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Taxpayer advocate warns about scams

State taxpayer rights advocate Margaret Neri is cautioning New Yorkers to beware of scam artists seeking personal information to “confirm” taxpayers are eligible for a tax rebate. “Tax scammers will take advantage of any opportunity to solicit information — including ...

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Banquets for Servants of Justice

It Could Happen To You, a growing grassroots national and statewide justice reform coalition, will honor four Servants of Justice at two separate banquets in October, according to a release. Winners are state Sen. John DeFranciso, R-Syracuse, who chairs the ...

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WNY professionals invited to expo

Biel’s Document Management will host its free annual Users Expo from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday at the Paul Maguire Club in Ralph Wilson Stadium, 1 Bills Drive, Orchard Park. Biel’s President Dennis Kempner will kick off the day ...

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Buffalo CPA being honored

Jerry Mazurkiewicz, a certified public accountant in Buffalo, has been selected as the 2014 recipient of the Michael H. Urbach, CPA Community Builders Award for his volunteerism work with the Community Foundation for Greater Buffalo. During his six years on ...

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Federal funds will aid new city grocery

Action for a Better Community Inc., a private Rochester nonprofit community development corporation, will receive $748,436 in federal funding to make a planned 20,000 square foot grocery store in Rochester’s College Town a reality. Earlier this month, U.S. Sen. Charles ...

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Bars, senior attorneys share purpose

The Senior Attorney Committee at the Monroe County Bar Association meets about 10 times per year with featured speakers presenting topics of interest to both the legal community and the community at large.  For September, the committee invited the presidents ...

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New ramp opens to I-390

A $14.8 million highway project has been completed to improve mobility and safety along I-290 in the town of Brighton and city of Rochester. The project, the second of four phases totaling $70 million, got underway in June 2013, according ...

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Federal funds for airport rehab

More than $2.5 million in federal funding will be used to replace and rehabilitate the taxiway at the Finger Lakes Regional Airport in Seneca Falls. Specifically, the money will replace 4,500 feet of taxiway and will also be used to replace ...

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Council president honored

Rochester City Council President Loretta C. Scott on Saturday was presented with a community service award from Haggai Chapter 41 Holy Royal Arch Masons (Prince Hall Affiliation). The event, a celebration of those who have devoted their lives to helping ...

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Save your photos

The Save Your Photos Alliance is hosting its first “Save Your Photos Day” this Saturday. The event offers free scanning and preservation tips to help worldwide communities protect pictures before disaster strikes. Every year, according to a release from Kodak ...

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Karpus announces ‘Top Gun’ status

Karpus Investment Management has achieved Top Gun status within Informa Investment Solutions’ PSN Manager Ranking database. According to a release, PSN is the longest-running investment manager database in North America. A key industry resource enabling performance comparisons, PSN has named ...

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Realty companies OK merger

RealtyUSA.com announced that it has entered into an agreement to merge Metro Zientek, Arcade New York, with RealtyUSA’s statewide operations. Metro Zientek will continue to serve their local marketplace as they have for 20 years using the name RealtyUSA.com. Metro Zientek owner Tony Zientek said, “This ...

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