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Hamburg Chamber Hosts Luncheon With Mark Gristanti New York State Senator – 60th District

HAMBURG, NY – The Hamburg Chamber of Commerce will host an informative luncheon with Mark Grisanti, New York State Senator on Friday, June 29, 2012.  Senator Grisanti is representing the newly redrawn 60th District which encompasses all of Erie County, the City of Buffalo Districts, and the Town and Village of Hamburg and the Town of Orchard Park.  The check-in and registration for the luncheon begins at 11:30 AM at Woodlawn Beach State Park Pavilion, located at S-3580 Lakeshore Road, Blasdell, 14219.

Senator Grisanti will be speaking on his groundbreaking legislation like UB 2020, property tax cap, equality for all New Yorkers and the largest middle tax class cut in decades. Pertinent issues like lowering government spending and providing accountability and financial transparency, as well as education, environmental energy, medicade reform and efforts to increase jobs and tourism to Western NY will all be covered.  A question an answer session will follow Senator Grisanti’s presentation to ensure an interactive and informative lunch event.

Cost to attend is $20.00 for Chamber members & member guests and $25.00 for non-members.  Check-in for the event is 11:30 AM, lunch at 12 Noon, and the program will begin at approximately 12:15 PM.  Reservations are available now and must be made in advance. For more information and to register, visit the Chamber's website at www.hamburg-chamber.org or call the Hamburg Chamber at 716-649-7917.

This event is part of the Chamber's Government Relations Advocacy Series, a communication program amid business and government that identifies the local and regional priorities of business as well as quality-of-life issues.  This Chamber event is open to all Hamburg Chamber members and the public. The event is supported by Nussbaumer & Clarke Inc., FMV Tax Professionals, M&T Bank, Hamburg Development Companies, Rural Metro/Medical Services, and Linda Heitz Catalano of Legal Shield.

Media Contact:
Erin Heisterman
716-649-7917







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2012-09-07 | 15:06:33
Sadly trying to garnish votes with more promises...unfortunately he made promises and broke them on one of the biggest issues our State has ever had...redefining marriage...Civil ceremonies would have been more appropriate, but you refused to go there.
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