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Cablevision: Dan Flanigan's Purple Heart Homes ProjectCablevision: Dan Flanigan's Purple Heart Homes Project

Senator Greg Ball has teamed up with Purple Heart Homes to completely renovate a local service-connected disabled veterans home in Pawling, NY.

Students Inside Albany With Senator BallStudents Inside Albany With Senator Ball

Brandon Hilfer, Imani Ford and Dev Jhaveri.

Senator Greg Ball Announces Political FutureSenator Greg Ball Announces Political Future

Download video here: As many know, I term limited myself in the Assembly and am proud to now follow through on that same pledge in the Senate. For 8 years I have enjoyed a tremendous opportunity to serve. Those memories and friendships will last a lifetime and I am forever grateful. As an elected official, and unlike many, I swore to make the position my full time job and to not accept outside employment. I kept my word and am proud to have done so, but now it is time to return to the private sector, and eventually, hopefully take time to raise a family. In just 4 terms I have been through 4 general elections and 3 primaries, and I've lived a lifetime of experiences in a condensed period of time. I gave the community every ounce of energy I had, working 7 days a week. I'm proud of my record in public service and honored to have had the opportunity to shape public policy for the good, specifically for service disabled and other veterans, victims of human trafficking and domestic violence, small business owners, sportsmen, seniors, taxpayers, the special needs community and our four legged friends. I didn't run for office to embrace the status quo or to make friends, yet I am proud to have kept my independence even while making strong friendships along the way. I genuinely believe in servant leadership and I term limited myself in the Assembly and similarly term limited myself in the Senate. Breaking that pledge was never an option and leaving this seat open two years from now, during a Presidential election where we would be hard pressed to maintain the seat, would have been selfish. My late announcement was timed with one purpose, to keep this Senate seat in Republican control. Until a month ago, we didn't even have a replacement candidate and I was never going to walk away from my Republican conference, unless this seat was secure. With Terrence Murphy, I am now confident that we will maintain this seat not only during this election, but also for many years to come. My office will continue to provide excellent constituent and legislative work. On the campaign side, I will remain engaged from fundraising to operations for a solid Republican victory in November. It has been an exhilarating journey and I would like to thank my family, friends and supporters. And no, I am not running for County Executive, Congress or any other position. Thank you and God bless. - Greg Ball

TWC News: Lawmakers and local leaders discuss Heroin epidemicTWC News: Lawmakers and local leaders discuss Heroin epidemic

Capital Tonight: Senator Ball Explains New Veterans BillCapital Tonight: Senator Ball Explains New Veterans Bill

Governor Cuomo hosted New York's first ever Veterans and Military Family summit Thursday in Albany. And that included a plan to make sure more state contracts are going to businesses owned by disabled vets. Chair of the Senate Veterans, Homeland Security and Military Affairs Committee, Senator Greg Ball, joined us to discuss.

News 12: Drivers angry over I-84 closure during snowstormNews 12: Drivers angry over I-84 closure during snowstorm

CARMEL - Drivers say they're outraged that Gov. Andrew Cuomo ordered the shutdown of I-84 Wednesday during the snowstorm. For the second time this year, Cuomo yesterday ordered the highway closed. Cuomo says the closure was done as a safety precaution to protect drivers, but many say they disagree with his decision. Driver Anthony Scafuri, who was stuck in a traffic jam yesterday because of the closure, says if Cuomo was concerned about safety, only dangerous sections of the highway should have been closed. Instead, the entire stretch between the Pennsylvania border and Connecticut was shut down for six hours Wednesday. State Sen. Greg Ball (R-40th District) says he understands Cuomo was concerned about safety, but thinks closing I-84 caused more harm because it forced drivers into more dangerous conditions.