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New Lyell Avenue bridge over Route 390 is finished (access required)

Construction has been completed on the Lyell Avenue bridge across Route 390 in Gates, a milestone for the 390/490 interchange enhancement project. The $11 million bridge replacement was part of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s Drivers First Initiative, which tries to minimize ...

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Power Authority moves forward on electric vehicle expansion across New York (access required)

The New York Power Authority has issued a request for information (RFI) to identify potential public and private partnerships to address key barriers to electric vehicle (EV) expansion statewide. The RFI also will help maximize the impact of NYPA’s recently ...

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Mostly status quo for now for Pegula Sports at Blue Cross Arena (access required)

The new management company at Blue Cross Arena at the War Memorial has no plans to make dramatic changes to building operations, at least not initially. The unions for the ushers, security staff and rink crew have been officially retained ...

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Pittsford company brings LED lighting and savings to state fairgrounds (access required)

The autos were rolling in, so the lumalon people had to pack up and move aside temporarily. Lumalon, a Pittsford company specializing in light-emitting diode, or LED, illumination, is executing an $866,000 contract to install LED lighting at six buildings ...

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Meeting energy needs is key to economic development says State of the Region panel (access required)

Get a grip on energy supply and transmission and you can put out a much better welcome mat for business development. That was the primary message speakers drove home at the State of the Region breakfast June 19 sponsored by ...

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City selects Home Leasing, 138 Monroe Ave projects for old Inner Loop plots (access required)

An LGBTQ-friendly apartment complex and adjoining pharmacy and a 101-unit apartment building that will also feature retail space are one step closer to becoming the next parts of the Inner Loop East Transformation Project. Rochester Mayor Lovely A. Warren announced that ...

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MRB Group grows through acquisition of Chatfield Engineers (access required)

MRB Group, a Rochester-based engineering, architecture and surveying firm, has acquired Chatfield Engineers. The move expands MRB’s municipal services team and is designed to enhance services to clients of both firms. “In order to serve the increasing need clients, we also ...

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Affordable housing group opposes prevailing wages bill before state Senate (access required)

The New York State Association For Affordable Housing (NYSAFAH) is urging the state Senate to vote against an Assembly-passed bill that would require prevailing wages be paid on any project that receives public funding. The bill, sponsored by Harry Bronson ...

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State issues RFP for old Butler Correctional Facility (access required)

Empire State Development is hoping to transform the former Butler Correctional Facility in Wayne County into an entity that will promote economic growth in the region. The ESD issued a request for proposals (RFP) for the purchase and redevelopment of the ...

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