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Personal Details

Education

  • BS, Occupational Therapy, D'Youville College
  • MS, Occupational Therapy, D'Youville College

Professional Experience

  • BS, Occupational Therapy, D'Youville College
  • MS, Occupational Therapy, D'Youville College
  • Occupational Therapist, Bornhava Preschool & Catholic Health System, 1999-2010

Political Experience

  • BS, Occupational Therapy, D'Youville College
  • MS, Occupational Therapy, D'Youville College
  • Occupational Therapist, Bornhava Preschool & Catholic Health System, 1999-2010
  • Chair, Majority Program Development Committee, New York State Senate, 2019-present
  • Senator, New York State Senate, District 63, 2011-present
  • Former Assistant Democratic Conference Whip, New York State Senate
  • Former Assistant Minority Whip, New York State Senate
  • Assistant Democratic Conference Leader for Conference Operations, New York State Senate, 2017-2019
  • Candidate, New York State Senate, District 63, 2018
  • Legislator, Erie County Legislature, 2004-2010

Former Committees/Caucuses

Former Member, Agriculture Committee, New York State Senate

Former Ranking Member, Commerce, Economic Development and Small Business Committee, New York State Senate

Former Member, Crime Victims, Crime & Correction Committee, New York State Senate

Former Member, Cultural Affairs, Tourism, Parks and Recreation Committee, New York State Senate

Former Ranking Member, Infrastructure and Capital Investment Committee, New York State Senate

Current Legislative Committees

Member, Banks Committee

Member, Energy and Telecommunications Committee

Member, Finance Committee

Member, Insurance Committee

Member, Internet and Technology Committee

Member, Rules Committee

Member, Social Services Committee

Chair, State-Native American Relations Committee

Chair, Transportation Committee

Religious, Civic, and other Memberships

  • BS, Occupational Therapy, D'Youville College
  • MS, Occupational Therapy, D'Youville College
  • Occupational Therapist, Bornhava Preschool & Catholic Health System, 1999-2010
  • Chair, Majority Program Development Committee, New York State Senate, 2019-present
  • Senator, New York State Senate, District 63, 2011-present
  • Former Assistant Democratic Conference Whip, New York State Senate
  • Former Assistant Minority Whip, New York State Senate
  • Assistant Democratic Conference Leader for Conference Operations, New York State Senate, 2017-2019
  • Candidate, New York State Senate, District 63, 2018
  • Legislator, Erie County Legislature, 2004-2010
  • Member, Board of Directors, Erie County Industrial Development Agency
  • Member, Families Against Texting While Driving

Other Info

— Awards:

  • The Capitol's 2011 40 Under Forty List of Rising Stars in State Government and Politics

First 2011 40 Under Forty List of Rising Leaders in Western New York - Buffalo Business

Named 2006 Friend of Education by the Faculty Federation of Erie Community College

Named 2010-11 Hero of Reform - government reform advocates N.Y. Uprising

Policy Positions

New York State Legislative Election 2018 Political Courage Test

Education

1. Do you support adopting federal education standards in New York ?
- No

2. Should immigrants unlawfully present in the United States who graduate from New York high schools be eligible for in-state tuition at public universities?
- Yes

3. Should students' standardized test scores be used to evaluate teacher performance?
- No

4. Do you support state funding for charter schools?
- No

5. Other or expanded principles
- No Answer

Legislative Priorities

In the following area, please explain in a total of 100 words or less, your top two or three priorities if elected. If they require additional funding for implementation, please explain how you would obtain this funding.
- Further job training programs, increased childcare coverage, and increased education spending.

Gun

1. Should teachers be allowed to bring guns into the classroom?
- No

2. Should a license be required for gun ownership?
- Yes

3. Do you generally support gun-control legislation?
- Yes

4. Should background checks be required on gun sales between private citizens at gun shows?
- Yes

5. Other or expanded principles
- No Answer

Health

1. Do you support requiring individuals to purchase health care insurance?
- Yes

2. Other or expanded principles
- I am still reviewing euthanasia legislation, as well as religious exemptions for vaccinations.

3. Should the state government increase funding for treatment facilities to combat opioid abuse?
- Yes

4. Do you support legislation that grants citizens the right to choose to die through euthanasia?
- No Answer

5. Do you support eliminating religious exemptions for vaccinations?
- No Answer

6. Do you support Medicaid expansion through New York 's health care programs?
- Yes

Social

1. Do you support the inclusion of sexual orientation in New York 's anti-discrimination laws?
- Yes

2. Do you support the inclusion of gender identity in New York 's anti-discrimination laws?
- Yes

3. Do you support greater efforts by New York state government in closing the pay gap between men and women?
- Yes

4. Should New York permit localities to adopt "Sanctuary City" immigration policies?
- Yes

5. Other or expanded principles
- No Answer

Environment & Energy

1. Do you support state funding for the development of renewable energy (e.g. solar, wind, thermal)?
- Yes

2. Other or expanded principles
- No Answer

3. Do you support state government regulations of greenhouse gas emissions?
- Yes

4. Do you support increasing state funding for clean drinking water initiatives?
- Yes

Abortion & Reproductive

1. Do you generally support pro-choice or pro-life legislation?
- Pro-choice

2. Should abortion be legal when the pregnancy resulted from incest or rape?
- Yes

3. Do you support the prohibition of public funds for organizations that perform abortions?
- No

4. Other or expanded principles
- No Answer

Campaign Finance & Government Reform

1. Do you support any limits on campaign contributions to state candidates?
- Yes

2. Do you support the regulation of indirect campaign contributions from corporations and unions?
- Yes

3. Do you support the use of an independent AND/OR bipartisan commission for redistricting?
- Yes

4. Do you support requiring a government-issued photo identification in order to vote at the polls?
- No

5. Other or expanded principles
- No Answer

Crime & Public Safety

1. Do you support capital punishment for certain crimes?
- No

2. Should a minor accused of a violent crime be prosecuted as an adult?
- No

3. Do you support the enforcement of federal immigration laws by state and local police?
- No

4. Other or expanded principles
- No Answer

5. Do you support the legalization of marijuana for recreational purposes?
- Yes

6. Do you support replacing the cash bail system with a supervised release system for misdemeanor charges?
- Yes

Economic

1. Do you support an increase of the minimum wage of New York ?
- Yes

2. Do you support state government spending as a means of promoting economic growth?
- Yes

3. Do you support lowering state taxes as a means of promoting economic growth?
- Yes

4. Do you support reducing state government regulations on the private sector?
- Yes

5. Do you support expanding access to unemployment benefits?
- Yes

6. Do you support requiring welfare applicants to pass a drug test in order to receive benefits?
- No

7. Other or expanded principles
- No Answer

Budget, Spending, & Tax

Budget Stabilization:

Indicate which proposals you support (if any) for balancing New York 's budget.

1. Other or expanded principles
- No Answer

2. Reducing state employee salaries AND/OR pensions?
- No

3. Instituting mandatory furloughs AND/OR layoffs for state employees?
- No

4. Reducing benefits for Medicaid recipients?
- No

5. An income tax increase on any tax bracket?
- No

Articles

Governor Cuomo Announces $14.2 Million to Assist Municipalities with Modernizing and Enhancing Public Transportation Services Statewide

Feb. 4, 2020

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced that $14.2 million has been awarded to 13 counties, cities and regional authorities to modernize and enhance municipally sponsored public transportation services. This State-funded initiative, which is part of a larger $435 million five-year commitment to upstate and downstate suburban services, will enhance consumer convenience through the modernization of bus shelters; deployment of new contactless fare collection systems; and procurement of new, accessible clean-fuel vehicles. "New York continues to lead the nation in building and revitalizing transportation infrastructure that is cleaner, greener and more suitable for the 21st century," Governor Cuomo said. "These strategic investments in public transportation systems will help to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and enhance services in these communities, once again showing that New York is committed to building a bright, sustainable future." The projects announced today were selected through a competitive solicitation process, which incorporated criteria developed as part of the Governor's initiative to advance Health Across all Policies in New York State. Health Across all Policies is a collaborative approach that integrates health considerations into policymaking across all sectors to improve community health and wellness. New York State Department of Transportation Commissioner Marie Therese Dominguez said, "Under Governor Cuomo's leadership, New York continues to make sustained and historic investments in the health and wellness of upstate communities. In the process we are making our state's communities more transit supportive, walkable and bikeable than at any other point in our state's history." Senator Tim Kennedy, Senate Transportation Committee Chairman, said, "Countless New Yorkers rely on public transportation every day of the week. These investments across the state will result in cleaner, safer, and more efficient transit networks. I'm pleased that New York State continues to recognize the importance of these systems and is making their improvement a top priority." Assembly Member William Magnarelli, Assembly Transportation Committee Chair, said, "Enhancing the transportation services offered to residents in our state helps to revitalize our communities and create new opportunities for economic growth. It is an investment that will result in positive outcomes." A complete list of the 13 projects receiving funding is below: Southern Tier -$1.5 million to Broome County toward the procurement of a chip-enabled contactless fare collection system.-$1.5 million to Chautauqua County toward the procurement of clean-fuel hybrid trolleys and associated equipment.-$405,000 to Tompkins County toward the procurement a clean fuel electric bus. North Country -$980,078 to Lewis County toward the procurement of new clean-fuel buses and related equipment.-$300,000 to Franklin County toward the procurement of new clean-fuel buses and related equipment.-$1.5 million to St. Lawrence County toward the procurement of new clean fuel buses and related equipment.-$120,000 to Clinton County to replace and modernize bus passenger shelters. Long Island -$1.5 million to Nassau County toward the procurement of a smart ticketing contactless fare collection system. Mohawk Valley -$135,000 to the City of Gloversville toward the procurement of new clean fuel buses and related equipment.-$149,500 to Schoharie County toward the procurement of new clean fuel buses and related equipment. Hudson Valley -$3 million Westchester County toward the procurement of clean fuel hybrid-electric buses.-$136,000 to Ulster County toward the procurement of clean fuel electric vehicles. Western New York -$3 million to the Niagara Frontier Transportation Authority toward enhancements to the Metro Rail customer information and communication systems.

Governor Cuomo Signs Landmark Limousine Safety Reforms

Feb. 3, 2020

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today signed a comprehensive package of legislation putting into place new reforms and safety standards for the limousine industry. The 10-point package includes new safety regulations such as: seatbelt requirements, immobilization of defective limousines, increased penalties for illegal U-turns, GPS requirements, customer service resource requirements, regular validation of vehicle and driver safety information, new commercial driver's license requirements for limousine drivers, creation of a passenger task force and drug and alcohol testing. "These far-reaching reforms deliver much-needed protections that will help keep dangerous vehicles off our roadways, crack down on businesses that do not prioritize safety and will give New Yorkers piece of mind when they enter a limo in this state," Governor Cuomo said. "New York stands with those who lost loved one in the horrific crashes that inspired this legislation and I commend the family members who worked tirelessly to help pass these bills to help prevent future tragedies." Senate Majority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins said, "Limousines and celebrations usually go hand-in-hand, and the Senate Democratic Majority wants to keep it that way. The crashes that have taken place because of unsafe limos and lax regulations are tragedies, and we have a responsibility to address this problem. The Senate Majority stands, and grieves, with the families who lost loved ones to limo crashes and who turned that suffering into activism. These bills, which I thank the Governor for signing into law, will help improve safety, hold companies accountable, and save lives." Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie said, "Too many times, joyous events here in New York have turned into tragic accidents because of a lack of oversight and safety standards in the limousine industry. That ends now. These reforms will hold the industry accountable, making limos safer for passengers, drivers and everyone on our roads." Chair of the Committee on Transportation Senator Timothy M. Kennedy said, "By passing this comprehensive package of legislation, the Senate and Assembly are strengthening standards across New York State, and changing the way the industry is regulated to ensure passenger safety is prioritized. The families who lost loved ones in the limo crashes in Schoharie and Cutchogue were instrumental in the pursuit of these reforms, and their commitment to make New York safer will undoubtedly prevent other families from experiencing the same heartbreak they have endured. I thank Governor Andrew Cuomo, Majority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins, and Speaker Carl Heastie for working alongside us to fast-track this historic deal, and I look forward to seeing these important measures enacted." Chair of the Committee on Transportation Assembly Member William B. Magnarelli said, "Laws making stretch limousines safer for drivers, passengers and everyone on our roads is needed for our state. The Governor's signing of these bills into law creates oversight and reform of the limousine industry. They ensure that companies and drivers meet enhanced licensing and inspection regulations, and mandate the use of safety features such as seatbelts and GPS. I am happy to be a part of this movement to protect our residents and believe these changes will save lives and prevent future tragedies." Seatbelt Requirements (S.6191C/A.9057) This legislation provides that motor vehicles converted into stretch limousines on or after January 1, 2021 have at least 2 safety belts for the front seat and at least one safety belt in the rear for each passenger the vehicle was designed to hold, as well as requiring all stretch limousines to be retrofitted to include seatbelts by January 1, 2023. New Commercial Driver's License Requirements for Limousine Drivers (S.6192A/A.8474A) This legislation requires individuals operating limousines carrying 9 or more passengers, including the driver, to have a passenger endorsed commercial driver's license. Immobilization and Impoundment of Defective Limousines (S.6193C/A.9056) This legislation allows the Commissioner of Transportation to impound or immobilize stretch limousines in certain situations and provides that an impounded motor vehicle will not be released unless the Commissioner provides written notice that the vehicle has passed re-inspection. Any release of a vehicle without approval by the Commissioner will be punishable by a fine of up to $10,000. Increased Penalties for Illegal U-Turns (S.6188B/A.8172B) Violations will be subject to a $250 to $400 fine and/or up to 15 days imprisonment. Second violations in eighteen months will be subject to a $600 to $750 fine and/or up to 45 days imprisonment. Violations involving a stretch limousine making an illegal U-turn while carrying at least one passenger would be subject to a $750 to $1,000 fine and/or up to 180 days imprisonment. GPS Requirements for Limousines (S.6187C/A. 9058) This legislation requires stretch limousines to use GPS technology designed specifically for commercial vehicles upon the creation of federal standards. New Customer Service Resources (S. 6185B/A.8214B) This legislation requires the Commissioners of Transportation and Motor Vehicles to establish, maintain, monitor and publicize a telephone hotline operated and maintained by the Department of Motor Vehicles used to report safety issues with stretch limousines and safe limo website maintained by the Department of Transportation. The DOT and DMV may investigate the reports generated by the hotline and use verified information from those reports in their enforcement actions. Driver's License Validation (S.6604B/A.9059) This legislation requires that every motor carrier furnish the Department of Motor Vehicles a list of each altered motor vehicle designed to carry 9 or more passengers and requires that the Commissioner of Motor Vehicles annually review the bus driver files of each driver employed by a motor vehicle carrier who operates a stretch limousine, along with publishing various safety metrics. DMV must annually update its website to provide information on motor carriers operating stretch limousines and data on limousine operations and drivers. Creation of Passenger Task Force (S.6189C/A.1316C) This legislation establishes the stretch limousine passenger safety task force to conduct a comprehensive review of matters influencing the safety, adequacy, efficiency and reliability of stretch limousine transportation. Drug and Alcohol Testing (S.6186B/A.712A) This legislation will require that large for-hire vehicle drivers and motor carriers be subject to pre-employment and random drug and alcohol testing. Seatbelt Use in Taxi and Livery Vehicles (S.7134/A.8990) This legislation expands seatbelt use requirements in for-hire vehicles. Representative Paul Tonko said, "Our hearts remain broken for the families of the deadly Schoharie and Long Island crashes who have somehow managed to turn personal tragedy from dangerous limousines into a fierce and inspiring resolve. Their wisdom and guidance helped shape the bipartisan national limousine safety package I have been pushing Congress to enact, and their advocacy continues to lift our efforts at the state and national levels to ensure we are doing everything possible to prevent future tragedies of this kind. My thanks to these impressive families and many leaders across New York who have come together to advance this worthwhile legislative state package. I will not stop pushing until our comprehensive package of improvements to close loopholes and raise safety standards becomes law nationwide." Senator Brad Hoylman said, "In my Senate district, emergency departments report seeing hundreds of injured rear seat cab passengers a year with split lips, broken noses, cracked teeth, and traumatic brain injuries. The passenger injury phenomenon is so common in ERs that physicians have given it a name: 'partition face'. Now thanks to our legislation today, New York joins more than half of the states that require rear seat passengers in taxis, Ubers and Lyfts to wear seatbelts to protect themselves and other riders. Seat belts save lives. But only if we use them. I'm grateful to the leadership of Senate Majority Leader Andrea Stewart-Cousins and Transportation Chair Senator Tim Kennedy for helping pass this common-sense legislation." Senator James Gaughran said, "The survivors of the tragedies of Cutchogue and Schoharie led the charge to pass important limo safety legislation that will protect passengers and drivers alike. These bills, including mandatory seat belts and cracking down on illegal U-turns, are critical safety measures that will prevent tragic crashes like the one just a few years ago in Cutchogue, from happening again. I thank the brave and tireless advocacy of the families of the Cutchogue and Schoharie crashes for being the driving force behind these bills and fighting for safety. Thank you Governor Cuomo for signing these bills into law." Senator Anna Kaplan said, "The unimaginable tragedies that took place in Cutchogue and Schoharie were a rude awakening for all New Yorkers about the safety of stretch limousines. As lawmakers, we have a duty to families across the state to take action to prevent such senseless tragedy from ever happening again, and I'm very proud to sponsor legislation as part of that effort to keep our residents safe." Senator Rachel May said, "A graduation or wedding should be one of the best times of your life. You shouldn't worry about whether the limo service you hire will get you home safely at the end of the day. My bill will make it easier for safety issues to be reported to the Commissioner of Transportation. We have seen too many preventable tragedies because limousines weren't well-maintained or regularly inspected. New Yorkers deserve better oversight." Senator Jen Metzger said, "The devastating loss of lives from the 2018 crash in Schoharie was a call to action for stronger laws to keep people safe on our roads. My bill to mandate drug and alcohol testing for limo drivers and other for-hire vehicles, along with the other urgent legislation that we passed in early January, will save lives and prevent future tragedies. I want to thank Senate Transportation Chair Tim Kennedy for championing this vital package of legislation." Senator James Sanders, Jr. said, "This bill is important in insuring the safety of both pedestrians and motorists. It is vital that the DMV have up-to-date records regarding stretch limousine companies and their drivers, especially when it comes to defects and crashes. As we all know a car can be a dangerous weapon if not operated properly, and when we think about vehicles that are even larger like stretch limousines that often transport many people, we have to be even more cautious." Assembly Member Amy Paulin said, "I am very pleased that these critical safety measures have become law. I thank Governor Cuomo for working with the Legislature to complete this comprehensive set of initiatives. Access to seat belts for limousine passengers and random drug testing for drivers are common sense and practical steps that will help ensure the safety of not only limousine passengers but for everyone traveling on New York roadways. The creation of a Limousine Passenger Safety Task Force means that we will continue to address issues that confront the safety of Limousine passengers and drivers in the future." Assembly Member Angelo Santabarbara said, "Following the deadly limousine crash in Schoharie that claimed the lives of 20 people, the need for updated laws governing stretch limousines was apparent. That's why work on this important legislative package has continued here at the State Capitol on behalf of the families that have lost loved ones and for the safety of our communities. While we see these important bills signed into law to strengthen regulations and improve standards here in New York, I also urge US Congress and Senate leaders to come together and pass similar measures in Washington DC to ensure the safety of passengers in every state."

Governor Cuomo Announces $151 Million in Funding to Renew Roads Statewide Impacted by Extreme Weather Events

Jan. 23, 2020

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced $151 million in new funding for the renewal of State roadways impacted by extreme weather events. This State funding will support 95 paving projects and the renewal of approximately 1,013 lane miles of pavement across the state, including at least one project in every county and the City of New York. This new funding, provided through the PAVE NY Initiative, complements $743 million in direct State aid provided for local road and bridge projects that helped renew approximately 3,700 lane miles of road across New York State. "New York continues to make nation-leading investments in the renewal and modernization of the State's roads, bridges, transit systems and airports," Governor Cuomo said. "These investments are laying the foundation to ensure sustained growth throughout the 21st century in tourism, business and workforce development, and economic opportunities." This sustained infrastructure investment will enhance the safety of the State's highways and reduce roadway roughness, making these pavements more fuel efficient. The projects announced today will begin this spring and will be completed during the winter of 2020. State Department of Transportation Commissioner Marie Therese Dominguez said, "The increasing frequency and intensity of extreme weather has had devastating impacts on the State's transportation network. Through the renewal and hardening of our State's infrastructure, New York continues to support the rejuvenation of our local communities and regional economic growth." This critical infrastructure funding is supported through the New York State Department of Transportation's five-year capital plan. Through sustained investment in transportation infrastructure, including this latest infusion of State funds to revitalize its roadways, New York State is enhancing the quality of life for all New Yorkers. Senator Tim Kennedy, Chair of the Senate Committee on Transportation, said, "New York sees our fair share of tough winters, which deteriorate our roads, create potholes, and cause frustration for drivers statewide. It's imperative that we're dedicating significant state resources to ensure these roads are properly repaired and maintained. With this investment announced by the Governor, the state is prioritizing safety, continuing to build robust infrastructure networks, and ultimately fueling a stronger economy." Assembly Member William B. Magnarelli, Chair of the Assembly Committee on Transportation, said, "I welcome the additional monies dedicated to renewal of State roadways impacted by extreme weather announced by Governor Cuomo. Our infrastructure is constantly in need of repair, especially roads impacted by severe weather events. I look forward to working with the Governor in implementing this funding." Motorists are urged to slow down and safely move over when approaching roadside vehicles displaying red, white, blue, amber or green lights, including maintenance and construction vehicles in work zones. To learn more about the Move Over law and what we're doing to keep workers and motorists safe in highway construction zones, visit www.ny.gov/workzonesafety. Motorists are reminded that fines are doubled for speeding in work zones. In accordance with the Work Zone Safety Act of 2005, convictions of two or more speeding violations in a work zone could result in the suspension of an individual's driver's license. For up-to-date travel information, call 511, visit www.511NY.org, or download the free 511NY app. A complete list of pavement renewal projects is as follows: Capital Region Approximately $12.0 million in projects to renew 73 lane miles of the following roads in Columbia, Greene, Albany, Rensselaer, Schenectady, Saratoga, Washington and Warren counties: $1.1 million to renew Route 32 from County Route 406 to Route 143 in Albany County$1.8 million to renew Route 9W from Ulster County Line to Route 23A in Greene County$1.9 million to renew Route 2 from the bridge over Route 22 to the Massachusetts State line in Rensselaer County$1.3 million to renew Route 9N from Myrtle Street to Porter Corners Road in Saratoga County$980,000 to renew Route 406 from Route 20 to Route 158 in Schenectady County$1.4 million to renew Route 9N from Route 9 to Bolton Landing in Warren County$1.7 million to renew Route 196 from Route 32 to Route 40 in Washington County$1.5 million to renew Route 203 from the Valatie Kill to Sutherland Road in Columbia County$375,000 to renew Route 23B from Route 66 to Claverack Creek in Columbia County Mohawk Valley Approximately $10.7 million in projects to renew 72 lane miles of the following roads in Oneida, Herkimer, Fulton, Montgomery, Schoharie and Otsego counties: $1.3 million to renew Route 309 from the Gloversville City Line to Route 112 in Fulton County$1.7 million to renew Route 161 from Route 30A to Route 30 in Montgomery County$1.1 million to renew Route 51 from the Hamlet of Cedarville to 1.5 miles South of Remington Road in Herkimer County$1.0 million to renew Route 233 from Route 412 to Access Road in Oneida County$2.8 million to renew Route 7 from County Road 39 to the Schoharie County line in Otsego County$1.9 million to renew Route 7 from the Otsego County line to Hite Road in Schoharie County$899,000 to renew Route 10A from Route 29 to Route 10 in Fulton County. Central New York Approximately $13.9 million in projects to renew 119 lane miles of the following roads in Oswego, Onondaga, Cayuga, Cortland and Madison counties: $1.5 million to renew Route 12 from the Chenango City Line to South of Hubbardsville in Madison County$3.9 million to renew Route 11 south of Taft Road to North of Bear Street in Onondaga County$2.2 million to renew Route 38A from Route 38 in Moravia to the Onondaga County line and from the Cayuga north County line to the Cayuga east County line in Cayuga and Onondaga Counties$1.2 million to renew Route 3 from Route 264 to Route 104 in Oswego County$663,000 to renew Route 26 from Route 23 to the Chenango County Line in Cortland County$1.5 million to renew Route 173 from the Syracuse City line to Limestone Creek Bridge and Clinton Street to the Madison County line in Onondaga County$694,000 to renew Route 48 from Farrell Road to the Baldwinsville Town line in Onondaga County$1 million to renew Route 34B from the Tompkins County line to Route 90 in Cayuga County$904,000 to renew Route 13 from the Oneida County line to Route 104 in Oswego County$344,000 to renew Route 298 from East Taft Road to Route 31 in Onondaga County Finger Lakes Approximately $17.5 million in projects to renew 162 lane miles of the following roads in Orleans, Genesee, Wyoming, Livingston, Monroe, Wayne, Ontario, Yates and Seneca counties: $2.9 million to renew Route 96A from north of Kennedy Road to Woodworth Road in Seneca County$850,000 to renew Route 89 south of Ernsberger Road to south of Canoga Road in Seneca County$1.2 million to renew Route 33 from Route 237 to the Monroe County line and Route 33A from Route 33 to Interstate 490 in Genesee County$2.6 million to renew Route 436 from the Village of Nunda to the Village of Dansville in Livingston County$2.1 million to renew Route 36 from Route 383 to the Village of Churchville in Monroe County$1.6 million to renew Route 14A from the Yates County line to Routes 5/20 in Ontario County$1.9 million to renew Route 31A from Route 31 to Route 98 in Orleans County$566,000 to renew Route 31 from the Village of Palmyra to the Village of Newark in Wayne County$1.1 million to renew Route 19A from Route 39 to Route 19 in Wyoming County$625,000 to renew Route 245/364 in Town of Middlesex in Yates County$1.4 million to renew Route 318 from Route 14 to Route 44 in Seneca and Ontario Counties$709,000 to renew Route 31F from Turk Hill Road to the Wayne County line in Monroe County Western New York Approximately $14.6 million in projects to renew 180 lane miles of the following roads in Niagara, Erie, Chautauqua, Cattaraugus and Allegany counties: $877,000 to renew Route 20 from Amsdell Road to Route 62 in Erie County$766,000 to renew Route 324 from Route 384 to Eggert Road in Erie County$650,000 to renew Route 277 from Woodward Drive to Route 354 in Erie County$758,000 to renew Route 265 from the Buffalo north City line to the Tonawanda South City line in Erie County$1.1 million to renew Route 39 from Chautauqua County line to Gowanda Village line in Chautauqua County$953,000 to renew Route 18 from the Route 104 ramps to Blairville Road in Niagara County$965,000 to renew Interstate 86 from Exit 16 to Exit 17 westbound in Cattaraugus County$1.1 million to renew US Route 60 from the Village of Cassadaga to US Route 20 in Cattaraugus County$2.5 million to renew US Route 62 from NY Route 60 to Route 394 in Chautauqua County$458,000 to renew Route 18 from Porter-Center Road to Ransomville Road in Niagara County$1 million to renew Route 305 from south of County Route 5 to the Cattaraugus County line in Allegany County$372,000 to renew Potters Road and Seneca Street from Buffalo City line to Route 240 in Erie County$1.2 million to renew US Route 20 from Route 249 to Eden Evans Center Road in Erie County$1.9 million to renew US Route 20 from Townline Road in the town of Alden to the Erie County line in Erie County North Country Approximately $13.0 million in projects to renew 100 lane miles of the following roads in Lewis, Jefferson, St. Lawrence, Franklin, Clinton, Essex and Hamilton counties: $1.8 million to renew Route 86 from Cobble Hill to Bowman Lane in Essex County$1.6 million to renew Route 30 from Lewey Lake to the Trail head in Hamilton County$1.2 million to renew Route 3 from the Hamlet of Clayburg to the City of Moffitsville in Clinton County$1.2 million to renew Route 122 from Route 37 to the Town of Constable in Franklin County$1.6 million to renew Route 3 from Aspinwall Corners to Pupura Corners in Jefferson County$1.4 million to renew Route 812 from the Village of Croghan to Indian River in Lewis County$2.2 million to renew Route 68 from the Village of Canton to the Hamlet of Pierrepoint in St. Lawrence County$2 million to renew Route 9 from Trout Pond Road to Route 22 in Essex County Mid-Hudson Valley Approximately $22.7 million in projects to renew 113.5 lane miles of the following roads in Westchester, Rockland, Putnam, Orange, Dutchess, Ulster and Sullivan counties: $1.5 million to renew Route 100B Paving from Sprain Brook Parkway to Route 119 in Westchester County$2 million to renew Route 120 Paving from Whippoorwill Crossing to Ridgewood Terrace in Westchester County$1.6 million to renew Route 202 from Meade Drive to Route 9W in Rockland County$1.5 million to renew Route 211 from Goshen Turnpike to Route 416 in Orange County$600,000 to renew Route 94 from Route 9W to Old Forge Hill Road in Orange County$450,000 to renew Route32 from Union Avenue to Old Temple Hill Road in Orange County$1.9 million to renew Route 22 from Doansburg Road to Old Route 22 in Putnam County$521,000 to renew Route 22 from Milltown Road to Overlook Lane in Putnam County$860,000 to renew Route 82 from the Taconic State Parkway to Clove Branch Road in Dutchess County$1.5 million to renew Route 32 from the Orange County line to Route 44/55 in Ulster County$635,000 to renew Route 82 from Route 199 to the Columbia County line, Dutchess County$195,000 to renew Route 199 from Factory Lane to Schultz Hill Road in Dutchess County$1.5 million to renew Route 44/55 from Chapel Hill Road to Route 208 in Ulster County$2.6 million to renew Routes 17B, 52A and 52 from Route 97 to Miller Road in Sullivan County$2 million to renew Route 306 from Route 59 to Viola Road in Rockland County$1.3 million to renew Route 128 from School Street to Wrights Mill Lane in Westchester County$500,000 to renew Route 118 from Route 100 to Route 129 in Westchester County$1.5 million to renew Route 52 from Boniface Drive to Village of Walden Line in Orange County Southern Tier Approximately $19.6 million in projects to renew 124 lane miles of the following roads in Steuben, Schuyler, Chemung, Tompkins, Tioga, Broome, Chenango and Delaware counties: $1.2 million to renew Route 227 from the Schuyler County Line to Route 96 in Tompkins County$3.1 million to renew Route 53 south from the Hamlet of Kanona to the Village of Prattsburgh in Steuben County$2.2 million to renew Route 53 north from the Village of Prattsburgh to the Livingston County line in Steuben County$1.2 million to renew Route 34 from the Tioga County line to the Town of Van Etten in Chemung County$813,000 to renew Route 329 from Meads Hill Road to County Route 17 in Schuyler County$2.4 million to renew Route 97 from John Deck Road to Lordville Road in Delaware County$1.7 million to renew Route 12 from the Broome County line to one-quarter mile south of County Road 2 in Chenango County$3 million to renew Route 79 from Route 7 to the Town of Fenton in Broome County$1.4 million to renew Route 79 from Route 38 to the Tompkins County Line in Tioga County$1.4 million to renew Route 7 from Tunnel Road to Bates Road in Broome County$1.2 million to renew Route 12 from just north of County Road 3A to the Town of Oxford in Chenango County Long Island Approximately $10.7 million in projects to renew 23 lane miles of the following roads in Nassau and Suffolk counties: $4.1 million to renew Route 109 from the Nassau-Suffolk County line to Route 24 in Nassau County$6.6 million to renew Route 25A from Nicholls Road to Main Street/East Broadway in Suffolk CountyNew York City Approximately $15.8 million in projects to pave 45 lane miles of the following roads in New York City: $202,000 to renew the northbound and southbound Arthur Sheridan Expressway from the Cross Bronx Expressway to 177th Street/Devoe Avenue in Bronx County$8.6 million to renew the eastbound and westbound Long Island Expressway from Maurice Avenue to the Grand central Parkway in Queens County$53,000 to renew the eastbound Brooklyn Queens Expressway ramp from Hamilton Avenue in Kings County $6.9 million to renew the eastbound and westbound Staten Island Expressway from Victory Boulevard to the Goethals Bridge in Richmond County

Events

2019

Nov. 7
WarmUpWNY Drive Kickoff to Benefit Oishei Children's Hospital

Thur 5:30 PM – 7:30 PM EST

Resurgence Brewing Company (55 Chicago St., Buffalo, NY) Buffalo, NY