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Rochester Business Journal
May 24, 2013

The city of Rochester’s Bureau of Youth Services and Bureau of Employment Opportunities are moving to new offices at the Central Library beginning Tuesday, officials announced Friday.

Both bureaus are closed Friday, with telephone and email communications resuming Tuesday at the offices  at 115 South Ave.
 
The offices of Summer of Opportunity and Summer Food Service remain at Sibley Centre, officials said.

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