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Designers, business owners to discuss Corn Hill neighborhood

The Corn Hill Neighbors Association and the Rochester Regional Community Design Center have scheduled a design charrette for Saturday at the former Rochester Institute of Technology student union on Favor Street.

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City, Windstream CEO meet

With demolition of Midtown Plaza nearing its end, the top executive at Windstream Corp. was in Rochester last week for the first time, promising city officials a chance to make their case for moving Paetec Holding Corp. offices to the site.

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Works in progress

Owner: University of Rochester Location: Wilson Quadrangle, River Campus Project information: Construction of Raymond F. LeChase Hall, a four-story, 65,000-square-foot facility with 14 classrooms and a three-story atrium. Cost: $24 million Start date: May 2011 Expected completion date: January 2013 ...

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School of Architecture poised to become a powerhouse

The opening of a new graduate program in architecture at Rochester Institute of Technology had been eagerly anticipated in the design community.   The university has created a powerful new force for change and sown a seed that should yield ...

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East Avenue parking lot closes; future uncertain

An 80-space surface parking lot on East Avenue is closed this week and a for-sale sign is posted after property owner Natapow Realty Corp. and lot operator Fairway Parking Inc. could not come to terms on a new lease.   ...

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Mahany Welding Supply breaks ground on Gates facility

Ground was ceremonially broken Tuesday on a 5,000-square-foot training facility for welding, glasswork, blacksmithing and jewelry making at Mahany Welding Supply Co. Inc. in Gates.  

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Turning Point Park gets grant for upgrades

Rochester has been awarded $552,000 in state funding to upgrade public facilities at Turning Point Park in the Charlotte neighborhood, city officials said Friday.

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Landsman retiring from his company

At age 91, President Elliot Landsman is retiring from the company he founded, Landsman Development Corp.   Instead of the office, Landsman plans to spend weekdays at his Seneca Point cottage on Canandaigua Lake. While he will maintain some involvement ...

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Demolition continues at Midtown

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Crews from Ontario Specialty Contracting Inc. took down a large section of the McCurdy Building early Thursday afternoon, leaving standing just two of the six sections that comprised the building. The demolished section, made up of three bays, was on the corner of East Main and Euclid streets.

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Biogas site set at farm

Construction has started on a $7 million renewable energy facility in Wyoming County that would be the first independently owned and operated plant of its kind on a dairy farm.   The mixed-waste anaerobic digestion and renewable energy facility is ...

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Minority-Owned Businesses

Information was provided by minority-owned firms that responded to an e-mail or fax survey. The list includes businesses of which minorities own 40 persent or more; ranked by number of local ful-time employees.

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Electrical Contractors

Information was provided by electrical contractors in Monroe, Genesee, Livingston, Ontario, Orleans and Wayne counties; ranked by number of local electricians.

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