Press Releases

September 2016
SCHUMER CALLS FOR SUMMIT TO ADDRESS BUFFALO'S AMTRAK STATION & CURRENT STATE OF DISREPAIR – IN WAKE OF RECENT ROOF COLLAPSE, SCHUMER SAYS TIME IS NOW TO DEVELOP PLAN TO MOVE RAIL SERVICE IN WESTERN NY FORWARD
SCHUMER ANNOUNCES TWO UPSTATE NY COMPANIES – PIONEER IN WYOMING AND CHEMUNG COUNTIES, AND CONSERVE IN MONROE COUNTY – HAVE BEEN AWARDED CRITICAL CONTRACT THAT IS ESTIMATED TO CREATE 600 JOBS ACROSS UPSTATE NY
SCHUMER: PHASE ONE OF BRADDOCK BAY RESTORATION PROJECT IS NOW COMPLETE, AND PHASE TWO IS PROCEEDING FULL-STEAM AHEAD; SENATOR SECURED FED FUNDS TO DREDGE NEW 4X DEEPER & WIDER BOAT CHANNEL, CONSTRUCT 2.5 ACRE BARRIER BEACH, FIX WETLAND ECOSYSTEM & RESTORE THE BAY TO ECOLOGICAL PARADISE
SCHUMER: FED WIRELESS EMERGENCY ALERT SYSTEM USED TO HELP TRACK DOWN TERRORIST RAHAMI HAS GAPING LOOPHOLE: CANNOT SEND PHOTOS TO NY’ERS CELL PHONES; WITH SYSTEM STUCK IN 90’S, SCHUMER ASKS FCC TO UPDATE ALERTS TO MATCH TODAY’S TECHNOLOGY & INCLUDE PHOTO; PHOTO IS BEST TOOL TO CATCH POSSIBLE TERRORISTS ON THE RUN
SCHUMER, GILLIBRAND ANNOUNCE NEARLY $27 MILLION IN FEDERAL FUNDS FOR NEW RESEARCH CENTER AND TECH STARTUP PROJECT AT CORNELL UNIVERSITY
SCHUMER OP-ED ON IRAN PRISONER, BOB LEVINSON
SCHUMER RENEWS PUSH TO PROTECT & KEEP CRITICAL AVIATION SAFETY REGULATIONS RESULTING FROM CRASH OF FLIGHT 3407 IN PLACE – RULES THAT 3407 FAMILIES SUCCESSFULLY PASSED ARE AT RISK OF BEING UNDERMINED BY AIRLINE INDUSTRY & SENATOR SAYS THEY CANNOT BE ROLLED BACK; ANY WEAKENING OF SAFETY STANDARDS IS UNACCEPTABLE
SCHUMER, GILLIBRAND ANNOUNCE $1.1 MILLION IN FEDERAL FUNDING FOR UNITED WAY OF LONG ISLAND’S YOUTHBUILD PROGRAM
SCHUMER, GILLIBRAND ANNOUNCE $2 MILLION IN FEDERAL FUNDING FOR JOB TRAINING PROGRAM PROVIDED TO NYCHA RESIDENTS
SCHUMER, GILLIBRAND ANNOUNCE OVER $220,000 IN DEPT. OF AGRICULTURE FUNDING FOR DISTANCE LEARNING INITIATIVE IN WESTERN NEW YORK
FOLLOWING PUSH, SCHUMER ANNOUNCES $2 MILLION IN FEDERAL FUNDS FOR NORTH HEMPSTEAD REVITALIZATION PROJECTS; SENATOR FOUGHT TO UNLOCK LONG-AWAITED FEDERAL DOLLARS & DIRECT FUNDS TO LOCAL PROJECTS THAT WILL IMPROVE PORT WASHINGTON’S MAIN STREET, HEMPSTEAD HARBOR TRAIL, PLANDOME ROAD & GARDEN CITY PARK—ALL WHILE CREATING JOBS
SCHUMER, GILLIBRAND ANNOUNCE MORE THAN $2.1 MILLION IN FED & STATE FUNDS FOR CITY OF MIDDLETOWN IN ORANGE COUNTY TO MAKE SIDEWALKS ADA COMPLIANT
AFTER MAJOR PUSH BY SCHUMER & MALONEY, DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE AGREES ALLOW CITY OF NEWBURGH TO REPURPOSE $152K FOR NEW SECURITY CAMERAS
SCHUMER, GILLIBRAND ANNOUNCE $150,000 IN FEDERAL FUNDING FOR SMALL BUSINESS GROWTH ACCELERATOR PROGRAMS IN NEW YORK CITY
SCHUMER, GILLIBRAND ANNOUNCE OVER $1.2 MILLION IN FEDERAL FUNDING FOR WATER AND INFRASTRUCTURE UPGRADES IN THE SOUTHERN TIER
SCHUMER, GILLIBRAND ANNOUNCE MORE THAN $7 MILLION IN FED & STATE FUNDS THAT WILL ALLOW LONG ISLAND TO MAKE SIDEWALKS, CROSSWALKS & RAMPS ADA COMPLIANT
SCHUMER, GILLIBRAND ANNOUNCE $3.2 MILLION IN FUNDS FOR CRITICAL STREET IMPROVEMENTS IN ITHACA & THE TOWN OF DANBY – FUNDING WILL ENABLE ITHACA TO CONSTRUCT SIDEWALKS, REPLACE LOCAL BRIDGE AND INSTALL NEW STREET LIGHTING & BIKE RACKS THROUGHOUT CITY CENTER; WEST DANBY WILL USE FUNDS TO MAKE CRITICAL RAILROAD GRADE CROSSING UPGRADES
SCHUMER, GILLIBRAND ANNOUNCE MORE THAN $9 MILLION IN FED & STATE FUNDS THAT WILL ALLOW COMMUNITIES ACROSS UPSTATE NY TO MAKE SIDEWALKS & CROSSWALKS ADA COMPLIANT
SCHUMER, GILLIBRAND ANNOUNCE MORE THAN $3.4 MILLION TO COMPLETE CONNECTION BETWEEN THE CANALWAY TRAIL & I-390 TRAIL & START OF NEW EASTMAN TRAIL – CRITICAL EXTENSION WILL FINALLY LINK NORTH-SOUTH I-390 TRAIL AND BEGIN EASTERN LINK VIA NEW EASTMAN TRAIL’S RIDGEWAY SEGMENT ENHANCING EFFORTS TO REDEVELOP EASTMAN BIZ PARK & MAKING TRAIL SYSTEM MORE VIABLE FOR AREA RECREATION & TRANSPORTATION
SCHUMER: UPSTATE 911 DISPATCH CENTERS ARE SUSCEPTIBLE TO TERRORISTS & HACKERS INFILTRATING AND DISABLING 911 EMERGENCY SYSTEM STATEWIDE – COULD COST LIVES AND CAUSE CHAOS; SENATOR CALLS ON U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HOMELAND SECURITY AND FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION TO IMMEDIATELY STRENGTHEN CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE TO PROTECT OUR 911 SYSTEM
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