Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Bazzomanifesto Update 10/22/15: 11 Topics In Today's blog

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1)  Check Out Peekskillpost.net:
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2) Does Sean Patrick Maloney Support Barack Obama’s Veto Threat of Defense Bill?

3) PRESS RELEASE] Yorktown GOP candidates declare debate victory

4) Will Sean Patrick Maloney Speak Up For Pay Raises for Our Troops?

5) Rep. Maloney: “Castle Point is Not Closing. Period.”

6) It was a wonderful evening with "Saving Lincoln"

7) alt.timers @ IBeam, Brooklyn, NY This Friday, Oct. 23rd at 8:30pm

8) [Fall Safety] Putnam Westchester

9) Today @ 7:30pm - Maloney to Hold Telephone Town Hall on Transportation and Infrastructure Priorities for the Hudson Valley

10) Maloney Statement on Recent Violence in Israel

11) You're Invited to the Lincoln Depot Museum's Inaugural Reception Fundraiser 11/07/15

12) 12 Grapes: Dinner Deals and Live Music that can't be beat!

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On Tuesday, October 20, 2015 9:53 AM, NRCC Communications wrote:


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For Immediate Release
October 20, 2015
Contact: Press Office
 
Does Sean Patrick Maloney Support Barack Obama’s Veto Threat of Defense Bill?
 
WASHINGTON – With President Barack Obama threatening to veto the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), will Sean Patrick Maloney stand up for military families by calling on the president to stand down? The president is threatening to veto the legislation “as part of a larger budget debate” that is unrelated to military personnel and their families. The budget discussion is a rouse for the president considering the current NDAA budget and President Obama’s budget both land at $612 billion.
 
“Sean Patrick Maloney needs to publicly call on President Obama to stand down on his veto threat to a bill that has been signed into law for over 50 years in a row,” said NRCC Communications Director Katie Martin. “The last thing our brave soldiers and their families should be worried about is whether or not their Commander in Chief is playing politics with their livelihood.”
 
Later today, Speaker John Boehner will formally sign the bipartisan NDAA, which passed the House and Senate earlier this month.  Once the bill is presented to President Obama he will have a ten day window in which to review and act on the bill.
 
The NDAA is critical in ensuring that the men and women of our military and their families receive the funding they have rightfully earned. It also includes a pay raise for military personnel, provides new protections for victims of military sexual assaults and includes suicide prevention services.    
 
The NDAA passed the House of Representatives by a vote of 270 to 156.  It passed the Senate by a vote of 70 to 27. 
 
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On Tuesday, October 20, 2015 1:17 PM, Yorktown GOP wrote:

 
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Oct 20, 2015
Contact: 914-488-4467
 
AT DEBATE, PRO-BUSINESS CANDIDATES
WIN THE NIGHT

L-R: During the October 19 candidate's debate at the Yorktown Stage, Ed Lachterman, Susan Siegel, Ilan Gilbert and Tom Diana discuss the local economy, with Lachterman and Diana presenting their vision for a pro-business way forward, opposed by Siegel and Gilbert, who remained silent on their own plans.
 
YORKTOWN HEIGHTS, NY - Republican candidates in this years' local election are declaring victory in last night's debate, after having challenged their opponents to the debate in the first place. Observers agree this was the first time in several years that the Republican candidates seemed to get the better of their erstwhile opponents for nearly all of a debate.
 
Yorktown Republican Town Committee Chairman Matt Slater said, "The debate demonstrated a clear difference between the candidates running for town board. Councilman Tom Diana and Ed Lachterman were the only candidates to provide any sense of vision and direction for the town of Yorktown. The favorite word of their counterparts was simply 'no.' The victors of tonight's debate are clear and the Republican Party is proud to have Councilman Diana and Mr. Lachterman carry our banner across the finish line on Election Day."
 
The debate, held at the Yorktown Stage, was sponsored by the Yorktown Chamber of Commerce and featured mostly business-centric questions along with several questions proposed by audience members. Even the candidates on stage agreed that Lachterman dominated the debate performance, and Councilman Diana also acquitted himself well relative to the other candidates on stage.
 
Lachterman suggested recreating the Yorktown IDA and passing a 485-b business investment tax credit could help to reduce lease rates and end storefront vacancies. He also agreed with the vision Councilman Diana laid out for "getting Yorktown out of the real estate business" by creating Depot Square and relocating the highway garage. Diana said this would not only return the property to the tax rolls, create a parkland greenway and a sustainable revenue stream, but also save taxpayer money by increasing efficiencies, which could then be returned to residential taxpayers in the form of tax cuts.
 
Slater noted that in one breath, Democratic candidate Susan Siegel tried to take credit for past GOP-majority driven successes such as Costco and the JV Mall, while saying that she did not believe "creating jobs was a core function of government." Even her running mate, Ilan Gilbert, disagreed with Siegel's assessment that government has no responsibility to create a hospitable business climate that creates local jobs.
 
Gilbert stumbled when questioned if he would support the proposal to pass the 485-b business investment tax credit, claiming the tax credit already existed, while not realizing it was set at 0% by the town board. Neither he nor Siegel offered any solutions of their own during the event for improving the local economy, ending storefront vacancies or lowering taxes, although they did say they opposed the Republican's proposals.  

With such a one-sided overall performance, the Yorktown GOP has taken to declaring victory at the debate, Slater said.
 
"Tonight the Yorktown Republican slate showed businesses that we mean business," he said. "We need leaders, not regulators. The debate established the people to lead Yorktown forward are Ed Lachterman and Councilman Tom Diana."

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On Wednesday, October 21, 2015 9:04 AM, NRCC Communications wrote:

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For Immediate Release
October 21, 2015
Contact: Press Office
 
Will Sean Patrick Maloney Speak Up For Pay Raises for Our Troops?
 
WASHINGTON – With President Barack Obama threatening to veto the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA), will Sean Patrick Maloney tell the president to stop playing politics with our military personnel’s paychecks? In addition to authorizing funding for the United States Armed Forces, the NDAA also includes a 1.3 percent pay raise for our troops.  Is Maloney's loyalty to President Obama stronger than his loyalties to the brave men and women of our military?
 
“If Sean Patrick Maloney truly believes that the men and women of our Armed Forces deserve pay raises, then he should publicly call on President Obama to sign the NDAA into law,” stated NRCC Communications Director Katie Martin. “Hopefully Sean Patrick Maloney agrees that some issues are too important for political gamesmanship including pay raises for our troops.”
 
The NDAA helps ensure that the men and women of our military have the resources they need to defend our nation abroad while also ensuring that their families receive the funding they have rightfully earned, including a 1.3 percent pay raise.  The bill passed the House and Senate with bipartisan support.  Bera represents 47,472 civilian veterans and 1,063 active members of the Armed Forces and their families in the House of Representatives.
 
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For Immediate Release                                                                              CONTACT:
October 19, 2015                                                                            Alex Miller,
202-225-5441 
Rep. Maloney: “Castle Point is Not Closing. Period.”
 
Maloney Demanded Assurance from Dept. of Veterans Affairs that No Closures or Downsizing Will Occur
 
Hosted Veterans Advisory Board Meeting to Discuss Issues Important to Local Veterans
 
 
Wappingers Falls, NY – Today, Representative Sean Patrick Maloney (NY-18) hosted a meeting of his Veterans’ Advisory Board where he announced that he had received personal assurances from Veterans Administration Secretary Robert McDonald that Castle Point is not closing or downsizing. After the closure of an out-of-date unit at the VA Castle Point campus sparked concerns among veterans and their families, Representative Maloney spoke with local VA Hudson Valley Healthcare System leadership, and was assured that Castle Point would not be closing.

However, later public comments from the VA Hudson Valley Healthcare System which appeared in publications including The Times Herald Record and The Poughkeepsie Journal stated that it would be ‘inappropriate’ to speculate about closure, and that Castle Point would ‘continue to look for ways to improve efficiencies.’ The perceived lack of commitment renewed fears in the Hudson Valley that Castle Point would soon close, even prompting one editorial board to write a piece entitled, “Vets need a promise Castle Point will stay”.

“As the son of a Navy veteran myself, I know first-hand how worrisome comments like these are to veterans and their families. That is why I demanded a personal assurance from the Veterans Administration that Castle Point will stay open. Castle Point is more than just buildings and beds – it is life-line and a home for brave men and women who served our nation. That’s why I am glad to report once and for all that Castle Point is not closing. Period.”

Rep. Maloney’s letter to the Department of Veterans Affairs and their response can be found here. In addition to these official letters, Rep. Maloney spoke directly with VA Secretary Robert McDonald who reiterated the VA’s commitment.
Rep. Maloney’s Veterans Advisory Board is composed of a diverse cross section of the Hudson Valley’s current and retired service members who discuss issues facing the veterans’ community. Maloney was also joined by Interim Associate Director for the VA Hudson Valley Healthcare System Bob Lana, Associate Director of Patient Care Services for the VA Hudson Valley Healthcare System Maureen Schneider, and Public Affairs Officer for the VA Hudson Valley Healthcare System Jason Tudor.

Rep. Maloney’s Veterans Advisory Board is composed of a diverse cross section of the Hudson Valley’s current and retired service members who discuss issues facing the veterans’ community. Maloney was also joined by Interim Associate Director for the VA Hudson Valley Healthcare System Bob Lana, Associate Director of Patient Care Services for the VA Hudson Valley Healthcare System Maureen Schneider, and Public Affairs Officer for the VA Hudson Valley Healthcare System Jason Tudor.
 
 
 
Alex MillerCommunications Director
Office of U.S. Representative Sean Patrick Maloney (NY-18)
1529 LHOB | WASHINGTON, D.C. 20515 | p: 202.225.5441 | F: 202.225.3289 | C: 202.768.6817

Alex.miller3@mail.house.gov
 

 
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Thank you to all that attended the showing of Saving Lincoln this past Saturday. It was a great crowd and everyone enjoyed the story and the unique way it was told and filmed. Plus, they loved the venue and the atmosphere for watching the movie. If you missed it we will be showing it again in the future. We can also arrange private groups screenings of the film.
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City Skyline

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Denman Maroney, prepared piano

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Bob Meyer, drums & cymbals

Alt.timers plays tunes in layers of time. Call it cubist jazz. In most music you relate to a beat. In ours you pick a beat to relate to. Pick another, and your perspective changes. In regular harmony, a chord sounds different if the intervals are inverted. In our temporal harmony or relative time, the same happens with rhythm. This is natural. Stars, planets, and moons keep separate but related times—the music of the spheres—as do clouds, waves, birds, arms, legs, eyes, ears, lungs, hearts, and minds. And we think we keep time by our watches! No; we keep alternate times.

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For Planning Purposes Only                                                                              CONTACT:
October 20, 2015                                                                            Alex Miller,
202-225-5441 
Maloney to Hold Telephone Town Hall on Transportation and Infrastructure Priorities for the Hudson Valley
 
Washington, DC – As the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee’s  Surface Transportation Reauthorization and Reform Act of 2015 (STRRA) is set to be evaluated , Representative Sean Patrick Maloney (NY-18) will host a telephone town hall to discuss transportation priorities Wednesday, October 21st at 7:30pm. Rep. Maloney is a member of the Transportation and Infrastructure Committee, and has been fighting to get major legislative measures to help the Hudson Valley included in the bill. Maloney has been fighting to improve the heavily trafficked roads and bridges in the Hudson Valley, improve passenger safety on railroads, and increase safety measures at dangerous railroad grade crossings. These local priorities will improve the Hudson Valley’s infrastructure, grow the economy, and enhance the safety of commuters and travelers in New York.
 
Tens of thousands of residents from the 18th Congressional District will receive an invitation by telephone to participate in the conference call on Monday evening. Constituents in the 18th district can request an invitation in the following ways:
 
·                    Emailing their name and complete phone number to ny18townhall@mail.house.gov
·                    Calling Rep. Maloney’s Washington office at 202-225-5441 before 7:30pm on Wednesday
·                    Calling participant toll free number at 7:30pm on Wednesday at 888-410-3427
·                    Visiting Rep. Maloney’s website to sign up
 
Participants will also be given the opportunity to leave a message with their questions or comments at the end of the call. For those unable to participate in the telephone town hall, questions or concerns can be sent to Representative Maloney by calling any of his offices in New York or Washington, by visiting his website at http://seanmaloney.house.gov, connecting with Rep. Maloney on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/repseanmaloney, or following him on Twitter at https://twitter.com/RepSeanMaloney.
 
 
 
 
Alex MillerCommunications Director
Office of U.S. Representative Sean Patrick Maloney (NY-18)
1529 LHOB | WASHINGTON, D.C. 20515 | p: 202.225.5441 | F: 202.225.3289 | C: 202.768.6817

Alex.miller3@mail.house.gov
 

 
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For Immediate Release                                                                               CONTACT:
October 20, 2015                                                                           Alex Miller,
202-225-5441 
Maloney Statement on Recent Violence in Israel
 
Washington, DC — Today, Representative Sean Patrick Maloney (NY-18) released the following statement on the recent violence in Israel:
 
“The recent acts of terror and violence against innocent Israelis are appalling, and it is past time that Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas condemn these attacks and take steps to stop the bloodshed.  Israel is our eternal friend and ally, and the United States will stand with and support the continued security of Israel. My prayers are with the innocent victims of these attacks and their families.”
 
 
 
 
Alex MillerCommunications Director
Office of U.S. Representative Sean Patrick Maloney (NY-18)
1529 LHOB | WASHINGTON, D.C. 20515 | p: 202.225.5441 | F: 202.225.3289 | C: 202.768.6817

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The LDM will be holding its Inaugural Reception on Saturday, November 7, 2015. It will be our major fundraiser of the year and we hope you will join us. There will be a wide selection of choice dishes from many of Peekskill's outstanding restaurants and related establishments. You will enjoy live entertainment and be able participate in a silent auction.

If you cannot attend, any support would be greatly appreciated, or perhaps you would like to be a sponsor. Help us celebrate a very successful first year and ensure a better 2016!

 
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