“What we’re trying to do is to make sure that our children are getting the best education that they can in our schools,” Andrew Cuomo said. “And so we’re going to be putting the money into our schools.”
The governor said that he and the legislators came to an agreement on a budget for the 2022 fiscal year, with major focus and funds going toward the state’s public school system.
“We’ve been talking about it for some time now, and I think this is a great step forward in making sure that we have a great education system for all of our children,” Andrew Cuomo said. “I think this is one of those steps forward.”
In addition, the governor said he was proud of his colleagues on both sides of the aisle on how they worked together to come up with a solution to help fund improvements in the state’s public school system.
At Honolulu Harbor w/Hawai’i Dept. of Transportation Director Jade Butay, Deputy Director/Harbors Derek Chow and the team checking on $500 million Kapalama Container Terminal project and federal funding opportunities to further upgrade our main harbor for next-generation demands. https://t.co/68Ov12zb0H
.@GOPLeader is right. I just returned from the border with @SteveScalise where CBP officials I spoke to said giving taxpayer dollars to N Triangle countries so people won’t come won’t work because governments will just keep the money. This isn’t how we end the #BidenBorderCrisis. https://t.co/tmTUMn8OSb
This is a sick joke: NY is proposing that daily Jersey GW Bridge commuters pay an extra $3000/year in a congestion tax if they’re heading to midtown.
@BillPascrell & I are fighting back, since @USDOT is giving them the green light to move forward.
You’ve got to be kidding me! https://t.co/jZ5TfMgfsD