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City to present plans for Midtown site

Rochester Business Journal
October 30, 2012

The city of Rochester plans to present designs for the open space and public areas for the Midtown Plaza redevelopment site on Thursday at the Central Library.

The public information meeting begins at 5:30 p.m. at the Kate Gleason Auditorium in the Bausch and Lomb Building, at 115 South Ave.

The presentation will feature designs for new streets, sidewalks and streetscapes, plans for open space and plazas, and possibly adding public art, city officials said. Planned and current development, temporary uses of parcels awaiting development, and an updated project schedule also will be discussed.

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