Friday, June 13, 2014

Bazzomanifesto Update 06/13/14: 14 Topics In Today's blog


1) Astorino TV, June 11: Cuomo Must Take Stand

2) Announcement from Campaigns & Elections

3) Sing Sing Historic Prison Museum - Fundraising Kickoff 06/13/14

4) Astorino Campaign: "Cuomo Engaged in Tax Evasion"

5) Zen Bronze Healthy Organic Airbrush Tanning. Guilt Free Glow!

6) More Flag Day Event Sponsors

7) NYGOP Events Calendar

8) Westchester Legislator MaryJane Shimsky: Statement on SPI's Playland Proposal Withdrawal

9) Westchester Legislators Shimsky and Jenkins Call for Sprain Ridge Pool Design to Be Completed

10) Democratic Caucus of the Westchester County Board of Legislators: Statement on the Passing of Actress - Activist Ruby Dee

11) Granite Knolls parkland alienation bill hits snag

12) Guns N' Hoses N' so much more! At 12 Grapes


14) Latimer Opposes Move To Extend State Legislators Terms To Four Years

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On Wednesday, June 11, 2014 4:53 PM, Astorino.TV wrote:

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Astorino to Cuomo: Take a Stand on Silver
Astorino to Cuomo: Take a Stand on Silver
Chalk one up for the good guys in New York.  

Yesterday, federal judge Analise Torres ruled that Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver can be held liable for covering up sex crimes in the state legislature, and doing so using hundreds of thousands of tax dollars over a period of 19 years.

Sheldon Silver created a culture "in which [an Assembly member] believed he could sexually harass the women on his staff with impunity," Justice Torres said.

She called Silver's failure to protect women from Silver's political buddies "actionable" and said that "plaintiffs have a plausible claim that Silver participated in and caused the deprivation of their rights. "

"Silver could not have believed that his actions were reasonable under state or city law," Judge Torres said.

Those of us who truly want ethics reforms in New York State couldn't agree more.  We applaud Judge Torres for her firm ruling.

Yet Governor Cuomo continues to stand behind Sheldon Silver even after this ruling, even after the New York Times and other newspapers around the state called on Silver to step down as Speaker.

Governor Cuomo keeps giving the same, pat, copout answer that he doesn't vote for who the Assembly Speaker should be.

That's not good enough any more, Mr. Cuomo.  It's not good enough in light of this ruling and it's not good enough for the victims of sex crimes in Albany.

It's time that you took a real stand for ethics in this state.  It's time you took a stand on Shelly Silver.

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On Wednesday, June 11, 2014 11:47 AM, Catherine Borgia wrote:

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Come discover why the historic Sing Sing Prison and its unique position in the history of the American penal system possesses tremendous national and international potential as a significant tourist attraction for New York’s Hudson Valley.
6:30 — 8:30 pm, Friday, June 13, 2014
Cocktail Reception — drinks & hors d'oeuvres
$75 per person in advance, $85 at the door
Ossining Public Library, 53 Croton Avenue, Ossining, NY 10562
  • Meet Lithgow Osborne, great grandson of Warden Thomas Mott Os-borne, who will speak and share Sing Sing artifacts from his personal collection.
  • Tour the Sing Sing Prison display via back and forth shuttle buses anytime between 5:30 — 7:00 pm.
  • The display is located at the Joseph G. Caputo Community Center, 95 Broadway, Ossining.
  • See the Sing Sing Historic Prison Museum proposal presentation.
  • Listen to Music by Mike and Miriam Risko. Enjoy wine, beer and hors d’oeuvres.
To purchase tickets for Cocktail Reception online go to
Contact us about corporate support
or call 914-760-8067
Or send check payable to:
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Ginsburg Development Corporation
Friends of the Sing Sing Historic Prison Museum©
NYS Senator David Carlucci
NYS Assemblywoman Sandy Galef
Westchester County Legislator Catherine Borgia
Village of Ossining Mayor William Hanauer
Yonkers City Council Past President Chuck Lesnick
Historic Hudson River Towns Executive Director Jerry Faiella
Historic Hudson River Towns Marketing Director Nancy Gold
Osborne Association Board Member Lithgow Osborne
Greater Ossining Chamber of Commerce

Organizers: Laura A. Fahrenthold, Jen Glass, Dana Levenberg

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"Open Your Doors to Inspectors to Show Otherwise"
New York--June 12, 2014...The Governor of New York State, Andrew Cuomo, has knowingly been engaged in property tax evasion for the past four years, and he is refusing to allow a town inspector into his home in an attempt to cover it up, the campaign of Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino today charged.
"We want to be crystal clear on what we are saying about Governor Cuomo today," said Astorino campaign spokeswoman Jessica Proud. "We are directly suggesting that Andrew Cuomo hid renovations to his home in order to evade the higher property taxes he would have to pay if those renovations had been properly permitted, as is required of other citizens. We are further suggesting that the Governor is intentionally barring home access to his town assessor to conceal the amount of work that was done. We are also accusing Governor Cuomo and his government staff of not telling the truth in press reports about the extent of work done in the home."
Governor Cuomo, who shares the house and splits the property taxes at Four Bittersweet Lane in New Castle with his partner Sandra Lee, according to news reports, has been the subject of a Gannett news investigation into their doing work on the home without building permits as is required. Ms. Lee detailed renovations to the home in national magazines, according to Gannett, but Governor Cuomo through spokespeople tried to play down the extent of those renovations after Gannett called the tax issue into question, claiming that work only involved "decorative" work -- "window treatments." Mr. Cuomo then barred the New Castle assessor from entering his home to determine the truth, as is Mr. Cuomo's legal right.  That assessor is now estimating that Mr. Cuomo and his partner should be paying a full 29% more in property taxes than they do now, but it is impossible to determine the actual fair tax value without home access.
"The governor of New York has to pay his fair share of property taxes, just like everyone else in this state," Ms. Proud continued. "And the only way we're going to know what that fair share is is for Governor Cuomo to open his doors. What's he hiding?"
Cox: Cuomo definitely embarrassing, possibly guilty of tax evasion
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ALBANY... NYGOP Chair Ed Cox today released the following statement after it was reported yesterday that Andrew Cuomo, when confronted by allegations that he interfered with town officials to keep his girlfriend's property tax bill from going up, claimed to not know how property taxes are assessed:
"That New York's Governor doesn't know how his own local property taxes are assessed is embarrassing," said Cox.
"And if reports are accurate that neither he nor his girlfriend filed necessary building permits, thereby avoiding potential increases in their property tax assessment, they may both be guilty of tax evasion.
"Andrew Cuomo promised to be the most transparent Governor in New York's history, but he is playing by his own set of rules while he expects everyone else to play fair. How can anyone trust him?"
Contact:  Jessica Proud, 914-438-5325        FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
June 13, 2014
'Now that you know that the town tax assessor wants 
access to your home, will you let him in?'
"Andrew Cuomo dubiously claimed ignorance yesterday about his town tax assessor being refused entry into his home. The assessor wants to look at renovations widely described in national news magazines that were done without building permits and went unreported to the Town of New Castle.
"Mr. Cuomo's own government staff has been involved in dealing with the Town of New Castle in this regard, so I find it difficult to understand how he could not know that the assessor was refused access.  But, irregardless, Mr. Cuomo now knows with absolute certainty that the assessor's request to enter Mr. Cuomo's premises has been rejected, so it begs the question, 'now that you know that the town assessor wants access to your home to see if if you have been paying your fair share in property taxes, will you let him in?'
"New Yorkers pay the highest property taxes in America.  They deserve to know if their governor has been cheating on his."
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 Westchester Legislators Shimsky:

Statement on SPI’s Playland Proposal Withdrawal


White Plains, NY – Westchester Legislator MaryJane Shimsky (D-Hastings-on-Hudson), chair of the Westchester County Board of Legislators’ Infrastructure Committee, released the following statement today in regard to County Executive Rob Astorino’s announcement that the Playland revitalization plan from Sustainable Playland, Inc. (SPI) was being withdrawn. Astorino has selected Dan Biederman of Biederman Redevelopment Ventures to conduct an operational evaluation of Playland and present a list of recommendations on improving the County’s 280-acre historic amusement park and recreational facility.


“For me, the main test of any entity seeking to operate Playland is its ability to make a success of the County’s amusement park operation.  It has been clear for some time the SPI lacked the expertise, the resources and the desire to do so.  Therefore, I am relieved that SPI has been assigned a more appropriate role in Playland’s future.


“However, I am deeply concerned that the Administration seems more interested in buying time than in helping the park.  There are already two vendors with amusement park experience that answered the Playland RFP, and both are still interested in operating the park.  Immediately negotiating with one or both of these entities would make much more sense than wasting time and taxpayer dollars on a consultant.  It is also the only way to make improvements to the park before the 2015 season.


“Moreover, I am concerned about the continued use of Mr. Biederman, who will need to translate his experience—which to date has been focused on dismantling the amusement park—to helping provide the amusement park a path to success. These and other concerns about Mr. Biederman’s continued involvement need to be addressed as quickly as possible, in an open meeting of the appropriate legislative committee.


“Most Westchester residents want a successful amusement park at Playland. The filled-to-capacity parking lot on Memorial Day weekend testifies to the continued potential of an amusement park at the site—even an amusement park that has been so starved of resources for so long.


“If the County Executive truly wants what most Westchester residents want—a successful amusement park at Playland—he would begin negotiations with Central Amusements and Standard Amusements without delay.”

Westchester Legislator Pete Harckham:

Statement on SPI’s Playland Proposal Withdrawal


White Plains, NY – Westchester Legislator Pete Harckham (D-North Salem), chair of the Westchester County Board of Legislators’ Labor, Parks, Planning & Housing Committee, released the following statement today in regard to County Executive Rob Astorino’s announcement that the Playland revitalization plan from Sustainable Playland, Inc. (SPI) was being withdrawn. Astorino has selected Dan Biederman of Biederman Redevelopment Ventures to conduct an operational evaluation of Playland and present a list of recommendations on improving the County’s 280-acre historic amusement park and recreational facility.

“While the withdrawal of SPI’s Playland Improvement Plan from consideration certainly represents a setback for the goal of revitalizing Playland, it does afford the Administration and new consultant an opportunity to move forward with the lessons learned from this process: the amusement park must remain the focal point; the impacts to the environment and the neighboring community must be thoroughly vetted and the numbers need to add up and be realistic.

“In the meantime, the Board of Legislators’ Committee on Labor, Parks, Housing & Planning will focus on making Playland as successful as it can be for this season. It is an iconic destination and there is no reason for people not to flock to the park this year.”
Westchester Legislator Parker:

Statement on SPI’s Playland Proposal Withdrawal


White Plains, NY – Westchester Legislator Catherine Parker (D-Rye), chair of the Westchester County Board of Legislators’ Environment & Energy Committee, released the following statement today in regard to County Executive Rob Astorino’s announcement that the Playland revitalization plan from Sustainable Playland, Inc. (SPI) was being withdrawn. Astorino has selected Dan Biederman of Biederman Redevelopment Ventures to conduct an operational evaluation of Playland and present a list of recommendations on improving the County’s 280-acre historic amusement park and recreational facility.


“I have long admired the work of Dan Biederman in revitalizing public space and parks in New York City. However, I certainly hope Mr. Biederman does not resurrect the notion of a field house among his recommendations for Playland. The community has shown that to be a non-starter. I encourage Mr. Biederman to avail himself of the plentiful opinions in Rye and incorporate the concerns of our residents and others into his vision. I want to believe that this new turn of events will not end up prolonging the uncertainty over how to revitalize Playland, but each day that passes without a good plan in place diminishes the possibility of a fresh start at Playland for 2015.”
Westchester Legislator Ken Jenkins: Statement on County Executive Astorino's Withdrawal of Playland Proposal
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Westchester Legislator Ken Jenkins:
Statement on County Executive Astorinos Withdrawal of Playland Proposal
White Plains, NY - Westchester County Legislator Ken Jenkins (D-Yonkers) whose legal actions were identified by Sustainable Playland as a contributing factor for their withdrawal from the BOL review process, released the following statement today in regard to County Executive Rob Astorino’s announcement that the Playland revitalization plan from Sustainable Playland, Inc. (SPI) was being withdrawn.
“County Executive Rob Astorino seems to be doubling down on a failed approach that makes pre-mature pronouncements on a 10 year contract that will require a super-majority vote of the BOL and wastes taxpayers’ money to perform an analysis that the County Executive claims to have used in making his initial selection of Sustainable Playland.
“The time is now for the BOL, as the governing authority for Westchester County, to bring together the two remaining RFP respondents, Central Amusements and Standard Amusements and develop a lease for the management of Playland’s Amusement area using the framework of the 2010 Resolution adopted by the BOL regarding Playland.  These last two remaining RFP respondents are prepared today to invest $25 million dollars into the amusement area and get things up and running in time for the 2015 Playland season. The BOL did this with the Children’s Museum with a unanimous vote then a unanimous override of County Executive Astorino’s veto.
“Friends of the Parks are well established group that supports all of Westchester and is concession vendor at Playland.  It will be interesting to see how the Astorino administration addresses the concerns of disparities that have come from organizations like the Central Park Conservancy. 
“I am hopeful my colleagues on the BOL will combine the remaining RFP respondents and develop a lease to operate the amusement area at Playland based on over 2 years of Committee hearings and public review.”

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Legislators Shimsky and Jenkins Call for Sprain Ridge Pool Design to Be Completed


White Plains, NY – Westchester Legislators MaryJane Shimsky (D-Hastings-on-Hudson) and Ken Jenkins (D-Yonkers) called on County Executive Astorino and his Administration to provide an update on existing design plans for the Sprain Ridge Park Pool renovations, a project approved by the Westchester County Board of Legislators (BOL) years ago but unilaterally stopped by the Administration in 2010.


The two legislators urged the Administration to move forward with the present, original pool design after Tuesday's meeting of the BOL Infrastructure Committee, chaired by Shimsky, which included discussions concerning new bond legislation totaling $5.5 million for the modernization of the pool, which was recently sent by the Administration to the BOL for consideration. Astorino Administration officials were hoping to have the bond approved in committee, but admitted that no actual new design work had commenced yet.


“Normally a capital project would be presented to the Board of Legislators for construction bonding when sixty percent of the design has been completed,” said Jenkins. “Since the original design is old it needs to refreshed and updated, at least to produce a new set of accurate figures for construction costs. Then the plan can be re-evaluated by the Board. The Administration was instructed by the Board to do so, but to date has not. Meanwhile, no design was completed for this new bond proposal, now almost nine months after County Executive Astorino promised this to Westchester residents, and that is just wrong.” 


“Westchester residents are now suffering through their fourth summer in a row without this pool,” said Shimsky. “There is no good reason from the Administration as to why this pool was left to deteriorate. Renovations—or a completely new Sprain Ridge Park Pool—require an entirely new examination of the facility before we simply add money to the Capital Projects Budget for this year. Even so, the original design should now be updated, as intended.”


Jenkins released the plans and several other pertinent documents relating to the long-stalled renovations last November after Astorino announced during the County Executive race that it hoped to revive the restoration of the closed, pad-locked pool and recreational facility as part of the 2014 Capital Plan.


The BOL prepared a financial analysis for every project variation offered for Sprain Ridge Park Pool, including renovating the existing pool, simply replacing the existing pool or enhancing the pool facility to add competition lap lanes that would be moved from the pool at Playland. It made the most sense financially to renovate the pool, adding competition swim lanes and a spray park while utilizing the existing rocky terrain to create an additional attraction.


Over $1 million dollars has been spent already on design costs and construction costs that were previously approved by the BOL. The approved pool renovation project will involve reconstructing the existing pool complex at Sprain Ridge Park in a series of smaller pools, slides and play features that are popular in recreational facilities as such these days. Work will include pool mechanics, piping, structure, coping, decking, landscaping and concession area, plus associated site work. New fencing will be added to establish the pool area as well.


After investigations showed that the original pool was leaking, the Spano Administration and BOL began working collaboratively in 2001 to rehabilitate the existing pool area into a leisure pool facility in line with a national trend to boost attendance and revenue at municipal pools through the country. That year, $680,000 was spent to replace the aquatic playground system, and in 2006, another $500,000 went toward the design for the total project.


In 2011, the BOL unanimously voted to add $8.8 million to the 2011 Capital Budget in order to begin reconstruction of the Sprain Ridge Pool facility. Astorino Administration officials have trotted out a number of explanations as to why they have not moved the project forward.


Both Shimsky and Jenkins were taken aback by the Administration’s insistence today that the bond legislation move forward, despite the absence of a new design to guide what the costs would be.


“A smart, comprehensive design for the Sprain Ridge Pool is nearly completed, and with that information in hand the Board of Legislators can make an informed decision on the best utilization of County dollars,” said Jenkins. “Starting the project from the beginning, with a new design, would mean the pool would remain closed for the new few years. That is simply unacceptable, and residents have every right to be angry.”



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Statement from Democratic Westchester Legislators: On the Passing of Actress – Activist Ruby Dee


White Plains, NY – The Democratic caucus of the Westchester County Board of Legislators released the following statement today in regard to the passing of Ruby Dee, the highly acclaimed actress and human rights activist. She was married to the late Ossie Davis, also world-famous for his achievements in the dramatic arts and extensive humanitarian work; together, they were awarded the National Medal of Arts in 1995. Dee and Davis were long-time residents of New Rochelle. In 2007, Dee was inducted into the Westchester County Women’s Hall of Fame.


“The people of Westchester were fortunate to count Ruby Dee and Ossie Davis as neighbors for several decades. The many achievements of these two great actors on stage and screen stand as stellar contributions to our nation’s cultural history. Their staunch, tireless activism in service of social justice and human rights underscored their serious commitment to making this country a better place for future generations.


“In her work and life, Ruby Dee exemplified tremendous grace, intelligence and understanding. She championed the civil rights for all Americans throughout her adult years, and remained a staunch, tireless protector and defender of the most vulnerable among us. There are few public lives as meritorious as Ruby Dee’s. Her resilient spirit and remarkable deeds will shine on for us and continue to help light the path ahead.”


Citizens for an Informed Yorktown

Town Board
June 10, 2014

Meeting highlights. For a summary of all 14 agenda items, visit

1. Tax Amnesty proposal
The tax receiver presented a plan for a tax amnesty program that would waive the interest and penalty charges when back taxes are paid.

2. Speed humps
The board will consider a policy that establishes criteria for installing speed humps.

3. Parking issues in Heights hamlet
The board discussed some possible short term solutions to the lack of adequate parking in the hamlet that creates problems for small businesses.

4. Highway Department trucks and capital projects
What started out as a discussion on purchasing four new trucks for the Highway Department morphed into a broader discussion on bonding for a series of capital projects.

5. Parkland alienation/Granite Knolls
The alienation home rule request stalled when Councilman Patel refused to support a needed new resolution and only three board members were present to vote.  Supervisor Grace and Councilman Murphy may try again for a vote at a special meeting to be called next week.

6. Shallow Creek
The board discussed moving forward on the proposal to grant a license or franchise to a group that will reopej the par 3 golf course;plus a restaurant and ice skating rink..

7. Special election law
Because there was no quorum, there was no discussion on the latest version of the proposed law.

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Albany, N.Y. – 06/11/2014 – A majority of the members of the New York State Senate Codes Committee have today indicated their strong opposition to legislation (S.68A /A.3244A) requiring the microstamping of ammunition.
The Committee Chairman, Senator Michael Nozzolio and Committee members, Senators Phil Boyle, John DeFrancisco, John Flanagan, Patrick Gallivan, Joe Griffo, Andrew Lanza, and Tom O’Mara have all publically declared their objections to this measure. They were also joined by Senators Cathy Young, Greg Ball, Tom Libous, Jim Seward, John Bonacic, Patty Ritchie, Kathy Marchione, Bill Larkin, Betty Little, Joe Robach, George Maziarz, Hugh Farley and Mike Ranzenhofer.
The group unanimously contends the process of microstamping ammunition relies on unproven technology that will undoubtedly waste taxpayer dollars. They also labeled the process as ineffective at identifying criminals because the very shallow markings on microstamped bullets can be easily removed through the use of common household tools.
After recent anti Second Amendment efforts in the Assembly, the Senate Democrats are now pushing efforts to move legislation sponsored by Senator Peralta.
“Here they go again, in an extreme attempt to turn law abiding citizens into criminals, rather than tackling the real criminals. We must unite in both the Senate and throughout the state, to stop this extreme and costly effort. There is not a shred of credible evidence that proves the technology actually works. We will work together to protect the Second Amendment,” they said in a joint statement.
It is clear that a majority of the Senate Codes Committee opposes this legislation, and the measure will not be reported from the Committee. The Senate Codes Committee has been in opposition to this legislation in the past and continues to oppose this ill-advised measure.

Josef Bachmeier
Communications Director
NYS Senator Greg Ball
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