Washington, DC – September 7, 2017….Congressman Dan Donovan (NY-11), who chairs the House Subcommittee on Emergency Preparedness, Response, and Communications, today announced that New York was awarded $319,852,618 in federal funds through the Homeland Security Preparedness Grant programs for Fiscal Year 2017.
Congressman Donovan released the following statement on the passage of the Hurricane Harvey disaster relief bill that will provide $7.85 billion for recovery efforts in Texas and Louisiana:
Staten Island, NY – August 30, 2017….Congressman Dan Donovan (NY-11) and Assemblyman Ron Castorina today called attention to a number of tick-borne disease cases that local residents attribute to tick bites from local parks. At least seven South Shore residents have recently confirmed tick-borne diseases, including one whose illness developed into spinal meningitis.
Staten Island, NY—August 28, 2017….Congressman Dan Donovan (NY-11) today unveiled his plan to help prevent the exploitation of innocent children by announcing legislation that will ban the importation, sale, and distribution of child sex dolls in the United States.
Staten Island, NY – August 25, 2017….Amid calls to remove the Christopher Columbus statue in Manhattan’s Columbus Circle, Congressman Dan Donovan (NY-11) today asked Mayor de Blasio to resolve the matter by donating the statue to the National Parks Service, which controls Great Kills Park on Staten Island.
Staten Island, NY – August 24, 2017….After several weeks of discussions, Congressman Dan Donovan (NY-11) today formally asked the U.S. Coast Guard to initiate a review of how to best prevent private yachts from obstructing Statue of Liberty views. Earlier this summer, a mega-yacht was parked in front of the iconic statue for weeks, preventing regular New Yorkers from enjoying Lady Liberty.
“The Trump Administration’s strategic sanctions against companies and individuals that do business with North Korea are exactly what’s needed right now.
“The President is bringing much-needed focus to the crucial first step in solving our immigration crisis: securing the border. Reforming our broken immigration system will be a pointless exercise if we can’t stop illegal entries. I look forward to continuing to work with the President and my colleagues in Congress on this critical matter.”
“The President delivered a unifying message that can hopefully bring our nation together, and he settled all doubts regarding his position on prejudice and racism in our country.