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Statement from Assemblyman Brindisi on Hydrofracking Decision

Assemblyman Anthony Brindisi of Utica today issued this statement, following the release of a study by the Cuomo administration that rejects proposals for gas drilling or ‘hydrofracking’ in New York: “I am pleased the Cuomo...

December 17, 2014
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Brindisi Outlines Plan to Beef Up the State’s Power to Take Aim Against Unfair Gas Pricing in the Utica-Rome Area, While Also Unveiling New Public-Involved Push Will Shine Light on Local Cartel-Like Practices

Utica – Standing at the Nice and Easy gas station on Culver Avenue in Utica, on the heels of a less than coincidental Utica-Rome area gas price drop of 7% since his drum beats began, Assemblyman Anthony Brindisi launched a new campaign to lower the...

December 12, 2014
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Do It For Utica Rebuttal

On November 16, 2014, The New York Times published a column in its ‘SundayReview’ section by Brock Clarke entitled Do It For Utica! This column is just a gratuitous cheap shot at upstate New York penned by someone who may have lived here...

December 5, 2014
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Statement on SUNY Adopting Sexual Abuse Policies

Assemblyman Anthony Brindisi today issued the following statement supporting the adoption of a uniform sexual assault response and prevention strategy by the SUNY Board of Trustees “I am strongly in support of this uniform...

December 2, 2014
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Brindisi Announces $50,000 Grant to the Town of Marcy Has Funded Construction of a New Kitchen and Restrooms at the Town’s Memorial Pavilion in the Town Park

Marcy – Assemblyman Anthony Brindisi has announced he has awarded the Town of Marcy $50,000 to build new restrooms and a kitchen and serving area at the Memorial Pavilion located in the Town Park on Toby Road. “This project will...

December 2, 2014
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