May 15, 2018

Murphy Announces $9.3 Million For Affordable Housing In Lewisboro & Carmel

Albany, NY – There’s no place like home. For too many New Yorkers, the dream of owning their own house or apartment has turned into an unaffordable and unobtainable nightmare. For some New Yorkers, that dream is about to come true. Senator Terrence Murphy is pleased to announce that $9.3 million has been awarded to finance two affordable housing projects …

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May 15, 2018

Murphy’s Trio Landmark Legislation That Protect Victims Pass In Senate

Albany, NY – A new horror story involving a sex offender surfaces virtually every day. Most recently, a Bedford Central School bus driver was arrested for allegedly having sexual contact with an 11-year-old girl and sending her explicit text messages. In a heavily publicized case, a level 3 offender, whose victims were eight and nine-years-old at the time of his …

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May 10, 2018

Murphy Gives A+ For Teacher Appreciation Week

Co-Sponsors Bill to Delink State Standardized Tests From Teacher Evaluations Albany, NY – Teaching is a difficult profession with its own unique set of challenges. Being an educator in charge of cultivating young minds requires tremendous ability and preparation. It also requires continuous learning and support. Unfortunately, the current statutory system for evaluating teachers is tied to state standardized tests …

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May 7, 2018

Fourth Grader From Croton Named Winner of Murphy’s Earth Day Poster Contest

Croton-on-Hudson, NY – Now that spring is finally here, more families will be spending time outdoors swimming, playing sports or picnicking. Unfortunately, capitalizing on our leisure time also puts a strain on our natural resources, increasing pollution. This past Earth Day (April 22) saw a precipitous increase in the number of students taking responsibility for the future of the planet. …

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May 7, 2018

Murphy Campaign Comments on Governor’s Meddling In SD-40

BALDWIN PLACE, NY – Following Thursday night’s massive rally and convention nominating incumbent Senator Terrence Murphy for re-election, his campaign this morning commented on the stunning implosion of the Democratic party’s nominating process in the 40th Senate District covering Westchester and the Hudson Valley. Reports say progressive activists are left feeling infuriated and betrayed after the Governor himself was working …

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May 4, 2018

State Senator Terrence Murphy Launches Bid For Re-Election

PEEKSKILL, NY – Surrounded by family, friends, supporters, fellow elected officials, union presidents and party officials, State Senator Terrence Murphy launched his bid for reelection last night. Focusing on values and work ethic, the Senator from Yorktown made it clear his mission of cleaning up Albany and providing greater opportunity for his neighbors is not yet done. “I have earned …

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May 2, 2018

The Bell Tolls for Killers: Murphy’s Tough Legislation Will Put Anyone Who Murders A First Responder In Jail For Life

Albany, NY – In late April, Herman Bell, a convicted cop killer, walked out of prison after spending nearly 40 years behind bars. His release traumatized the families of the victims he had murdered and disgusted first responders and elected officials who had petitioned Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Parole Board to deny his release. As a …

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May 2, 2018

Murphy Presents Hudson Valley Chamber Executive with 2018 Woman of Distinction Award

Albany, NY – Deb Milone knows everybody’s business – and that’s a good thing. Ms. Milone is the Executive Director for the Hudson Valley Gateway Chamber of Commerce in Peekskill, an organization that serves to encourage and support new businesses, facilitate new partnerships and promotes the growth of current businesses in local communities. On May 1, Senator Terrence Murphy honored …

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May 1, 2018

State Antes Up to Pave Damaged Thoroughfares in Putnam & Westchester Counties

Murphy Announces $2.5 Million in harsh Winter Paving Initiative for 40th Senate District Albany, NY – The harsh winter left many roads in the Hudson Valley with potholes the size of craters and road surfaces that are so rough that driving on them should be considered an Olympic sport. Extreme weather calls for extreme solutions, and Senator Terrence Murphy is …

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