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Reps Announce Millions in Popular and Potent CDBG – Community Development Block Grants Funds Can Support Local Economic Development & Not-For-Profits, Fund Senior Centers, & Even Pave Roads To Name A Few
Following Brindisi’s Call For Washington To Put Politics Aside, Sweeping Bipartisan Deal Announced To Deliver Crucial Economic Relief & Aid For Medical Institutions
Congressman Supports Relief for Workers, Families, Small Businesses, Health Care Facilities & More
Congressman Secures Six Figures to Help Area Hospitals Fight Coronavirus
Brindisi: These Dollars Will Go A Long Way To Help Fight Back Against Coronavirus & More Are On The Way
With More Than 20,000 Cases in NY and Climbing, Congressman Calls on Both Sides To Stop Fighting For Partisan Priorities & Start Fighting Against Pandemic & Economic Downturn
Brindisi to Washington Politicians: Stop The Political Games & Get This Done
Brindisi and Stefanik, New York’s Only Members of the House Armed Services Committee, Urge Administration To Include Upstate In Their Plans
Members: Our Communities Stand Ready To Support Coronavirus Response Efforts
Administration Heeds Call of Brindisi & Katko; Makes Disaster Declaration for New York State
Brindisi: This Will Help Get New York The Resources We Need To Fight The Coronavirus
As COVID-19 Cases Rapidly Grow in New York, Katko and Brindisi Urge Top Health Agency to Provide PPE & Ventilators
Brindisi & Katko: Upstate & Central New York In Desperate Need Of Supplies
Congressman Anthony Brindisi released the following statement regarding the news that two members of the House of Representatives tested positive for COVID-19:
Congressman Praises Senate for Heading His Call To Deliver Critical Resources To Counties
Brindisi: This Will Deliver Critical Resources To Our Counties & I Am Fighting To Protect Workers, Families, Businesses, & Our Health Care Professionals During This Crisis
In The News
A bill to extend housing and travel programs for veterans sponsored by U.S. Rep. Anthony Brindisi was signed into law by President Donald Trump on Monday, Sept. 30.
U. S. Congressman Anthony Brindisi, 22nd District of New York, visited the Casler Farms on Tuesday afternoon to talk to dairy farmers about the issues they are facing in today’s competitive environment and the Dairy Margin Coverage Program in particular.
UTICA, N.Y. – Congressman Anthony Brindisi and other state agencies are urging congress to pass the United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement (USMCA). The Business Council of New York State Inc., has joined Brindisi, the U.S. Chamber and the New York Farm Bureau to push the passage of the USMCA.
UTICA — A special wreath laying ceremony was held Sunday at the Captain George A. Wood Postal Facility to help recognize Gold Star Mother’s Day.
Gold Star Mother’s Day is held on the last Sunday in September every year.
“These Gold Star mothers gave up so much for our country,” said Thomas Buono, president of Vietnam Veterans of America Utica NY Chapter #944.
The hidden figures who helped put American astronauts on the moon and those who have received the Purple Heart were on the minds of Congress last week.
In a show of bipartisanship, the House backed two separate bills that honored the groups on Sept. 19.
CREE, Inc., a North Carolina-based silicon carbide technology manufacturer, is planning to build an approximately $1 billion wafer fabrication facility at the Marcy Nanocenter site on the campus of SUNY Polytechnic Institute.
Here is how local, state and federal officials, along with those in the business sector, each responded to the news in statements:
UTICA — A grant from the United States Department of Justice and partnerships with community organizations are contributing to Utica College’s new “Safe Trax” program, an endeavor to offer enhanced sexual violence prevention education and victim services to the campus community.
The House on Wednesday voted to extend several programs to help low-income, rural and other veterans in need.
UTICA – The Utica Fire Department will receive more than $15,000 in grant money from the Department of Homeland Security for operations and safety.
The funding comes from the department’s Assistance to Firefighters (AFG) and Staffing for Adequate Fire & Emergency Response (SAFER) grant programs.
Rep. Anthony J. Brindisi, D-22, Utica, and Rep. Mike Bost, R-Illinois, have introduced a bill extending key veterans programs such as support for traveling far for medical care, Brindisi announced.
The Department of Veterans Affairs Expiring Authorities Act of 2019 would extend the travel payments for rural veterans who have to travel long distances to receive care.