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Yearly Archives: 2000

Renovated building to be renamed

With a two-year renovation project completed, the Canfield & Tack Building is slated to be rechristened Tuesday as the Wolf Building. The 112-year-old building is located at 192 Mill St. in the High Falls District. The Wolf Group will occupy ...

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FEDERAL TAX LIENS

This information is obtained from the Monroe County Clerk’s Office. Federal tax liens are filed by the U.S. Treasury Department. M.T. Pockets of Rochester Inc. 134 Greece Ridge Center Drive, Rochester, N.Y. 14626 Amount: $18,860.69 Date filed: Oct. 30 J.B. ...

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Businesspeople on the move

The law firm of Harter, Secrest & Emery LLP announces that Paul Pietropaoli joined the firm as an associate in the real estate practice group, finance and real property department. He has experience representing individuals, business entities, not-for-profit organizations and ...

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Million-Dollar Non-Profits

31. American Red Cross, Greater Rochester Chapter 75 College Ave. Rochester, N.Y. 14607 241-4400 Total Expenditures 1999 ($000): 6,196 Total Revenue 1999 ($000): 6,278 Sources of Funding(1,2) (Numbers in parentheses indicate a loss was taken) ($000): Joint campaign with United ...

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Million-Dollar Non-Profits

1. Genesee Region Home Care Association Inc. 70 Metro Park Rochester, N.Y. 14623 214-1000 Total Expenditures 1999 ($000): 45,314 Total Revenue 1999 ($000): 42,324 Sources of Funding(1,2) (Numbers in parentheses indicate a loss was taken) ($000): Direct public support: 740; ...

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Economy Track

EMPLOYMENT -Total non-farm jobs (000) Sept. 558.0 553.9 0.7 552.3 1.0 -Construction Sept. 22.2 22.9 -3.1 21.7 2.3 -Finance, insurance, real estate Sept. 21.0 21.7 -3.2 21.0 0.0 -Government Sept. 80.2 75.0 6.9 79.8 0.5 -Manufacturing Sept. 115.1 115.7 -0.5 ...

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Corrections

A Dec. 1 article misstated the monthly premium for Preferred Care’s Preferred Care Gold senior health insurance product. Preferred Care Gold costs $70 a month. In response to an article in the Dec. 1 issue, Rochester Americans officials said the ...

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Home Health Care Agencies

1. Genesee Region Home Care Association Inc. 70 Metro Park Rochester, N.Y. 14623 www.grhc.com 214-1000 Total Staff: 939 No. of LPNs/RNs/Home Health Care Aides(1): 21/152/444 Certified/Licensed by New York(2): Certified Private Pay Rate (range) ($)(3): 20.25-28.00 Percentage of Reimbursement by ...

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News in brief

West Group to expand West Group plans to expand its Rochester operations by 16 percent as it takes on projects for the firm’s North American business. The Minnesota-based company plans to add more than 100 employees here to staff new ...

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Kodak’s CEO wraps up year of challenges

The first year of the Carp era at Eastman Kodak Co. comes to a close this month with the company’s stock trading nearly 40 percent lower than when it began. Since Daniel Carp took the helm of the photo giant, ...

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STATE TAX WARRANTS SATISFIED

This information is obtained from the Monroe County Clerk’s Office. Atex Graphics Corp. P.O. Box 10688, Rochester, N.Y. 14610 Amount: $2,634.78 Date satisfied: Oct. 10 Asset Documentation Systems Inc. 100 White Spruce Blvd., Rochester, N.Y. 14623 Amount: $4,195.00 Date satisfied: ...

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Portfolio: CPAC Inc.

A weekly report compiled from the proxy statement and annual report of a publicly held company with local headquarters or a company with a major division in the area NASDAQ-CPAK Based in Leicester, CPAC Inc. is an acquirer, licensee and ...

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Xerox expects news soon on first asset sale

Xerox Corp.’s announcement of its first asset sale could be imminent, an internal message from the company’s president and chief operating officer indicates. Anne Mulcahy did not put a definite time frame on the announcement in a voice-mail message to ...

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Battle-scarred PSC facing cuts, move and credit worries

Despite the resolution of its longtime litigation war with its archrival and enlistment of a new CEO to chart its future course, PSC Inc. remains on shaky ground. Even as PSC prepares to move its headquarters to Oregon as part ...

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Executive sees rosy future for elder care

“Older people are a joy,” Elizabeth Mullin-DiProsa says. The sentiment is well-placed. Mullin-DiProsa, a nurse by training whose career in elder care spans several decades, is president and CEO of St. Ann’s of Greater Rochester Inc. It is the non-profit ...

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