Monday, July 06, 2015

Bazzomanifesto Update 07/06/15: 3 Topics In Today's blog


1) Your HomeActions News for Friday, July 03, 2015

2) News from Senator Murphy: July 3, 2015

3) It's BBQ Time Again with Legislator Testa!

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Greetings, . Here are your articles for Friday, July 03, 2015

Vines Can Hide a Multitude of Sins ... Or Take Over

Recently I pondered an ugly fence confronting me upon removing a row of sickly hemlocks, pulled out by their roots, revealing a weather beaten stockade fence that separates the back of my property from another. It had fallen into disrepair with slats cracked and pieces missing here and there. Rather than replacing it at considerable expense, I thought of a more creative approach: that of hiding it with a fast-growing vine. Click on Full Article below to read more.
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Filtering Natural Light at Home to Create or Fit your Mood

You might expect that a column about window shades and blinds would be somewhat ordinary and, honestly, when I set out with the assignment, that’s what I thought I’d deliver to you. But, that’s before I got to know Anthony Viverito, a virtual sunburst of a personality who led me on an adventure of education that went far beyond achieving privacy or blocking light through your windows. Click on Full Article below to read what he said.
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Home Office Deduction: Two Conditions and Two Methods

If you operate even a small, part-time business from your home, there are two basic IRS conditions you must meet to get a tax break. Click the full article right below here for an intro to the rules.
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Strange But True! Weird Houses from Around the World

Extreme, tiny, whimsical and fantastic are many of the adjectives that can describe some of the strangest homes across the country and around the world. Click the Full Article right below here to discover some amazing houses right here in our backyard. 
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Special Video Report: IRAs Can Fit Into Almost Anyone's Retirement Plan

Individual retirement accounts, better known as IRAs, offer a unique way to put aside money for retirement while saving on taxes. Click on Full Article below to see the video about how these versatile retirement plans work.
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How to Decorate Your Home With Grandma's Antiques

The furniture and decorations you inherit from your grandparents are usually very sentimental but don’t always fit with the decor of your own home. Click the full article right below here to learn how you can incorporate your grandmother's antiques into your personal style.
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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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No. 28

Earlier today Governor Cuomo signed two pieces of my legislation that will rename portions of the state highway system and a bridge in honor of two Hudson Valley service members who died in the service of their nation.

I can think of no greater honor for my first bills to be signed by the Governor than those which pay tribute to the courage and sacrifice of two Hudson Valley heroes. Both Specialist David Fahey of Yorktown, and Marine Captain Eric Jones of Pound Ridge, paid the ultimate sacrifice while defending our great nation and state. This fourth of July we should make a point to remember the brave men and women serving overseas who remind us that freedom isn't free and we are blessed to have these courageous individuals defending our way of life.

A bridge on State Route 129 that crosses the New Croton Reservoir in the Town of Yorktown, Westchester County will be renamed the "Specialist David R. Fahey Jr. Memorial Bridge" (A.6613/S4495). Specialist Fahey, of Yorktown Heights, was deployed on combat operations to Afghanistan in 2010. On February 28, 2011, Specialist Fahey was killed by an improvised explosive device in Kandahar Province while serving with the 504th Military Police Battalion of the 42nd Military Police Brigade. The bridge is less than three miles from Specialist Fahey's childhood home.

A portion of State Route 137 in the Town of Pound Ridge, Westchester County will be renamed "Marine Captain Eric A. Jones Memorial Highway" (S.3820-A/A.7405). Captain Jones, of Pound Ridge, was a helicopter pilot killed in the line of duty on October 26, 2009 during a helicopter collision in Afghanistan. He was on his third deployment after serving two tours in Iraq. The portion renamed begins at the intersection of Westchester Avenue and State Route 137, continues in a generally southerly direction and terminates at the New York and Connecticut state boundary.

Dedication ceremonies are being planned for this fall. READ MORE
A Special Thank You
The Dannemora fugitives have been brought to justice. Another job well done by the men and women of law enforcement. Thank you to all involved in bringing these fugitives to justice, especially the New York State Police, and God bless all our first responders and their families.

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On Sunday, July 5, 2015 2:41 PM, County Legislator John G. Testa wrote:
Leg. Testa Annual BBQ 2015

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