Friday, June 27, 2014

Bazzomanifesto Update 06/27/14: 12 Topics In Today's blog


1)  Spare a Dime for Andrew Cuomo's Property Taxes? A Nickel? A Penny?
2) Galef-Carlucci and Disability Communities Applaud Passage to Change Signage and Language

3) Cuomo Setting Double Standard for Property Tax Reassessments: Astorino

4) Cox: One-party Democratic rule will kill upstate

5) Galef Addresses Substance Abuse in the Hudson Valley with Experts on Her TV Show "Speak Out"

6) Don’t Tell the Griswolds: Sean Patrick Maloney Must Not Enjoy Family Vacations

7) Statement on Cuomo's TZB budget gimmick

8) ICYMI: Cox in Journal News - Cuomo Turns Back on Education Tax Credit

9) The next Yorktown million dollar mistake@  UTY meeting date of July 2, 2014

10) Westchester Legislator Lyndon Williams to Join Mount Vernon Rally for Park Renovations


12) Inequality Begins at Birth

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On Wednesday, June 25, 2014 3:26 PM, Sandra Galef wrote: NEW YORK STATE LEGISLATURE

June 25, 2014
CONTACT:                      Assemblywoman Sandy Galef (914) 941-1111

                  Mike Grubiak, Senator Carlucci’s Office (914) 391-8850

Assemblywoman Galef and Senator Carlucci

Urge Governor Cuomo to Sign Legislation Creating

New “Accessible” Sign

Carlucci, Galef Pass First in the Nation Initiative to Fight Offensive

OSSINING - Today, Assemblywoman Sandy Galef and Senator David Carlucci were
joined by advocates for people with disabilities to urge Governor Cuomo to
sign their legislation (A.8193/S.6846) which will modernize the Universal
Symbol of Access to be implemented throughout New York State. 

This landmark first in the nation legislation calls for the elimination of
the word ‘handicapped’, and changes the icon symbol to represent a person
seated in a wheelchair while appearing to be in motion. It will discontinue
the use of the offensive and outdated “handicapped” signs throughout the
state, and replace them with the revamped “accessible” signs approved by
disability advocates worldwide. This legislation will not require replacing
old signs currently installed around the state, but would require that when
any new signs are created, they feature the new symbol and/or new language.

This bill passed both houses of the state legislature in June prior to the
end of the legislative session. In each house the legislation passed with
wide margins of support and will now be sent to Governor Cuomo for his

New York would be the first state in the nation to adopt this change. New
York City has already adopted this change, and countries around the world
are starting to implement this simple change that will recognize that people
are not defined by their disability.

Assemblywoman Galef said, “A picture is worth a thousand words. Today we
celebrate the action we have taken in the Assembly and the Senate to say
that those who are differently abled should not be hindered by outdated
language or symbols that stigmatize them or align them with a negative
connotation or an image of immobility.  These new signs and this new
language call for businesses, schools, governments and organizations to help
change negative to positive, static to mobile, and help to further
incorporate our differently abled community into the mainstream.  Together
with community advocates, we are here today to urge the Governor to join us
in taking the lead by signing this landmark bill into law to change this
signage and this language.”

Senator Carlucci said, “We are again leading the way by being the first
state in the Nation to pass legislation to update our outdated "handicap"
signs with a more active, engaging accessibility symbol. Working together we
will continue to lead the way and be a shining example for disability rights
throughout the country.”

Leah Serao, Project Coordinator, Accessible Icon Project, said: "Describing
the new image with words such as: active, abled, engaged, ready-for-action,
determined, and motivated helps provoke discussion on how we view
disabilities and people with disabilities in our culture. The symbol does
not “represent” people with disabilities, but symbolizes the idea that all
people with disabilities can be active and engaged in their living
environment. Changing the symbol is part of changing the universally
accepted mindset about people with disabilities."

Dan Harris, longtime advocate for the Accessible Icon Project, said: ​ "Just
like the disabilities rights movement has always been about getting people
with disabilities out into the community, the Accessible Icon is now the
next step in this movement to show that we are actively engaged community

Lisa Tarricone, Director of Systems Advocacy and Joe Bravo, Executive
Director of Westchester Independent Living Center, both attended the press
conference, and submitted this statement: “Westchester Independent Living
Center (WILC) fully supports Assembly bill 9934, which calls for the
elimination of the word 'handicapped'  and changes the icon symbol to
represent an empowered image of wheelchair users.  WILC staff worked closely
with bill sponsor Assemblywoman, Sandra Galef to assist in promoting these
changes, which will help to mitigate the stigma associated with the existing

“Words have power and create an image—unfortunately the word handicapped has
a negative limiting connotation that this legislation seeks to eliminate.
The forward moving imagery and focus on Accessible will go a long way in
changing how people view persons with a disability. In the end this really
comes down to changing attitudes which we all know can be the most difficult
thing to accomplish. I am grateful to Assemblywoman Galef and Senator
Carlucci for their efforts in moving this landmark legislation forward and
await the time when the Governor will sign this important bill into law,”
said George Hoehmann, Executive Director, Rockland Independent Living

Mel Tanzman, Executive Director, Westchester Disabled on the Move, said:
“The Board and Staff of Westchester Disabled On the Move Inc. applaud
Assemblywoman Galef and Senator Carlucci for promoting this legislation
which we hope the Governor will sign before the 24th Anniversary of the
Americans with Disability Act on July 26th. Language and stereotypical
images have limited and marginalized people with disabilities for too long.
It’s time for government to lead through its actions!”

Contact:  Jessica Proud, 914-438-5325 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
"The Governor Needs to Set the Example"
No Double Standards
No Double Standards, Governor
Westchester--June 26...Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino, the Republican candidate for governor, today joined with Westchester County homeowners who are refusing to open their doors for tax reevaluations until Governor Andrew Cuomo agrees to open his.
Governor Cuomo has been the subject of an multi-part investigative report by The Journal News over his failure to report significant internal renovations to his home that were discovered by his town assessor only after they appeared in national magazines. Those renovations were done without permits -- or insurance, so it seems -- as is required by local law.  The governor, who shares the property tax bills with his live-in partner, has therefore been significantly underpaying his fair share of taxes for at least four years to the Town of New Castle, where he lives.  The New Castle town assessor estimates that the Cuomo household has been paying 29% less in property taxes than it should be -- adding extra tax burden to his neighbors -- and has said that an accurate property tax assessment cannot be made because Governor Cuomo refuses to open his door for an inspection.
"Homeowners in towns and villages around this state are being asked to open their doors to assessors for property tax reevaluations, while the state's chief executive is refusing to open his," County Executive Astorino said. "These homeowners are rightly upset that there seems to be two sets of rules in this state; one for governor and one for everyone else. Governor Cuomo has a responsibility as the top elected official in this state to set an example, and the example he is setting is clear. Local officials statewide are going to have an awful time convincing homeowners to do something the governor won't do himself."
The Astorino campaign maintains that Governor Cuomo is refusing to open his doors because it will a.) prove that he has been cheating on taxes, and b.) reveal blatant mistruths that have been made by members of his administration about the nature of the work completed.

June 26, 2014
Cox: One-party Democratic rule will kill upstate
Contact: David Laska
ALBANY... NYGOP Chair Ed Cox released the following statement following news last night that the Independent Democratic Conference (IDC) has struck a deal to form a governing coalition with Senate Democrats after the November elections:
"In the two years the Democrats controlled the State Senate from 2009-2010, they raised taxes $14 billion," said Cox.
"Thanks to Democrats, New York is already the most taxed, most regulated, least business-friendly state in America. For the IDC to abandon bipartisan governance in favor of political expediency might deal the final death blow to Upstate New York's economy."

On Thursday, June 26, 2014 12:53 PM, Sandra Galef wrote: For Immediate Release
Contact:  Sandy Galef
(914) 941-1111
"Speak Out" with Assemblywoman Sandy Galef presents
Focus on Substance Abuse

(June 26, 2014) Assemblywoman Sandy Galef hosts Ellen Morehouse Executive
Director, Student Assistance Services Corp., Doreen Lockwood, Putnam Family
& Community Services, and Susan Salomone, Founder, Drug Crisis in our
Backyard, on her local public access TV show, "Speak Out with Sandy Galef."
The women cover many topics with Galef, including substance abuse prevention
in the Hudson Valley, as well as why and how so many young people are being
introduced to these dangerous substances such as heroin.

Salomone, the parent of a fatal overdose victim, discusses the stigma and
denial associated with drug abuse, preventative measures for substance
abuse, and how prescription drugs are insidiously linked to illegal
substance abuse including heroin. The three women also join together in a
conversation about how the substance abuse problem is affecting Putnam and
Westchester counties and the potential consequences of abusing substances.
Stigma, abuse prevention, and the community impact of substance abuse are
just a few of the topics they discuss, which are critical issues for
residents of the Hudson Valley.

"Substance abuse has affected so many families in the Hudson Valley and
across the nation," says Assemblywoman Galef. "These women have committed
themselves to providing us with essential information to combat substance
abuse.  We must make sure that our communities become aware of the dangers
of this abuse and its tragic consequences, and how we can work together
towards prevention."

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

"Speak Out" with Assemblywoman Sandy Galef

Focus on Substance Abuse airs as follows:

Airs 7/2, 7/9, 7/16, 7/23

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On Thursday, June 26, 2014 2:23 PM, NRCC Communications wrote:

For Immediate Release
June 26, 2014
Contact: Press Office
(202) 479-7070
Don’t Tell the Griswolds: Sean Patrick Maloney Must Not Enjoy Family VacationsMaloney Votes Against Helping to Lower Gasoline Prices for Families

– Today, just a week before Americans celebrate Independence Day, Sean Patrick Maloney voted against energy independence and relieving the pain at the pump for millions of families across the country.  
Yet again, Sean Patrick Maloney has walked in lockstep with President Obama and his anti- energy agenda. Unfortunately for New York families, they will have to find ways to budget their expenses in order to afford the high cost of gasoline during the Nation’s busiest driving season.
“Instead of helping families at the pump, Sean Patrick Maloney fell in line with his Washington allies and supported the Administration’s failed energy agenda in hopes of boosting political support this election cycle,” said NRCC Communications Director Andrea Bozek. “New York taxpayers deserve a Republican leader in Congress who will help lower gas prices and make it easier for them to take their families on a well-earned vacation.”
The Lowering Gasoline Prices to Fuel an America That Works Act will help ease the pain at the pump by expanding production of America’s own energy resources.
(H.R. 4899, Roll Call Vote #, 6/26/14) 
Families are paying more at the pump this summer’s driving season.
(‘National Average Prices,’ AAA Fuel Gauge Report, 6/23/14)
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Contact:  Jessica Proud, 914-438-5325  
Statement from Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino on
Andrew Cuomo's Tappan Zee Bridge Tricks
June 26, 2014
"Governor Cuomo just doubled down on the financial shell games that we've seen dating back to the first Cuomo administration. His newly approved $511 million gimmick takes money from a fund specifically earmarked for environmental projects, like clean drinking water, to plug a massive budget hole in his plan for the new Tappan Zee Bridge. Mr. Cuomo's sleight of hand trick is directly reminiscent of the financial shenanigans that led to Governor Mario Cuomo's 1994 re-election defeat.  
"That Cuomo Administration infamously raided the State Insurance Fund, sold state-owned prisons back to itself, and diverted highway toll money into the Canal Corporation, which, ironically, is part of the reason why infrastructure projects like the new Tappan Zee Bridge are short money today.  
"Andrew Cuomo's fiscal gimmick involving clean drinking water funding is an attempt to cover up shortfalls in the Thruway Authority that will result in punitively high toll prices for Hudson-River crossers. In Albany, this is called 'Cuomo Accounting.' In the private sector, it's called 'cooking the books.'"

June 27, 2014
ICYMI: Cox in Journal News - Cuomo Turns Back on Education Tax Credit
In case you missed it, NYGOP Chair Ed Cox had the following letter to the editor published in the Journal News this week.

Andrew Cuomo promised to aggressively lobby for the passage of the Education Tax Credit, which helps independent schools and the lower-income children they serve to succeed.

But when the time came to act, Cuomo turned his back on New York's kids.

Here's the letter:
To the Editor:
Gov. Andrew Cuomo let down New York's schoolchildren by abandoning the education tax credit, even after he promised to pass it this session. 
The education tax credit provides an incentive to private citizens to make donations to public and independent schools and is widely supported by large majorities in both houses of the Legislature, all but the most extreme elements of the Democratic Party.
Alternative schools like charters and parochial schools can succeed where traditional public schools fail, and they deserve our support.
I speak from my experience as a founder and former chair of both State University of New York's Charter School Committee and the Student Sponsor Partners organization, which supports and mentors inner-city high school students in parochial schools.
Prior to the start of this year's legislative session, Andrew Cuomo made a personal pledge to New York's independent school leaders, including Cardinal Timothy Dolan, that he would personally fight for the education tax credit this year. As the session closes, Andrew Cuomo has abandoned his pledge and betrayed New York's children.
Cuomo is apparently so afraid of teachers unions and Democratic Party and Working Families Party radicals that he has turned his back on schools that have proved to be an effective first rung on the ladder of upward social mobility. Cuomo's cowardice just made it more difficult for these schools, and the children they serve, to succeed.
Ed Cox, Albany
Editor: The writer is chairman of the New York Republican State Committee.

The next Yorktown million dollar mistake@  UTY meeting date of July 2, 2014
Agenda:  FOIL Report on the Sparkle Lake Dam. The no bid contract #1 payment for a report  $ 41,900.  contract to Maser Engineering PE of Red Bank New Jersey.
The Inspection report Dated June 3, 2014 Dam Safety " Page #3 of 4 " As the existing embankment is currently functioning with no seepage issues, " Engineer Quote"
Why was there no notifications or hearings . Who signed a short form Environmental  Assessment Form ? That says no impacts  ?  On June 9, 2014 " An unlisted Action"
What will the total costs be ? Will Sparkle Lake require draining to put in heavy duty new reinforced concrete footings, new  piping with pilings like the Croton Dam .
Has the Town asked for FEMA funds? Will Junior Lake Dam be next?
Dear members:
I am changing the next UTY meeting to next Wednesday July 2, 2014, time 8:00PM at he Yorktown Town Hall. On the agenda will be a list of issues that concern us. I will send you a list before the next meeting.

Contact: Tom Staudter | | 914-995-2819 (office) | 914-491-5221 (cell)
Legislator Lyndon Williams to Join
                                                            Mount Vernon Rally for Park Renovations
Mount Vernon, NY
Westchester County Board of Legislators (BOL) Majority Whip Lyndon Williams (D-Mount Vernon) announced today that he will be joining concerned residents, clergy and community leaders at the “Unity and the Community” rally and march on Saturday, June 28, and calling for long-needed renovations of Memorial Field. The event will take place from 10 AM to 6 PM, beginning with a march from Memorial Field and finishing at Unity Baptist Tabernacle Church, located at 101 South Second Avenue.

Before the march begins, there will be a short program featuring several speakers, including Williams and
Reverend Ed Mulraine of Unity Baptist Tabernacle, who will express their concerns about the ongoing neglect of Memorial Field and its significance to the community. At Unity Church there will be a block party with a deejay, choirs and various vendors, plus children’s rides and games.

The rally and march are being held as part of the annual “Unity and the Community” event in Mount Vernon
, which focuses on issues of social justice, community togetherness and honoring residents of Mount Vernon. This year’s honorees include: New York State Senator Ruth Hassell-Thompson, Emerson Brown, Rosalyn Hylton, Earnestine Dixon, Beverly Frost, Kenneth Chamberlain, Elmer Brice, Pat Shillingford, Hammarasi Bey, Mary Figueroa, Rai Benjamin and Marcus Green.

Along with
Legislator Williams and Reverend Mulraine, the co-sposnors of this year’s rally and march are  Pastor Stephen W. Pogue of Greater Centennial AME Zion Church, Pastor Darren M. Morton of Macedonia Baptist Church, Reverend Jeffery R. Wheeler of Calvary CME Church, Reverend Troy DeCohen of Vernon Heights Congregational Church and VFW Post 6396.

“Memorial Field can, once again, be a great place for young men and women throughout the county who enjoy athletics and outdoor recreation,” said Williams. “Moving forward with a renovation project makes sense in so many ways. Athletics help keep young people off the streets. Also, the work will create good jobs.
Williams added that the completion of renovations at Memorial Field will reflect the County's commitment to open space through municipal parks and playgrounds around Westchester.
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Contact: Joe Bachmeier (845) 531-9796 / Danny Weisfeld (914) 244-4450




Senator Greg Ball (R, C, I–Patterson) and Assemblyman David Buchwald (D–White Plains) have announced that the New York State Legislature has passed a bill that Buchwald authored and Ball championed that would require local governments to display the Prisoners of War and Missing in Action (POW/MIA) flag when it is provided to the municipality by a local veterans organization (S7483/A8489A). The legislation will now be sent to the desk of Governor Andrew Cuomo for approval.


“It was an honor to be part of the passing of such a meaningful piece of legislation. We must never forget those who have sacrificed so much. This nation must always show resolve in recognizing and honoring our beloved POW/MIA heroes. It is critically important that all of those who have served our country are recognized for their sacrifice, and that is especially true for this special class of heroes,” said Senator Greg Ball.


“The POW/MIA flag is a symbol of respect and honor, as well as a reminder of the enormous sacrifices made by the men and women who have served our country,” stated Assemblyman Buchwald. “Displaying this flag is an important way to carry on the tradition of honoring our nation’s veterans and military families.”


The POW/MIA flag was developed by the National League of Families to remind all citizens about the U.S. military personnel who were taken as prisoners or listed as missing in action. The flag was officially recognized by Congress in 1998 and was authorized to fly each year on several national observances, including Armed Forces Day, Memorial Day, Flag Day, Independence Day and Veterans Day. Congress also designated the third Friday in September as National POW/MIA Recognition Day.[1] The bill passed by Buchwald and Ball requires local municipalities to display the flag on these six days as well. This legislation will not be a financial burden on municipalities, as the POW/MIA flags are required to be flown only when provided by a local veterans organization along with any necessary attachments or fasteners. 


“The New York State Council of Veterans Organizations proudly supports this legislation, and I am very grateful to Assemblyman Buchwald and Senator Ball for passing it,” said Tom DeMeo, President of the New York State Council of Veterans Organizations. “It will give veterans and military families great pride to see the POW/MIA flag waving from their local town or city hall.”


“It is a measure of one’s commitment to purpose that distinguishes Senator Ball and Assemblyman Buchwald from mere legislators. In this case, their commitment to POW/MIAs and for all those unaccounted for is remarkable and exemplary,” said Eugene Parrotta, Chairman of Senator Greg Ball’s Veterans Advisory Council.

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NYS Senator Greg Ball
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Available in Yorktown – Putnam Valley – Bedford – Bedford Hills – Mount Kisco – Katonah – Lewisboro – North Salem – Pound Ridge – Purdy Station – Amawalk – Granite Springs – Lincolndale – Somers – Baldwin Place – Shenorock – Mahopac.

CARS & amp; US:
Fridays at 10 P.M. channel 74. 
Available in Yorktown – Putnam Valley – Bedford – Bedford Hills – Mount Kisco – Katonah – Lewisboro – North Salem – Pound Ridge – Purdy Station – Amawalk – Granite Springs – Lincolndale – Somers – Baldwin Place – Shenorock – Mahopac.
Channel 15 Friday 10 P.M.
Philipstown – Cortlandt – Peekskill – Ossining and BriarCliff., Mt Kisco .


Yorktown chanel 74 Wednesdays at 7:30PM..Ossining/Peekskill channel 15 Wednesdays at 8PM

Hosted by: Sandra Galef

Yorktown chanel 74 Fridays 7:30PM…Ossining/Peekskill channel 15 Fridays 9PM
Hosted by: Sandra Galef

Bazzo 06/27/14


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