Legislation that would create a committee to study ways to control costs through shared services or consolidation and ensure Monroe County is complying with a state property tax freeze will be studied. Most likely an already established organization of government ...Read More »
Food trucks will be part of an upcoming city-sponsored event designed to showcase downtown eating. But while such interest in food trucks is appreciated, many vendors are still awaiting changes in city legislation that will make business better for their ...Read More »
To the surprise of virtually no one, Republican gubernatorial candidate Rick Astorino took aim at the controversy swirling around opponent Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s alleged interference with an anti-corruption commission he established a year ago and disbanded earlier this year. Astorino, ...
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The ballot positions have been established in the three-way primary race for a new Rochester City Court judge seat. The positions were drawn Tuesday for the primary election scheduled for Sept. 9. William T. Gargan, who received the backing of ...Read More »
For 50 years, Bertha Smith Isreal has seen her West Main Street neighborhood deteriorate. As someone who has lived in the same home for so long, she said she has some ideas on how to improve where she lives. One ...Read More »
Storm surges — including debris and silt pushed in as a result of Hurricane Sandy in 2012 — have created a traffic jam of sorts in the channel connecting Lake Ontario and Irondequoit Bay, with serious consequences for boaters should ...Read More »
Unless an unforeseen cause for material revision emerges, the Pittsford Town Board soon will be acting on beefed-up legislation that will help the town deal with derelict properties. A public hearing is scheduled for Tuesday, and board members could vote ...Read More »