Monday, June 01, 2015

Bazzomanifesto Update 06/01/15: 6 Topics In Today's blog



2) News from Senator Murphy: May 29, 2015

3) Your HomeActions News for Friday, May 29, 2015

4) Town Of Ossining: Town Hall Meeting- Tuesday, June 2nd, 2015 at 7:30PM


6) Astorino: Statement on former Governor Pataki Entering Presidential Race

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Mahopac, NY (6/1/15) -- Carmel Town Board Member Suzi McDonough today unveiled an introductory video to personally set the framework for her exploratory campaign and what would be a positive, grassroots campaign.
Suzi has launched an exploratory campaign for the 94th NYS Assembly District. The 94th Assembly District includes portions of Westchester and Putnam counties.
Suzi has lived in Mahopac, a hamlet of Carmel, for over 50 years. She graduated from Mahopac High School and a few years later married the love of her life, Jimmy McDonough. Together, Suzi and Jimmy owned and operated successful businesses in the Hudson Valley and have five amazing children.
The 94th Assembly District elections will occur in 2016.
Suzi McDonough, in part, says, “I’m considering a campaign to be your next State Assemblywoman and I wanted to take a moment to introduce myself.
I have been blessed to live in Mahopac (Carmel) for over 50 years. I graduated from Mahopac High School and a few years later married the love of my life. Together, Jimmy and I owned and operated successful businesses in the Hudson Valley.  We started our family and have five amazing children.
I am pro life, pro second amendment and a solid fiscal conservative. Putnam and Westchester families deserve a respected conservative voice in Albany to watch out for our families, our communities and our state. And if elected, I would be honored to be that voice…”
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HUDSON VALLEY'S HIPPEST TOWN For several weeks now,, the website of the Journal News, has been hosting a contest to find the hippest town or city in the Hudson Valley. It started out with sixteen entrants, and sure enough, our very own Peekskill made it into the elite eight, then the final four, and it is now in the top two against Yonkers.
We need your support to put Peekskill over the top! Help me and my friend Mayor Frank Catalina vote Peeksill for lohud's hippest town! We know the 40th Senate District is home to the hippest town.

If we win, I think my friend Yonkers Council President Liam McLaughlin should buy drinks at Peekskill Brewery! You can vote for Peekskill by clicking the link here.
Senate passes mandate relief bill 
This week we passed a bill to help control property tax increases by preventing large unfunded mandates from affecting municipal and school district budgets. The bill, which I cosponsored, would require the state to fund costly mandated programs or services, instead of placing the burden on local governments and property taxpayers.

State mandated programs place taxpayers and local officials in the position of paying for services that they do not control. When the state sets local priorities and forces municipal taxing decisions by mandating services, programs, and standards, many local governments and school districts are put in acutely difficult fiscal situations. 

Mandate relief initiatives allow localities to pass on savings to taxpayers through reduced property taxes. I'm still a fervent believer in the three Ms of mandate relief: Medicaid, MS-4, and the MTA payroll tax, and I am working to rid us of each of them. But we must not forget that mandates come not only from laws enacted by the legislature, but also by administrative rules made by unaccountable state agencies, which is why passing this initiative was so important.
Valhalla Memorial Day Parade
We stood together to honor the memory of those that came before us and made the ultimate sacrifice in defense of liberty at home and abroad.
Lewisboro Memorial Day Parade
I stand in awe of all of our heroes, like my friend and Lewisboro Councilman, Colonel Frank Kelly. Thank you for your service.
Westchester Exceptional Children's School Visit
Do we need anymore evidence that the unfair school funding formula which shortchanges the Hudson Valley must be fixed? The Westchester Exceptional Children's School is truly that, exceptional. They help children in six counties in New York and Connecticut with autism, handicaps and those that are medically fragile. Education is an investment with unlimited dividends.
Mrs. Green's Natural Market ESL Graduation
Congratulations to all of the English as a Second Language graduates! Everyone is proud of all of your hard work and dedication.
Meeting Italy's Consul General
This week we got to meet Natalia Quintavalle, the Consul General of Italy in New York. Piacere di conoscerla!
League of Women Voters Shadow Senators
This week the League of Women Voters arranged for three outstanding young students from our district to shadow me around at the Capitol. Each of them were bright reminders of why I am fighting each and every day to fix the unfair funding formula that penalizes Hudson Valley Schools and to pass the Common Core Parental Refusal Act!
Carpenters Work Hard for Us!
Great to see my friends from the Northeast Regional Council of Carpenters in Albany! We go way back, all the way to my first race for the Town Board! I've always appreciated their hard work and support, but even more so, their friendship.
Introducing New York Presbyterian-Hudson Valley Hospital Center 
Hudson Valley Hospital Center in Cortlandt is now part of New York-Presbyterian Healthcare System. I met with CEO John Federspiel and the new Board of Trustees to discuss how as a member of the Senate Health Committee, we can work together to greatly improve patient services, satisfaction and the quality of care at HVHC under the new administration.

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Greetings, . Here are your articles for Friday, May 29, 2015

Against the Tide: The Argument for Clutter

My wife and I frequently comment about how barren those new multimillion-dollar condos in Manhattan look when we see those ads with only sofa, a coffee table, and maybe a sideboard in the living room and nothing else. While most of us seem possessed with decluttering, especially when it comes time to sell our homes, some would rather keep a house filled with all sorts of treasures. To read more click Full Article below.
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Ins and Outs, Ups and Downs, and Over Driveways

My new seller client had given me the address of a home he renovated and wanted to sell on a mountaintop in Putnam County and, before our meeting, I decided to do a drive-by and take a photograph of the exterior for my listing presentation. Click on Full Article below to read how my hair-raising visit got me thinking about driveways.
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Yes -- You Can Challenge Your Property Tax

It is possible to challenge your property taxes and end up paying less. But an appeal must be well-researched and in accordance with local regulations for it to succeed. Click the full article right below here to get started.
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How to Fight Allergies -- Even on the Inside

In homes large or small, indoor allergens can quickly overpower your sense of relaxation. Click the full article right below here to see handy ways to keep these particulates at bay without resorting to costly or time-consuming techniques.
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PMI: Why You Need It and How to Get Rid of It

It’s often seen as a necessary evil in order to buy a house, but click the full article right below here to learn how you can get rid of it.
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Wallpaper Makes a Return to Home Decorating

Have you ever wondered if there was something you could do to break up large expanses of the same color on your walls without much additional work or expense? Click the full article right below here to discover one simple design trick that can give your room some pop.
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Get To Know Your Neighborhood

Get the inside scoop on your neighborhood--or any neighborhood--and see data about everything from schools to household income. It all starts by clicking the Full Article link below.
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Local Entertainment And Events Calendar

You’ll always know where the fun’s going on with our interactive local events calendar featuring social sharing, images, videos and ticket links. Click Full Article below to see what's happening or to add your own local events.
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On Friday, May 29, 2015 2:20 PM, Town Supervisor Susanne Donnelly wrote:


    The Volunteer-Spirited Town


Our Next Town Hall Meeting will be held on:
Tuesday, June 2nd, 2015
Ossining Public Library, 7:30PM
Discussions on:
1) Community Choice Aggregation for the Unincorporated Area of the Town of Ossining
2) Presentation: Infrastructure Projects in the Town of Ossining- Paul Fraioli & Andy Tiess
However, as always, these are your meetings!
Please come and ask any and all questions you may have for the Town Board. 

2015 Budget Resources
Line Item, Highlights, Facts & Figures
    Residents can also contact the Town Board by phone at 762-6001.
    Susanne Donnelly:
    Eric P. Blaha:
    Geoffrey Harter:
    Kim Jeffrey:
    Northern Wilcher:
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    Susanne Donnelly
    Eric P. Blaha
    Council Member 
    Geoffrey J. Harter
    Council Member 
    Kim Jeffrey
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    On Monday, June 1, 2015 10:01 AM, Michael Mulraney wrote:

    Contact: Tara Keegan, 845-628-3781 ,
                Assemblyman Steve Katz (R,C-Yorktown) is calling on the state Legislature to ban the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) from selling New Yorkers’ private information to the highest bidders. The DMV allegedly made $60 million from the sale of such data last year.
                “This is a gross violation of privacy,” Katz said. “The DMV shouldn’t be profiting off of information we are legally required to give them. This information should be used solely for services such as safety recalls. We don’t know who is purchasing this information, if there is a bidding process, or what they’re using this information for. This has to stop. In our last dozen or so days left in Albany , this has to be an issue that gets resolved before we adjourn for the year.”
                To sign the petition urging Albany to prohibit these sales, please visit Katz is currently reviewing all legislative options available, including signing onto or introducing his own legislation to deal with this pressing issue. 

    On Monday, June 1, 2015 10:20 AM, Westchester County Executive Rob Astorino wrote:

    CONTACT: Jessica Proud (914) 438-5325

    Statement from County Executive Astorino on Former Governor Pataki 
    Entering Presidential Race
    June 1, 2015
    "Westchester County is enormously proud to see native-son Governor George E. Pataki entering the race for president.  This marks the second Westchesterite to enter this year's presidential contest.

    "Governor Pataki has an extraordinary record of public service, and his deeply-held commitment to environmental conservationism in particular, akin to that of another New York Republican, President Theodore Roosevelt, will greatly enhance the Republican primary debate.

    "On behalf of the entire County of Westchester, I wish Governor Pataki godspeed in his pursuit of the Oval Office. He makes his home county proud."  









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