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The Whole Foods project: Where we are now (access required)

Anyone who has driven on Monroe Avenue in the vicinity of Clover Street knows that traffic near the Brighton and Pittsford town line can be more than annoying, especially during peak shopping times. It can feel like all 49,000 cars that travel that corridor each day are vying with your car for the roadway. The experience can ...

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Part of the Whole Foods Plaza, which is under construction along Monroe Avenue in Brighton

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