The federal government will invest more than $300 million in the Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Canandaigua when Phase II of upgrades is complete.
This two-part project is the first major renovation project ever on the campus, which has been around since the 1930s.
Phase two, or about $176 million dollars will go to creating home-like spaces for the veterans who live there.
When retired U.S. Army Veteran James Murray came to the VA medical center years ago, he says he needed a lot of help, and he got it.
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