Less than a week into his first term Congressman Anthony Brindisi has announced the first of several planned Town Halls.

Brindisi will meet with Broome County constituents on Tuesday, January 22nd at American Legion Post 1645 in Binghamton.

Brindisi says, "As a member of Congress, my top priority is helping the people of New York’s 22nd district. That means listening to their concerns, answering their questions, and working hard to solve their problems."

The freshman Congressman vows to hold a Town Hall each month, visiting every county in the district in 2019.

Brindisi went on to say, "I will hold a free, open town hall in every county in the district because that’s what Upstate New Yorkers deserve from their representatives. I look forward to listening to my constituents and making sure they know where I stand on the issues."

The first Town Hall will be at the American Legion Post 1645 on 39 Louisa Street in Binghamton. It is free and open to the public and will begin at 6 p.m.