NY-19 Candidate Forum Hosted by Citizen Action of the Hudson Valley – 8/23/17

“8 Candidates have decided to stand up to run for Congress in 2018. This amount of competition should have John Faso scared to keep voting against his constituents.

Citizen Action of New York is excited to offer an opportunity to ask questions of Democratic Primary candidates, and listen for who among them has a vision for our community that is about people’s priorities, not the priorities of the super rich and righ wing agenda.

We have confirmed Jeff Beals, Steven Brisee, David Clegg, Antonio Delgado, Brian Flynn, Gareth Rhodes, Pat Ryan, and Sue Sullivan.

**No matter who runs in 2018, our work must be to build civic engagement and power in our communities through canvassing, and developing block captains.”
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Mountaintop Progressives is hosting a CD19 Candidate Forum – Tuesday, 8/22/17

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Senator Kirsten Gillibrand will host a Town Hall in Troy on Wednesday, August 9th ~ Doors at 4:15 ~ Event from 5 to 6:30pm

CAPITAL REGION TOWN HALL
Senator Kirsten Gillibrand will host a Town Hall in Troy on Wednesday, August 9th ~

She’ll give brief remarks, then take your questions about everything from health care to the economy.

Staff will also be on hand to answer questions you might have about how the Senator’s office can assist constituents. This is the perfect chance to raise your voice on the issues you care about.

All are welcome to come. You can RSVP ahead of time below or you can same-day RSVP at the event, but space is limited.

Details:
Hudson Valley Community College
McDonough Sports Complex – Gymnasium
80 Vandenburgh Avenue
Troy, NY 12180

Doors open at 4:15pm, event starts at 5:00pm and ends at 6:30pm. First come, first seated.

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Cairo Democrats BBQ at Angelo Canna Town Park – August 17th – 4:30 to 6:30pm

Cairo Democrats are sponsoring a Chicken Barbeque on Thursday, August 17th from 4:30 to 6:30….at Angelo Canna Park. Chicken, baked potato, veggie, dessert ,roll and butter..
All for only $12.00! Tickets available from Terry…291-6110; Linda…622-9491. Or Mary…622-2263.

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Congressional District 19 Candidate Forum – Tuesday, August 22nd – 6:30pm

Mountain Top Progressives Presents ~

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An Expert Panel on how the AHCA could affect Health Care in New York State – Hudson, June 26, 2017

What does the AHCA mean for NY State? How did the ACA (Obamacare) help NY State?

An Expert Panel on how the AHCA could affect Health Care in New York State ~ “The House of Representatives recently passed the American Health Care Act (AHCA) – a bill that, if passed, will leave 2.7 million New Yorkers without health insurance and will roll back protections for women, children and anyone with preexisting conditions. The AHCA would include $7 billion in cuts from New York’s healthcare system – effectively eliminating the Essential Plan, devastating our hospitals, and forcing major staffing cuts during a time when we need more, not less, doctors and nurses.”

Recordings from presentation available here on WGXC (slides and timing on recording below) ~ https://wavefarm.org/wgxc/newsroom/kp2ns4

Please sign: https://www.governor.ny.gov/content/fight-quality-health-care-0

Thank You.

http://www.twcnews.com/nys/capital-region/news/2017/06/26/ny-medicaid-director–right-now-is-the-time-to-fight.html

Recording details:
Intro and thanks, Hudson Hall Rep

2:15 – Jason Helgerson, State Medicare Director

4:30 – Panel Introduction : Slide 3

6:36 –   : Slide 4 (missing – waiting for copy)

7:24 – Stakes are extremely high

8:19 – A Few Facts about the ACA / Obamacare : Slide 5

9:15 – ACA Cut Premiums in Half for New Yorkers : Slide 6

10:15 – ACA Tax Credits : Slide 7 (and see Slide 15)

10:40 – Essential Plan : Slide 8

11:35 – Enrollment in Private Coverage 660% increase, almost one million people benefited : Slide 9

12:21 – Employer Provided Insurance affected, coverage for children to age 26, protections for pre-existing conditions : slide 10

13:50 – AHCA – If you lose insurance, you would be prohibited access to health insurance benefits for 6 months – to artificially drive down perceived premium fees, allow insurance companies avoid catastrophic expenses if you buy it

14:40 – AHCA – Annual or lifetime limits prohibited : slide 11 (missing – waiting for copy)
– Devastating repercussions for New York – All for the wealthiest to get a tax break : Slide 12

15:10 – #1 Cause of Bankruptcy from inability to pay medical bills, ACA fixed this, this will be normal practice with AHCA

16:15 – 1/6th of our population lives will be changed for worse due to AHCA

16:50 – why? Tax cuts for the rich, less to do with health care than their tax cutting agenda

17:15 – AHCA more cost effective for anyone?  Yes, young and healthy, pay less in premiums and higher deductibles (means you pay more money), charge pre-existing condition, elderly and women

18:26 – ACA built on premise that we share the burden, community, collective societal responsibility, healthy contribute to care of sick, not with the AHCA – with AHCA you are on your own, who cares about the sick

19:00 – AHCA Covers Fewer Benefits : Slide 14

20:00 – AHCA – Tax Credits, in reality Insurance would be less affordable for many : Slide 15 (hypothetical scenarios)

22:10 – AHCA – Medicaid cuts total over $7 billion cumulatively over the next four years : Slide 16

21:44 – Medicaid Important Revenue Source for Health Care Industry, Medicaid is the largest revenue source for Health Care Providers in NY State.  Medicare is the 2nd largest, before you get to the Insurance Industry

22:55 – Health Care Providers living on narrow margins, Health Care Access could be threatened, and/or pay more property taxes

23:40 – Right Now – 1 in 3 covered in NY State by Medicaid are Children, 71% of NY State Nursing Home Residents are covered by Medicaid : Slide 17

24:02 – Right Now – 52% of baby deliveries in NY State are covered by Medicaid, 40% of ER, Clinic Visits, Outpatient Surgeries in NY State are covered by Medicaid : Slide 18

24:25 – AHCA – Prevention and Public Health Fund Eliminated : Slide 19

24:57 – AHCA – Impact on Planned Parenthood Health Care Provider : Slide 20

26:12 – Opiod Crisis – $2 Billion in funding in AHCA not nearly enough – substance abuse disorder treatment, insurance companies could once again opt out : Slide 21

28:11 – What Can We Do? – Sign Petition – https://www.governor.ny.gov/content/fight-quality-health-care-0 : Slide 23

29:30 – We can stop this Act from becoming Law

29:40 – Call Faso now!

31:00 – Panelists give their perspectives and then Questions from the Audience

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Young Dems – July 20th • NY 19 Votes Summer Canvass – July 23rd • Rally in the Valley – July 22-23 • GREENE COUNTY YOUTH FAIR 2017 – JULY 27-30

Join in the fun! We have a few events coming up and would like to see you there!!

Happy Summer!

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JULY 20th – 7:30-9:30pm – at HiLo – 365 Main St, Catskill, New York 12414

YOUNG DEMOCRATS ~ Calling all Greene County Young Democrats, progressives, and friends! Are you fired up and looking for ways to get involved? We have the event for you! Come join us on July 20th to learn more about what you can do to make a big impact both locally and on a national level. Legislator Aidan O’Connor Jr. (a fellow Greene County YD) will be sharing a few words on the importance of running for office, and how fellow young Democrats can do so.

We will also be holding a BAF (Bring A Friend) raffle – everyone who attends will get a ticket, but you’ll get an additional ticket for each friend you bring!

Please feel free to message Danielle McMullen on FB for more information. We look forward to seeing you there!

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Join us for the NY19Votes Summer Canvass!

Greene County:
Catskill HQ: 404-406 Main Street, Catskill, NY 12414
Windham HQ: Higher Grounds Coffee, 61 NY-296, Windham, NY 12496​

Stop by the Headquarters to pick-up and return turf sheets and documentation. Need training? Let us know –

Sign-Up Here:

https://actionnetwork.org/events/ny19votes-summer-canvass

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Rally in the Valley

This weekend in Hudson! – July 21-23, Hudson, NY
A FESTIVAL OF ART, EDUCATION, AND ACTION IN SUPPORT OF UPPER HUDSON PLANNED PARENTHOOD.
Rally in the Valley represents a new approach to community-outreach, with inclusive programming designed to engage and inspire. The festival aims to rally public support while raising funds for UHPP. By bringing people together in such a public way, the rally will send a strong political message, and build lasting community relationships.”

www.rallyinthevalley.org/

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Greene County Youth Fair

We will have a booth at the Greene County Youth Fair 2017 – JULY 27-30

Drop by and say hello!

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GreeneDems.org – More Info
GCDC on Flickr – Event Photos
GCDC on Facebook

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Stop the Senate Health Care Bill – Add Your Name

Please sign this petition:

https://www.governor.ny.gov/content/fight-quality-health-care-0

 

 

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Governor Cuomo’s Shared Services Initiative – Greene County

https://www.ny.gov/programs/shared-services-initiative

1s-Summary of first County Wide Shared Services Initiative

 

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5s-Summary of first County Wide Shared Services Initiative

 

Notes from Public Hearing:

Schools 3 so far committed
If find savings, gov match savings – Only get match money in the first yr
Merger expenses can negate savings in the first year
July determine recommendations and send by 7/15(?) see photo below

Town supervisors meet 3 times June 1, 29 and July
Savings may include workforce reduction

Inquired about getting meeting notes, they are not yet ready
Town Supervisors met and came up with :
1 consolidated ambulances- centralized does not have to be every town
2 shared legal svcs most towns contractual pay hrly rate
3 employee training tech/sex harassment/etc
4 merger of cable franchise agreements / raise franchise fees at this time / set up fund to expand internet access from franchise fees
5 grant writers state and foundations
6 animal control
7 consolidated street lights 27 districts in county not pkg lots etc convert to LEDs different ownership some towns own pole others / Central Hudson own bulb or bulb and wire etc., reduce bills? Net savings?
8 town hall heating, water, parks maintenance
Purchasing
IT / engineering etc – 375 computers
Payroll and accounting systems towns piggyback on county systems software
Property code enforcement
Better product by consolidating?
Property tax collection/clerk
Voter referendum for change of already elected clerks
Banks do for free get rid of tax collector and pay at bank
Tax assessor some doing multiple towns already – six years term – referendum for county wide NEED revaluation of home taxes- expensive updated on line mass appraisal- entire county 34000 properties 4-5year project cost $, monumental exercise get a better product?
Snow plowing – and school districts some contract out – can schools be added to road – timing can they-get rid of highway departments-how put together cost analysis- vehicles materials buildings getting to all needed first, fund in advance
Health- 12 mill self insured entity -health care collective consortium current/group purchasing
Tompkins county Ithaca consolidated save 3mill /yr / collective bargaining, would all care stay same? Towns will save money
Approval from state and pre fund
All same plan fund in advance
Records management- shift to online data and central storage and then old data archival effort guidelines for number of years kept, doesn’t need to be on paper
Consolidated courts unified system reduce number of referendum needed complex costs small towns wasting money
Lots of work required
Panelists – Town Supervisors
Come back with more ideas
Towns have to defend decision to not participate / Catskill won’t participate in ambulance consolidation
Home rule – want it so put it on tax rolls for town
Town police overlaps with sheriff and state police
Local towns police Needed?
Where does it make sense and how do you get consensus? Problem with ambulance 3 yrs
?s – Quality reduces? Efficiency? Lose service via consolidation? Money saved vs other negative impacts
80perct of taxes unfounded / government mandate true?
260 miles of county roads to maintain we can’t do all because of low money
Gov mandates without funding… true? (Say’s $ to be paid to counties is in State Budget that is not approved, will the $ get approved? When, after the work is done? Will this $ be removed? Depends on next Governor elected in fall 2018
Anne shared data of school shared services
Use resources better-ex: food service better product bulk purchase so reduced cost
Special ed teacher cover multiple districts
650 sq miles
Schools already doing and savings
Piggy back service
Volume procurement saves money
Once consolidated –
Who do you complain to?
Save money one yr or every year?
Towns come together based on area/logistics?

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Questions ….

Who chooses governing org of each group?
How is public involved in decision making?
Next year go thru same exercise – why?
Missed
Two year program
Short time period 45days too tight
Not a collective refund
3rd part comes in to do evaluation

Confusing…
14towns have tax levy -money needed for expenses
Warrant completely colllected

County prints bill town sends and collects it
Towns get money first ?
Who gets refund from State? How divide?

Elections charge back to towns for costs , stop doing

Realtors…

Incentives for 2nd home purchase 2nd home owner taxes reduced?

County chases tax payment

Take away jobs and money going into county?
Assessing properties –
County would have to become assessing authority by referendum on ballot
If county takes over
Assessing is not collection

Start collecting data now
Do biggest cost savings first
Code enforcement use ny state rules but consolidated
Planning board zoning board environmental consolidation?

Is there a mandate for services to be cut from taxes if consolidated?
Not better product just tax reduction?

Where is money coming from?

Subcommittee to cooperate with Columbia county?

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Last Public Hearing on the County Wide Shared Services Initiative

The 3rd of 3 Public Hearings on the County Wide Shared Services Initiative ~ in Windham this Tuesday ~ Please come to this meeting!

Bring ideas of how Greene County can consolidate efforts to improve service and save taxpayers money.

PUBLIC HEARING – County Wide Shared Services Initiative ~ in Windham this Tuesday

June 13 @ 6:30 pm
Greene County Legislature, Public Hearings
Venue
Centre Property
Windham, NY United States

Public HearingGovernor’s Shared Services Initiative

Please come to this public hearing, we need your support.

Thank YOU!

Greene County Democratic Committee

http://greenegovernment.com/event/public-hearing-cwssi-2

https://www.ny.gov/programs/shared-services-initiative

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MESSAGE FROM THE CHAIR:

A thoughtful piece on our challenges and opportunities as we Take Back the House in 2018!  And don’t forget the 74 town races in 2017. Do you have candidates identified in your town?

https://www.google.com/amp/s/mobile.nytimes.com/2017/06/10/opinion/sunday/can-democrats-save-themselves.amp.html
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GreeneDems.org – More Info
GCDC on Flickr – Event Photos
GCDC on Facebook

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Public Hearing on the County Wide Shared Services Initiative

This is the 2nd of 3 Public Hearings on the County Wide Shared Services Initiative ~ in Cairo this Tuesday ~ Please come to this meeting!

Bring ideas of how Greene County can consolidate efforts to improve service and save money.

PUBLIC HEARING – CWSSI
June 6 @ 6:30 pm
Greene County Legislature, Public Hearings
Venue:
Greene County Emergency Control and Training Center
25 Volunteer Drive
Cairo, NY 12413 United States
Phone:
518-622-3643
http://greenegovernment.com/event/public-hearing-cwssi

Public HearingGovernor’s Shared Services Initiative

Please come to this public hearing, we need your support.

Thank YOU!

Greene County Democratic Committee

http://greenegovernment.com/event/public-hearing-cwssi 

https://www.ny.gov/programs/shared-services-initiative

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The 3rd meeting will be held in Windham:

June 13 @ 6:30 pm
Greene County Legislature, Public Hearings
Venue
Centre Property
Windham, NY United States

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GreeneDems.org – More Info
GCDC on Flickr – Event Photos
GCDC on Facebook

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Want to Run for Local Office?

Want to Run for Local Office?
74 Local Elections in November 2017 ~
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Find what office to run for and contact your Town Chair here ~ http://greenedems.org/?page_id=39

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PUBLIC HEARING – GOVERNOR’S SHARED SERVICES INITIATIVE ~ May 30 @ 6:30 pm

Please come to this meeting if you are available, public participation is needed.

http://greenegovernment.com/event/public-hearing-governors-shared-services-initiative

https://www.ny.gov/programs/shared-services-initiative

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Latest Reports on the Impact of the Republican’s American Health Care Act

Devastating.

There is no other way to describe the latest reports on the impact of the Republican’s American Health Care Act. 23 million people would lose their health care according to the non-partisan Congressional Budget Office, states would lose $834 billion in federal funds for their Medicaid programs and in New York, 2.7 million people would be left without health coverage.

That’s 1 in every 7 New Yorkers who would be shut out of potentially life-saving medical careAnother 7 million New Yorkers who rely on Medicaid and other services created under the Affordable Care Act would also be put at risk.

And all this comes with a hefty price tag – a loss of nearly $7 billion in health care funding in New York alone.

Fewer people covered and much greater cost for taxpayers is a prescription for disaster.

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But the bad news doesn’t stop there. The AHCA would also defund Planned Parenthood, strip away access to reproductive health services, and deny low-income New Yorkers tax credits used to lower insurance costs.

Their bill will deny millions of Americans access to critical health programs like maternity and pediatric services, opioid addiction treatment, and protections for people with pre-existing conditions. It would set our country back to the darkest days of the Great Depression when getting sick was a financial death blow.

In New York, we don’t look back and we’re not going to let this Congress take us back to the days when going to a doctor meant going broke. So please, reach out to your member of Congress and make your voice count.

Think of your friends and family. Think of yourself. Now think of a country where health care is unaffordable and unattainable for you and the people you love.

That’s not who we are as New Yorkers. If you feel the same way, please join us in sending a message to Congress. 

In unity,

Andrew Cuomo

 

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Want to run for local office?

Talk to your Town Chair, we are setting up interviews for potential Candidates in 2017 and 2018 ~

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Faso Lied to this Constituent with a Brain Lesion

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Spring Canvass!!! Sunday, May 7th ~ Headquarters in Catskill

NY 19 Votes Spring Canvass

Sign Up ~ Show Up! You don’t have to live in Catskill or Windham to participate. Come to the training in Catskill or Windham, and then go to your neighborhood or town to canvass. It’s easy!  Canvassing now will help all our candidates this November, and next November.

Join us and help make our NY 19 Votes Spring Canvass as powerful as possible. Let’s continue to register and engage voters across the district! Sign Up!  http://bit.ly/NY19SpringCanvass

GREENE COUNTY: Information will be the same in both locations
Catskill: 466 Main Street, Catskill, NY 12414
Windham: Higher Grounds Coffee, 61 NY-296, Windham, NY 12496 – (518) 734-4120

May 07, 2017 1:00 PM – 6:00 PM

Host Contact Info: resistancevotereg@gmail.com
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Site Canvassing:  On May 7th along with knocking doors we’ll be training and sending canvassers to bus stops, shopping plaza parking lots, parks and everywhere there is heavy foot traffic to talk to voters and folks who need to register to vote.

Neighborhood Team Leaders— We’re seeking dedicated volunteers and teams to adopt neighborhoods and canvass those neighborhoods throughout the entire election cycle.  Neighborhood Team Leaders will receive extensive training to listen to, learn from, then energize and activate their neighborhood electorate in November.

Let us know where you would like to canvass in advance, we’ll have the lists ready for you.

https://actionnetwork.org/events/ny-19-votes-spring-canvass

on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/1308585082522154/

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Thank You for participating in the Salute to FDR!

Thank you for participating in the 2017 Salute to FDR.  We appreciate your efforts, and your support!

Thank You CD 19 Candidates:  Brian Flynn, Sue Sullivan, Antonio Delgado, Steven Brisee, Patrick Ryan, and Jeffrey Beals.  

The money raised at this event will be used to support Democratic Candidates in the 76 local races in Greene County in 2017. Want to Run?

2017 Salute to FDR Photos on Flickr and on Facebook

Photographs of the event – links:

On Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a.10155140355888971.1073741841.55065498970&type=1&l=463985d862

On Flickr: https://flic.kr/s/aHskW8JUcb

 

 

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Climate March in Hudson • April 29th • 11AM

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Greene County Broadband and NY “Broadband for All by 2018” ~ April 2nd, 2017

Updates coming soon…

For more information, please contact Beth Schneck at bSchneckPhoto@gmail.com – updates coming soon.

The Broadband Program Office has made Round III RFP guidelines available and will begin accepting applications for broadband funding on the Consolidated Funding Application portal starting on June 6, 2017, and applications must be submitted by August 15, 2017. The New NY Broadband Program sets as a requirement for service a goal of 100 Mbps download speeds, with 25 Mbps acceptable in the most remote and rural areas.
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https://www.nysbroadband.ny.gov
https://www.ny.gov/programs/broadband-all
https://www.fcc.gov/reports-research/reports/broadband-progress-reports/2016-broadband-progress-report
https://www.greenegovernment.com/news-press/greene-county-isps-broadband
https://www.greenegovernment.com/news-press/nys-phase-ii-grants-to-bring-broadband-to-4391-unserved-and-underserved-greene-county-homes-and-businesses
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http://www.ottcommunications.com/regional-broadband-approaches/

Columbia County Information as reference – ConnectColumbiaCounty.com :
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