Articles on pages 5 & 6 of the 11/03 Express.
Article on page 8 of the 08/18 issue.
It’s been more than six weeks since House Republican Leadership dealt a blow to American workers, taxpayers and businesses – nationwide, statewide, and here in the Capital Region – by shutting down the Export-Import Bank at the end of June.
Read the entire article in the 08-27 edition.
MECHANICVILLE AUGUST 14 & 15- Despite thunderstorms on Friday night the 112th Feast of the Assumption continued. People came when out rained and people came when it din't rain. On site there was musical entertainment from La Banda Rossa on Friday night and Quantum on Saturday night. Italian food, children's games, raffles, games of chance, wheels, Italian pastry, and of course the Virgin Mary. Congressman Paul Tonko attended on Saturday night.
More photos in the 08-20 edition.
AUGUST 13- The Town of Halfmoon is known for its population growth as a bedroom community. Manufacturing is part of the town's economic base. Congressman Paul Tonko toured some of these businesses on Rt.32. Pete Bardunias, President of the Chamber of Southern Saratoga County, helped to organize the tour.
Photos and article in the 08-20 edition.
MECHANICVILLE OCTOBER 16- Over one hundred people attended the Annual Economic Summit, sponsored by the Mechanicville - Stillwater Chamber of Commerce was held at the Elks on Thursday evening. Bob Brown, owner of D.C. Sports was honored as the Success Story of the Year.Congressman Paul Tonko, State Senator Kathy Marchione, Stillwater Supervisor Ed Kinowski, and Mechanicville Supervisor Tom Richardson represented government. Mike Russo of Global Foundries, Mike Tucker, CEO of of the Center for Economic Growth, and Todd Shimkus , President of the Saratoga County Chamber of Commerce, represented the private sector.
Read the entire article in the Oct. 23 issue of the Express.