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Congressman Announces $300,000 Brownfields Assessment Grant for Southern Tier
Congressman Anthony Brindisi announced a $300,000 Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) grant has been awarded to Broome County Industrial Development Agency (IDA). Brindisi announced the six-figure grant for IDA and praised the program for its effectiveness.
A trio of New York congressmen who represent communities along Lake Ontario chastised the International Joint Commission and called on the bi-national agency to take "immediate action" to prevent flooding.
VERNON CENTER — The water in Vernon Center is contaminated, says Rep. Anthony J. Brindisi, who is seeking answers from the state Department of Transportation.
For years, the residents of Vernon Center have dealt with undrinkable well water, but it’s only gotten worse in recent years, officials say, who gathered with Brindisi for a press conference demanding answers and action from New York state.
Congressman Reveals Results Of Recent Testing That Shows Amount Of Chloride In Drinking Water Far Exceeds Levels Recommended By New York State Department Of Health
Brindisi Demands Answers From State Whether Contaminants From Former State Salt Storage Facility Seeped Into Groundwater
Brindisi: “I’m Sure Residents Appreciate New York State Providing Them With Bottled Drinking Water But It’s Time New York Provide Them With Answers”
WASHINGTON D.C. — Rep. Anthony Brindisi on Wednesday launched a campaign to inundate international water regulators with letters and messages from Lake Ontario and St. Lawrence River flood victims in an attempt to compel action on the high waters that impacted the region throughout the summer.
Following Inaction from International Governing Body, Congressman Takes Citizens Concerns Directly to Chairs of Committee
Brindisi to Send A Letter A Week Demanding A Plan to Keep Water Levels Under Control
Brindisi: Lake Ontario Property Owners Have Been Ignored For Too Long By The IJC; The Commission Needs To Be Held Accountable
MEXICO – Congressman Anthony Brindisi announced today, October 15, the town of Mexico will receive $280,000 from the United States Department of Agriculture Water and Waste Disposal Loan program.
The grant will be used to provide additional financing to construct water service infrastructure for the community.
Brindisi: Access to Safe Water Is Important for All Communities
Congressman Anthony Brindisi announced the town of Mexico will receive $280,000 from the United States Department of Agriculture Water and Waste Disposal Loan program. The grant will be used to provide additional financing to construct water service infrastructure for the community.
Congressman Talks Medicare, Social Security, and Prescription Drug Costs with Seniors, Workforce Development with Industry
Congressman Anthony Brindisi (NY-22) visited Madison County where he met with retirees and business owners. Brindisi spoke to the Civil Service Employees Association Local 914, met with Dutchland Plastics in Canastota, and toured the Madison Wind Farm.
UTICA — Citing a need to “put a human face” on the impacts of recent flooding from Lake Ontario, U.S. Rep. Anthony Brindisi invited Oswego County's officials to a meeting last week with international waterway regulators responsible for overseeing the lake’s outflows.