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City seeks food service proposals

The Department of Recreation and Youth Services is seeking proposals from individuals or organizations interested in operating an outdoor concession/mobile food cart service at Durand Eastman Beach, 1250 Lakeshore Blvd., from June 27 through Sept. 6.

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City fleet recognized

Government Fleet magazine has awarded Rochester’s fleet of 1,400 vehicles the No. 18 ranking on its annual list of Top 100 Vehicle Fleets in America. “Anybody who has ever taken their vehicle to a mechanic can appreciate ...

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City plans anti-violence march and party

The City of Rochester Department of Recreation and Youth Services and The Charles Settlement House’s Youth Development Program will host an anti-violence march and block party on Saturday.

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New seafood restaurant opens

R. Carlos Carballada, City Neighborhood and Business Development commissioner, joined Jacqueline Rae Hayton this week to celebrate the addition of Unlimited Seafood, a new restaurant in the city’s northwest neighborhood.

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City adding more red light cameras

Three more intersections were to be added Friday to Rochester’s Red Light Photographic Enforcement Program. Cameras at West Avenue and Ames Street, West Main Street and Brown/Genesee streets and 691 St. Paul Street at the pedestrian crossing were to come on at 6 a.m.

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City hosting ‘Spring Fling’ Saturday

The Jordan Health Center and the David F. Gantt Community Center will celebrate the arrival of spring weather by hosting a family “Spring Fling” for residents of the city's northeast neighborhoods.

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Rain-interrupted Rochester Lilac Festival resumes

Rochester's annual Lilac Festival has resumed after being canceled by rain for three consecutive days. The festival is on Wednesday, a day after rain and 40-degree temperatures forced the cancellation of the Flower City's signature event ...

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Adult tennis program starting up

Get into the swing of things with the city’s adult tennis program at Cobbs Hill and Genesee Valley parks. Options include beginner/intermediate lessons, and an adult social league. Lesson sessions consist of eight, 90-minute programs for $96 beginning June 1.

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City gets homeless funding from HUD

The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development announced that it has awarded members of the Rochester-Monroe County Homeless Continuum of Care more than $3 million dollars to help the homeless obtain permanent housing in the Rochester area.

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City’s Equipment Services fleet certified

The city’s Department of Environmental Services Equipment Services Division has completed the Sentinel World-Class Fleet Certification program with a record score of 97 percent. Rochester’s vehicle fleet, under the leadership ...

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City offices closed Friday

City Hall, Neighborhood Service Centers and other administrative offices will be closed Friday in observance of Good Friday. City branch libraries will be open Friday, but closed on Easter Sunday.

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