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Environmental investments by state of NY in Monroe County projects

The Environmental Investment Program is administered by Empire State Development’s (ESD) Environmental Management Investment Group (EMIG), which invests appropriations from the New York State Environmental Protection Fund (EPF) as part of the state’s commitment to improving environmental quality. Project funding ...

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Harris Beach launches new health care consulting group

Harris Beach has expanded its business in the health care industry. The firm has launched a new affiliate business aimed at assisting health care organizations improve operating efficiencies and profitability. Based in New York City, HB HealthSolutions will provide consulting ...

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Chapter 12 legislation changes

On May 11, 2001, the President signed H.R. 256 (Public Law 107-8, 115 Stat,10), as an act extending Chapter 12 of title 11 of the United States code for an additional 11 months from its previous expiration date of July ...

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Dwyer to become 106th Monroe County Bar Association president

Michael C. Dwyer, partner at Underberg & Kessler LLP, will be installed as the 106th president of the Monroe County Bar Association at a dinner program on June 13 at the Rochester Riverside Convention Center. Dwyer served as treasurer of ...

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Sex equality is topic of new publications (12910)

Three sex equality publications by leading feminist scholar Catharine A. MacKinnon are available through Foundation Press, a division of West Group. Sex Equality, and its companion volumes, Sex Equality: Rape Law and Sex Equality: Family Law are progressive legal casebooks ...

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Realtors Community Foundation established (12909)

The newly created Realtors Community Foundation has made its first grant to Hillside Children’s Center. The inaugural grant will help provide runaway and homeless youth with secure, safe shelter. This grant fulfills both the Foundation’s mission of “addressing shelter and ...

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Seventh Judicial District names James Hendricks employee of month (12908)

The Seventh Judicial District selected James Hendricks, Esq. as Employee of the Month for May 2001. “This recognition is extended to Hendricks for his dedication, professionalism, and exemplary work performance in his position of Principal Law Clerk to a Judge ...

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Sex equality is topic of new publications

Three sex equality publications by leading feminist scholar Catharine A. MacKinnon are available through Foundation Press, a division of West Group. Sex Equality, and its companion volumes, Sex Equality: Rape Law and Sex Equality: Family Law are progressive legal casebooks ...

Read More »

Realtors Community Foundation established

The newly created Realtors Community Foundation has made its first grant to Hillside Children’s Center. The inaugural grant will help provide runaway and homeless youth with secure, safe shelter. This grant fulfills both the Foundation’s mission of “addressing shelter and ...

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Seventh Judicial District names James Hendricks employee of month

The Seventh Judicial District selected James Hendricks, Esq. as Employee of the Month for May 2001. “This recognition is extended to Hendricks for his dedication, professionalism, and exemplary work performance in his position of Principal Law Clerk to a Judge ...

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Brighton Town Judge Karen Morris honored by Chamber of Commerce (12907)

Karen Morris, Brighton Town Justice, received the Community Service/Individual Award from the Brighton Chamber of Commerce at its annual awards luncheon held on May 9th at Mario’s Via Abruzzi. Other honorees included The Brighton Volunteer Ambulance which received the Community ...

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Gap in state law is focus of multi-million dollar suit against New York Attorney General Spitzer (12906)

Attorney General Eliot Spitzer is being sued for negligence, practicing medicine without a license, inflicting emotional distress and violating the Constitutional rights of a Syracuse woman with mental retardation. Plaintiffs are seeking $15 million in damages plus $6 million in ...

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