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Brindisi Comments on New State Infrastructure Funding for the Mohawk Valley

Assemblyman Anthony Brindisi of Utica today issued the following statement, reacting to Governor Cuomo’s announcement that Mohawk Valley municipalities will receive over $25 million for accelerated renewal and repair of bridges and culverts. Funding includes...

Assemblyman Brindisi Announces Preservation Grant for Historic Rome Church

Rome – Assemblyman Anthony Brindisi today announced the First Baptist Church of Rome has been awarded $25,000 from the New York Landmarks Conservancy for the restoration of its bell tower. The matching grant was awarded under the Conservancy’s...

Brindisi Says Spectrum Plan to Again Hike Rates for Customers Should Not Be Allowed

Assemblyman Anthony Brindisi today issued the following statement, reacting to reports that Spectrum (Charter Communications) plans to increase internet service rates as well as several cable service fees on or after November 1st of this year: “Spectrum’s...

Brindisi: Upstate New York Has a Shot to Stop Dangerous Flow of Deadly Fentanyl to Our Area if U.S. Trade Negotiators Demand China Stop Exporting Deadly Drug in Upcoming Meeting

Right now, U.S. trade representatives and the White House are planning to meet with China as part of the upcoming G-20 Summit. Assemblyman Anthony Brindisi of Utica is demanding U.S. trade negotiators use this meeting to push China to stop allowing the...

Legislation Sponsored by Assemblyman Brindisi to Help New York’s Rural Electric Cooperatives Signed into Law

Utica – Legislation sponsored by Assemblyman Anthony Brindisi of Utica to help New York’s rural electric cooperatives (Chap.300) has been signed into law by Governor Cuomo. The new law, which takes effect in January, 2019 will update regulations...

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