Assemblyman Anthony Brindisi says in lieu of Governor Andrew Cuomo's decision not to hold one of his regional State of the State Addresses in Utica, he'll arrange everything for the Governor to make a last-minute stop in his district.

Brindisi will unveil a platform on Wednesday morning to help Cuomo feel at ease about coming to Utica.  “We’ve got the chairs, the podium, and even the constituents,” Brindisi said. “Now we are just waiting on the Governor to show up.”

Brindisi will also outline his top priorities for the state tomorrow morning at the State Office Building in Utica.

The Assemblyman has expressed dismay in recent days that Cuomo's series of regional State of the State Addresses does not include the Mohawk Valley region.

Brindisi says the governor will have actually have to drive by Utica twice -- to and from Syracuse -- as part of his day's travels.

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