State Funds Cancer Screening and A Disaster Program, A Local Airport Has Some Funding Of Its Own
You might be worried about things like blizzards or even a disaster and how the state will recover.
New York State has announced a plan called "NY Responds." This includes adding $50 million worth of equipment to deal with issues such as heavy snow. The program will help the state respond quickly when disaster strikes.
Governor Andrew Cuomo has announced that the state will utilize $8 million in federal grants over five years to fight Colorectal cancer. The funds will strengthen cancer screenings for New York residents statewide.
$90,000 is on the way to the Lt. Warren Eaton airport in Norwich. The money will be used to pay for the design phase of the removal of ten acres of tree obstructions in the runway one approach. Congressman Richard Hanna announced the funding today which is coming from the Federal Aviation Administration.