Congresswoman Claudia Tenney will hold a roundtable to talk about the many challenges facing our communities in upstate New York.

The village of Marathon is just one of our area’s that are in need of help as they have requested federal funding for a water project.

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Tenney had submitted the request earlier this year and has gotten approval from the House Appropriations Committee for $600,000 in funding.

According to a news release from the Congresswoman’s office this will be the first time the House of Representatives has launched the community project funding initiative.

The roundtable event will be help, tomorrow July 13, 2021 at 12:45pm at the Marathon Village Hall located at 40 West main Street, Marathon NY 13803

Tenney will address the recent funding for the Marathon Water Project, along with many of the other communities in the 22nd district and upstate New York that are facing similar challenges with aging water infrastructure.

Tenney will also address the bipartisan spending package that invests in our rural areas.

Join the Congresswoman for the roundtable will be Village of Marathon Mayor William McGovern, Village of Marathon Water and Waste Water Superintendent Mike Root, Superintendent of Marathon Central School Rebecca Stone, Business Manager of Marathon Central School Tom Goskoski,

Supervisor for the Town of Marathon Tom Adams, New York Assemblyman John Lemondes, and New York State Senator Peter Oberacker

The Media is welcome to attend the roundtable discussion that begins at 12:30pm tomorrow (7-13-21) There will be a press conference following the event at 1:35pm

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