Friday, February 19, 2016

Bazzomanifesto Update 02/19/16: 6 New Topics In Today's blog

THIS BLOGS TOPICS:
A)  Check Out Peekskillpost.net: 
 http://www.peekskillpost.net/

B) Check Out Yorktown News:
https://www.tapinto.net/towns/Yorktown
New Bazzo Says Column: Democrats, New York and Federal https://www.tapinto.net/towns/mahopac/columns/bazzo-says/articles/democrats-new-york-and-federal
C) Check Out The Somers Record: https://www.tapinto.net/towns/somers
D)  Check Out Mahopac News: https://www.tapinto.net/towns/mahopac
E) Check Out North Salem News: https://www.tapinto.net/towns/north-salem
F) VOLPE/BAZZO REPORT ON YOU TUBE 02/02/16https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PQGc2R_f14E&feature=youtu.be

1) SUZI MCDONOUGH CONTINUES GRASSROOTS CAMPAIGN, KICKS OFF ‘COFFEE WITH SUZI’ CAMPAIGN TOUR

2) : [Public Meeting Agendas]Yorktown Planning Board Work Session 02/22/16

3) [PRESS RELEASE] MURPHY ADVANCES FIGHT AGAINST ANIMAL CRUELTY

4) Yorktown Town Board sets hearing on increase in water rates 02/16/16

5) Reminder: Lincoln Remembrance Day Events This Saturday

6) 12 Grapes: The cure for the winter blues!

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SUZI MCDONOUGH CONTINUES GRASSROOTS CAMPAIGN, KICKS OFF ‘COFFEE WITH SUZI’ CAMPAIGN TOUR
Mother. Leader. Neighbor.
Mahopac, NY (02/19/16) -- Carmel Town Board Member Suzi McDonough made it official as a candidate for the New York State Assembly, last month. While there are no other candidates officially in the race, Suzi is taking nothing for granted and is kicking off a strong grassroots campaign.

In June, Suzi unveiled her campaign website (www.suzi4ny.com) to personally set the framework for her exploratory campaign and what will be a positive, grassroots campaign. Suzi has stuck to that theme and will continue to do so.

Looking to meet as many voters as possible, Suzi also unveiled an ambitious plan, hosting “Coffees With Suzi” as part of an aggressive town-by-town listening tour. Suzi has personally met with over 5,000 voters in the past few months and has already begun door to door in the district. 

On news that the incumbent not seeking reelection, Suzi said, “We are excited to be running in an open seat, yet whether the incumbent was in or out, I have always been in this race to win it. The hard working voters of this district deserve a serious, conservative voice who is truly committed to public service for the right reasons. While I am pro life, pro second amendment and a solid fiscal conservative, I will serve as a loyal public servant to all of my constituents, and on both sides of the aisle.”

Over the next several months, Suzi will also be hosting individual town hall meetings to listen to the specific concerns of voters throughout the district. The dates, times and locations are included here. Others will be added to the calendar and those details will be finalized within a few weeks.

This is the second round of such listening tours and will allow Suzi to hear from voters firsthand while building awareness of her campaign throughout Westchester and Putnam counties. Suzi will also be hosting a number of low dollar fundraising events including one to be held in the next few weeks. Details will be released in the next few days.

“The response over the past few months has been overwhelming, and I am committed to meeting as many voters as  possible over the next few months! It is critical that we hold these events in every corner of the district so I can I hear directly from the voters and work with them to develop legislative and district priorities. We are excited to run a positive campaign with a conservative message and bring the people’s voice to Albany.” 

“As a local leader I know that each town in this district has it’s own issues and concerns, and I’m excited to roll up my sleeves and dig into the details. 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 will be honored to be that voice”, Suzi continued.

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.
 

Somers Diner

February 20th



9:30am - 10:30am

 

Seven Stars Diner: Brewster

March 26th

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Yorktown Diner

April 2nd

8:00am - 9:00am

 

Brooklyn Cafe & Organic Kitchen: Mahopac

April 9th

8:30am - 9:30am
    


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On Thursday, February 18, 2016 5:23 PM, Public Meeting Agendas wrote:

PUBLIC MEETING AGENDA - TENTATIVE
YORKTOWN COMMUNITY & CULTURAL CENTER
1974 Commerce Street, Room 104, Yorktown Heights, NY 10598

Planning Board Work Session
Calendar Date:

Monday, February 22, 2016 - 7:00pm

Correspondence
Liaison Reports
Meeting Minutes - February 8, 2016

SPECIAL SESSION
Arrowhead Subdivision
SBL: 48.13-1-6
Request 1st 90-Day Time Extension

Location: 809 Underhill Avenue
Contact: Al Capellini, Esq.
Description: An approved 5-lot subdivision.
WORK SESSION
Crompond Terraces
SBL: 26.18-1-9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16
Discussion Site Plan

Location: 3258 Old Crompond Road
Contact: Ciarcia Engineers
Description: Proposed mixed use development on 23.61 acres in the R-3 and C-2R zones.
Triglia & Rezi Subdivision
SBL: 16.17-1-51
Discussion Subdivision

Location: 1415 Christine Road
Contact: Al Capellini, Esq.
Description: Proposed to subdivide 1.145 acre parcel to create one (1) new additional lot to construct a single family dwelling.
Orchard View Realty Subdivision
SBL: 36.06-2-78
Discussion Subdivision

Location: 2425 Sherry Drive
Contact: Zappico Construction, LLC
Description: Proposal is to subdivide a 9.2438 acres parcel in a R1-20 zone into 9 lots.
Bonsignore Subdivision
SBL: 36.05-2-57
Discussion Subdivision

Location: 2483 Hunterbrook Road
Contact: Site Design Consultants
Description: Subdivide existing 3.422 acre lot with an existing 2-story dwelling into 3-lots.
Marathon Development Group
SBL: 37.18-2-51
Discussion Site Plan

Location: 322 Kear Street
Contact: Site Design Consultants
Description: A proposed three-story commercial/residential building with associated parking and walks.
Chase Bank - 1975 Commerce Street
SBL: 37.14-2-66
Discussion Site Plan

Location: 1975 Commerce Street
Contact: Gibbons, P.C.
Description: Proposed to erect a freestanding +/- 4320 sf bank with one drive-thru lane and one bypass lane, with on site parking and related site improvements.

Agenda:

Directions

Yorktown Community & Cultural Center
1974 Commerce Street, Room 104
Yorktown Heights, NY
10598

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: February 18th, 2016
CONTACT: Michael Jefferson, 914-962-2624
Animal Pic

SENATOR TERRENCE MURPHY STRESSES FIGHT AGAINST ANIMAL CRUELTY IN ADVANCE OF NATIONAL LOVE YOUR PET DAY 

JEFFERSON VALLEY, NY - Senator Terrence Murphy has been a long-time advocate for those who cannot speak for themselves, particularly pets and animals. Senator Murphy urges pet lovers to join with him in recognition of National Love Your Pet Day on Saturday, February 20th.

 

"Animal cruelty is a heinous act, and often leads the perpetrator down a path toward violence against human beings." said Senator Murphy. "National Love Your Pet Day gives owners the opportunity to focus on the special relationship they share with them. It also serves as a reminder that animal cruelty is on the rise in New York State. That is why I sponsored and supported legislation to protect pets and animals that will seek to punish their abusers."

 

In June 2015, Senator Murphy authored a bill increasing the penalty for multiple convictions of torturing, killing or failing to provide sustenance to an animal to a felony for anyone convicted within five years of a previous offense. The measure received overwhelming support, passing in the Senate by a vote of 61-1.

 

"It's important that National Love Your Pet Day recognizes that our pets are like members of the family," said County Legislator Margaret Cunzio, a foster for the SPCA of Westchester in Briarcliff Manor and Second Chance Rescue NYC. "I am proud to be a part of the work Senator Murphy has done and to be a voice for those that do not have one. I encourage everyone to adopt, foster and volunteer to help protect pets throughout the state."

 

"At the SPCA of Westchester, we like to think that every day is Love your Pet Day," said Shannon Laukhuf, Executive Director SPCA.  "As we look forward to extending a little extra tender loving care to our pets on February twentieth, we realize that not every animal is as fortunate as our own. This is why we applaud Senator Murphy for all of his efforts to put legislation in place that strengthen New York's existing animal cruelty laws as well as provide added protection for animals across our state. Ultimately it will make our backyard a safer and more humane place for our animals."

 

A spate of animal cruelty incidents involving a pet shop in Mohegan Lake prompted Senator Murphy to sponsor additional legislation to protect pets and hold those responsible for harming them accountable for their actions. This includes passing a bill that would make it easier to prosecute people causing serious injury to a companion animal (S.4265); legislation that would update animal cruelty laws to promote more consistent enforcement (S.3201) and expands Buster's Law, which would establish a public registry of people convicted of animal cruelty (S.2935).

 

As part of their efforts to help animals, the Jefferson Valley Mall in Yorktown Heights has joined forces with Putnam Humane Society to launch a series of monthly pet adoption events.  Shoppers at the Mall will have the opportunity to meet dozens of cats and dogs in need of good homes. Upcoming adoption event dates include: Sunday, March 13th, Saturday, April 9th and Saturday, May 7th. For more information, contact Alexa O'Rourke, Director of Marketing and Business Development, Jefferson Valley Mall, at 914-245-4200.
Senator Terrence Murphy, 691 E Main St, Shrub Oak, NY 10588

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Citizens for an Informed Yorktown




Note: Beginning January, 2016, the CIY Town Board meeting summaries will continue to be written by Susan Siegel in her capacity as an observer.
 
Note: This summary covers two meetings: February 16 and February 17.
 
Town Board
February 16, 2016

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

1. Increase in water rates
The board voted to advertise a public hearing for March 1 to amend the local law that sets the water rates.

2. No parking/No standing on Rochambeau Drive/public hearing
The board approved the signs.

3. NWJWW Water storage tank replacement.
Supervisor Grace explained why Yorktown is responsible for paying 49% of the cost of the new tank.

4. Litter
The need for more enforcement to control this quality of life issue was discussed.
 
 Town Board Work Session
February 17, 2016
 Closed session
Contract negotiations involving the Police Department.

Open Session
Supervisor Grace explained that the purpose of this meeting, as with the ones that preceded it, was for the new members of the board to acquaint themselves with the working of town departments.

The board met for about 10 minutes with Tax Receiver Barbara Korsak and Assessor Kim Penner before going into a longer closed executive session to discuss personnel issues. Ms. Korsak discussed online and credit card payments.

The Board then met with Building Inspector John Winter. During the open session, Mr. Winter discussed the need to update and/or clarify sections of the Zoning Code. The board then went into closed executive session to discuss department personnel issues.

SPECIAL NOTE: The board will hold two more of these special meetings with department heads on February 24 and March 3.  The vote was taken on February 3 when the board went back into open session from the lengthy closed executive session and when no member of the public was present.


 
 
Town Board Work Session
February 17, 2016

Closed session
Contract negotiations involving the Police Department.

Open Session
Supervisor Grace explained that the purpose of this meeting, as with the ones that preceded it, was for the new members of the board to acquaint themselves with the working of town departments.

The board met for about 10 minutes with Tax Receiver Barbara Korsak and Assessor Kim Penner before going into a closed executive session to discuss personnel issues. Ms. Korsak discussed online and credit card payments.

SPECIAL NOTE: The board will hold two more of these special meetings with department heads on February 24 and March 3.  The vote was taken on February 3 when the board went back into open session from the lengthy closed executive session and when no member of the public was present.


  




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