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City offices to close for holiday

City Hall, Neighborhood Service Centers and other administrative offices will be closed on Thursday and Friday in observance of the New Year’s holiday. Other city services will be affected by the holiday schedule. • Refuse and recycling collection will be ...

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Gender identity exhibit set

“Transitions: Gender Identity and Gender Expression,” an exhibit on loan from the Stonewall Museum and Archive and sponsored by City Councilmember Matt Haag and Bill Schaefer is on display through July 31 in the Church Street lobby of City Hall. ...

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Artwork to be exhibited at City Hall

An exhibit of works by the Artists’ Breakfast Group is on display through June 23, in the Link Gallery at City Hall, 30 Church St. The art group meets weekly at 9 a.m. at the Bausch & Lomb Wintergarden Café ...

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Two appointed to positions at City Hall

Constance Mitchell-Jefferson has joined the city as its minority/women business enterprise officer and Sandra Simon has been appointed as the city’s affirmative action officer. Mitchell-Jefferson will be responsible for developing, implementing and monitoring the city’s minority and women business enterprise ...

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City fire chief named

A new fire chief is among the latest in a series of personnel moves at City Hall, as the administration of Mayor-elect Lovely A. Warren takes shape. Deputy Fire Chief John P. Schreiber, who began his career with the department ...

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Greece finance director named

A Rochester official is leaving City Hall for Greece Town Hall. Paul M. Holahan will serve as finance director for the town after his appointment becomes effective Jan. 1, 2014, according to Supervisor-elect Bill Reilich. Holahan most recently served as ...

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Photo projects exhibited at City Hall

Selections of photography projects of the Asian Pacific Islanders American Association of Greater Rochester will be on display in the City Hall Link Gallery, 30 Church St., through Jan. 27, 2014. The “See Us Now … Greater Rochester’s Asian-American Community” ...

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City offices closed for Good Friday

Rochester City Hall, neighborhood service centers and other administrative offices will be closed on Friday in observance of Good Friday. City branch libraries will be open Friday but closed on Easter Sunday. City recreation centers will be closed Friday and ...

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Two sides clash over NY SAFE Act

In this March 2013 file photo, both sides of the gun control debate are represented at a rally in support of the NY SAFE Act at Rochester City Hall. The law’s name is a bit vague for an assault weapon ban, but the point is the acronym spells “SAFE.” In Albany, political spin applies rosy, vague names to laws, tosses around euphemisms like “gaming” for gambling and calls almost any action a “reform.”

Sheriee Jones said gun violence has claimed the lives of some of her friends. Instead of sitting on the sidelines, she attended a rally Wednesday at City Hall in support of New York’s stricter gun laws, carrying a sign reading ...

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City offices closed Monday

City Hall, Neighborhood Service centers, Rochester public libraries and other administrative offices will be closed on Monday in observance of Presidents Day. Non-school site community and recreation centers will be open from 9 a.m. until 6 p.m. All school based ...

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New photo exhibit at City Hall

The Homeless Services Network is hosting “Exposed: Rochester’s Hidden Victims of Homelessness PhotoVoice Exhibit” until Dec. 3 in the Link Gallery at City Hall, 30 Church St. A reception will take place at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday that will include comments ...

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Green roof installed on City Hall

The installation of the new green roof on the City Hall B Building is complete. “I want to commend the Department of Environmental Services for its forward thinking and finding the resources to help us advance the cause of green ...

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