Eliot Spitzer Addresses Hispanic Ministers Award Celebration

Apr 22 2006 - 2:00pm
Apr 22 2006 - 3:00pm
2 p.m. Maestro's Caterers, 1703 Bronxdale Ave., Bronx. Contact: Christine Anderson, 212-529-2006.
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Council Member Martinez Hosts Health Job Fair

Apr 22 2006 - 11:00am
Apr 22 2006 - 5:00pm
--Contact: Amelia Alonso, 212-310-6638 or 347-582-0347. 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. The Armory, 168th Street and Ft. Washington Avenue, Manhattan. Contact: Annamaria Jones, 917-915-5182.
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Tom Suozzi Addresses Hispanic Ministers Award Celebration

Apr 22 2006 - 1:30pm
Apr 22 2006 - 2:30pm
1:30 p.m. Maestro's Caterers, 1703 Bronxdale Ave., Bronx. Contact: Kim Devlin, 516-741-5315.
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Tom Suozzi Cleans Up Soundview Park for Earth Day

Apr 22 2006 - 11:00am
Apr 22 2006 - 12:00pm
11 a.m. intersection of Morrison and Lafayette avenues, Bronx.
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Council Members Seabrook and Stewart Host Citizenship Workshop

Apr 22 2006 - 11:00am
Apr 22 2006 - 1:00pm
11 a.m. Richard Green Middle School, 3710 Barnes Ave., at 216th Street. Contact: Cleveland Beckett, 718-994-9900.
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MEDIA ADIVSORY: SPITZER 2006 Week Ahead Schedule

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Paterson Calls for Vote on Environmental Super Bills

Paterson Calls for Vote on Environmental Super Bills

For release April 21, 2006
Contact: Kyle Kotary Jim Plastiras 518.455.2415

To commemorate Earth Day, Senate Democratic Leader David Paterson said the Senate should immediately pass the environmental Super Bills identified as a top priority by the State's environmental leaders.

Paterson said the failure to vote on the Super Bills is a perfect example of the legislative dysfunction that often paralyzes Albany. "The Super Bills would likely pass the Senate if they were brought to the floor for a vote," Paterson said.

The Democrat-led Assembly has already passed two of the Super Bills and will likely pass the other two this week. Last year, the Assembly passed all five measures identified as Super Bills by environmentalists.

The four environmental Super Bills are common sense legislation that will protect New York State's natural heritage.

The Community Preservation Act would give all New York cities and towns a new tool to preserve their natural and historic heritage. The Clean Water Protection / Flood Prevention Act would fix a gaping loophole in the state's wetlands protection law. The Bigger, Better Bottle Bill would expand New York's bottle law and generate new funding for environmental protection. The Environmental Protection Fund Enhancement Act would increase the dedicated fund. Paterson said the Super Bills, if passed, "will go a long way towards protecting the environment by increasing recycling, reducing waste disposal costs for taxpayers and creating new jobs in the recycling and retail industries."

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Pols & Mets

Councilman Hiram Monserrate and some other Queens’ pols are seizing on the Independent Budget Office report that the city low-balled its estimates of the real cost to taxpayers of a new stadium for the Mets.

But don’t be fooled into thinking Monserrate and the others are friends of us taxpayers. Since the stadium is going to cost more than advertised, the pro-taxpayer position would be to fight to cut the City’s subsidy to the Mets. Instead these opponents to the Mets want to increase the amount of taxpayers’ dollars spent by forcing the City and the Mets to spend more on “community benefits”. Remember a fact not mentioned by the pols that are trying to shake down the Mets is that every dollar the Mets spend on Little League diamond that Monserrate wants is tax deductible!



PUBLIC SCHEDULE FOR THOMAS R. SUOZZI - Saturday, April 22, 2006

Tom Suozzi for Governor

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 21, 2006 CONTACT: Kim Devlin (516) 741-5315



SPITZER SCORECARD:500 DAYS, DOZENS OF INSIDER ENDORSEMENTS, ZERO DETAILS ON BIG ISSUES

Tom Suozzi for Governor

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 21, 2006 CONTACT: Kim Devlin(516)510-3001



Public Campaign Events for David Paterson

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New Yorkers Vote More Than Anyone Else - With Their Feet

According to the latest statistics from the U.S. Census Bureau and the NY Sun, New York is now losing more people annually to out-migration than any other state in the country. With an annual average outflow of 182,886 people, we have now surpassed California to claim the position of number one loser.

In addition, the NYC metropolitan region, which includes the five boroughs and parts of Long Island, Westchester and New Jersey, is the number one loser of all metropolitan areas in America. Here, we are losing even more people at a rate of 211,014 people annually.

But because our overall population remains relatively steady, even growing slightly, many people will ignore this situation believing that everything evens out in the end. But, if we look at who we are losing and where they are going, the problem should become clear.



Hakeem Jeffries to Receive Endorsements - Sunday, April 23 @ 2:00 p.m.

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SPITZER 2006: SPITZER Speaks to Westchester ARC

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