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Rail revival

Rail travel has a proud place in Rochester's history. With construction of the new station, it could earn an important place in the city's future as well.

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A matter of principal

What's lacking is the necessary focus and political will to deal with the mortgage debt overhang.

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Storm damage

DiNapoli's words of warning about the state's fiscal situation should be heeded in Albany.

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Winning streak

With work progressing at Midtown and Winn's long-term commitment to the Sibley Building, there's reason for optimism.

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Storm warning

With severe weather events becoming more frequent, New York cannot afford a "labyrinth" of regulators and utilities incapable of rapid and effective response.

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Bridge the divide

Post-election, what most Americans truly want seems strikingly obvious: a willingness by both Republicans and Democrats to compromise.

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What voters must decide

Barring unexpected events, the recovery will continue. The question now is who would do more to build the strongest economy for the future.

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Urban edge

Colleges and universities can help drive economic growth in urban areas.

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Too little climate change

The Tax Foundation index is a rather crude measure. But by any yardstick, New York has an uncompetitive tax climate.

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The future imagined

What's needed is a new generation of growth-oriented companies and community leaders who believe our combined assets are more than sufficient to build a prosperous future.

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Wise to warn

An early warning system to identify municipalities and school districts under budgetary strain is a prudent step.

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Already a winner

When the Finger Lakes Regional Economic Development Council was awarded $68.8 million in state funding last December, the news was greeted in some quarters with disappointment. That’s because this region was not among the big four winners statewide.   The ...

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The jobs issue

Normally, a drop in the nation's unemployment rate would be reason to cheer. But August's decline to 8.1 percent from 8.3 percent the month before prompted more hand-wringing than clapping.

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Recovery ratio

It seems unlikely we're headed for another economic slump--unless political forces trigger it.

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