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Brindisi Reveals: He Already Asked State to Probe Possible Neglect In Case Of Rome’s Steve Wenger; NYS Then Delivered Tepid Response

On the heels of new facts into the case of Steve Wenger, the permanently disabled patient formerly in a state-run long-term care facility in Rome, New York, State Assemblyman Anthony Brindisi is now demanding a federal investigation by the...

August 13, 2017
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Assemblymen Brindisi & Magee and Senator Valesky to Governor Cuomo: Volunteer Firefighters Who Often Put Their Lives on the Line Deserve Better Coverage for Serious Illnesses

Chittenango -- Assemblymen Anthony Brindisi of Utica and William Magee of Nelson and State Senator David Valesky of Oneida rallied today with members of the Firemen’s Association of the State of New York (FASNY), the New York State...

August 10, 2017
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Brindisi: Bagg’s Square East Historic District is Now on the National Register of Historic Places

Utica – Assemblyman Anthony Brindisi announced today the Bagg’s Square East Historic District in Utica is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Brindisi announced in June that the area had been placed on the State...

August 7, 2017
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Brindisi: Recent Push & Public Outcry Helped Lower Proposed National Grid Rate Hike – But It’s Still Going to Cost You at Least $200 a Year More

UTICA – Assemblyman Anthony Brindisi of Utica today asked the New York State Public Service Commission to reject a proposed double-digit increase in electric and gas delivery charges being requested by National Grid. Brindisi was...

August 6, 2017
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Brindisi Remarks on Flood Resiliency & Cuomo Visit; Urges State to Dedicate Special Office for Oneida County and Herkimer County Resiliency Projects

"Today's visit by Governor Cuomo is both welcomed and appreciated because flood victims in our area have suffered again and again. And today's news is a good first step in our larger efforts to help alleviate the flooding impacts of storms. But New...

August 1, 2017
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