Mr Brown is a Oneida County Legislator in the 12th District, on Facebook at Rome1st. Below we will investigate his positions and background to better insure we understand who is creating overseeing our budget and laws.
Oneida County Legislator Michael Brown from District 12 in Rome explains Legislature's vote to handle eminent domain in Utica Downtown Hospital parking garage project. @ Talk of the Town -… https://t.co/PTyoKWXr4E— TALK! 100.7 FM (@_talkfm) March 1, 2019
February 22, 2019 - Copperccino’s opening only a start to anchoring downtown activity...
"Copperccino’s Coffee House, 254 W. Dominick St., is planning to “expand its footprint” in 2019. In its first year of business, Copperccino’s managed to carve out a niche for itself in the growing downtown scene, according to Michael Brown, executive director of the coffee house’s parent organization, Main Streets Alliance."
March 18, 2018 - Letter to Mayor Izzzo Beautifioation Proposal—2018...
Michael Brown, Executive Director
Rome Main Street Alliance, Inc.
416 North James Street
Rome, NY 13440
(315) 225-8720 (my cell)
(888) 926-8989 (office)
November 12, 2015 - In story titled, Izzo elected Rome’s first female mayor, we learn "Izzo and Fusco also were challenged by Democrat Michael Brown, who ran on the Working Families Party line and received 326 votes, and Democrat Louis Daniello, who received 1,890 votes.
November 12, 2015 - Official Results Of Rome Mayoral Election... Following last Tuesday's general election, the unofficial tally put challenger Izzo in the lead with 2,400 votes over incumbent Mayor Fusco's 2,352. Louis Daniello, the Democrat, finished in third place with 1830 votes followed by Working Families candidate Michael Brown with 318.
November 2, 2017 - The Rome newspaper carries a letter of support, Brown has been advocate for Rome. In this letter we hear:
Michael Brown relocated to Rome over 13 years ago (~2004), had a mayoral run in 2015. Is executive director of Rome Main Streets and a board member at the Capitol Theatre.
Mike for Mayor a blog...
Michael D. Brown is a union member, a lifelong Democrat, and a proud citizen of the City of Rome. He is the endorsed candidate of the Working Families Party. Mr. Brown offers an expansive background that includes serving as Rome’s Main Street Director from 2004-2006, owning his own design and build firm for 20 years, operating in Rome for nearly 12 of those years, and having been an active Board Member of the Rome, NY Capitol Theatre for nine years.
Michael Brown, Rome Mayoral Candidate, Calls Current Budget A 'Shell Game' - WIBX AM 950 http://t.co/icDQhZ8Ypk— Rome Daily News (@RomeDailyNews) August 13, 2015
October 26, 2015 - From the Rome Daily Sentinel, we hear Mike Brown deeply cares for Rome, an opinion leter by Katharine Rayland of 207 West Bloomfield Street.
September 2, 2015 - Read Rome Mayoral Debate - WUTR
July 10, 2015 -Political Campaign to help fund Democrat Michael Brown for Mayor of the City of Rome NY. Where we see the event raised $100 (1%) of the $10,000 goal.
Right now IN STUDIO, we are talking to Rome Mayoral Candidate Michael Brown. LISTEN LIVE: http://t.co/uqC07c5hcp— News Radio 950 WIBX (@WIBXnews) August 12, 2015
Nov 27, 2018 8:33 Mayor Michael Brown helped celebrate the... - City of Grand Forks ... Facebook https://www.facebook.com/watch/?v=710326799330000
Sep 2, 2015 14:43 Michael Brown, Candidate for Rome Mayor WIBX https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lYR__7osDNo
Aug 13, 2015 14:43 Rome Mayoral Candidate Michael Brown - Aug. 12, 2015 WIBX https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RVmO3NUb9iM
Michael Brown, candidate for Mayor of the City of Rome, NY speaks about issues pertaining to the working poor. http://t.co/QPRkHI1dvg— mikeformayor (@brynnmike) June 9, 2015
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