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Congressman Tom Reed has announced the Chautauqua County/Dunkirk Airport will receive a grant from the Federal Department of Transportation to help the airport purchase a new snow plow with sand spreader.
Congressman Reed was kind enough to visit with us at our corporate offices in Falconer, NY and spent the good part of an afternoon talking with us about FORECON, Inc. and the services we provide to landowners. Congressman Reed was particularly interested in the concerns that our landowners have, especially in light of our managing the woodlots and forests that they own.
U.S. Rep. Tom Reed says the financial crisis in Greece should be a warning of the consequences of addressing issues later rather than sooner.
Congressman Tom Reed was given a tour of Alstom in Hornell this morning. Reed met with and took questions from Alstom workers, and spoke optimistically of Alstom being able to work out a deal with Amtrak, which would create hundreds of new jobs for the Hornell Alstom site.
The manhunt is over, but the prison break at the Clinton Correctional Facility in Northern New York is still making headlines. Congressman Tom Reed praises the work of authorities in locating the two escaped killers, but believes a thorough investigation needs to be made at the prison. Reed says the various law enforcement agencies faced a grueling task.
Rep. Tom Reed announced Thursday that the Department of Health of Human and Services will award a $1 million grant to the Chautauqua County Department of Mental Hygiene for the expansion of their Tapestry program, which provides counseling, suicide prevention and other resources for troubled youths and their families throughout the county.
This week, Tom Reed announced his legislation to assist victims of natural disasters. The bill, known as the National Disaster Relief Tax Act, is aimed at offering assistance to the victims of federally declared disaster areas, in order to rebuild homes, communities and lives.
A New York Republican lawmaker wants to make it easier for people who have lost revenue as a result of government regulation to seek compensation.
After years of intense debate over the Keystone XL oil pipeline, Congressman Tom Reed hopes to see the project come to fruition.
After a two and a half day retreat, Republican House Ways and Means Committee members, including Congressman Tom Reed (R-Corning) came out firing at President Barack Obama's 2016 budget proposals.