May 27, 2020

‘No Referendum’ on Utica Police Residency Issue, Councilman Jack LoMedico Says

Utica Councilman at Large Jack LoMedico explains why he doesn’t like referendum votes, why he stands by his vote to change the Utica Police residency requirement […]
May 26, 2020

Is Utica’s New Police Residency Law Invalid? Councilman Frank Meola Says Yes

Utica Councilman Frank Meola explains why he believes the recent local law passed by the Utica Common Council to change the residency requirement for Utica Police […]
May 22, 2020

Mayor Palmieri to Decide Today on Change to Utica Police Residency Rules

Utica Mayor Robert Palmieri could decide today whether or not to sign into law a measure the Common Council passed recently that would allow city police […]
May 19, 2020

Councilman Frank Meola says Utica Citizens Deserve Referendum Vote on Residency Rules

Utica Councilman Frank Meola, D-4, explains his latest push to give Utica residents a Referendum Vote to change the city’s Residency Requirements for employment, just weeks […]