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Assemblyman Gabryszak Focuses on Continuing Last Year's Success

Assemblyman Gabryszak Focuses on Continuing Last Year's Success

“With today marking the beginning of the legislative session, Western
New York can be confident that last year’s successes will continue into
2012. The ‘Three Part Plan’ Governor Cuomo outlined for 2012 will help
to strengthen New York’s economy, specifically Western New York,
where the governor promised $1 billion to invest in job creation and
growth. Our residents shouldn’t have to relocate to find good paying jobs
and this allocation is an investment in our future. Western New York will
no longer be overlooked.
“The rebuilding of New York began last year when Governor Cuomo
outlined a plan emphasizing job creation, economic competition,
government transparency, and property tax relief. This plan was executed
with the passage of ethics reform, a 2% tax cap, tax cuts for the middle
class, creation of the regional economic councils as well as creating a
business friendly climate. Rebuilding our state will continue and I look

Assemblyman Gabryszak: $100.3 million grant will be a big boost to WNY’s economy

Assemblyman Gabryszak: $100.3 million grant will be a big boost to WNY’s economy

Last week marked the end of a six-month process of fundamentally redesigning economic development and the relationship between business and government in New
York State. The Regional Economic Development Council initiative has blazed a new path to economic prosperity for Western New York. After plans from the ten regional
councils were reviewed, Western New York received one of the top grants valued at $100.3 million and was named a “best plan” awardee. The promising solutions put forth are great news for the community.

Surprise Meeting by Redistricting Task Force

Surprise Meeting by Redistricting Task Force

From a Statement by NYPIRG

The New York State Legislative Task Force on Demographic Research and Reapportionment  (LATFOR), the legislative committee tasked with redrawing New York’s legislative and congressional district lines, will be holding their Western New York public hearing tomorrow at 10 a.m. inside City Hall ... but who knew?