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Feds OK $15M for Rochester train station

A contract for design and construction of a new Rochester train station is expected to be awarded in the fall, now that the federal government has committed $15 million toward the project. The new award was announced Thursday by U.S. ...

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Groups seek payments for healthcare providers

HANYS Solutions, a subsidiary of the Healthcare Association of New York State, is working again with the Managed Care Advisory Group to help New York State hospitals maximize the amount of funding recovered under settlements of class action lawsuits involving ...

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Midtown, U of R projects get state funding

Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s recent bus tour highlighting the Midtown development project, Eastman Business Park and University of Rochester may have paid off, to the tune of $96.2 million. The Finger Lakes Regional Economic Development Council was awarded the most funding ...

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Slaughter secures $15M for Intermodal Station

Rep. Louise Slaughter of Fairport announced Tuesday that she has secured $15 million in federal TIGER grant to build a new intermodal train and bus station in downtown Rochester. Slaughter, chairwoman and founder of the Upstate Congressional Caucus and a ...

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Schumer announces $500k for health network

U.S. Sen. Charles E. Schumer has announced a $498,500 grant for the Rochester Primary Care Network. The funding will aid local dental health centers in Mount Morris and Lyons. “This is just what the doctor, or in this case, the ...

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Appropriations approves $402M for LSC

The U.S. Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Commerce, Justice, Science and Related Agencies on Tuesday approved funding legislation that provides $402 million for the Legal Services Corporation, a $54 million increase from current levels. Most of the funding would provide grants ...

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Judiciary budget remains intact

The state judiciary’s proposed austere spending plan made it through the budget process intact. The Legislature, which received the $2.3 billion proposal Dec. 1, included the funding in the overall executive budget passed Friday. “Certainly the chief judge and chief ...

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