Recent NewsRead All

Assemblyman Brindisi Statement on Lack of FEMA Funding

Assemblyman Anthony Brindisi of Utica today issued the following statement reacting to the decision by the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) to deny New York State’s request for major disaster assistance, following severe flooding...

December 6, 2017
Read More

Brindisi Reveals: Tax Plan Will Blow a Hole into the Pockets of Mohawk Valley Teachers — Up to $750

Utica – Standing outside General Herkimer Elementary School in Utica, New York State Assemblyman Anthony Brindisi today announced a major push and legislative plan to protect the federal tax deduction for teachers who buy school...

December 5, 2017
Read More

Assemblyman Brindisi, Senator Griffo Award $250,000 for Project to Stabilize Chenango Road Bridge Between Utica and New Hartford Following Flooding Last July

New Hartford – State Senator Joseph Griffo of Rome and Assemblyman Anthony Brindisi of Utica announced today they have secured $250,000 in State Multi-Modal funding to stabilize the Chenango Road Bridge over the Sauquoit Creek...

November 20, 2017
Read More

Assemblyman Brindisi, Mayor Palmieri Ask Congresswoman Tenney to Save Valuable Federal Historic Tax Credit Program That Has Helped Revitalize Utica and Other Upstate Cities

Utica – Assemblyman Anthony Brindisi of Utica and Utica Mayor Robert M. Palmieri say the proposed elimination of the Federal Historic Tax Credit Program under the House tax reform plan would gut a valuable program that is a...

November 15, 2017
Read More

Brindisi and Picente Call on New York Congressional Members to Vote No on House Tax Proposal That Would Hit SALT Deductions

Utica, NY – This morning, New York State Assemblyman Anthony Brindisi and Oneida County Executive Anthony J. Picente Jr. called on the New York Congressional delegation to vote against the US House of Representatives budget proposal...

November 13, 2017
Read More