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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. City officials, however, said rates will vary because of a citywide revaluation ...

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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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Manufacturer BMP America expands Medina facility

BMP America Inc. broke ground Friday on a $1.9 million expansion project at its facility in Medina. The project adds 40,000 square feet, new machinery and 20 jobs.

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Parker Hannifin buys seals supplier

Parker Hannifin Corp. has acquired Advanced Products Co., a privately held manufacturer of metallic and polymer spring-energized seals, in a cash-for-stock transaction. Terms of the deal, announced Wednesday, were not disclosed. Parker Hannifin has annual sales of more than $7 ...

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Army depot’s civilian future in talks

Property transfer issues at the Seneca Army Depot in Romulus are the subject of ongoing talks by local economic developers; federal, state and local leaders; and members of the U.S. Army. Joseph Whitaker, deputy assistant secretary of the Army, met ...

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Army depot’s civilian future in talks

Property transfer issues at the Seneca Army Depot in Romulus are the subject of ongoing talks by local economic developers; federal, state and local leaders; and members of the U.S. Army.

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Parker Hannifin buys seals supplier

Parker Hannifin Corp. has acquired Advanced Products Co., a privately held manufacturer of metallic and polymer spring-energized seals, in a cash-for-stock transaction.

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UR to share $6.5 million research grant

University of Rochester researchers will tap a $6.5 million grant announced today from The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency to boost slow light research for optical processing and telecommunications. The funding, slated to be spread over the next four-and-a-half years, ...

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UR to share $6.5 million research grant

University of Rochester researchers will tap a $6.5 million grant announced Wednesday from The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency to boost slow light research for optical processing and telecommunications.

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Corning, Hitachi-Maxell ink pact

Corning Inc. and Hitachi-Maxell Ltd. today said they have entered into a non-exclusive licensing agreement that will allow Hitachi-Maxell to use Corning’s precision molded optics patents in the manufacture of aspheric glass lenses.

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Corning, Hitachi-Maxell ink pact

Corning Inc. and Hitachi-Maxell Ltd. today said they have entered into a non-exclusive licensing agreement that will allow Hitachi-Maxell to use Corning’s precision molded optics patents in the manufacture of aspheric glass lenses, such as those used in digital still ...

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$3.8 million airport plan could lift Ontario County

With business booming and expected to do even better in Ontario County, economic developers are pushing for an airport expansion that would accommodate more larger jets. The county’s industrial development agency, which owns the Canandaigua Airport, has proposed a $3.8 ...

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County collects cash from landfill privatization

Nearly a year after the lease of the Ontario County landfill to a private company, county officials have lost the headache of running the day-to-day operations and gained a substantial amount of cash in return. Casella Waste Systems Inc., of ...

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Creating the right tonic for the area’s success

When David Smith attended a meeting of the Optoelectronics Industrial Development Association in Washington, D.C., nearly five years ago, he was surprised to learn no representatives from Rochester-or even any from New York-were included in a group looking to create ...

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