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  New Brunswick - Encyclopedia.WorldSearch   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
New Brunswick is a Maritime Province, on the country's east coast.
New Brunswick lies entirely within the Appalachian Mountain range, a chain of ancient, eroded mountains which have created river valleys and low, gently rolling hills throughout large parts of the province.
New Brunswick has a complete network of English and French public schools serving from kindergarten to high school; there are also several private secondary schools having secular and religious affiliations.
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 Mario Cuomo - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
He was the 56th Governor of New York from 1983 to 1995.
He was born in the borough of Queens in New York City and earned his bachelor's degree in 1953 and law degree in 1956 from St.
He became governor in 1983, defeating Koch in the 1982 Democratic primary and Republican businessman Lewis Lehrman, a conservative Catholic convert, in the general election, and won election for three consecutive terms, serving until 1995.
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 New York State Senate >> About the Senate >> Historical Timeline
Governor Dongan, his Council and delegates meet at Fort James in New York City and pass the "Charter of Liberties and Privileges" which establishes an elected Assembly to share legislative power with the governor and his Council.
New England colonies are combined by King James II into the Dominion of New England, and Edmund Andros is appointed governor of this area.
New York's Royal Governor William Tryon, appointed to the position in 1771, is forced to leave New York City and stay on a British warship anchored in the harbor.
www.senate.state.ny.us /sws/aboutsenate/timeline.html   (3416 words)

 Henry Livingston's Cousins
He was one of the founders of the New York Society library in 1754; of the chamber of commerce in 1770; and one of the governors of the New York hospital in 1771.
He was a member of the governor's council; a member of the committee of one hundred; a delegate to the let and 2d provincial congresses of New York, 1775-76; president of the let congress and state treasurer, 1775-77, participating in the measures that led to the Revolution.
VAN RENSSELAER, Stephen, soldier, was born in New York city, Nov. 1, 1765; son of Stephen and Catherine (Livingston) Van Rensselaer; grandson of Philip and Maria (Sanders) Livingston; great-grandson of Kiliaen and Areoantie (Schuyler) Van Rensselaer; great2-grandson of Jeremias, the immigrant, and Maria (Van Cortlandt) Van Rensselaer, and great3-grandson of Kiliaen, the first patroon.
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 CNN.com - Cuomo may quit New York governor's race - September 3, 2002
NEW YORK (CNN) -- Trailing in recent voter polls and facing opposition from most party leaders, Democrat Andrew Cuomo is expected to withdraw from the New York primary for governor Tuesday, several New York Democratic sources said.
Cuomo aides are meeting Tuesday morning in New York City to discuss his departure and a possible endorsement of state Comptroller Carl McCall, sources close to the Cuomo campaign said.
A news conference in New York is scheduled for midday Tuesday.
archives.cnn.com /2002/ALLPOLITICS/09/03/cuomo   (257 words)

 AllRefer.com - George Clinton, colonial governor of New York (U.S. History, Biography) - Encyclopedia
George Clinton c.1686–1761, colonial governor of New York (1743–53), b.
Through family connections, Clinton was appointed (1741) governor of New York and arrived in the colony in 1743.
Clinton later quarreled with DeLancey; his attempts to regain his lost powers failed; and his administration resulted in a permanent weakening of royal government in New York.
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 CONEG - New York Governor
Governor Pataki was born on June 24, 1945, on his family's farm in Peekskill, New York.
Governor Pataki then worked for a New York law firm and served as counsel to two state senate committees.
In 1992, he was elected to the New York State Senate, a position he held until he became governor in January 1995.
www.coneg.org /govs/NewYork.htm   (239 words)

 New York's Farmer Governor
Governor Bouck took the oath of office and Governor Seward congratulated him on the high distinction conferred on him by the people of the state.
Governor Bouck was buried in the family cemetery on Bouck’s Island and later moved to the Middleburgh cemetery.
New York consisted of 10 counties in 1776.
www.schohariehistory.net /Review/Spring2003/Hagan.htm   (4581 words)

 List of Governors of New York - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This is a list of the Governors of New York.
The Governor of the U.S. state of New York is the highest executive officer of the state, was originally chosen for a term of two years.
"Governors of New York" - history page on New York State website
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Governor_of_New_York   (111 words)

 New Georgia Encyclopedia: Henry W. Grady (1850-1889)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Henry W. Grady, the "Spokesman of the New South," served as managing editor for the Atlanta Constitution in the 1880s.
Invited to speak at the 1886 meeting of the New England Society in New York City, Grady preached the promises of a New South.
Nevertheless, his influence as the spokesman of the New South was extensive, providing both the political framework and the rhetorical motivation for Atlanta as a burgeoning symbol of the New South.
www.newgeorgiaencyclopedia.org /nge/Article.jsp?id=h-2451   (941 words)

 Governor George Pataki's 2004 State of the State Address (Gotham Gazette. January 7, 2004)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
We know what they are capable of, we know that New York will always be a target of their evil, and we know that nothing is more important than preventing them from striking again.
As New Yorkers we are fortunate to have leaders with the courage to confront this threat with force.
New York City's recovery is beginning to take hold as the recent sharp decline in the City's unemployment rate demonstrates.
www.gothamgazette.com /article/830   (4616 words)

Governor George E. Pataki and Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg today announced that Eyetech Pharmaceuticals, Inc. has agreed to lease approximately 62,000 square feet at 3 Times Square in Manhattan and add 100 new jobs to its current workforce of 89 over the next three years.
Founded in early 2000 and based in New York City, Eyetech Pharmaceuticals is a privately-held biopharmaceutical company that specializes in the development and commercialization of novel therapeutics to treat diseases of the back of the eye.
In consideration of the company’s commitment to New York State, Eyetech is eligible to apply to Empire State Development for a capital grant of up to $300,000, and to the New York City Economic Development Corporation for up to $220,000 in power cost reduction.
www.empire.state.ny.us /press/press_display.asp?id=403   (557 words)

 Lewis (Lew) Lehrman: 1982 New York Governor Campaign Retrospective   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Lew's campaign threatened not just Democratic control of the Governor's mansion but status quo in many areas of public policy in New York.
New York hasn't had two such brainy and well-educated candidates in memory.
In the general election, Lew said the choice between himself and Lieutenant Governor Mario Cuomo was simple: "All those who are satisfied with conditions as they are, who want to live with the policies of the past - they should vote for the past again.
www.lew82.com   (744 words)

Governor George E. Pataki today announced that Microlanguage is investing $2.23 million to expand its Western New York operations.
Governor Pataki's tax cuts and economic policies continue to make New York State more business friendly and are specifically helping Western New York grow jobs.
In consideration for Microlanguage's commitment to invest $2.23 million, creating 53 jobs and retaining 4 jobs in New York State, the company is eligible to apply for a $100,000 capital grant from Empire State Development.
www.empire.state.ny.us /press/press_display.asp?id=112   (732 words)

 Election 2002 - New York Governor
The governor built support among Hispanic voters by visiting Puerto Rico last year to denounce the Navy’s bombing exercises on the island of Vieques.
Voters elected three new Democrats to the Senate, filling seats in new districts created to accommodate population growth in heavily immigrant sections of Brooklyn and Queens.
New York City voters approved a little-publicized ballot proposal requiring a special election within 60 days of a vacancy occurring in the mayor’s office.
www.jrn.columbia.edu /studentwork/election/2002/governor/gov-green.asp   (730 words)

 National Review: Kissinger for governor? - Henry Kissinger, New York State - column
He'd have been a splendid candidate, in that he is a deeply convinced fiscal conservative greatly informed on the causes of New York State's decline.
New York, happily, is left with the prospect of a gifted academician, Herbert London, a dean of New York University.
New York will almost certainly inter itself deeper in the grave Governor Cuomo has been so industriously digging, in his effort to take us back to the world of Tobacco Road, in which his restlessly evangelical self feels so much at home.
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 Spitzer to Run for Governor of New York (washingtonpost.com)
Eliot L. Spitzer, the New York attorney general whose investigations of white-collar crime have garnered headlines across the country, announced yesterday that he will run for governor of the Empire State in 2006.
New York Gov. George E. Pataki (R) has not said whether he will seek a fourth term.
Pataki, who is believed to be considering a run for the White House, welcomed Spitzer to the race yesterday and said he has not decided on his own plans for the election.
www.washingtonpost.com /wp-dyn/articles/A43063-2004Dec7.html   (455 words)

 New York Governor Enacts New York Rider Education Program
New York - In a last minute move, New York Governor George Pataki took action ensuring his state would establish a self-funded motorcycle safety program.
The governor responded by including the bill's language in his budget, which was subsequently approved by the Legislature.
New York becomes the 45th state to establish such a program.
www.wherethepoweris.com /news_article.asp?id=1481   (213 words)

 Nathaniel Pitcher   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
PITCHER, Nathaniel, governor of New York, born in Litchfield.
He removed early in life to Sandy Hill, New York, and was a member of the legislature of that state in 1806 and 1815-'17, and of the State constitutional convention in 1821.
He was elected to congress as a Democrat, holding his seat in 1819-'23, was chosen lieutenant-governor of New York in 1826, and, by the death of Governor De Witt Clinton, became governor in February, 1828, serving till January, 1829.
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 The Race for New York Governor - Wired New York Forum
He will hold a major fund-raiser in New York on Thursday that is expected to bring in between $2m-$3m.
Former Gov. William Weld of Massachusetts is eyeing the governor's job in neighboring New York, where experts say he faces a longshot battle against heavily favored Attorney General Eliot Spitzer.
Granted the mayor of New York City is a Massachusetts native and a Republican but, pundits note, Michael Bloomberg's personal fortune and ability to spend $74 million of his own money on his first campaign may have tipped the scales in his favor.
www.wirednewyork.com /forum/showthread.php?t=5469   (2122 words)

 New York State Government Information Locator Service   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
New York State Government Web Sites and Publications - Links to selected agencies, agency publication pages, and New York State documents in the Library's Digital Collections.
New York State Library and Archives online catalog - Search the cataloged holdings of the State Library, the State Archives and the New York State Historical Document Inventory.
The Library is the official New York State Document Depository and has the world's largest collection of New York State documents.
www.nysl.nysed.gov /ils   (337 words)

 New York governor contemplates security for electricity generators
The legislation was approved by both the state Senate and Assembly on June 19 and was sent to the governor for his signature on Aug. 14.
The governor has ten working days to approve or veto legislation once it is sent to him.
The Energy Security Bill would require the New York State Director of Public Security to conduct vulnerability assessments and mandate additional security measures at these locations.
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 Alibris: New York. Governor
Governor (1777-1795 : Clinton), and Clinton, George, and New York.
Governor (1919-1920 : Smith), and Smith, Alfred Emanuel, and Moskowitz, Henry, and New York (State).
Black students in New York State : crisis and opportunity : report of the Education Subcommittee, the Governor's Advisory Committee for Black Affairs.
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 CNN.com - Cuomo quits New York governor's race - September 3, 2002
Andrew Cuomo, left, stood with former President Clinton shortly before announcing his withdrawal from the gubernatorial race in New York.
In Washington, CNN asked former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani if he was surprised by the news.
But McCall, who would be the first African-American to win a major-party nod for governor in New York, quickly drew from deep roots in the party and, following a rancorous summer, has overtaken Cuomo in recent independent polls.
archives.cnn.com /2002/ALLPOLITICS/09/03/elec02.ny.g.cuomo   (341 words)

 New York Governor Signs Bill Requiring Home Carbon Monoxide Detectors
On July 30, 2002, New York Governor George Pataki signed into law SB 475/AB 2424, legislation requiring the installation of carbon monoxide detectors in all new residential construction in the state.
The NEMA carbon monoxide group recommended that all New York carbon monoxide detectors installed under this measure comply with NFPA standard 720, “Recommended Practice for the Installation of Household Carbon Monoxide Equipment,” and Underwriters Laboratory standard 2034, which establishes requirements for the manufacture of single and multiple station carbon monoxide alarms.
Carbon monoxide--an invisible, colorless, odorless, tasteless toxic gas that is produced by incomplete combustion of fossil fuels, wood, and other sources--reduces the blood’s capability to carry oxygen.
powerelectronics.com /news/power_new_york_governor/index.html   (327 words)

 Timeline of the Prehistory and History of King's College
November 2 -- Lieutenant Governor James DeLancey signed college charter on behalf of King George II; Designated "The College of the Province of New York, in the City of New York...
August -- Opposition to Quartering Act in New York City, where British army was headquartered, by Sons of Liberty led by Isaac Sears results in direct clash with British troops.
August 4 -- King's College Governors approve draft of proposed royal charter for "American University in the Province of New York," which would have made King's College comparable to the Universities of Oxford and Cambridge and their respective colleges, with the other American colleges looking to it for its degrees.
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 Election 2002 - New York Governor   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Joined onstage by his wife, daughter, mother, New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg and others, the governor spoke to about 500 supporters in the Grand Ballroom on the third floor of the Hilton on Sixth Avenue and 53rd Street.
McCall, the state comptroller and the first fl gubernatorial candidate in New York, posed an early threat to Pataki running in the heavily Democratic New York state with strong support from former President Bill Clinton and Sen. Hillary Clinton.
Quinonez said he expects the governor to create more union jobs, delivering on the promises he made during the campaign.
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