Claudia Tenney has selected the projects she will submit to the House of Appropriations Committee for consideration as part of the 2023 Community Project Funding process.
Tenney’s office has received more than a hundred applications from 22nd District candidates, and she has announced the fifteen projects she plans to submit.
All programs fall into one of three categories: Water Infrastructure Improvement, Research and Economic Development, or Health Care Services and Public Safety.
Last year, Tenney submitted ten projects for review and eight of them, totaling over $12 million, were included in the final spending bill.
Here is the list of the fifteen submissions:
- $864,078 for community policing and crime prevention in Binghamton;
- $2,850,000 for the replacement of the City of Norwich water main;
- $3,000,000 for the City of Rome Park Drive Revitalization Project;
- $2,995,000 for the Cortland Rural Mental Health Facility Capital Project;
- $3,000,000 for the Griffiss Institute Smart-X Internet of Things (IOT) Living Lab;
- $1,000,000 for Oneida Health System Behavioral Health Services;
- $1,580,628 for Tioga County Soil and Water Conservation District Watershed Community Resilience;
- $2,351,200 for improvements to the City of Orwell’s water system;
- $1,000,000 for the Town of Schuyler Graham, Brown and Newport Road Water District;
- $227,400 for the City of Whitestown to buy back properties damaged by recurrent flooding;
- $734,014 for the University of Utica Crime Lab;
- $2,000,000 for the Valley Health Services Skilled Nursing and Neurobehavioral Care Facility;
- $1,507,605 for sewer separation from the Village of Canastota South Canal, Commerce and State Street;
- $3,480,960 for the rehabilitation of the sewage treatment plant and the pumping station in the village of Marathon;
- $4,152,000 for the Oneida Castle Village Sanitary Sewer Collection System.