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Brindisi Announces Recipients of New York State Council on the Arts Grants

Utica – Assemblyman Anthony Brindisi announced that eight organizations and one individual have been awarded grants to support arts programs from the New York State Council on the Arts. “This year’s awards benefit programs that educate, enlighten,...

Griffo, Brindisi, & Miller: $2 Million in 2018-2019 State Budget Will Help Provide Opportunities for Refugees in the Mohawk Valley and Other Regions of New York

Utica – State Senator Joseph Griffo of Rome and Assemblymen Anthony Brindisi of Utica and Brian Miller of New Harford announced today they have secured $2 million in the 2018-2019 State Budget to support the Mohawk Valley Resource Center for Refugees,...

Assemblyman Brindisi and the Office of Mental Health Announce Fourth Year of Tours of Historic Old Main Building in Utica

Utica – Assemblyman Anthony Brindisi today announced that the New York State Office of Mental Health (OMH) will once again be providing free educational tours of the historic Old Main Building at Mohawk Valley Psychiatric Center in Utica this spring....

Assemblyman Brindisi: Utica and Rome in Line for $100 Million in Funding Available This Year for Transportation Projects

Utica – Assemblyman Anthony Brindisi announced today that New York State has received $100 million in Federal Highway Administration funds for grants supporting transportation projects that spur downtown development projects, improve the environment,...

Brindisi, Picente Demand Answers from Feds Over Why Griffiss Airport Not Included in Recent Fed DOT Drone Integration Pilot Program

Assemblyman Anthony Brindisi and Oneida County Executive Anthony J. Picente, Jr. today said they have written to U.S. Transportation Secretary Elaine L. Chao, expressing their strong disappointment that the proposal from New York State, Amazon and other...

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