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City combating climate change through electric vehicle usage (access required)

The City of Rochester will take extra steps to combat climate change by expanding its electric vehicle fleet and installing more public charging stations. The city received nearly $100,000 in state funding through the state Department of Environmental Conservation’s Municipal Zero-Emission Vehicle & ZEV Infrastructure Rebate Program to install six dual-port charging stations in area parking ...
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