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Daily Archives: August 19, 1996

CSEA rips golf-course plan

The state Civil Service Employee Association’s Monroe County unit today blasted County Executive John Doyle’s plan to privatize the county’s three publicly owned golf courses. A statement issued by CSEA chief Florence Trippi calls the privatization plan “a potential disaster ...

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Kodak venture partner
plans stock repurchase

CPI Corp. today announced that its directors have authorized a repurchase of up to $50 million of the St. Louis-based company’s stock. Eastman Kodak Co. and CPI earlier this month announced an upcoming joint venture that will run a chain ...

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MCC scholarships to jobless proposed Two Republican members of the Monroe County Legislature today unveiled proposed legislation to provide Monroe Community College scholarships to unemployed county residents. Majority Leader Michael Hanna, R-Perinton, and Karla Boyce, R-Mendon, developed the plan with ...

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Kodak venture partner
plans stock repurchase

CPI Corp. today announced that its directors have authorized a repurchase of up to $50 million of the St. Louis-based company’s stock. Eastman Kodak Co. and CPI earlier this month announced an upcoming joint venture that will run a chain ...

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CSEA rips golf-course plan

The state Civil Service Employee Association’s Monroe County unit today blasted County Executive John Doyle’s plan to privatize the county’s three publicly owned golf courses. A statement issued by CSEA chief Florence Trippi calls the privatization plan “a potential disaster ...

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Web Sights

If you are stumped at finding a new way to motivate employees, Chicago-area educator John Fabjance says you should try magic. At first, it sounds a bit offbeat, but Fabjance, also a magician, has presented seminars on more personal issues ...

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Web Sights

If you are stumped at finding a new way to motivate employees, Chicago-area educator John Fabjance says you should try magic. At first, it sounds a bit offbeat, but Fabjance, also a magician, has presented seminars on more personal issues ...

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