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Monroe County seeks input for update to comprehensive plan (access required)

The future of Monroe County will be the focus of a series of virtual and in-person sessions as leaders create the first update to the county’s comprehensive plan in 40 years. The first Plan Forward community workshop will be from ...

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Premier Packaging expanding to new facility, adding jobs (access required)

Premier Packaging Corp. is getting ready to move into its new facility in Henrietta, which will more than double its production capacity, allowing the firm to expand its capabilities and workforce under one roof. Bruce Stratton, Premier’s vice president of ...

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Initiative will provide laptops to neighborhood associations (access required)

The Rochester Area Community Foundation and The Shore Foundation have launched a new initiative to provide increased access to technology for community associations and neighborhood business associations in the city of Rochester. The effort, spearheaded by state Sen. Jeremy Cooney ...

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Construction outlook: infrastructure, healthcare up; retail, office down (access required)

Contractors across the state and the country expect to see an increase in infrastructure, power, multifamily, non-hospital health care and warehouse projects in 2022, while significant declines are expected in the retail and private office sectors. Of the 31 New ...

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Ramachandran’s latest venture is a return to his business roots (access required)

At first glance, Jai Ramachandran’s decision to leave his position as CEO at Brighton Securities to launch his own fiber internet service could be considered a bit out of left field. Where’s the correlation? How does guiding one of Rochester’s ...

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Norm Jones to retire after more than 40 years with city of Rochester (access required)

Norm Jones, who worked his way up from the lowest-paid title position to head of the department with the largest budget, will be ending his 40-plus year career with the city of Rochester. Jones, commissioner of the Department of Environmental ...

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RIT alum sponsors scholarships, tech support for electrical grid research (access required)

A Rochester Institute of Technology alumnus is providing scholarships to two students — as well as the advanced tools to conduct research projects — in hopes of driving more interest in utility and electrical engineering.   Michael Oshetski, CEO and ...

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Leonard’s Express leases all-electric refrigerated trailers (access required)

Farmington-based Leonard’s Express has entered an agreement with eNow Inc. to lease two eNow electric Transport Refrigeration Units (TRU). One eNow Rayfrigeration trailer is all-electric and features a Carrier Vector 8100 reefer unit. The second, also electric powered but with ...

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Construction trades continue efforts to replenish the workforce (access required)

When an infrastructure bill finally is passed by Congress and money is doled out for upgrades to roadways, bridges and various other projects across the country, the question then becomes: will there be enough workers to fill needed construction positions?

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