Reps Say Top Brass At DOD Must Intervene By Ordering Air Force To Install Filtration System, At No Cost To Newburgh; “While a Full Investigation is Ongoing, We should Take Common Sense Action Today to Prevent Further Contamination,” Say Reps
Reps To DOD: Take Remedial Action Now to Prevent Known PFOS Source from Further Contaminating Newburgh Waterways
Newburgh, NY – Representative Sean Patrick Maloney (NY-18) released the following statement today in recognition of Martin Luther King Jr. Day:
Newburgh, NY – To honor our veterans and inspire civic engagement, Representative Sean Patrick Maloney (NY-18) announced his third Annual “Valentines for Our Veterans” initiative and encouraged his neighbors throughout the Hudson Valley to join him in making Valentine’s Day cards to send to our veterans.
Worked with Cuomo, Local Officials to Accelerate Construction
Funding Made Possible through Federal Highway Transportation Bill
Washington — On the first day of Senator Jeff Sessions confirmation hearing for United States Attorney General, Representative Sean Patrick Maloney (NY-18) called for the rejection of his nomination due to his dangerous record on civil rights and LGBT protections.
Washington — Representative Sean Patrick Maloney (NY-18) released the following statement after four Israeli soldiers were killed and over a dozen were injured in a terrorist attack in Jerusalem on Sunday, January 8th.
Maloney Led NY Congressional Delegation Letter of Support
Newburgh, NY — Representative Sean Patrick Maloney (NY-18) released the following statement after reports that New York State and Entergy have come to an agreement that includes shutting down Indian Point nuclear plant by April 2021.
Newburgh, NY - Representative Sean Patrick Maloney (NY-18) issued the following statement after a Long Island Rail Road (LIRR) train derailed at Atlantic Terminal in Brooklyn, NY injuring dozens of people.
Washington – Representative Sean Patrick Maloney (NY18) was officially sworn into office as a member of the 115th Congress. Today, marks the beginning of Rep. Maloney’s third term serving as a representative for New York’s 18th Congressional District in the Hudson Valley.
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CITY OF NEWBURGH — Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney will open an office in Newburgh on Monday.
Federal budget cuts affecting schools, the U.S. Military Academy at West Point and other programs and institutions throughout the Hudson Valley and Catskills lumbered into reality on Friday, as last-minute talks in Washington to avert them sputtered.
President Barack Obama and congressional leaders will make a final attempt at a pre-deadline compromise at a White House meeting this morning to avoid the automatic sequester cuts, but top lawmakers conceded the prospects were dim for a deal in the short term.
Delayed flights. Closed government offices. Services brought to a standstill. Employees told to stay home and forget about collecting a paycheck.
That's what may be in store today in the Hudson Valley as sequestration takes effect and federal officials begin to cut more than $85 billion in federal expenditures.
Agriculture is one of Hudson Valley's leading industries and local farmers are fighting to keep it that way. Farmers from across the region turned out for an Agricultural Town Hall Meeting hosted by Congressman Sean Patrick Maloney. YNN's Meredith Zaritheny was there and has more on how local leaders and farmers are teaming up to save the farming way of life.
A congressman from New York’s Hudson Valley will hold an Agriculture Town Hall gathering Wednesday in Orange County. The forum comes as Congress begins to consider a long-term farm bill.
Democratic Congressman Sean Patrick Maloney will hold the forum in Warwick. He says he wants to hear the concerns and priorities of local farmers and producers.
WARWICK — Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney will have a public forum Wednesday on farming issues.
Maloney, a freshman Democrat representing Orange County, serves on the House Agriculture Committee.
He said he wants to “hear the concerns and priorities of our local farmers and producers” as Congress resumes debating the stalled Farm Bill.