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Assemblyman Brindisi Applauds Deportation of Former Nazi Concentration Camp Guard

Assemblyman Anthony Brindisi today issued the following statement regarding the deportation of Jakiv Palij, who was a concentration guard at the Trawniki concentration camp in Poland during World War II. Palij emigrated to the U.S. and lived in Queens...

Assemblyman Anthony Brindisi Today Issued the Following Statement, After Governor Cuomo Announced $2 Million in Funding To the Griffiss Institute for the IDEA NY Competition

“The Mohawk Valley has been known for its innovators, and this competition will encourage today’s high-tech entrepreneurs to start new businesses in our region. The partners in this program, including the Air Force Research Laboratory have the expertise...

Brindisi Announces Area Libraries Receive Construction Grants to Upgrade & Expand Services

UTICA -- Assemblyman Anthony Brindisi today announced libraries in the 119th Assembly District will be receiving a total of nearly $300,000 in state aid to fund construction projects that will improve accessibility and security, and make much-needed structural...

Brindisi Demands Spectrum/Charter Provide Refunds to Consumers Before Company Packs Bags & Leaves New York

Utica – With just 56 days left to provide New York State and local consumers with an orderly transition plan for cable and internet service, New York State Assemblyman Anthony Brindisi, who called for the Public Service Commission (PSC) to investigate...

Assemblyman Brindisi Issues Update on Spectrum Cable

It’s high time New York cut the cord with Spectrum Cable and provided residents with more competition. Over the past several years, I have heard from literally hundreds of constituents who have called me and signed my online petition, and they are absolutely...

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