Senator Tedisco joins Senate Majority Colleagues to act on a “holistic and comprehensive” package of school safety bills to help fund armed school resource officers, enhanced mental health counseling, metal detectors, active shooter training, security cameras and other building modifications to help improve school safety; pass bill named after Suzanne Lyall, who has been missing since…
ALBANY – Twenty years ago, March 2, 19-year-old Suzanne Lyall vanished after working a shift at her part-time job Babbage’s Software, commuting from Crossgates mall to her dorm in Colonial quad at the University of Albany via the CDTA bus. Two days later, Lyall’s father reported her missing.
ALBANY – Mary Lyall of Ballston Spa was honored by the New York State Senate for her efforts to bring attention to issues related to missing persons.
Assemblyman Tedisco presents C.J. DeCrescente the “Hope Award” for his efforts to find missing persons ALBANY, NY— Assemblyman Jim Tedisco (R,C,I-Glenville) was the host and emcee for the Missing Persons Day Ceremony at the NYS Museum, on Saturday, Apr.5,