I recently heard about school and community safety issues from members of the New York State Sheriff's Association.
Meeting with members of the Oneida County Farm Bureau in Albany.
Presenting two grants totaling $20,000 to Oriskany Village officials to improve first responders' safety and ability to access emergency sites.
Visiting and presenting assistance to victims of the recent explosion in Little Falls.
Outlining a federal plan that would weaken the Americans With Disabilities Act at RCIL in Utica.
With Oneida County Executive Anthony Picente, outlining a federal proposal that could derail regional Amtrak service.
Meeting students in the VVS High School leadership group at the Annual Legislative Forum sponsored by the Genesis Group.
Announcing my sponsorship of legislation to return Net Neutrality to New York, at a press conference at the thINCubator in Utica.
Presenting a ceremonial check representing the $10,000 I secured for the Whitestown Senior Center for equipment and center upgrades.
Announcing I have secured $10,000 in state funding for the Stevens-Swan Humane Society, at the group's annual telethon on WKTV.
Meeting Mohawk Valley teachers and education supporters at the annual Education Lobbying Day in Albany.
Announcing funding to cover urgently-needed repairs to the Chenango Road Bridge in New Hartford, along with Senator Joseph Griffo.
With 3-time Super Bowl champ Chad Hennings at the Flags for Heroes Veterans Day Tribute in Utica
Helping to honor the 18 Herkimer County Veterans who served in wars from WW I to the War on Terror, whose names are being added to the Herkimer County Veterans Memorial at Herkimer College.
Speaking to students and community members at the Frankfort-Schuyler Elementary School's outstanding annual Veterans Day ceremony.
With Senator Griffo and Brian McQueen of Believe 271 at the Maynard Fire Department two partners in the successful effort to get legislation signed into law providing volunteer firefighters coverage for service-related cancers.
Cutting the ribbon for the official opening of the renovated Adirondack Bank Center at the Utica Memorial Auditorium.
I was honored to address the ARC of Lewis & Oneida County's Disability Employment Awareness Month luncheon, saluting area employers who provide jobs for disabled workers.
Unveiling one of two signs designation the Corey Lee Carr Pedestrian Bridge on Utica's North-South Arterial, with local officials and members of Corey's family.
Welcoming participants in the Buddy Walk for Downs syndrome awareness and support at Utica's Hanna Park, after being introduced by my cousin, Anthony Murad, Jr.
With the 'big check' for major renovations and improvements at the Utica Memorial Auditorium with Oneida County Executive Anthony Picente, Jr., and Rob Esche of the Utica Comets.
Receiving an Award of Appreciation for my support of seniors from the Empire State Association of Assisted Living at Utica's Willow Park Assisted Living Center.
Announcing Rome's winning application for a $10 million Downtown Revitalization Initiative Grant with Governor Cuomo and other officials at the Capitol Theater.
Assemblyman Brindisi addresses graduates of the New York State Drug Recognition Expert Training Program at a ceremony at MVCC in Utica.
With some of the participants of the 3rd annual Central NY Stair Climb in Utica to honor first responders who gave their lives on 9/11/01.
Helping to mark the anniversary of the Bosnian Islamic Association of Utica.
Asking for improvements to the way New York State investigates abuses of patients under state care with Walter Wenger of Canastota, parent of a disabled son.
Discussing my concerns with the quality of water in the Mohawk Valley Water Authority system.
Addressing Vietnam Veterans, who were honored for their service at the Ava Dorfman Senior Center in Rome.
Helping the Observer Dispatch to celebrate a remarkable 200 years in Utica.
Joining firefighters from across Central New York in Chittenango, asking Governor Cuomo to sign legislation I sponsored providing cancer coverage for volunteer firefighters.
Pleased to break ground with other area partners who help make Tractor Supply Company's distribution center project a reality in the Frankfort 5S South Business Park.
Standing against National Grid's double digit rate hike proposal with AARP and New York Public Utility Law Project members in Utica.
Greeting some of the youngest spectators of the 2017 Honor America Days Parade in Rome.
Welcoming several hundred participants to the 2017 Oneida County Summer Youth Employment Program at Mohawk Valley Community College.