Impeachment is only for the executive branch and doesn't originate with the electorate. Our only option would be a recall election, but New York State's Constitution does not provide such an option to its voters.
Unfortunately only 18 U.S. states allow for a recall election (NOT New York) in which the electorate can recall a representative or elected official that they feel is not doing his or her job - the most famous recent example being in 2003 when Gray Davis was recalled and the Terminator was elected as California's governor.
What are we to do here in the 33rd? Any Poli Sci majors want to hit the books and see what options we have? I believe that a state senator can be "expelled" from the senate by his fellow senators, but with the state of Albany right now I wouldn't hold my breath.
Do we really need to wait until November of 2010 to vote this guy out?