Members of the bi-partisan coalition of state legislators known as the Mohawk Valley Nine are asking Governor Andrew Cuomo for more state assistance to help those affected by the July 1st flooding.

The lawmakers want the Governor to provide additional state resources to help homeowners, businesses and municipalities deal with repairs.

They also want the state to work with local governments to develop a long-term flood mitigation plan, along with providing further state funding for efforts to minimize future flood damage to property owners.

The Mohawk Valley Nine is made up of Senators Joseph Griffo, James Seward, David Valesky and Jim Tedisco, along with Assemblymen Anthony Brindisi, Marc Butler, Bill Magee, Brian Miller and Ken Blankenbush.