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31 Aug
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Liz Introduces Helpful Guide to Employing a Nanny & Other Full Time Domestic Workers

Dear Community Members, Many of my constituents have chosen to hire full time nannies or other domestic workers for their families. Some people are unaware, however, that when they hire domestic workers, they become employers, subject to the same rules ...

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30 Aug
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Liz’s Free Events List: September 2011

Courtesy of Liz: Free Events List For September 2011

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25 Aug
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New York City Hurricane Evacuation Zone Map

Click here to see if you live in a Hurrican Evaluation Zone

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24 Aug
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Liz Address Crowd & Those Testifying at Hydrofracking Hearing

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24 Aug
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Industry Skips Hydrofracking Hearing

KATONAH – With the Cuomo administration moving quickly to allow hydrofracking in parts of New York, maybe the industry doesn’t think they need to court state senators. No industry representatives chose to show up at a public hearing Tuesday chaired ...

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24 Aug
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Liz Joins Hundreds of East Siders to Protest the Proposed Marine Transfer Station

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24 Aug
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Liz’s Statement Urging the Marine Corps to Deny Permit Needed to Build Proposed Marine Transfer Station

STATEMENT FROM SENATOR KRUEGER URGING ARMY CORPS OF ENGINEERS TO DENY PERMIT FOR PROPOSED MARINE TRANSFER STATION ON EAST 91ST ST “From the inception, I have expressed serious concern regarding the plan to build a marine transfer station on East ...

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19 Aug
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Upper East Siders To Rally (Again) Against 91st Street Trash Station

By Amy Zimmer MANHATTAN — Upper East Siders will be raising their voices once again against the proposed garbage transfer station on the East River at 91st Street. East Side elected officials, including Rep. Carolyn Maloney, state Sen. Liz Krueger, Assemblyman ...

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18 Aug
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Liz’s Community Bulletin: August 2011

The following is section from this month’s Message from Liz . . . Once again our leaders in Washington are fighting over cuts to the deficit, while our economy teeters on the brink of a “double dip” recession. At the ...

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18 Aug
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Ethics Law Just First Step, Reformers Say

By Karen DeWitt Governor Cuomo signed into law new ethics oversight legislation, but some say the measure is flawed, and that there is still work to be done to fight corruption in government. Cuomo signed the ethics law without fanfare ...

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