Â Gov. David Paterson plans to visit Rochester, Ithaca and Binghamton tomorrow speak at conferences on economic development and school dropouts, announceÂ new home-heating assistance and attend cut the ribbon on a new university building project.
He’s also expected to fit in a fund-raiser for a Senate Democratic candidate.
The governor is due to attend the economic-development summit at St. John Fisher College in the Rochester suburb of Pittsford, then another on dropout prevention at nearby Nazareth College.
Then he is due to travel to Ithaca to announce the new heating-aid program at the Lifelong Senior Center at 1 p.m.Â before traveling to Binghamton University to cut the ribbon on a new $66 million engineering and science building at the school’s Innovative Technologies complex at 3:45 p.m..
Details of the fund-raiser for former Sen. Richard Dollinger, who is trying to regain his old Monroe County seat from Republican Joseph Robach, weren’t immediately available.