Monday, August 11, 2014

Bazzomanifesto Update 08/11/14: 11 Topics In Today's blog


1) Astorino Video: Takes ALS Bucket Challenge; Challenges Gov. Cuomo

2) Lalor Campaign Kickoff W/ Sheriff Moss

3) NYGOP Events Calendar

4) Ossining Town Board Meeting - August 12th, 2014

5) Press Alert: Beware of Latest Cuomo Ruse

6) Where's Rice?

7) Coming soon to a ballpark near you

8) Cox: This is what desperation looks like

9) Westchester Legislator Jenkins Terminates SPI Lawsuit and Introduces Legislation to Lease Playland to a Central Amusements / Standard Amusements Partnership

10) Press Release: Governor George Pataki Has Endorsed Dr. Terrence Murphy For New York State Senate

11) Colorado governor fights to stave off GOP election challenge

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ALS Challenge
Astorino Takes ALS Ice Bucket Challenge; Passes Challenge to
Gov. Cuomo, other State Leaders 

It's August.  It's hot. The perfect time to take the ALS "Ice Bucket Challenge" to raise money and awareness about ALS, and to help find its cure. Here Westchester County Executive and New York State GOP gubernatorial candidate Rob Astorino takes the challenge, and passes on the challenge to Governor Cuomo and other state leaders. 
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On Friday, August 8, 2014 3:10 PM, Lalor For Assembly wrote:

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Please Join Assemblyman Kieran Michael Lalor for his Campaign Kickoff Dinner W/ Special Guest Sheriff Chris Moss, Republican Candidate for Lt Governor.
Sheriff Moss stood up to Governor Cuomo on the SAFE Act.  Sheriff Moss is one of the most well respected law enforcement officials in the state, a family man and the right man to help clean up Albany. I hope you can join us to meet and speak with Sheriff Moss a rising Republican star! Tickets are available online here.
ChrisMoss.jpgEvent Details:
Who: Assemblyman Kieran Michael Lalor & Sheriff Chris Moss
What:  Lalor Campaign Kickoff Dinner
When:  Wednesday August 27, 2014 6pm
Where:  The Blue Fountain - 826 Route 376 - Hopewell Jct., NY 12533
Tickets$65 for 1 Ticket
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Sheriff Chris Moss Bio
Christopher J. Moss joined the Chemung County Sheriff’s Office in 1989 as a Special Deputy. Later that year he was promoted to the rank of Deputy Sheriff and served in that position until 1994 when he was promoted to Investigator. While assigned to the Criminal Investigation Division (CID) Sheriff Moss attained the rank of Sergeant. In 2001, he was promoted to the rank of Lieutenant in the Road Patrol Division. In May of 2005, Sheriff Moss was transferred back to CID where he became the Division Commander. In 2005, Sheriff Moss was elected to a four year term, replacing retired Sheriff Charles D.W. Houper. He was re-elected to additional 4 years term in 2009 and 2013. Prior to being elected, Sheriff Moss also served on the agency’s Special Services Unit, Honor Guard, was president of the Chemung County Deputy Sheriffs’ Association and was previously a New York State certified K-9 handler.

Since being elected Sheriff in 2005, Sheriff Moss has assisted in guiding the agency through the accreditation process the Police Services Division, Civil Division and the Correctional facility. Sheriff Moss has also implemented new public service programs, to include methamphetamine awareness, senior citizen safety, Crime Watch and Prevention Newsletters and boater and snowmobile safety courses. Sheriff Moss also instituted the areas first one tier pistol permit program allowing county residents to apply for an unrestricted permit upon completing a (3) hour safety course.

Sheriff Moss is the current president of the New York State Sheriff’s Association. He also serves as the Chairman of the Chemung County Traffic Safety Board, serves on the board of directors of the New York State Association of Counties and the Arctic League as well as past President of the Chemung County Family Services Executive Board. In his spare time, Sheriff Moss enjoys spending time with his family, as well as hunting and fishing.

Sheriff Moss possesses a Master’s Degree in Public Administration from Marist College, a Bachelor’s Degree in Human Services from SUNY Empire and is also a graduate of the F.B.I. National Academy, Session 200.

Assemblyman Kieran Michael Lalor, a former teacher at Our Lady of Lourdes in Poughkeepsie, is a Marine Corps veteran of Operation Iraqi Freedom and a frequent guest on the Fox News Channel. Lalor is of counsel to the law firm Gaines, Novick, Ponzini, Cossu & Venditti. He is a graduate of John Jay High School, Providence College and Pace Law School and lives in Fishkill with his wife Mary Jo and their four young children Katie, Riley, Mikey and Kieran Jr..

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On Friday, August 8, 2014 4:37 PM, Town Supervisor Susanne Donnelly wrote:


    The Volunteer-Spirited Town

Town Board Regular Meeting


Tuesday, August 12th, 2014- 7:30PM, Birdsall-Fagan Police/Court Facility

86-88 Spring Street

Ossining, New York 10562

2014 Budget Resources
Line Item, Highlights, Facts & Figures
CGR Project Website -
Evaluation of Potential Government Structures
Town Board Archive: Publications and Videos from Town Board meetings, including Approved Minutes.
Residents can also contact the Town Board by email
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Legislative meetings of the Ossining Town Council are held on the 2nd and 4th Tuesday of every month at the Birdsall-Fagan Police/Court Facility, 86-88 Spring Street, Ossining. All meetings are open to the public; public comments are welcome at the legislative board meetings.
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Contact:  Jessica Proud (914) 438-5325                    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Statement from Campaign of New York 
Gubernatorial Candidate Rob Astorino
August 9, 2014
"Governor Andrew Cuomo and his surrogates are promoting an inaccurate storyline in an attempt to deflect attention away from the Moreland Scandal. They are preposterously attempting to equate a federal criminal investigation with a simple deposition. They should be ashamed of themselves.   
"Andrew Cuomo is being actively investigated for possible obstruction of justice. Rob Astorino is being deposed over a First Amendment issue arising from a housing case settled by his predecessor.  
"The U.S. Attorney is investigating whether Governor Cuomo and top aides steered corruption probes away from funders and political allies, and whether they failed to hand over evidence of possible criminal activity by political allies to law enforcement authorities when the Moreland Commission was abruptly shuttered by Mr. Cuomo.
"County Executive Astorino is being deposed over a federal housing settlement signed by his predecessor, current Cuomo aide Andrew Spano. Westchester is in complete compliance with the terms of the settlement -- indeed, it is ahead of schedule -- yet the federal government is demanding things that were not in the 2009 agreement. Mr. Astorino has made public statements about that overreach, as is his First Amendment right.  The deposition was requested by a HUD housing monitor in an attempt to muzzle Mr. Astorino's criticism of Washington bureaucracy overstepping its Constitutional boundaries.
"Mr. Cuomo has retained a criminal defense attorney in the Moreland case and refuses to address details of the investigation. Rob Astorino will talk passionately about his First Amendment case with anyone interested. This is yet another Cuomo ruse." --Jessica Proud, Spokeswoman, Astorino for Governor

August 10, 2014
In case you missed it, here's great video from Newsday of Republican Congressional candidate Bruce Blakeman demanding that Democrat Kathleen Rice come forward and answer questions about her role in Andrew Cuomo's Moreland Commission scandal. 

So far, Rice has refused to comment.

You can check out the video here:

The Island Now also weighed in, and demanded that Rice break her silence in an editorial last week. 

Here's the piece:

Our Views: Rice must break her silence
The Island Now
Thursday, August 7

With each passing day the news gets worse for the Moreland Commission. The short-lived panel created by Gov. Andrew Cuomo to investigate corruption in state government is mired in accusations that it may itself have been corrupted.
And now Nassau County District Attorney Kathleen Rice, a co-chair of the commission, is being pressed to make public what she may know about the governor's alleged efforts to block the panel's efforts to investigate political groups that had close ties to his office.
The commission was created in July 2013 and was abruptly disbanded by the governor in March without explanation. It's safe to assume that neither the governor nor the members of the panel believe that the problem of corruption in state government had been solved.
 U.S. Attorney Preet Bharara has been investigating the shutdown of the commission since April.
Rice withdrew from the panel in January when she announced that she was running for Congress.  
Her opponent in the congressional race, Republican Bruce Blakeman, is calling on Rice to release any emails relating to her time on the commission.
 "In our search for the truth, we're asking Nassau County District Attorney Kathleen Rice ... to break her silence and tell the public what she knew," he said. "If Kathleen Rice knew that crimes were being committed or at the very least allegations of unethical conduct, she as a prosecutor had an absolute, non-delegable legal obligation to disclose that conduct immediately to the state attorney general or the United States attorney. She did neither."
Eric Phillips, a spokesman for the Rice campaign, said his boss can't comment because it might interfere with Bharara's investigation.
How convenient.  
The stench from Moreland commission has reached all the way to Long Island, but nobody will know nuthin' at least until after the November elections.
Although no finger has been pointed at Rice (except perhaps Blakeman's) the investigative reports in the News York Times have been deeply disturbing.  
At the very least Rice should break her silence and say whether or not the commission that she co-chaired operated with integrity and without interference from the very man who appointed her to that commission.  
Was she proud of the panel and the work it did?

August 11, 2014
Bob Antonacci Invites You Out to the Ballpark
Contact: Brian Renna
Bob Antonacci invites you out to ballparks all across New York State. Come share an All-American past-time with the next Comptroller of New York State!

TUE August 12th - 7pm - Rochester Red Wings
WED August 13th - 7pm - Binghamton Mets
THU August 14th - 7pm - Brooklyn Cyclones
FRI August 15th - 7pm - Staten Island Yankees
TUE August 19th - 7pm - Buffalo Bisons
WED August 20th - 7pm - Jamestown Jammers
MON August 25th - 7pm - Tri City AlleyCats
TUE August 26th - 7pm - Hudson Valley Renegades
WED August 27th - 7pm - Batavia Muck Dogs
THU August 28th - 7pm - Syracuse Chiefs


August 11, 2014
Cox: This is what desperation looks like
Contact: David Laska
ALBANY...NYGOP Chair Ed Cox today released the following statement in response to the Democratic Party's ludicrous attacks on Rob Astorino:

"This is what desperation looks like: as the US Attorney leads a federal criminal investigation into Andrew Cuomo's corruption of his own corruption commission, Cuomo, hiding behind his surrogates, is promoting the ridiculous narrative that Rob Astorino's simple deposition with the federal housing monitor regarding Westchester County's dispute with HUD, Andrew Cuomo's old stomping grounds, is comparable. It's not. That's why the spotlight of the national political media is focused on the ever-expanding scope of Cuomo's scandal. New Yorkers know nonsense when the see it, and they aren't buying what Cuomo is peddling."


Contact: Westchester Legislator Ken Jenkins / / (914) 262-3629



Legislator Jenkins Terminates SPI Lawsuit


Introduces Legislation to Lease Playland

To a Central Amusements / Standard Amusements Partnership


Partnership would invest $25M in iconic park, pay County over $3M annual rent


White Plains, NY Westchester County Legislator Ken Jenkins (D-Yonkers) announced today that the lawsuit challenging the management agreement between Westchester County and Sustainable Playland, Inc. (SPI) has been terminated. 


Jenkins also announced that he has introduced legislation to lease the Playland amusement area to a partnership comprised of Central Amusements and Standard Amusements, the two remaining respondents to the proposal to reinvent Playland, which was issued by County Executive Astorino in 2010. The proposed legislation will be referred to committee at the next regular meeting of the Westchester County Board of Legislators (BOL) on September 8, 2014, after it was held over at the last BOL meeting on August 4, 2014 by Minority Leader John Testa (R-Peekskill).


Yonkers attorney Evan Inlaw represented Jenkins and entered into an agreement to terminate the legal action after receiving a copy a letter, which is attached to this press release, from SPI to County Executive Astorino, noting that the not-for-profit organization was exercising its right to terminate the Asset Management Agreement it had signed with Westchester County to revitalize Playland.


“Filing a lawsuit was the only option after County Executive Astorino entered into the management agreement with Sustainable Playland without the approval of the Board of Legislators, which is required for any County contract that exceeds five years,” said Jenkins. “The SPI agreement crumbled under the scrutiny of the Board of Legislators’ review process.  The truth, though, is that this management agreement should have never been authorized by the Board of Acquisition and Contract in the first place without the approval of the Board of Legislators.”


The proposed legislation that Jenkins has introduced to enter into a lease agreement to operate the Playland amusement area with Central Amusements and Standard Amusements is modeled on the County’s lease with the Children’s Museum to operate at Playland, which was adopted unanimously by the BOL after being vetoed by County Execute Astorino. 


The combined talents of these two world-class amusement operators and their confirmed investment of $25 million into Playland with a guaranteed minimum payment to Westchester County is a win-win-win situation for this great park’s future and the county’s taxpayers,” said Jenkins. “I am hopeful that this legislation can be considered and adopted in time to positively impact the 2015 County Budget.” 

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George Pataki Has Endorsed Dr. Terrence Murphy 
New York State Senate
NY Governor Says Murphy's Experience As "Outstanding Public Official" Makes Him
Man For The Job
This morning at Peekskill City Hall, former New York Governor George Pataki endorsed
Yorktown's Dr. Terrence Murphy for the New York State Senate's 40th

Governor Pataki said, "When I went to Albany, I had two very strong things going for me: I had been in local government and I had the experience of being a small business owner.  Terrence Murphy shares these same experiences and that is why I am proudly endorsing him to be the next State Senator from this district."

Governor Pataki continued, "Terrence is an outstanding public official.  As a small
business owner he knows that it's the growth of small businesses that generate
the jobs this state needs."

Said Dr. Murphy, "Today is a great day for this campaign. Words alone cannot express
my gratitude to the last great governor of New York, George Pataki. His calm,
wise and humble leadership is something sorely lacking in Albany. I look forward
to emulating the Governor when I take my record of cutting taxes and growing
jobs to the Senate to represent the great people of the 40th district."

Anthony Bazzo
Member since Mar, 2014

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