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RDDC's Vision-Future luncheon slated for Dec. 3

Rochester Business Journal
November 22, 2013

The Rochester Downtown Development Corp.’s annual Vision-Future luncheon is slated for Dec. 3 at the Rochester Riverside Convention Center. It is to feature presentations by Rochester Mayor-elect Lovely Warren and Monroe County Executive Maggie Brooks.

Brooks will give her views on the region economy and Warren will provide a video presentation of her approach to economic development and vision for the future.

Warren will not attend the luncheon because she will be at a seminar at Harvard University, officials said.

Outgoing Mayor Thomas Richards will be honored for his work in bringing investment and business back to the city, RDDC officials said.

The event begins with a reception from 11:15 a.m., followed by registration at 11:45 a.m. and luncheon program at noon.

Reservations must be made by noon Nov. 27, officials said.

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