Several federal and local officials are trying to steer the Environmental Protection Agency away from expanding a definition of navigable waters. The agency, backed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, has proposed a rule change that would subject almost ...Read More »
A new Family Court judge may be added to Monroe County, but not until Jan. 1, 2016, according to a report from the New York Law Journal. Acting on a New York State Bar Association report identifying an inadequate number ...Read More »
A key aspect of a new village court in Brockport will be determined Tuesday after voters select a pair of part-time justices to serve on the bench beginning Jan. 1. After the election, the real work will begin, from settling ...Read More »
With a paper plate of hamburger and pasta salad in each hand, Robert L. Brenna Jr. entered the State Street Bar and Grill restaurant, looking for the folks at the table who placed the order. One problem. “Do you ...Read More »
More details are emerging on the city’s return to a community policing strategy, although questions about costs and effectiveness linger.Read More »
Although the number of so-called “zombie properties” in Brighton is not high, proposed legislation combatting the problem would still prove helpful and aid in maintaining the quality of life in neighborhoods, said Brighton Supervisor Bill Moehle. That is one of ...
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Owners of several of the town of Pittsford’s problem properties have taken steps to spruce up their properties after officials contacted them recently about maintenance issues concerning their properties and their effect on neighbors. But that’s partly because the town ...
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Batavia varsity softball players are expected to be playing on a new, upgraded field by next season, although if it was the result of a Title IX lawsuit filed in federal court a year ago or was a plan in ...Read More »