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Technology show for contractors planned

Contractors, engineers and surveyors from across New York will have the opportunity to test drive the latest in advanced positioning technologies during Topcon’s Technology Roadshow, scheduled for 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. July 15 and 16, at Fisher’s Ridge, 7385 ...

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Legislation would beef up background checks

Assembly Majority Leader Joseph D. Morelle, D-Irondequoit, is introducing legislation that would strengthen background check requirements for potential contractors through the Medicaid waiver program. At present, before the county Department of Social Services selects a contractor to administer a service ...

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Associated contractors elect officers

Vincent Iannelli, secretary of Iannelli Construction Corp., Brooklyn, is the chairman of the Associated General Contractors of New York State, which elected 2014 directors at its January board of directors meeting. Other officers include: Vice Chairman Gary Hill, Union Concrete ...

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Fourth Department — Contractors: Hahn v. Tops Markets LLC, et al.

Appellate Division, Fourth Department Contractors Subcontractors — Liability for Injuries Hahn v. Tops Markets LLC, et al. CA 11-02213 Appealed from Supreme Court, Erie County Background: The plaintiff commenced an action seeking damages for injuries sustained while shopping at a ...

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Congress nears OK of bill for vets, contractors

WASHINGTON — Congressional Democrats and Republicans rallied on a rare patch of common ground Wednesday, moving toward passage of legislation helping unemployed veterans and government contractors. The GOP-run House was expected to give the measure near unanimous approval, less than ...

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Pike acquires Buckley Group

Construction management and general contracting firm, The Pike Co., announced it has acquired the construction firm, The Buckley Group. The Buckley Group brings $20 million in western New York construction projects to Pike. Pike will retain Buckley’s eight full-time employees. ...

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Dems seek contractor registration

Monroe County Democrats introduced a proposal on Thursday to create a new home improvement contractors registration system. The idea behind the proposal is to protect the public and local contractors from out-of-state contractors that may take advantage of vulnerable property owners.

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DiNapoli says state paid $1.4 million for lateness

ALBANY — New York Comptroller Thomas DiNapoli says the state paid nearly $1.4 million in interest for late payments to vendors during the 2010 fiscal year. According to the comptroller, that is nearly double the state cost for late bill payments the year before.

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