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Butler Associates

Butler Associates

A leading public relations agency specializing in media relations and marketing communications, Butler Associates is headquartered in Manhattan with an office in Connecticut. Our agency is primarily focused on boosting our clients' image, providing such services as generating publicity, building and polishing a brand name, preventing and defusing "bad news" in the media, creating connections to important public sector and corporate third-party supporters, and more.

Our marketing team offers multi-media services in graphic design, video and audio production, web development and digital (Internet) media strategies.

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NYC Fire Fatalities Fall to New Record Low in 2016

2016 was the Big Apple’s safest year in terms of fire fatalities, according to the FDNY. The world’s busiest fire department reported 48 fire-related deaths, the lowest number since the city began recordkeeping in 1916. It represents a 19% decline over the 2015 numbers, and a 17% drop from the previous record low of 58 fire-related deaths in 2012. The FDNY also reported a 9% reduction in “serious fires.”

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New York State May home sales reach record level

Homebuyer demand remained strong in the Empire State during May as closed sales set a record for the month at 10,704, surpassing the record set last May by 4.6 percent, according to the housing market report released today by the New York State Association of REALTORS®. The statewide median sales price continued its upward climb, increasing by 7.1 percent compared to last May.

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Rep. Zeldin Statement in Support of the Property Tax Reduction Act

Last night, Congressman Lee Zeldin (R, NY-1) addressed his colleagues in the House of Representatives in support of H.R. 1871, the Property Tax Reduction Act, which was introduced in the House by fellow New York Representatives, Congressman Chris Collins (R, NY-27) and Congressman John Faso (R, NY-19). The Property Tax Reduction Act would shift to the state level the local share of Medicaid costs currently paid by all New York counties outside of New York City