Wednesday, August 13, 2014

Bazzomanifesto Update 08/13/14: 14 Topics In Today's blog


1) Headlines: Yorktown Daily Voice: 'Stop Common Core' Ballot Line Petitions Filed Tuesday
2) Headlines: Yorktown Daily Voice: Yorktown Judge Raniolo Announces Re-Election Bid
3) Headlines: Yorktown Daily Voice: Peekskill Approves Resolution To Urge Review Of Pipeline Safety
4) Headlines: The Journal News :Tax Watch: Cortlandt to re-bid foreclosed properties
5) Ed Ciffone on the Watchdog Report - YouTube
6) Two new developments proposed for Route 202 area
7) Press Release: Dr. Terrence Murphy Calls for Additional Hearings For Proposed Pipeline Project
8) 49-41
9) ICYMI: Politico - Cuomo's Slo-Mo Disaster
10) Governor signs Galef/Carlucci Bill Simplifying Absentee Ballot Process
11) You're Invited: An Evening of Wine and Cigars with the NYGOP 08/14/14
12) Press Release: Cong. Candidate Di iorio in Israel, Updated
13) Cox: Hypocrisy, thy name is Cuomo, Senate Democrats
14) Has Kathleen Rice Lawyered Up?
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Headlines: Yorktown Daily Voice: 'Stop Common Core' Ballot Line Petitions Filed Tuesday

Headlines: Yorktown Daily Voice: Yorktown Judge Raniolo Announces Re-Election Bid

Headlines: Yorktown Daily Voice: Peekskill Approves Resolution To Urge Review Of Pipeline Safety

Headlines: The Journal News :Tax Watch: Cortlandt to re-bid foreclosed properties******************************************************************************************

Ed Ciffone on the Watchdog Report - YouTube
Dear member:

Please watch this video. On Wednesday August 27, 2014 the UTY BBQ will be held at my home at 6:30PM. My address is 2635 Dunning drive, fifth house on the right. If you come I am asking you to pay your yearly dues of $10.00. There will be forms to fill out and some benefits we have for you will be listed. Please bring a chair, we will provide the free food and soda, if you care for something stronger you can bring it with you. We will need nominations for UTY officers. If it rains it will be cancelled to another date. I will send you a reminder on a closer date to the BBQ.

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Citizens for an Informed Yorktown
Planning Board
August 11, 2014

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

1. Kitchawan Fire & Rescue Station
The fire company’s attorney indicated that the company had sufficient funds in its treasury to proceed with the construction of the station even though the recent bond issue was defeated.

2.Teatown Auxiliary Parking Lot/Public Hearing
The board opened and closed the hearing and reserved decision.

3. Crompond Terraces (Old Crompond Road)
The board reviewed a rezoning request on Old Crompond Road (to the east of Crompond Crossing) to permit the construction of 47,500 sf of office and retail space and 96 units of age oriented (55+) town houses.

4. CVS/Pharmacy (Crompond Road)
The board reviewed a preliminary plan for a 12,900 sf  CVS building and a standalone 2,500 sf bank building across from BJs and stretching back to Old Crompond Road that would be in front of the proposed new Crompond Terraces buildings discussed in item #3.

15. Costco FEIS
Acting chairman John Flynn outlined the process the board will follow for reviewing the multi volume document. The process, which will take place during board work sessions, is expected to take several months to complete. The meetings are open to the public, but neither the applicant or the public will be allowed to comment or ask questions during the discussions.  (Note:  work sessions are not televised.)

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For Immediate Release: August 12, 2014
Contact: TJ McCormack (818) 554-2566
Terrence Murphy Calls for Additional Hearings For Proposed Pipeline
Only Hudson Valley Hearing on 9/11 Offensive and Disrespectful
In a letter to the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission's (FERC) Chairman and
Commissioners , Yorktown Councilman and New York State Senate Candidate Dr.
Terrence Murphy called for additional public hearings regarding the proposed
Algonquin Pipeline Project.  FERC has issued the draft environmental impact
statement with the next step in the process being a series of public

Dr. Murphy said, "Having received the scheduled meetings I find it simply offensive for the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission to schedule a public hearing on September
11th.  This is an emotional day for all New Yorkers but especially for the
families of the Hudson Valley who have lost loved ones on that tragic

Other scheduled public meetings include:
  • Dedham,
    Massachusetts (Monday, September 8th)
  • Norwich,
    Connecticut (Tuesday, September 9th)
  • Danbury,
    Connecticut (Wednesday, September 10th)

"Considering the seriousness of the matter at hand, I believe additional meetings should be
allowed to ensure all residents can voice their concerns and gather more
information on the proposed project," Dr. Murphy continued.  "The fact of the
matter is we have been left with half truths which have caused people to become
very concerned and conflicted about this project.  Granting our residents the
opportunity to have an open dialogue is the very least FERC can provide in order
to ease the concerns of so many people."

This is not the first time Dr. Murphy has held FERC accountable to the residents of
the Hudson Valley.
 Earlier this year, Dr. Murphy echoed the call of Dutchess County Executive Marcus Molinaro and Putnam County Executive MaryEllen Odell against FERC's proposed capacity zones which was expected to increase utility costs by 10-18%.  The increase came on the heels of one of the coldest winters on record.

"FERC has a clear history of overlooking the residents of the Hudson Valley," Dr. Murphy
concluded.  "From trying to mandate the new capacity zones behind our backs, to
avoiding a proper public hearing regarding the proposed Algonquin Pipeline
project, FERC's lack of respect for our residents reinforces the danger of big
government's power."



Contact:  Jessica Proud (914) 438-5325                    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
New York--Aug. 11...The race for New York governor is now an eight-point contest -- 49-41 -- among New Yorkers aware of the unravelling scandal involving Governor Andrew Cuomo's Moreland Commission, the campaign of Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino and New York gubernatorial campaign today noted.
The U.S. Attorney is investigating the Cuomo Administration for possible obstruction of justice and other charges after reports broke that Mr. Cuomo and his surrogates steered corruption investigations away from Cuomo political allies.  
According to the latest Siena College Poll, released today, 49% of New Yorkers aware of the Moreland Scandal support Mr. Cuomo for re-election, while 41% support Mr. Astorino.  Remaining voters polled are still undecided which candidate they will support in November. For New Yorkers still unaware of the Moreland Scandal, Mr. Cuomo leads by a wider margin, according to Siena.  The poll is available here.
"We don't pay much attention to polls this early, but Siena does show what we are anecdotally noticing within the campaign: When people realize they were burned again by another Albany politician, they become quickly ready to throw Andrew Cuomo aside," said Astorino campaign spokeswoman Jessica Proud. "New Yorkers have been promised the moon by the likes of Andrew Cuomo before; they won't be  fooled twice."
Ms. Proud noted that the Moreland Scandal has been in the news for less than three weeks -- and in the dog days of summer when most people aren't paying attention to politics -- so many people will learning about Moreland for the first time when September rolls around.
"Andrew Cuomo is under 50% right now with the best educated voters in New York," she continued, "it will be our job to educate every voter about what Andrew Cuomo did with Moreland, and about the tax relief, ethics reforms, and job creation programs Rob Astorino will bring with him to Albany."

August 11, 2014
ICYMI: Politico - Cuomo's Slo-Mo Disaster
In case you missed it, Politico Magazine published a great piece about Andrew Cuomo and possible charges of obstruction of justice over the closure of the Moreland Commission on Corruption.

This is big. Give it a read and forward it to your friends.

Cuomo's Slo-Mo Disaster 
by Jeff Smith
August 10, 2014 

Andrew Cuomo is in serious trouble. Preet Bharara, the hard-charging U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York, has turned up the heat on his administration's alleged interference with an anti-corruption commission he appointed, and for the first time in the New York governor's four-year tenure, he's lost control of a situation. That's an awful feeling for any politician, but especially for one who so prizes control, and who prides himself on playing political chess while his opponents play checkers. It's the classic tale of a pol so consumed with avoiding a short-term image hit that he risked his long-term freedom. (I know the story well, because five years ago this week I lost control of a similar situation and ended up in prison for obstruction of justice.)

Let's examine the peril of Cuomo's predicament, which is far more serious than some believe. Few U.S. attorneys - particularly not the pugnacious Bharara - get into public pissing matches they intend to lose. And the stakes are high: Cuomo is one of the nation's most powerful governors and heir to the national liberal mantle that his father, former governor Mario Cuomo, assumed with his poetic 1984 "Tale of Two Cities" Democratic National Convention speech. Decades later, leading Democrats continue to appropriate the elder Cuomo's rhetoric; it was the basis for John Edwards 2008 presidential campaign as well as New York Mayor Bill de Blasio's triumphant 2013 mayoral bid - not to mention Sen. Elizabeth Warren's current stump speech. Based on that lineage and his "taming" of a formerly chaotic state capital by producing four on-time budgets, Cuomo the younger has been mentioned as a possible presidential candidate in 2016 (if Hillary Clinton doesn't run) or 2020 (if Hillary runs and loses).

But despite the passage of timely balanced budgets, New York State government isn't in great shape. Lately, more Albany politicians have gone on to prison than to higher office. Most of the cases involved bribery. In an attempt to reduce the influence of money in the New York capital - or, in the eyes of skeptics eying his $35 million war chest, appear as if he wanted to reduce said influence - Cuomo appointed the Moreland Commission to investigate politicians' unethical and illegal behavior. To demonstrate the gravity of his endeavor, he had state Attorney General Eric Schneiderman officially designate commissioners as deputy attorneys general, thereby granting them law-enforcement powers. But once the commission got started, the trail led to some of Cuomo's biggest funders.


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On Monday, August 11, 2014 5:32 PM, Sara Rubin wrote:

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:                                                                                 
CONTACT:  August 11, 2014                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Assemblywoman Sandy Galef (914) 450-4086
                 Mike Grubiak, Senator Carlucci’s Office (914) 391-8850

Governor signs Galef/Carlucci Bill
Bill will simplify absentee ballot acquisition process
Assemblywoman Sandy Galef and Senator David Carlucci are pleased to announce that their bill (A5065/S3553), signed today by the Governor (Chapter 289), simplifies the process of obtaining an absentee ballot. It will now be easier for registered voters who cannot be present at their polling place on Election Day to vote. The legislation is designed to accommodate commuters, who would likely spend most of the day away from their county of residence, and people who are primary care providers or have a physical disability.
Currently, absentee ballot applications for village elections are not uniform across the state, which could lead to confusion among voters when applying for absentee ballots. Laws governing village elections are different from those laws that govern general elections. The focus of this legislation is standardizing the application process so that registered voters can cast a ballot without the lengthy process that presently exists for village, but not general and primary elections. This legislation would amend the Village Election Law concerning the application and administration of absentee ballots to standardize the process so that voting in a village election would be identical to voting in other elections.
“We need to simplify the voting process” said Assemblywoman Galef. “As the law stands it is much harder for people to apply for an absentee ballot than it should be. Many people I represent commute far from home, or have difficulties leaving their home because they are caregivers, so we cannot expect that they can always vote at their polling place on Election Day. I have experienced this myself.”
Senator David Carlucci said, "We encourage everyone to go the polls and exercise their right to vote, but often that is not possible.  People work long hours, or fall ill, or go on vacation.  In those instances, or others, we want to make it as easy as possible.  This bill leads to a simplification of the process to enable more people to be involved in the democratic process."

August 12, 2014

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On Tuesday, August 12, 2014 11:12 AM, Nick for New York wrote: 
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For Immediate Release

Below: Nick Di iorio pictured, speaking with Rabbi Findal at Sderot Yeshiva. (full photo attached)

New York, New York - August 12, 2014 - Congressional candidate Nick Di iorio (NY-12) has spent the last three days in Israel meeting with individuals affected by the recent Israeli-Palestinian violence in order to better understand the effects of the violence as well as make evident his support of Israel.
Di iorio stated: "My support for Israel is stronger than ever and when elected to Congress, I will work to ensure the U.S. remains Israel's strongest ally."  He also met with Mayor Alon Davidi of Sderot which has been devastated by rocket attacks in recent days.  The Congressional candidate visited war victims at Soroka Hospital Sunday, and visited Sussya Yeshiva, a school near Be'er Sheva, in an effort to see first-hand the effects of war.  Di iorio listened to sobering stories of strife and violence endured by several war-torn communities.  When rockets and mortars are detected, communities typically have 10 seconds to find shelter. 

He also met with Rabbi Findal (see photo) at Sderot Yeshiva, a school approximately 200 yards from the Gaza border.  Israelis like Rabbi Findal say the U.S. can help by supporting the Iron Dome System (automated rocket and missile interception system).  This means the U.S. government can help ensure missile battery locations have enough projectiles to intercept however many rockets are sent into Israeli territory in order to protect civilians and soldiers.  Furthermore, the U.S. can support Israel by ensuring soldiers and hospitals have enough supplies to support their local communities and defend themselves from further violence.

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Nick Di iorio, a Republican, is the sole challenger running in New York's 12th Congressional District against longtime incumbent Carolyn Maloney.  Di iorio has also received support from members of the Independence Party, Libertarian Party, and Conservative Party.  The district includes the east side of Manhattan, western Queens, and Greenpoint in Brooklyn. More at:

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August 12, 2014
Cox: Hypocrisy, thy name is Cuomo, Senate Democrats
We thought you'd enjoy this letter to the editor from NYGOP Chair Ed Cox that ran in today's Journal News:

To the Editor:

State Sen. Terry Gipson needs to condemn Gov. Andrew Cuomo's use of campaign funds on criminal defense attorneys or admit that he's a hypocrite.
Last April, Senate Democrats proposed legislation that would "... explicitly prohibit the use of campaign funds to pay attorney's fees or other costs associated with criminal or civil litigation." Sen. Gipson co-sponsored the bill. At the time, Sen. Gipson said, "For too long unethical politicians have used their campaign accounts as personal ATMs and defrauded the public as a result."
Late last week, Andrew Cuomo announced he had retained the services of a high-profile defense lawyer in the ongoing investigation into his administration by the U.S. Attorney.
Cuomo intends to use money raised for his re-election campaign to cover his legal fees, an action that Gipson and Senate Democrats explicitly sought to outlaw.
Sen. Gipson's silence since Cuomo's announcement has been deafening. If Sen. Gipson and his fellow Democrats want real ethics reform, as they claim, why are they silent when their own governor engages in a practice they sought to criminalize?
Given the seriousness and the depth of the accusations made against the governor's office over interference with the Moreland Commission, Sen. Gipson must take a stand on this issue: Is it inappropriate for Andrew Cuomo to use campaign funds to pay for a criminal defense attorney, or was the bill co-sponsored by Sen. Gipson earlier last year more about election-year pandering than actual ethics reform?

Ed Cox
Chairman, New York Republican State Committee 

August 13, 2014
New York's former top ethics watchdog joins Blakeman in pursuing answers from silent congressional hopeful & Moreland Co-Chair Kathleen Rice...
How long can Kathleen go without accounting for her actions?
Contact: Matt Coleman                         
Bruce Blakeman, Republican-Independence-Conservative nominee for Congress in New York's Fourth Congressional District, continues to pursue answers from his opponent, Kathleen Rice, on her involvement in the Moreland Commission to Investigate Public Corruption that is now under federal-investigation by the U.S. Attorney for...public corruption.

In a letter to Ms. Rice, Mr. Blakeman's Ethics Counsel, David Grandeau - an expert on ethics who is also the former Executive Director of the New York State Lobbying Commission, asked several important questions that would allow the District Attorney to account for her role in the now-shuttered Moreland Commission to Investigate Public Corruption that she co-chaired.  Due to her involvement, Grandeau says Rice's "tenure as District Attorney and as a candidate for high office are under a cloud."

"As a sitting District Attorney and candidate for US Congress...[you] owe the public disclosure of your role as co-chair of the Commission, including any conflicts you had and how you handled those conflicts," Grandeau wrote Rice, while also seeking answers to simpler questions:

·         Has Kathleen Rice retained a criminal defense lawyer and, if so, who is paying for the attorney?

·         Did Kathleen Rice appear with a lawyer at her interview with the U.S. Attorney?

·         Is Kathleen Rice a cooperating defendant in the U.S. Attorney's investigation?

·         Did Kathleen Rice ask for, or was she offered, immunity?

·         What is the legal basis for Kathleen Rice's refusal to reveal and produce e-mails and other communications regarding her service as Co-Chair of the Moreland Commission?

·         Had Kathleen Rice, her representatives or her campaign have any conversations or any other communication(s) with any of her past or present campaign contributors about the Moreland Commission?

·         Has Kathleen Rice or her campaigns for Congress or District Attorney, in addition to her failed bid for State Attorney General, receive or solicit any donations from any target and/or witness under investigation by the Moreland Commission she co-chaired?

"There is no legal basis for your continued refusal to answer these rudimentary questions," Grandeau, a highly-regarded public ethics watchdog, wrote Rice.

"Ms. Rice is never at a loss for words when she is claiming credit, but now that her Moreland Commission has come under federal criminal scrutiny, she has taken a vow of silence.  Her hypocrisy speaks volumes," Grandeau later said.

Common Cause, the good government, non-partisan civic group, also objects to continued Moreland silence.  In a recent statement, the watchdog organization echoed Grandeau, saying that when it comes to officials speaking on what they knew and when they knew it regarding the Moreland Commission, it is only through an "ongoing public dialogue" that we can keep our elected officials accountable. (Source: Common Cause)

 Bruce Blakeman has unequivocally stated that voters in the Congressional race deserve to know about Rice's involvement with Moreland as its Co-Chair.  Additionally, Blakeman has repeatedly said that it "would not be ethical" for Rice to use her campaign funds to pay for a criminal defense attorney, nor utilize representation from someone who personally appears or whose firm appears in Nassau County criminal cases due to the inherent conflict of interest that would later arise.

The mounting negative opinions against Ms. Rice's stance of silence-at-all-costs continue to grow.  In fact, Blakeman & Grandau's call was also echoed by several newspapers in the past week.

The Island Now, Willison Times and New Hyde Park Courier published an editorial "Rice Must Break Her Silence" ridiculing the district attorney's refusal to tell us what she knows as "convenient."  (Source:, Editorial, August 7, 2014)

The papers wrote that "[t]he stench from the Moreland commission has reached all the way to Long Island... 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?" (Source:, Editorial, August 7, 2014)

For more than a decade, Mr. Grandeau was New York State's ethics watchdog as Executive Director of the New York State Lobby Commission - a bipartisan state commission responsible for the oversight, regulation and disclosure of the state's lobbying industry.  Mr. Grandeau has been well-cited in the media for his experienced, knowledgeable, impartial and unbiased knowledge of ethics in New York State.

The New York Times called Mr. Grandeau "arguably the only aggressive ethics enforcer in Albany" (Source: The New York Times, June 23, 2007) while Russ Haven from NYPIRG said "Grandeau was the most effective public integrity policeman on the beat...many say he was the best ever." (Source: NYPIRG)  A top attorney who represented clients targeted by the commission Grandeau led called him a "ferocious and unusually fearless in the pursuit of his investigations." (Source: Wall Street Journal.  October 31, 2011)

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