Feb. 8, 2016: Sen. Griffo and Asm. Brindisi, Siena Poll, Yehuda Weissmandl, Chairman Ed Cox
February 8, 2016
Sen. Joseph Griffo (R – Rome) and Asm. Anthony Brindisi (D – Utica) will respond to Gov. Cuomo’s reallocation of $300 million originally set for a new hospital in Utica. In January, officials from the Mohawk Valley health system met with a DOH official about the money. The Cuomo administration has said it is still committed to the project, but fund allocations have yet to be made.
As the New Hampshire primaries begin, we will look at Siena Poll results on the presidential race with Steve Greenberg.
We will speak with East Ramapo CSD Board President Yehuda Weissmandl about his response to the state-appointed monitors’ recommendations and the Comptroller’s assessment that East Ramapo is one of the state’s most fiscally struggling cities.
Chairman of the New York Republican State Committee Ed Cox previews presidential and legislative races for 2016.◄ Back to PodCasts