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Visit Rochester recognized in state Tourism Excellence Awards (access required)

Members of Visit Rochester have been honored by the New York State (NYSTIA) in the NYS Tourism Excellence Awards. Don Jeffries, president and CEO of Visit Rochester, was recognized for Excellence in Leadership: Career/Lifetime Achievement. Jeffries has been overseeing Visit ...

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Clinic at Roberts Wesleyan University funded to expand services for autism spectrum disorders  (access required)

Westside Psychological Services at Roberts Wesleyan University has been awarded a $50,000 grant from the Butterfield Foundation, that will boost its capabilities to evaluate and diagnose autism spectrum disorders.   The funds will enable the clinic to become more self-sustaining by ...

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City seeks input on spending as budget process begins (access required)

Rochester Mayor Malik Evans and the city’s Office of Management & Budget are seeking input from the public in order to effectively prepare the budget for the upcoming fiscal year 2023-24. There will be three ways to provide thoughts: through ...

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Rochester apartment complex sells for just under $15.6 million (access required)

Rochester Commons at Cambridge Court, on Dodge Street, recently sold for $15,576,000

Rochester Commons at Cambridge Court on Dodge Street, just off Lyell Avenue near Mt. Read Boulevard, is now owned by Rochester CMNS LLC. Basya Weiss of the Rockland County hamlet of Monsey is listed as the sole member and manager, according to paperwork filed on Friday with the Monroe County Clerk's office.

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Commercial Real Estate & Lending: Outlook for 2023 (access required)

To say 2022 has been eventful would be an understatement, and we haven’t even mentioned the ongoing war in Ukraine, its effect on the economy and oil/energy markets, the indications of potential further rate hikes by the Fed or how the upcoming mid-term elections may affect the overall economy.

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