Press Releases

September 2011
SCHUMER PUSHES TO EXPEDITE $5 MILLION FEDERAL LOAN FOR HARRIMAN BUSINESS DAMAGED IN IRENES FLOODING; WITHOUT HELP SOON, COMPANY COULD BE FORCED TO LAY OFF HUNDREDS
SCHUMER, GILLIBRAND ANNOUNCE FRANKLIN, HAMILTON, & HERKIMER COUNTIES TO RECEIVE CRITICAL FEMA ASSISTANCE
SCHUMER, GILLIBRAND ANNOUNCE SCHENECTADY COUNTY RESIDENTS SET TO RECEIVE CRITICAL FEMA ASSISTANCE
SCHUMER INTRODUCES BILL TO AWARD FIRST AFRICAN AMERICAN MARINES IN U.S. HISTORY WITH CONGRESSIONAL GOLD MEDAL; MONTFORD POINT MARINES INCLUDE NYC MAYOR DAVID DINKINS
SCHUMER, GILLIBRAND ANNOUNCE MORE THAN $8.5 MILLION FOR ELMIRA CORNING REGIONAL AIRPORT TO EXTEND RUNWAY
SCHUMER TOURS FLOOD DAMAGE IN UTICA REGION WILL FIGHT TO SECURE FEMA ASSISTANCE FOR HOMEOWNERS, BUSINESSES AND INFRASTRUCTURE HIT HARD BY LATEST ROUND OF FLOODING
SCHUMER TOURS FLOOD DAMAGE IN AMSTERDAM WILL PUSH TO SECURE FEDERAL AID TO HELP HOMEOWNERS, BUSINESSES TO RECOVER, AND TO REBUILD CANAL LOCKS DEVASTATED BY SECOND ROUND OF FLOODING
SCHUMER ANNOUNCES DEAL TO START REMAPPING OF CONTROVERSIAL NEW NASSAU FLOOD ZONES PASSES IMPORTANT HURDLE; COULD SAVE LONG ISLAND HOMEOWNERS FROM HAVING TO PAY THOUSANDS IN UNNECESSARY FLOOD INSURANCE
SCHUMER, GILLIBRAND ANNOUNCE SARATOGA COUNTY AIRPORT IS SET TO RECEIVE NEARLY $200,000 IN DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION FUNDING FOR RUNWAY, TAXIWAY IMPROVEMENTS
SCHUMER ANNOUNCES SULLIVAN COUNTY TO RECEIVE PUBLIC ASSISTANCE FROM FEMA
SCHUMER, FEMA OFFICIALS TOUR FLOOD DAMAGE, INSPECT RECOVERY EFFORTS IN PUTNAM COUNTY SCHUMER WILL PUSH TO SECURE AS MUCH FEDERAL AID AS POSSIBLE IN WAKE OF IRENE
SCHUMER, GILLIBRAND PUSH TO BOOST FEDERAL DISASTER RELIEF FUNDING TO HELP NEW YORK REBUILD AFTER IRENE
August 2011
SCHUMER, GILLIBRAND ANNOUNCE OVER $160,000 COMING TO PORT OF OSWEGO TO BEEF UP PORT SECURITY, SURVEILLANCE, AND IMPROVE EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS
SCHUMER ANNOUNCES OVER $1.5 MILLION IN USDA RURAL DEVELOPMENT LOAN COMING TO CARLTON; INVESTMENT WILL HELP EXPAND DRINKING WATER SERVICE TO CARLTON RESIDENTS
SCHUMER, GILLIBRAND, ISRAEL ANNOUNCE $2.4 MILLION FOR BAY SHORE FERRY IMPROVEMENTS
SCHUMER: HUNDREDS OF FINGER LAKES JOBS AT RISK AS CONFLICTING RULES ALLOW FOREIGN COMPANIES TO UNDERCUT IEC ELECTRONICS ON NATIONAL SECURITY PROJECTS PUSHES FEDS TO ENSURE THAT KEY TECHNOLOGY IS MADE IN THE FINGER LAKES REGION, NOT OVERSEAS
SCHUMER URGES CSX, AMTRAK, NEW YORK DOT AND THE FEDERAL RAILWAY ADMINISTRATION TO QUICKLY FINALIZE NECESSARY AGREEMENTS TO GET NEW YORK RAIL PROJECTS MOVING FORWARD
SCHUMER ANNOUNCES MAJOR STEP IN FEDS CREATION OF NO-DISCHARGE ZONE TO KEEP LAKE ONTARIO CLEAN: DUMPING SEWAGE & CHEMICALS OFF ROCHESTERS SHORE PUTS SWIMMERS AND BEACHGOERS AT RISK
SCHUMER CALLS ON FAA TO FINALIZE OVERDUE REGULATIONS DRAFTED IN THE WAKE OF FLIGHT 3407 CRASH
July 2011
SCHUMER DISCUSSES LATEST ON DEBT CEILING NEGOTIATONS WITHOUT AGREEMENT, MILLIONS OF NEW YORK SOCIAL SECURITY RECIPIENTS & VETERANS COULD FAIL TO RECEIVE THEIR CHECKS
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