Governor Andrew Cuomo was at Griffiss International Airport in Rome today to deliver a briefing on the state’s response to the extreme winter storm in Oneida County.

 

Cuomo says he's shifting resources to parts of the state hit hardest by Tuesday's snow storm

He says front end loaders, plows and National Guard members are moving to Central New York.  Cuomo says 100 National Guard members will be coming to the region.

The governor was joined by local officials, including Oneida County Executive Anthony Picente, Utica Mayor Robert Palmieri and Rome Mayor Jacqueline Izzo.