NEW YORK MILLS N.Y.- Congressman Anthony Brindisi held his February Town Hall Wednesday night.
The Town Hall was held at New York Mills High School in New York Mills. It was moderated by Oneida County Sheriff Robert Maciol.
Topics discussed were prescription drug costs, broadband internet issues, The Spectrum Cable Outage a couple weekends ago, Infastructure, and lowering high health care costs. Brindisi holds these town Halls to hear what’s important to his constituents.
"This is our Town Hall here in Oneida County and we're in New York Mills to talk to residents about some of their concerns, and so I can give them a quick update on what's happening in Washington, talk about some things I'm working on.” said Brindisi. “But more importantly be able to hear from the voters and the constituents of New York 22 to hear what's on their mind.” Brindisi added.
It will take a republican primary to determine an opponent for Congressman Brindisi in the Fall.
Former Congresswoman Claudia Tenney will face George Phillips and Franklin Sager in the primary.
All three are looking to unseat Democratic Congressman Anthony Brindisi in November.