dessert for Mom! (she deserves it) At 12 Grapes


5)  Sean Patrick Maloney Refuses to Condemn Lois Lerner

6)  Fair & Affordable Apartment for Seniors 55+ in Croton-on-Hudson

7)  Yorktown Republican Party: [PRESS RELEASE] Tom Diana wins endorsement process for vacancy

8)  Sean Patrick Maloney Votes Against Benghazi Accountability

9)  Ben Carson - The Next Big Name in Conservative Politics?

10)  Mother's Day Special at Zen Bronze

11)  Garden Club of OG ANNUAL PLANT SALE May 10th OG Civic Center

12)  Robertson Providing Scenic Views for Inmates

13)  You're Invited: The NYGOP State Convention Dinner feat. Gov. Tom Corbett 05/14/14

14) Westchester Legislator Alfreda Williams Recognizes "Local Heroes" on Child Care Provider Appreciation Day

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1. Spectra/Granite Knolls/Sylvan Glen
The board voted 4-0 to send a Home Rule Message to the state legislature requesting the temporary and permanent alienation of portions of Sylvan Glen and Granite Knolls parkland to facilitate the expansion of the Algonqin gas pipeline, in return for which the company will make certain recreational improvements to Granite Knolls.

2. Sober House (Compass Westchester)
In a 3-1 vote, the board adjourned the public hearing to a future date to be determined. In voting no, Supervisor Grace said he thought the hearing could have been reconvened that evening.

3. 2013 Pension Shortfall
The town’s auditor said the shortfall was a matter of timing and not a mistake. He said the amount in the 2013 budget was correct.

4. Legislation to fill vacancies in elected positions
A public hearing on a revised local law will be held May 20.

5. Resolutions were approved for:
Granite Knolls Barn, resurfacing of the inline hockey rink, and rehabilitation of  Route 202 ball fields.

6. Equal pay for women resolution
The board clarified its position on two different versions of bills in the state  legislature dealing with equal pay for women, one of which included provisions in support of abortion.


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***Media Advisory for SATURDAY—May 10***

***Legislator Parker to Host

Sound Shore Environmental Summit***


White Plains, NY – Westchester Legislator Catherine Parker (D-Rye) will be hosting a Sound Shore Environmental Summit on SATURDAY—May 10 at the Jay Heritage Center in Rye, NY. The event, which will include a number of elected and municipal officials, as well as environmental leaders from different organizations and advocacy groups, will take place from 10 AM to Noon, and is open to the public,


Discussions at the summit are expected to cover a number of issues, and there will be short presentations from Sustainable Westchester, Energize NY, Save the Sound, We Future Cycle and Grassroots Environmental Education.


Parker chairs the Westchester County Board of Legislators (BOL) Environment & Energy Committee.


WHO: Westchester Legislator Catherine Parker, elected and municipal officials and environmental leaders


WHAT: Sound Shore Environmental Summit


WHEN: SATURDAY—May 10 from 10 AM to Noon


WHERE: Jay Heritage Center / Carriage House

                210 Boston Post Road

                Rye, NY

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May 7, 2014
Elected Twice by Onondaga County Voters, Candidate Brings Experience as Taxpayer Watchdog
Contact: Brian Renna
SYRACUSE, NY - Onondaga County Comptroller Robert E. Antonacci, CPA, Esq., today officially launched his campaign for New York State Comptroller, saying he has the experience and skills necessary to watch over the taxpayers' hard-earned money.
Elected twice by Onondaga County voters, Comptroller Antonacci brings a wealth of experience and a solid reputation for helping to create government efficiency to this statewide contest.
"In Onondaga County, I've proven I'm not afraid to stand up and fight against government inefficiency.  I've performed countless audits and have worked with officials of both parties to find solutions.  I want to take this experience and bring it to our state government," Antonacci said.
"Right now, there are far too many New Yorkers that are worried about our economy, our future and the path of New York State.  Together, we can help change New York and get our economy back on the right track."
Comptroller Antonacci is an accomplished certified public accountant, attorney and community leader who has dedicated much of his professional career to the residents of Onondaga County.  He was first elected Comptroller in 2007 and re-elected in 2011.
"Bob Antonacci may very well be the most qualified person to ever seek the office of State Comptroller.  As a CPA, tax attorney, municipal finance expert and a no-nonsense auditor, he is well equipped to serve the best interests of all New York State taxpayers," said New York State Republican State Committee Chairman Ed Cox.  
"Bob Antonacci has been a successful watchdog of the taxpayers' money in Onondaga County; he clearly is the watchdog needed to protect the taxpayers in all of New York State," said New York Conservative Party Chairman Mike Long.
He is a lifelong resident of Central New York and a graduate of Le Moyne College, where he received honors while studying accounting.  After receiving his bachelor's degree, he began working for the prestigious accounting firm Ernst & Young.  He later attended Syracuse University School of Law and graduated cum laude.
"We are excited that Bob Antonacci has accepted this invitation from state leaders to represent the Republican Party as their New York State Comptroller candidate. Once the voters get to know Bob like the people of Onondaga County already do, they will see that his qualifications are extraordinary and his integrity is unmatched.  He is a perfect fit for this job and a candidate that will bring us together to get New York State back on the right track and I am confident Bob Antonacci will be the next New York State Comptroller," said Onondaga County Republican Committee Chairman and New York Republican State Committee First Vice Chairman Thomas V. Dadey, Jr.
Comptroller Antonacci and his wife Michele, a registered nurse, are the proud parents of two children, Robert III (17) and Jacqueline (13).  He is a regular, blue collar guy who came up from humble roots.

"My mom, a small business owner, and dad, a UAW electrician, taught me to work hard, spend wisely and save for the future.  Those lessons have served me well - - in life and in government," Antonacci concluded.

Antonacci is expected to be the Republican choice to face Tom DiNapoli, a former Assemblyman and County Democratic Party boss who was selected by the State Legislature in 2007 to fill a vacancy.
On Wednesday, May 7, 2014 8:15 PM, NRCC Communications wrote:

For Immediate Release
May 7, 2014
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Sean Patrick Maloney Refuses to Condemn Lois Lerner
Democrats Vote Against Getting Answers And Holding the IRS Accountable

WASHINGTON House Democrats aren’t just stonewalling the investigation into Benghazi, they also continue to hinder the investigation into the IRS. With today’s vote, Sean Patrick Maloney, Nancy Pelosi, and their Democrat allies attempted to hide the truth and prevent Lois Lerner from being held accountable.
Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney and his Democratic colleagues came to Lois Lerner’s aid and voted against holding Lerner in contempt after she has repeatedly refused to answer questions from the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee on the IRS targeting conservative groups for extra scrutiny. His vote against this legislation suggests he supports the IRS’ effort to target tax-exempt conservative groups based on their political beliefs.
“Sean Patrick Maloney’s vote solidifies the fact that he has become a Washington insider and is out of touch with New York voters,” said NRCC Communications Director Andrea Bozek. “Instead of demanding answers and holding the IRS accountable, Maloney is helping the Administration cover-up a scandal in hopes of political support for his re-election.”
Democrats Vote Against Getting Answers and Holding the IRS Accountable.
(H.Res. 574, Roll Call Vote 203, 5/7/2014) 
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On Thursday, May 8, 2014 4:54 PM, Chairwoman Serafina Mastro wrote:

Contact: Serafina Mastro, 914-497-7460  
Supervisor Michael Grace, Republican Town Board candidate Tom Diana, Yorktown Republican Town Chair Serafina Mastro celebrate Diana's endorsement by the Yorktown GOP on May 7th, at Murphy's Restaurant in Yorktown.
YORKTOWN, NY - The Yorktown Republican Committee has endorsed Shrub Oak resident Tom Diana for the vacant position on the Town Board. The exhaustive, open and public candidate interview process, a hallmark of the Yorktown GOP, began in December and culminated with last night's unanimous vote.
"I'm very proud to be endorsed by the Yorktown GOP," Diana said. "As a small businessman, I fully understand the benefits that smaller government, less taxes and a business friendly local government have on our town. Yorktown is finally moving in the right direction under the leadership of Supervisor Grace and Councilman Murphy and I look forward to working with them to continue the progress."
He will be running to fill the unexpired term of former Councilman Dave Paganelli, a Republican whose seat was vacated when he won the election for Highway Superintendent. Diana will have to run again in 2014 for the full four-year term.
Supervisor Michael Grace said, "I am looking forward to having Tom Diana on the Board. As a local small businessman, Tom will be an asset in helping us to continue to promote and adopt sensible, pro-business policies. As a Shrub Oak native, Tom also understands how important it is to preserve the town's character and that sensible job creating tax reducing progress is not mutual exclusive to preservation. Tom will help us end the gridlock and dysfunction, so we can finally move forward on job-creating projects that will make Yorktown a more dynamic and affordable place to live, work, shop and play."
Councilman Terrence Murphy said, "Like me, Tom wants to be able to raise a family here, retire and watch them prosper here for generations to come. Local politics is about nominating the most qualified candidate and tonight we have done that. We trust Tom will be an independent voice that we can work with to continue to lower taxes, curb wasteful spending and deliver high quality services."
Diana spent over two decades in law enforcement and is a small business owner of a full service heating oil delivery company. His platform includes supporting a pro-business agenda to increase the commercial tax base and ease the burden on residential taxpayers, delivering a third historic tax cut for Yorktown's taxpayers, preserving affordability, infrastructure and open space, and using his extensive experience as a police officer to combat the heroin epidemic in northern Westchester, an agenda that was incompatible with his prior party affiliation, leading to his switch to the GOP.
"I believe the lessons I learned as a candidate in the past, which include understanding my true beliefs and convictions, will make me a formidable choice to get our town moving again," Diana said. "I am excited to join Supervisor Grace, Councilman Murphy and the Yorktown GOP, who are committed to getting Yorktown back on the right track."
Serafina Mastro, chairwoman of the Yorktown Republican Town Committee said, "The Yorktown Republican Party is committed to moving our community toward real progress, preserving and enhancing our quality of life while holding the line on government expansion   and the onerous tax burden. Staying true to these ideals every day, our party is welcoming more and more like-minded people passionate about our community. Tom Diana is one such individual, committed to public service and groomed as a business owner and prior law enforcement officer. Tom embodies the Republican ideal."
Since 2009, the Yorktown Republican Town Committee has turned a 1-4 deficit on the Town Board into a majority, elected 2 Republican Judges, delivered 63% for County Executive Rob Astorino in Andy Spano's hometown in 2009 and easily score Republican victories in Yorktown during the 2008, 2010 and 2012 Democratic waves. In 2013, the Yorktown GOP again achieved monumental success, scoring a 70% victory for County Executive Astorino, winning the open Highway Superintendent seat and re-electing all incumbent Republicans on the ballot with a 57% margin.
On Thursday, May 8, 2014 7:24 PM, NRCC Communications wrote:
For Immediate Release
May 8, 2014
Contact: Press Office
(202) 479-7070
Sean Patrick Maloney Votes Against Benghazi Accountability
Garcia Opposes Forming Select Committee To Search For Answers

WASHINGTON – Today, Sean Patrick Maloney voted against a commonsense bill that would form a Select House Committee to investigate the attack on our diplomatic compound in Benghazi. It’s been almost two years since this attack that left four Americans dead and no one has been held accountable. And from the start, the Obama Administration has tried to hide the truth and obscure the facts from the American people.
With today’s vote, Sean Patrick Maloney is merely abetting the cover-up. It’s beyond shameful that he refuses to search for answers to ensure this never happens again. He is willing to let American lives stay at risk to protect his standing with President Obama and national Democrats.
“It’s inconceivable that Sean Patrick Maloney would oppose investigating why four Americans were killed in Benghazi,” said NRCC Communications Director Andrea Bozek. “It’s been almost two years since the terrorist attack and because of Maloney and his allies in the Obama Administration, we are no closer to finding answers.”
Sean Patrick Maloney Votes Against Benghazi Accountability.
(H.Res. 567, Roll Call Vote 209, 5/8/2014)
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A Follow-Up to the National Prayer Breakfast

Ben Carson isn't a man to shy away from our present reality. Back in February of 2013 - he took our country by storm after speaking against the ills of Obamacare all while standing just ten feet away from President Obama. He spoke truth at the National Prayer Breakfast - and America listened as Ben Carson's name spread like wildfire among Conservatives. Now, Ben Carson is joining the fight to keep our country from falling apart and speaking out about the danger of our times.

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Carson has a strong warning for fellow citizens - our country is facing grave dangers - and it is imperative we respond by returning to the principles that made America great.

Over one year after his popular speech at the National Prayer Breakfast, and after 3 million YouTube views, our nation continues to decline. Today, the danger is greater than ever before. This book offers an urgent and timely message for our countrymen and women. Carson says what we know to be true - our founding fathers never intended our country to take on out-of-control debt and abandon their morals along the way.

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Carson wants his readers to know - they are facing many important decisions. Our education system continues to decline as Obamacare threatens our health, liberty, and financial future. In today's world people are overly sensitive, paranoid and worried about being politically correct to a fault. The media continues to distort reality and present the news with a strongly liberal political agenda.

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Robertson Providing Scenic Views for Inmates

Contact: Katherine Pudwill
CORNING...Investments in our local communities can come in many different forms, and Martha Robertson thinks that she has the best idea for using the money of hard working Tompkins County families - improved views for jailbirds.

Soon enough, Robertson's hometown prisoners will be able to enjoy a redesigned outdoor recreation building and stunning views at the taxpayer's expense. On the fifth redesign of the Tompkins County jail renovation, architects were asked to improve the view of prisoners while inside the jail as well as their view from the outside recreation area. Projected to cost nearly half a million dollars, or around $413 dollars per square foot, the recreation area and window design became the focus of Martha Robertson who has specifically been concerned with "preserving the view" for inmates during the process.

"Martha Robertson's extreme priorities are out of touch with the families in Western New York," said Tom Reed for Congress Communications Director Katherine Pudwill. "Rather than putting our families and community first, she is recklessly wasting taxpayer dollars on new prison designs to ensure inmates have a panoramic view. Conversely, Tom Reed cares about where your hard earned money goes, and investments in criminals, spray painted green roads and $110,000 dollar desks don't make the list for what people of the Southern Tier and Finger Lakes deserve. Fighting for jobs and the future should always come before preserving the view for inmates."

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Westchester Legislator Alfreda Williams Recognizes “Local Heroes” on Child Care Provider Appreciation Day

White Plains, NY – Westchester Legislator Alfreda Williams (D-Greenburgh) marked “Child Care Provider Appreciation Day” this morning with a visit to the Lois Bronz Children’s Center here to thank the staff members and recognize their efforts and strong commitment to bettering the lives of children.


“It takes a special person to work in the child care field, and these individuals are often unrecognized,” said Williams, chair of the Westchester County Board of Legislators (BOL) Community Services Committee. “Today celebrates an important group of our community members who I consider to be among our local heroes. In working with children, these professionals actually provide a stewardship and guardianship of our most precious resources, our children, during working hours, and thus help to shape our future well-being. I’m happy to show my appreciation for the good work of my friends here at the Lois Bronz Children’s Center and for child care providers across Westchester.” 

“Child Care Provider Appreciation Day” was started in 1996 by a group of volunteers in New Jersey who saw the need to recognize the tireless efforts of providers who care for children of working parents.

The Friday before Mother’s Day was chosen as “Child Care Provider Appreciation Day,” and each year people impart a special “thank you” to child care providers, teachers, program staff, child care center directors and all those who work with children and are responsible for their education and care.

Momentum and support for this event has grown each year, and recognition presently includes individuals and government organizations throughout North America, Europe, and Asia. It is estimated that nearly 11 million children under age 5 are cared for by 2.8 million child care providers in the United States.

Legislator Williams has long been an advocate for maintaining strong County support for child care in Westchester. Over the past several years she has tirelessly worked on the BOL Community Services Committee to protect child care subsidy programs, noting their value in keeping working parents in the workforce and contributing to the local economy, while delivering quality, regulated care to children.

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