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It’s Labor Day, not Organized Labor Day

Labor Day constitutes a yearly national tribute to the contributions workers have made to the strength, prosperity and well-being of our country. This is pretty much the universal definition of Labor Day. U.S. Department of Labor statistics document that 7.6 ...

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Hospital expansions, aging population spur growth

Health care construction and development has fared well in the Rochester area despite the recession, insiders say. Recently finished projects dot the local landscape, prompted in part by hospital expansions and the graying of the area’s population.  Several more projects ...

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Md. firm picked for Midtown abatement work

The Rochester office of Marcor Remediation Inc. has been selected as a sub-contractor to perform abatement work on the Seneca and McCurdy buildings at the Midtown Plaza site, officials announced Wednesday. Marcor Remediation, whose corporate offices are in Maryland, was ...

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RBTL announces possible sites for theater

The Rochester Broadway Theatre League received suggestions of more than a dozen sites from municipal leaders and private developers for the future location of a performing arts center. The city of Rochester was not among them. RBTL officials announced the ...

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Isaac Heating becomes Bills sponsor

Rochester-based Isaac Heating and Air Conditioning Inc. is the newest corporate sponsor of the Buffalo Bills, officials announced Monday. Isaac will give away two tickets to the heated seats of the Jim Kelly Club at Ralph Wilson Stadium prior to ...

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A work in progress

 Environmental remediation and asbestos abatement are under way at the Midtown Plaza site as the city of Rochester continues to negotiate terms with proposed tenant Paetec Holding Corp. and weigh three proposals for renovating Midtown Tower.  It has been nearly ...

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Court gives trustees control of properties

See Corrections and Amplifications below. As a bevy of lawyers debated the fate of Webster developer Lawrence Frumusa’s properties in Bankruptcy Court this month, the court moved to strip his control over his holdings, putting the properties under the stewardship ...

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Housing is his lifelong interest

Timothy Fournier was 10 when he got his start in housing development and 12 when he made his first investment.      At that time, he and his siblings were helping their parents purchase and develop apartment units in their northeastern ...

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