ROME, NY – Governor Andrew Cuomo is planning to make a stop in Rome on Thursday, according to his office and Rome Mayor Jackie Izzo.
The governor is scheduled to speak at the Capitol Theater on West Dominick Street at 1:30 p.m. In a message to the community Izzo's office indicated the announcement is economic in nature, stressing "It's important that the business community be represented at this very important announcement.”
The governor is scheduled to speak at the Capitol Theater on West Dominick Street at 1:30 p.m.
Cuomo last visited Oneida County on August 1st, when he stopped in Whitesboro (as seen in the above photo) to pledge more than $2.5 million in state aid to modify the Sauquoit Creek and help with recovery efforts after the July 1st flooding.
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