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Former RARES CEO gets prison time for tax evasion (access required)

The former chief executive officer of the Regional Area Recreation and Employee Services, or RARES, has been sentenced to five months in prison and five months home confinement as punishment for filing a false tax return. The sentencing for John Brian Mount, 60, of Pittsford, was imposed earlier this week by Chief U.S. District Judge Frank ...

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