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SPX amends compensation programs

SPX Corp.’s board today amended management restricted stock and director compensation programs the day after its chairman and CEO resigned.

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SPX appoints new president, CEO

SPX Corp., a manufacturer of power transformers and road compactors, today named Christopher Kearney president and CEO, succeeding John Blystone, who has retired. The board also named Charles Johnson II chairman. The company owns the Rochester-based manufacturers SPX Process Equipment– ...

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SPX appoints new president, CEO

SPX Corp., a manufacturer of power transformers and road compactors, today named Christopher Kearney president and CEO, succeeding John Blystone, who has retired. The board also named Charles Johnson II chairman.

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PTI expands voice over IP offerings

Performance Technologies Inc. has expanded its product offering to address growth in the voice over Internet protocol communications platforms and applications sector. Customers are using the company’s new family of integrated media gateway platform elements to aid the convergence to ...

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Enrollment at FLCC reaches 36-year high at 2,637

Finger Lakes Community College Wednesday reported it has reached its highest student enrollment in the 36-year history of the two-year college. A total of 2,637 full-time students are enrolled this semester, an increase of 105 people, or 4.1 percent, over ...

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Enrollment at FLCC reaches 36-year high at 2,637

Finger Lakes Community College Wednesday reported that 2,637 full-time students are enrolled at its Ontario County campus, the highest student enrollment in the 36-year history of the two-year college.

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PTI expands voice over IP offerings

Performance Technologies Inc. has expanded its product offering to address growth in the voice over Internet protocol communications platforms and applications sector.

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Casino deals settle land claims

Two new settlement agreements have been reached between New York and the Oneida Tribe of Indians and the Stockbridge-Munsee Community, Band of Mohican Indians, Gov. George Pataki announced today. The agreements would extinguish the Oneida Indian claims to land and ...

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Casino deals settle land claims

Two new settlement agreements have been reached between New York and the Oneida Tribe of Indians and the Stockbridge-Munsee Community, Band of Mohican Indians, Gov. George Pataki announced Tuesday.

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Geneva ag station gets new director

Thomas Burr, a longtime Cornell University employee, has been named director of the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station in Geneva and associate dean of Cornell’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. The appointment takes effect Jan. 1. Burr replaces ...

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Geneva ag station gets new director

Thomas Burr, a longtime Cornell University employee, has been named director of the New York State Agricultural Experiment Station in Geneva and associate dean of Cornell’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.

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CPAC sees non-film sales as key to ending declines

CPAC Inc., the Livingston County-based company that began as a chemical-recycling business, is shifting its focus by selling new products and working to expand its Fuller Brands business to decrease the company’s dependence on film. “As we near the end ...

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Canandaigua budget trims tax rate

The tax rate will drop some 10 percent from $6.62 per $1,000 of assessed property value to $5.98 under the city of Canandaigua’s 2005 budget adopted Thursday night.

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Funds to boost snowmobile trails

Monroe, Ontario and Wayne counties will receive a total of nearly $120,000 in state grants for snowmobile trail maintenance and local law enforcement efforts.

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