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City suing festival group for cost of police service (access required)

Organizer says cops weren’t needed

Rochester city officials are suing a Gates neighborhood group claiming they are owed more than $5,000 for police services provided during a festival held in Rochester in August. The Little Italy Neighborhood Association was supposed to pay the city for crowd and traffic control services provided by the Rochester Police Department during the 2017 Little Italy ...
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