• RESULTS FOR THE HUDSON VALLEY

  • 37,174,362
    Dollars Recovered for NY-18
  • 409
    Medals & Awards Returned to Vets
  • 9,023
    Constituent Cases Closed
  • 41
    Bills Signed Into Law

Delivering for NY-18 Fire and Police Departments, and Public Safety Initiatives

Delivering for NY-18 Fire and Police Departments, and Public Safety Initiatives

Congressman Maloney is proud to fight for our frontline heroes in Congress day in and day out. Since coming to Congress, Rep. Maloney has delivered over $7 million in crime prevention and public safety awards to help our police departments and school districts improve our safety, as well as nearly $13 million to ensure our local fire departments have the cash they need to purchase new equipment and recruit and retain firefighters. When it comes to going to bat for our first responders, Rep. Maloney's record speaks for itself. 
 
AFG/SAFER AWARDS: $12,810,805
 

These awards include funding to Newburgh and other district-wide fire departments to assist with the purchase of equipment and the recruitment/retention of firefighters.

RECIPIENT

AMOUNT

REASON FOR FUNDING

Arlington Fire District

$237,800

$130,500

$42,480

$24,546

Recruit and retain volunteer membership

Purchase equipment and improve operations

Fire prevention

Purchase equipment and improve operations

Carmel Fire Department

$203,965

Purchase equipment and improve operations

Chester Fire District

$10,918

$52,272

Purchase equipment and improve operations

Acquire ventilation system to eliminate fumes

City of Beacon FD

$101,856

$31,143

Purchase equipment and improve operations

City of Newburgh FD

$2,400,000

$2,400,000

$2,688,054

$22,728

$248,700

Hiring of firefighters

Hiring of firefighters

Hiring of firefighters

Purchase equipment and improve operations

Hiring of firefighters

City of Poughkeepsie Fire Department

$959,455

$275,046

 

$165,024

Hiring of firefighters

Purchase resources that support firefighting and non-affiliated EMA operations and safety.


Purchase equipment and improve operation

Croton Falls Fire District

$512,296

Recruit and retain volunteer membership

Fairview Fire District

$158,948

Purchase equipment and improve operations

Fishkill Fire Department

$58,381

Purchase equipment and improve operations

Goshen Fire District

$61,760

Purchase equipment and improve operations

Huguenot Fire Company

$642,314

Purchase equipment and improve operations

LaGrange Fire District

$114,324

Purchase equipment and improve operations

Mahopac Falls Fire District

$81,429

Acquire 35 sets of turnout gear, helmets, and boots

Montgomery Fire District

$250,286

Life-saving protective gear

Mount Kisco Volunteer Fire Department

$40,850

Purchase equipment and improve operations

New Hackensack Fire District

$228,150

$54,907

Purchase equipment and improve operations

New Hampton Fire Department

$52,000

$164,105

Purchase equipment and improve operations

Update aging Self Contained Breathing Apparatuses (SCBAs)

Phillipstown North Highlands Fire Districts

$110,675

Purchase equipment and improve operations

Pound Ridge Volunteer Fire Department

$90,440

Purchase equipment and improve operations

Sparrowbush Engine Company

$195,453

Purchase equipment and improve operations

CRIME PREVENTION/PUBLIC SAFETY AWARDS: $7,036,637

The following grants include funding from the DOJ and its numerous sub-awards. District-wide police departments and school districts were awarded these funds—some multiple times—to increase and improve the safety of residents and students. In some instances, funds were used for the acquisition of more advanced technology and the hiring of additional police officers.

GRANT TYPE

RECIPIENT

AMOUNT

BJA

City of Poughkeepsie

$24,835

$30,000

BJA

City of Newburgh PD

$125,000

Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (JAG)

City of Beacon PD

$30,600

CHP

City of Newburgh PD

$500,000

CHP

City of Poughkeepsie PD

$625,000

CHP

City of Middletown PD

$500,000

Dept. of Justice (DOJ)

Boys & Girls Club, Newburgh

$30,000

DOJ

Dutchess County Family Services

$750,000

DOJ

Mount St. Mary College

$297,332

DOJ

Town of Pound Ridge

$450,000

DOJ

Valley Central School District

$85,000

DOJ, COP’s

Village of Goshen

$128,978

JAG

City of Newburgh PD

$50,000

$34,087

JAG

City of Poughkeepsie PD

$150,000

JAG

Dutchess County

$225,000

JAG

Putnam County

$450,000

JAG

Orange County

$51,405

Office of Justice Programs (OJP)

Orange County

$1,500,000

OJP

Orange County

$150,000

OJP

Putnam/N. Westchester Women’s Resource Center

$350,000

OJP

Wallkill Boys & Girls Club

$40,000

OJP

Westchester Hispanic Coalition

$490,000