Press Releases

Assemblymember Lavine Announces Grant for Helen Keller Services for the Blind Summer Camp

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North Shore, LI – Assemblymember Charles Lavine (D-North Shore) has secured a grant for a camp for children with disabilities.To make the announcement, Lavine visited Camp Helen Keller, which is run by Helen Keller Services for the Blind (HKSB)...

Assemblymember Lavine Presents Citation Recognizing New Yoga Studio in Glen Cove

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Glen Cove, NY – Assemblymember Charles Lavine (D-Glen Cove) presented a citation in recognition of the recent opening of a new yoga studio in Glen Cove.On Friday (7/22) Lavine met with owners Jason and Sheila Samel who are trying to set themselves...

Assemblymember Lavine Issues Statement on Resignation of Chief Justice DiFiore

NORTH SHORE, LI – Assemblymember Charles Lavine (D-North Shore, LI) issued the following statement regarding the impending resignation of New York State Chief Justice Janet DiFiore:  “With respect to any serious matter before the State...

Assemblymember Lavine Opposes Town of Oyster Bay Plan to Create Bureau of Adjudication

NORTH SHORE, LI – Assemblymember Charles Lavine (D-North Shore, LI) issued the following statement in response to the Town of Oyster Bay’s plan to create a Bureau of Adjudication:  “Any willful, intentional and deliberate misrepresentation...

Assemblymember Lavine Pens Letter to Supreme Court Justice John Roberts

GLEN COVE, NEW YORK – In response to several recent high-profile rulings, New York State Assembly Judiciary Chairman Charles Lavine (D-Glen Cove) has written a letter to Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts in which he urges the Court to consider...

Assemblymember Lavine Responds to Closing of King Kullen with Letter Expressing Concern About Grocery Shopping Options for Glen Cove Residents

Glen Cove, New York – Assemblymember Charles Lavine (D-Glen Cove), along with State Senator Anna Kaplan (D-North Hills), are responding to the impending closure of the popular grocery chain store King Kullen in Glen Cove with a letter to the owner...

Assemblymember Lavine Responds to Closing of King Kullen with Letter Expressing Concern About Grocery Shopping Options for Glen Cove Residents - Letter

Assemblymember Lavine Helps Implement Safety Measure at Glen Cove Schools

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Glen Cove, New York – Glen Cove middle school students, their parents, and staff are a little safer thanks to the efforts of Assemblymember Charles Lavine (D-Glen Cove). After hearing about unsafe road conditions in front of Finley Middle School...

Assemblymember Lavine Funds the Police

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Glen Cove, New York – Assemblymember Charles Lavine (D-Glen Cove) recently presented the Glen Cove Police Department with a $250,000 capital grant he secured. The funding paid for 5 brand new, state of the art, Ford Police Interceptors. The funds...

Assemblymember Lavine Sponsors New Bill to Protect Abortion Rights Nationwide

Glen Cove, New York – Assemblymember Charles Lavine (D-Glen Cove) is sponsoring new legislation to protect abortion rights nationwide. The Geraldine Santoro Act of 2022 (A10232) comes in anticipation of the expected ruling by the United States Supreme...

Assemblymember Lavine Challenges Threats to Abortion Rights with New Legislation

Glen Cove, New York – As some states try to deny human rights and abortion rights, Assemblymember Charles Lavine (D-Glen Cove) continues to fight for reproductive health. Lavine is sponsoring three new pieces of legislation: “These bills will...

Assemblymember Lavine Recognizes Westbury Business for Supporting Our Troops Overseas

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Westbury, New York – Assemblymember Charles Lavine (D-Westbury) is recognizing a local business owner for his support of our troops overseas.Lavine recently paid a visit to All Round Foods Bakery Products, Inc. of Westbury and met with owner Glen...

Assemblymember Lavine Expresses Concern About Pollution Levels in Letter to State Officials

GLEN COVE, NEW YORK – Assemblymember Charles Lavine (D-Glen Cove) is expressing concern about pollution levels in two cities within his district.In a letter to Basil Seggos, New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Commissioner and...

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Assemblymember Lavine Sends Letter to Nassau County Executive Blakeman Urging Better Way to Negotiate with LIPA

Glen Cove, New York – Assemblymember Charles Lavine (D-Glen Cove) has sent a letter to Nassau County Executive Bruce Blakeman urging a more inclusive, and therefore more equitable and fair, method for the negotiations with LIPA relating to...

Assemblymember Lavine Sends Letter to Nassau County Executive Blakeman Urging Better Way to Negotiate with LIPA - Letter

Assemblymember Lavine Responds to Humanitarian Crisis in Ukraine with Collection Drive

Glen Cove, New York – Assemblymember Charles Lavine (D-Glen Cove) is joining the Ukrainian Americans of Long Island for a humanitarian collection drive for the suffering people of Ukraine. The drive is the latest expression of American solidarity...

Assemblymember Lavine Secures Grant to Fund Plainview Schools Robotics Program

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Plainview, New York – Assemblymember Charles Lavine (D-Plainview) has secured a programmatic funding grant for the Plainview-Old Bethpage School District to fund its robotics program.On Friday (3/4/22), Lavine visited Plainview-Old Bethpage John...

Assemblymember Lavine Joins Peaceful Gathering in Support of Ukrainian Community

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Glen Cove, New York – Assemblymember Charles Lavine (D-Glen Cove) joined the Ukrainian Americans of Long Island, other elected officials, and hundreds of concerned neighbors at a peaceful gathering outside the Killenworth mansion Sunday (2/27) in...

Assemblymember Lavine Announces Legislation to Modernize and Simplify the State Court System

Albany, New York – Assembly Judiciary Committee Chair Charles D. Lavine (D-Glen Cove) is introducing proposals to achieve long-overdue reform and simplification of the state’s overly complicated court system. The initial announcement was made...