Secession -- Staten Island (New York, N.Y.)
Subject Source: Local sources
Found in 6 Collections and/or Records:
File — Box PM01 - 235, Folder: 6
Scope and Contents From the Series: This series contains various memorabilia including awards certificates, statuettes, plaques and copies of Staten Island Borough President Proclamations honoring Senator Marchi.
Scope and Contents The John J. Marchi collection comprises approximately 65 linear feet of material, from c. 1958-2000. (There is one item that pre-dates Marchi’s legislative career – a 1942 student paper titled “The Zenger Case” for a class in American Constitutional History. It has been placed with the Biographical files.) The core of the collection is the subject file collection; it dates primarily from the 1960s-1990s. With one exception, the collection reflects the activities of Senator Marchi’s Albany...
Abstract Assemblyman Eric N. Vitaliano was first elected to the Assembly in 1982. In January 1994, he was appointed Chairman of the Standing Committee on Governmental Employees. During his tenure, Vitaliano served as chair of the Subcommittee on Interstate Cooperation and the Subcommittee on Court Operations. Vitaliano also served as Vice-Chairman of the Joint Legislative Commission on Toxic Substances and Hazardous Wastes and was the senior New York City member of the Legislative Commission on Solid...
Series — Box 1-84, 131
Scope and Contents From the Collection: The Eric N. Vitaliano collection is comprised of material from Vitaliano's career as a New York State Assembly politician (1983-2001). The collection includes: correspondence, reports, newsletters, press clippings, press releases, photographs and videos. There is no material relating to his family or activities outside of his political life. SUBJECT FILES account for almost half of the collection. These files reflect the activities and priorities of Assemblyman Vitaliano during his term of...
Dates: 1983 - 2001
Abstract Staten Island: Vote Yes, Inc. was formed in January 1990. Its initial purpose was to secure a "yes" vote for the November 1990 referendum that allowed for the creation of a Charter Commission to study secession. After the referendum's successful passage, Vote Yes changed its charter in order to remain involved in the issue during the Charter Commission's study of secession. In August, 1993, Vote Yes endorsed secession for Staten Island and promoted a "Yes" vote for the November 1993 referendum...
Dates: Majority of material found within 1989 - 2001