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Greenlight expanding further into Chili (access required)

Greenlight, the leading fiber-to-the-home provider in New York, and is making a $6 million investment in infrastructure development in the community, with construction underway in several North Chili neighborhoods.

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Setting an example in sustainable energy, one public corporation at a time (access required)

"This project demonstrates how public entities can help lead the way," Monroe County Executive Adam Bello said. "The future generations are looking at the actions we're taking now."

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Monroe County Water Authority’s solar array goes online (access required)

The MCWA partnered with Sol Systems, a renewable energy company based in Washington, D.C., and the New York Power Authority on the project. Energy from the array is fed into the Rochester Gas & Electric grid, and the MCWA then receives a credit on its bill.

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Engineers give New York’s infrastructure condition a ‘C’ (access required)

New York civil engineers say the state's infrastructure is in mediocre condition and gave it an overall grade of C, with roads, transit and wastewater most deficient among 11 categories assessed by the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE).

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County issues RFP for use of ARPA funding (access required)

Monroe County has issued a request for proposals from community organizations that will use American Rescue Plan Act (ARPA) funding to bring about positive change in high-priority areas.

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