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Johns Honors Local NY Employee Of Distinction
Assemblyman Mark Johns (R,C,I,Ref-Webster) recently honored Priscilla Salgado, the nurse manager of St. Ann’s Community at Cherry Ridge in Webster, as the LeadingAge New York Employee of Distinction. LeadingAge represents 5,600 not-for-profits...
Johns: Volunteer Firefighter Benefit Law Extended To Better Provide Coverage For Volunteer Firefighters Against Cancer
I am very proud to live in a community where so many men and women selflessly volunteer as firefighters and emergency personnel. They fight every day to safeguard our lives, homes, businesses and neighborhoods from flames, flooding and all kinds of...
Johns Praises Bipartisan Effort To Deliver Emergency Funding For Lake Ontario Flood Victims
For many years I expressed my opposition to the IJC’s Plan 2014. Unfortunately, the plan went ahead and now New Yorkers are literally losing their lives and property as a result. In this very unfortunate state of emergency, I have continued my...
Johns: Assembly Should Take Stand Against Domestic Violence With Brittany’s Law
The Domestic Violence Prevention Act, or Brittany’s Law, is named after a 12-year-old girl from Geneva, New York who was stabbed to death in a gruesome act of domestic violence in 2009. Helen, her mother, was also murdered in the incident. Every...