Senator Craig M. Johnson, (D-Nassau), has been ranked as one of the senators with the highest number of bills that passed the chamber during this last legislative session, according to an analysis released by the New York Public Interest Research Group (NYPIRG).
Obviously the citizens of 1776 had had enough. Their government ruled through absolute tyranny. Taxation was completely overbearing, justice absent and the people oppressed. Who knows by what courage a leadership council arose to defy their masters and by what loyalty a people followed. It is a rare and precious thing.
Since the beginning of this year over 1,000 Hicksville residents have called for an EMS response to their home or business. The Hicksville Fire Department (HFD) has responded to 616 of these calls, 122 (20 percent) of which were necessitated because “No Nassau County ambulance was available.”
New York State Assemblyman Rob Walker (R, C, I, WF – Hicksville) has joined with Nassau University Medical Center (NUMC) to ask that his constituents and all of Long Island donate blood on Sept. 11. NUMC and the Long Island Volunteer Center will be hosting a blood drive to honor those who lost their lives eight years ago in the worst terrorist attack on domestic soil ever.
New York State Senator Craig M. Johnson, (D-Nassau), the chairman of the Senate Standing Committee on Investigations and Government Operations, recently released a report detailing a pattern of flawed judgment and a lack of accountability that led to the taxpayer-funded purchase of an unusable ferry boat by a state subsidiary.
New York State Senator Craig M. Johnson, (D-Nassau) urged Governor Paterson to sign landmark legislation that will bring unprecedented scrutiny and accountability to New York’s authority system.
We would like to take this opportunity to publicly thank the kind people of Hicksville for supporting our recent Kiwanis Christmas in July food drive at King Kullen in Delco Plaza.
Important legislation that will improve access to affordable health insurance for young adults between the ages of 19 and 29 recently passed the Senate and has been signed into law by Governor David Paterson.
If you drive a car, you will pay more to get or renew your license and register the vehicle. If you own a boat, an ATV or other vehicle, it will cost you more not only to register them, but to transport them as well, as fees on trailers will go up.
The motor vehicle fee hikes will hit Long Islanders the hardest because cars are not a luxury, they are an everyday necessity. People depend on them to get to work, go to school, shop and get around their communities. I voted against every one of these tax and fee increases. New Yorkers clearly have had enough.”
The Hicksville Gardens Civic Association would like to take this opportunity to gratefully acknowledge Yum! Brands, Ken Bedrosian and Rush Properties, Inc., Alvin Rush for their contributions to the local community regarding its needs and its requests during the reconfiguration and development of Delco Plaza in Hicksville.
Page 38 of 41<< Start < Prev 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 Next > End >>