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Bello says upgrade to aging county parks is overdue (access required)

Monroe County Executive Adam Bello will ask the County Legislature to approve $7.2 million in renovation and upgrades to facilities, amenities and roadways within a majority of the county’s 22 parks. Go Outside Monroe — Parks Revitalization Initiative is part of Bello’s ...

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Universal day care, broadband for all must become priorities, Morelle says (access required)

Universal day care and an expansion of broadband availability are priorities that Congress must address, according to Rep. Joe Morelle (D-Irondequoit). In order to revive a sagging workforce, improvements in the availability and affordability of child care are necessary. “With ...

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Genesee County approves tax incentives but faces lawsuit over STAMP (access required)

Just one day after the Genesee County Economic Development Center (GCEDC) Board of Directors approved incentives for a $345 million solar project in the town of Byron and construction of a Plug Power Inc. facility at the Science Technology and Advanced ...

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Local transport companies, tech business collaborate on emission-reducing system (access required)

Ontario County’s Leonard’s Express has adopted a new green technology for its diesel trucks. The SPI Exhaust Reaction System, or SPIER, was developed by Rochester native and retired General Motors Corp. engineering executive Jack Schickler. Schickler partnered with Leonard’s express and ...

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$475 million Rochester school modernization package awaits Cuomo signature (access required)

Passage of the $475 million Rochester School Modernization Program will provide thousands of critical infrastructure construction jobs, but more importantly, the students in the city school district will have more of the necessary tools to thrive. “This is about educational ...

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Monroe County Water Authority wins J.D. Power award again (access required)

The Monroe County Water Authority has received the J.D. Power Award for ranking highest in customer satisfaction. The award is for providing the top service among midsize water utilities in the northeast. The MCWA has won in back-to-back years, and ...

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CPL gears up for growth, expansion into new markets (access required)

As CPL looks to the future, CEO Todd Liebert has mapped out an ambitious five-year plan for growth that includes moving into new geographic regions and reducing the firm’s reliance on work within New York. The architecture, engineering and planning ...

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New fire, rescue boat to be deployed this summer (access required)

The city of Rochester Fire Department has acquired a new fire and rescue boat, Marine 1, to be deployed by Engine 19, the Lake Avenue Fire Station. Marine 1 will provide substantially improved fire, rescue and medical water-based response capabilities ...

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TSA extends face mask requirement (access required)

The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) has extended the face mask mandate for domestic travel by air, bus or rail on domestic public transportation systems through Sept. 13. The face mask requirement, which went into effect Feb. 1, was to expire ...

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REV LNG a leader in production, distribution of natural gas (access required)

REV LNG LLC is growing its renewable energy business locally, while building out its portfolio across the country. The company specializes in renewable energy project development and mobile energy services. Since 2012, it has provided liquid natural gas and compressed natural gas solutions to a ...

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American Airlines to extend Saturday nonstop service to Miami (access required)

American Airlines will extend its seasonal once-a-week nonstop flight from Rochester to Miami through the summer and then again over the winter months. The Saturday flights — aboard a 76-seat Embraer 175 — will be available from June 5-Aug. 14 and then ...

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