Wednesday, December 23, 2015

Bazzomanifesto Update 12/23/15: 9 Topics In Today's blog

THIS BLOGS TOPICS:

1)  Check Out Peekskillpost.net: 
 http://www.peekskillpost.net/


2) Check Out Yorktown News:
https://www.tapinto.net/towns/Yorktown
New Bazzo Says Column: Who Really Created The Donald?
https://www.tapinto.net/towns/yorktown/columns/bazzo-says/articles/who-really-created-the-donald

3) Penny Lane Dancers Fight Cancer

4) [PRESS RELEASE] Murphy leads coalition call for expedited grade crossing assessments

5) [PRESS RELEASE] Murphy delivers early Christmas present to Brewster wrestling team

6) [PRESS RELEASE] Murphy lays out next steps in heroin fight at Mt. Kisco legislative update

7) Assemblywoman Galef Interviews Kevin Carter, Erin Baker, and Birds of Prey for Teatown Update on Her "Dear Sandy" TV Show

8) It's Just What We Do

9) NYGOP Events Calendar
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MORE THAN TWO DOZEN WESTCHESTER KIDS BLESSED BY THE HOLIDAY SPIRIT, INCLUDING TWO BATTLING CANCER, PRESENTED A GIANT CHECK FOR CHILDREN'S CANCER RESEARCH BEFORE A BRIEF HOLIDAY DANCE PERFORMANCE ON SUNDAY, DECEMBER 20TH AT 1:30 P.M. OUTSIDE OF SEARS AT THE JEFFERSON VALLEY MALL IN YORKTOWN HEIGHTS.
THE YOUNGSTERS WERE PERFORMERS FROM THE PENNY LANE DANCE ACADEMY OF SOMERS AND CHAPPAQUA WHICH PRESENTED $4,123 TO ALEX'S LEMONADE STAND, A PREEMINENT CHILDREN'S CANCER RESEARCH AND SUPPORT FOUNDATION.

THE PENNY LANE DANCERS CHOSE TO GIVE THE MONEY TO ALEX'S LEMONADE STAND AFTER LEARNING THAT TWO MEMBERS OF THE PENNY LANCE DANCE ACADEMY FAMILY WERE FIGHTING CHILDHOOD CANCER. THE MONEY WAS RAISED BY SELLING TICKETS TO THEIR ANNUAL HOLIDAY SHOW IN YORKTOWN EARLIER THIS MONTH.
 
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: December 17th, 2015
CONTACT: Matt Slater, 914-962-2624
MURPHY LEADS COALITION CALL FOR 
EXPEDITED GRADE CROSSING ASSESSMENTS

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VALHALLA, NY - Of the 437 grade crossings in the New York metropolitan area, State Senator Terrence Murphy is leading a bipartisan coalition of local elected officials who have identified three crossings in Westchester County that they believe need immediate attention by the MTA.  Penning a letter to MTA Chairman Tom Prendergast, Murphy, along with Mt. Pleasant Supervisor Carl Fulgenzi and New Castle Supervisor Rob Greenstein, requested the Cleveland Street and Commerce Street grade crossings in Valhalla, as well as the Roaring Brook Road grade crossing in Chappaqua, receive priority attention.

"Following the horrific accident in February it became abundantly clear that grade crossing safety needed to be addressed," Senator Murphy said.  "Now that the MTA has committed to assessing the hundreds of crossings in the area we believe these three need to be at the top of the list as they pose serious safety concerns.  I am proud to join the leaders of our local communities to address this important issue and implore the MTA to expedite their analysis so we can take whatever action is needed to ensure our residents come home safely."

As the letter explains, the Cleveland Street crossing sits adjacent to the Valhalla train station and the Commerce Street crossing was the site of the February 3rd accident which claimed six lives.  In addition, the Roaring Brook Road crossing is located less than a half mile from the Horace Greeley High School putting parents and young drivers at risk every day.

"The MTA and State must do everything possible to avoid another accident like we had here in February," Mt. Pleasant Supervisor Carl Fulgenzi said.  "We are anticipating a report from our town engineer relating to the crossings in the coming days.  My early impression is that these crossings will be recommended for closure and it would be irresponsible for me not to petition the necessary entities for closure.  There is a process to accomplish this and having the MTA's review happen sooner than later would move that process along."

On Wednesday the National Transportation Safety Board released more than 1,100 documents pertaining to the fatal accident which occurred on February 3rd.  In addition, MTA Chairman Tom Prednergast has announced that grade crossings are a priority for the authority and they plan on analyzing all 437.

"Every day, members of our community leave their homes to embark on what should always be a safe commute to work with an uneventful return home," New Castle Supervisor Rob Greenstein said.  "Unfortunately on February 3rd, two members of our community did not return home.  In the aftermath of the tragic Metro Nroth accident, the needed to eliminate dangerous train crossings became clear.  However, when the railroad grade crossing is located within a half mile of a high school with a large percentage of young and relatively inexperienced drivers the need becomes urgent.  We thank Senator Murphy for his leadership on this critical public safety initiative.  We must prevent another tragedy from happening."
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: December 22nd, 2015
CONTACT: Matt Slater, 914-962-2624
MURPHY DELIVERS EARLY CHRISTMAS PRESENT TO BREWSTER WRESTLING TEAM

Hudson Valley Senator Delivers $25k Grant For 
State of the Art Wrestling Mats

BREWSTER, NY - With Christmas less than one week away New York State Senator Terrence Murphy was on hand for Monday's wrestling match between the Brewster Bears and the Arlington Admirals in part to admire the newly installed mats in the Brewster wrestling room.  The freshman Senator delivered a $25,000 grant to the Brewster School District which helped pay for the purchase and installation of the mats.

"I am proud to have been able to deliver this important grant to the Brewster School District," Murphy said.  "These mats will help Brewster expand its wrestling program giving kids another athletic avenue to pursue."

Brewster Athletic Director Dean Berardo said, "Upgrading this facility not only repurposes this space but, more importantly, it helps motivate the kids."

Brewster Wrestling Coach Tom Looby said, "Before this grant we were not using the entire room because we didn't have the wall to wall matting.  This setup now lets have the space to wrestle live, host scrimmages and practice more efficiently."

On December 30th Brewster will host the 2015 JV Invitational.  With the upgrades to the wrestling room the tournament will be expanded with athletes from across the Hudson Valley enjoying the new equipment
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: December 23rd, 2015
CONTACT: Matt Slater, 914-962-2624
MURPHY LAYS OUT NEXT STEPS IN HEROIN FIGHT 
AT MT. KISCO LEGISLATIVE UPDATE

MT. KISCO, NY - With the 2016 legislative session drawing closer, New York State Senator Terrence Murphy last night delivered his fourth "legislative update," this time in front of the Mt. Kisco Town/Village Board.  During the address the freshman Senator, who serves as co-chairman on the Senate's Task Force on Heroin and Opioid Abuse, described the next steps in New York's war on heroin.

"Having traveled the State hearing firsthand accounts of the tragedy raging through our communities it is clear we need a mechanism to keep overdose patients, who have been saved by NARCAN, from being sent home where they are in danger of doing greater harm to themselves," Murphy said.  "I have heard several testimonials from addicts, and parents of addicts, who have been discharged by hospitals after being saved by NARCAN only to return home and overdose once again.  That is a malfunction of the system which needs to be addressed." 

Last week, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention reported that drug overdose deaths have hit an all-time high.  More than 47,000 people died last year from drug overdoses, which is a 14% spike.

"This is a crisis I remain fully committed to addressing," Murphy said.  "We need to continue to build on the successes of last year, which will help our efforts to bring awareness, increase prevention and provide the proper treatment to those in need."

One of Senator Murphy's legislative victories this year included the expansion of drug treatment options for addicts. Senate Bill S.4239B, which Governor Cuomo signed into law in September, expands those who qualify for drug court treatments.  

Since 1990 the Town/Village of Mt. Kisco has been a model for local drug court programs. Its program was expanded in 2012 thanks to a grant applied for by the Local Drug Abuse Prevention Council, which an entity that municipalities have the option to establish locally under the general municipal law in order to combat addiction.
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on Monday, December 21, 2015 12:57 PM, Sandy Galef wrote:

FromNEWS     

Assemblywoman 95th Assembly District                       


   
    SANDY GALEF   





District Office:
2 Church Street, Ossining, NY 10562

albany office:

                                                Room 641, Legislative Office
Building, Albany, NY 12248



      For Immediate Release
Contact:  Sandy Galef



(914) 941-1111   



Assemblywoman Galef Interviews Kevin Carter, Erin Baker, and Birds of Prey

for Teatown Update on Her "Dear Sandy" TV Show



(December 21, 2015) Assemblywoman Sandy Galef interviews Kevin Carter, the
Executive Director of Teatown and Erin Baker, the Animal Care Supervisor and
Environmental Educator of Teatown who is accompanied by a barn owl and red
tailed hawk. Being on TV is a new experience for the hawk who is made more
comfortable by being fed its mouse lunch on set.  The birds are wonderful
ambassadors for Teatown's environmental mission to increase environmental
stewardship among people of all ages.

       

        Carter enthusiastically brings attention to the upcoming Eaglefest
event scheduled for February 6, 2016 that provides a chance to see many
birds of prey both in the wild and up close and personal. Owls, hawks,
falcons, and eagles are being brought from all over the northeast. There are
Eaglefest trains coming up from the city and down from Poughkeepsie that
will allow people to see birds on the river, as well as movies, activities
for all the family, exhibits from thirty other organizations, live music and
delicious food, all to celebrate the return of the bald eagle from near
extinction.

       

        Carter points out all the ways Teatown is promoting lifelong
environmental stewardship starting with programs for young children in local
schools and at summer camp, and going on to the Teatown Environmental
Service Academy for high school aged students that runs in July and
continues in-depth research work done in Ossining High school science
classes during the school year. The whole community    benefits from the
expertise Teatown is now offering to town boards, planning departments and
the general public as they deal with environmental issues. 



        "It is exciting to hear about the new ways Teatown is at work among
us," says Galef.  "We are lucky to have such a public spirited as well as
beautiful institution in our midst."



"Teatown Update" airs as follows:



Cablevision

January1, 8, 15, 22 and 29 at 9:00 P.M. on

Ossining and Peekskill Channel 15

(Briarcliff, Ossining, Scarborough, Buchanan, Cortlandt, Croton, Garrison,
Montrose, Peekskill, Philipstown South, Verplanck)

Wappingers Falls Channel 21

(Cold Spring, Philipstown North)

and

Yorktown Channel 74

(Lake Peekskill)



Comcast

January 1, 8, 15, and 22 at 7:30 pm on

Carmel & Kent Channel 8 

*Please check your local listings as the air dates for this channel may
change



Verizon FiOS Customers

Please check your local listings for specific air times.
 
 
 
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On Wednesday, December 23, 2015 10:34 AM, Greg Ball wrote:

It's Just What We Do
Yo!
A lot of people have been asking, “Greg, Joe what the hell do you do? Throw polo matches and party in Texas?” Ehhh, kinda, I guess. But not really.
We are a small marketing and technology company with a team of dedicated professionals seeking to pursue diverse top tier opportunities.
Vastly different from your typical marketing or technology company we want to fully understand the business model of our clients so we can help them exceed their internal expectations and help them succeed in the marketplace.
This is what we do: Graphic design, web design, games, video, visual effects, 3D design, Animal Lab Testing (This is a joke, just trying to make sure you’re paying attention), responsive web development, Android applications, iOS and iPad applications, direct Mail (Design, Print, Mail) polling, robo calls, tele-town halls, public relations, earned media, marketing, branding, social media management, search engine optimization and crisis management (comes in handy to have this in house, as you can imagine).

It’s been one year since Joe and I started Black Stone, and what a year it has been! In the past year, we have serviced more than 50 technology and marketing clients, managed the preparation for the launch of two startups (both Black Stone projects to be announced within 60 days), built an impressive team, organized and ran 4 polo matches in 2 states with a total of 10,000+ attendees and just finished off our 5th annual Thanksgiving Dinner for over 500 veterans in the Hudson Valley!

And that just scratches the surface! Here is our new website please take a look and share with friends: www.BlackStoneTexas.com.
Our staff are full time, in house employees and we are in business to develop lasting relationships with each client. We are a 24-7 firm, with strong design and development capabilities in house, fully capable of helping you as the business or campaign progresses.
Frankly, we have a kick ass team that slam dunks projects on the widest range imaginable. Ready to handle any demand big or small, Black Stone breaks away from the conventional cookie cutter approach and focuses on the unique individual needs of each project and/or client (that means you!).
Serving just a handful of awesome clients that we love, we have both the physical and mental bandwidth to make you our immediate priority.
Simply put: We bend over backwards to add real value -- everyday.
We can make your vision and dream a reality and we will develop a realistic strategy to get you there. We love taking on big challenges and tackling rewarding projects.
To accomplish this we work 7 days a week and on most holidays because we love what we do.
Whether you have a small business and need help with search engine optimization, you are a local developer seeking real estate approvals, an architect needing 3D renderings, a candidate for the state house, or you have an idea that you think is the next revolution in technology - we are your team!
So hook a brother up, hire Black Stone: Blackstonetexas.com
Email, text or call us today!
Sincerely, 

Greg Ball, CEO
Black Stone
www.BlackStoneTexas.com
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