Monday, June 20, 2016

Bazzomanifesto Update 06/20/16: 8 New Topics In Today's blog

THIS BLOGS TOPICS:
A) CheckOutPeekskillpost.net:
 http://www.peekskillpost.net/

B) Check Out Yorktown News:
https://www.tapinto.net/towns/yorktown
New Bazzo Says Column: Is Trump a Racist:
https://www.tapinto.net/towns/yorktown/columns/bazzo-says/articles/is-trump-a-racist
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

1) Eliot Spitzer attacks Trump...

2) Ed Ciffone's Interview with Suzi MCDonough - YouTube
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ceYU7nIZ1CY&feature=youtu.be
3) Oliva Demands Maloney Hand Over All Video Footage of Wife, Kids

4) Albany insider: 'Our leaders are "brain dead"'...

5) Democrat operative friended teen daughter online...

6) PRESS RELEASE] Murphy paves way for Rail Safety Act of 2016

7) [PRESS RELEASE] Murphy leads fight to keep school water clean

8) Venus Williams Reveals Her New V*Starr Line in HC&G!

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Former Governor Spitzer attacks Trump...
DeNapoli witholding $121 million in Buffalo Billion payments...
LAST DAY OF SESSION FOR LEGISLATURE...
Legal age to get married may get pushed from 14 to 18
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Rep. Pete King: Obama more angry at Trump than terrorists...
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OLIVA DEMANDS MALONEY HAND OVER ALL VIDEO FOOTAGE OF WIFE, KIDS



Phil Oliva, the endorsed Republican, Conservative and Reform Party candidate for the 18th Congressional District today demanded that Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney (D-Cold Spring) hand over to him all the raw and unedited video footage obtained by a since fired “tracker” who was working on behalf of the Maloney campaign.
The tracker admitted to contacting Oliva’s wife on Facebook and visiting the Oliva residence, once startling the candidate’s wife as he peered through the kitchen window. The New York Post broke the story on Friday. Read it here.

“I had a few encounters with this individual as did my wife but we have no idea how long the guy was stalking us and what he recorded when we weren’t aware of his presence. I’m less concerned about me and more concerned about my wife and children and so I’d like to get all the video footage so it can be assessed. This is a very reasonable request in light of the situation and I hope it’s quickly granted,” said Oliva.

Oliva also asked for all the memos, reports and other documentation the tracker collected and distributed as per the job responsibilities stated on a job listing seeking Democratic trackers that was posted on: 

http://jobsthatareleft.blogspot.com/2016/03/jobsthatareleft-seeking-trackers-for-me.html

Oliva also sent a direct letter to the Maloney campaign with instructions on where to return the footage. 

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Cuomo Chief of Staff: De Blasio guilty of betrayal?
Dicker's sources: Heastie and Flanagan "brain dead"
Rep. Kathleen Rice accepts gifts from donors...
Lovett: Lawmakers protected the predators...
$500,000 taxpayer dollars for 'celestial reawakening'...
Pataki's Summer rental...


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Democrat 'tracker' friended teen daughter online...
AIRBNB 'CRUSHED' IN NY...
NYPOST: 'Nakedly political spending by De Blasio'...
Rosado confirmed as Cuomo's Secretary of State...

Met's Colon chewed out by judge for gum in court...

No Uber for Upstate NY...

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: June 18th, 2016
CONTACT: Michael Jefferson, 914-962-2624
MURPHY PAVES WAY FOR RAILWAY 
SAFETY PACKAGE APPROVAL

Senator Murphy is joined by local officials from Yorktown, Bedford, Somers, Mt. Pleasant and New Castle at a press conference about railroad safety.
 
Albany, NY - A month after the fatal train accident in Valhalla, State Senator Terrence Murphy joined local officials in Mt. Pleasant to call for the closing of the Cleveland Street grade crossing.  These calls intensified later that year as the Senator, who represents Northern Westchester, led a bipartisan effort to have the MTA inspect additional grade crossings in Mt. Pleasant and New Castle.  Yesterday, the New York State Senate announced that final passage was given to the Rail Safety Act of 2016, a measure that will enhance railroad safety measures throughout New York State. 

       The bill (S8119), sponsored by Senator Murphy and Senator Joseph Robach (R-C-I, Rochester), was part of an agreement with the Governor and the Assembly to require joint inspection of traffic signals; increase penalties for failing to comply with regulations; align railroad bridge inspection requirements with federal regulations; and increase penalties for failing to obey certain signals and stops.

        Senator Murphy said, "The 40th Senate District saw firsthand the devastation that can occur at one of these dangerous intersections.  Since that tragic accident in Valhalla, I have worked diligently with my colleagues and local officials to enact legislation that will help prevent another accident from occurring on these tracks which will ultimately save lives."

        Although the numbers of fatalities and accidents at highway-railroad grade crossings have fallen steadily on a national level, they have increased in New York. Existing provisions of New York's Vehicle and Traffic Law require motorists to observe safe driving behaviors at grade crossings, but many motorists fail to follow these critical safety requirements, risking their own safety as well as others'. To improve the safety of trains and the communities they travel through, this bill will:
  • Require Joint Inspections by State and Local Officials: Every railroad corporation and every municipality or state agency which has jurisdiction of a highway with at-grade crossings must conduct, at a minimum, biennial inspections of traffic warning systems. The state Department of Transportation (DOT) will facilitate and oversee these inspections;
  • Increase Penalties for Repeat Offenders of Railroad Safety Violations: The bill strengthens penalties for repeat offenders who fail to obey signals indicating the approach of a train, including not stopping within 15 feet of the crossing. Violators face up to $500 and/or 45 days of imprisonment for the second offense that occurs within 18 months of the first, and up to $750 and/or 90 days of imprisonment for a third or subsequent offense which occur within 18 months. Penalties for repeatedly driving through, around, or under any gate or barrier at railroad crossings will be up to $750 and/or 90 days of imprisonment for the second offense, and up to $1,000 and/or 180 days of imprisonment for a third or subsequent offense. The look-back for repeat offenses will be increased from 18 months to 30 months.
  • Align State Law with Federal Reporting Requirements: Requirements for railroad bridge inspections conducted by railroad companies will be made concurrent with existing federal requirements under the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA). A single set of laws will allow for improved communication between the railroad companies and federal and state government. By increasing the penalties for failure to comply with regulations, this bill establishes a strong incentive for railroad companies to ensure that incidents are reported within the time limits required by regulation.
  • Increase Penalties for the Failure to Comply with Regulations: Penalties will be increased for buses, vehicles carrying hazardous materials, and vehicles with a gross vehicle rating of more than 10,000 pounds that repeatedly fail to stop at all railroad grade crossings.  Violators face up to $500 and/or 45 days of imprisonment for their second offense that occurs within 30 months of the first, and up to $750 and/or 90 days of imprisonment for the third or subsequent offenses which occur within 30 months.
         Senate Majority Leader John Flanagan said, "When it comes to railroad grade crossings, New York is ensuring safety first and keeping motorists and others out of harm's way. I thank my colleagues on both sides of the aisle for highlighting this critical public safety issue and working with us to get a meaningful result."

        Senator Robach, Chair of the Senate's Transportation Committee, said, "Improving public and commuter safety is critically important, especially with more drivers and riders using our roads and mass transit systems than ever before. This encompassing legislation can help save lives and reduce the number of senseless crossing-collision deaths in New York by strengthening inspection requirements and raising driver awareness about on-coming railroad crossings."
        The bill will be sent to the Governor.

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Senator Terrence Murphy, 691 E Main St, Shrub Oak, NY 10588

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: June 17th, 2016
CONTACT: Michael Jefferson, 914-962-2624
MURPHY LEADS FIGHT TO KEEP SCHOOL WATER CLEAN
Passes measure to protect students from potential lead exposure

Albany, NY - Many of us, particularly those with school-aged children, have been shocked by the ongoing crisis in Flint, Michigan where deadly concentrations of lead have leached into the city's water system. Senator Terrence has taken action to make sure that will not happen in the Hudson Valley, co-sponsoring legislation to protect our children from being exposed to potentially dangerous lead levels in school drinking water. The bill ensures that periodic tap water testing for lead will be conducted by schools in order to obtain important information about the quality of students' drinking water.
"Children absorb lead faster than adults. A high level of lead in a child's bloodstream can affect their ability to learn and can even cause brain damage," Senator Murphy said. "We now have measures in place for testing our school's drinking water and that the results will be reported on a timely basis. Safe drinking water in our schools should be a given for our children."

While some schools in New York conduct testing for lead, not all do, and this bill would create a standard testing protocol to ensure students are protected. School districts and BOCES would undergo periodic tap testing at a frequency to be set by DOH. Buildings built after 2014 will be exempt, schools testing negative would be given waivers, and schools with water containing unacceptable amounts of lead would be eligible for additional financial assistance for the costs of testing and remediation.

 "There's not a more important place to start this overall and ongoing effort to better address lead contamination than within our schools to protect children," said Senator O'Mara, Chairman of the Senate Environmental Conservation Committee. "The increasing incidents of lead contamination in school drinking water systems demand that we take short- and long-term actions to strengthen testing, reporting and remediation requirements."
The bill will be sent to the Assembly.

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Senator Terrence Murphy, 691 E Main St, Shrub Oak, NY 10588

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her new interior design line
v*starr


As a designer in Holiday House Hamptons presented by HC&G (Hamptons Cottages & Gardens), here's the first glimpse of Venus Williams' new venture into the design world.

"I wanted to bring in the colors and exuberance of Rio de Janeiro and blend in the soft elegance of the Hamptons," Venus Williams says of her Summer Olympics-inspired design for the rooftop space in this year's Holiday House Hamptons. "You can keep up your angry while playing, or just unwind and enjoy the view."

Check out the full editorial feature of HHH presented by HC&G in the July 15 issue. For a sneak peak at V*Starr, visit cottagesgardens.com.





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